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What Do You Do With 67,000 Pictures?

Since I first bought a digital camera (way back in early 2001), I've taken approximately 67,000 photographs.  Granted, about 1/2 of those are in the digital dustbin, but the remainder, even those that you wouldn't necessarily print, are safely stored and backed up for posterity (and to torment kids with when they become adults).

Recently I've become interested in the plethora of on-line stock photography sites that seem to be popping up to meet the huge glut of digital imagery that people are lugging around with them. With these sites, you can *sell* your images, and turn the expense of taking photos into a tidy revenue stream.

I've been researching a few so far, to determine who's got the best bang for the buck. Bit it's been tricky, not all stock photography buying sites are created equally.  Some value exclusivity over quality, some value a *pyramid* type relationship, where the more friends you bring on, the bigger cut of *their* pie you get as well.  Some simply just take the scattergun approach and suggest that you upload everything, and let the chips fall where they may.

The ones that seem to have twigged my fancy:
A few months ago a friend had put me onto, and I spent a few days looking at it without making any commitments..... Now, over the next week or so, I will have to whittle down the choices and step up to the plate.

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