200 portfolio images, two sales

Couple days ago I've reached 200 images on my portfolio. However, my sales on reach the amount of two, and stays like that since march 2017.

Not sure what to think, it's a bit embarrassing.

I see photographers reaching 120-150k in sales, is it something wrong with my portfolio, or the way dreamstime expose it (0.04 exposure)?

I'd like to know how other photographers are doing on dreamstime?

Thanks in advance.

Below you can find samples from my portfolio.

Hazelnut in milk splash. Drops on a wooden table

Brocolli

Coffe beans on the table in the morning with heart shape inside

Haloween pumpkin with leafs hazelnuts

Grape of wet cherry tomatoes levitating

Coffe beans on the table in the morning

Plant with red and green leafs

Gasoline lamp hanging of a tree

Photo credits: Nimless.

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October 09, 2018

Nimless

Thank you very much!

October 09, 2018

Vijim6

Congratulations sir,You are progressing in dreamstime.Your all the photos are good.

May 23, 2017

Nimless

Congratulations, great achievement.


Many thanks for the appreciation.

May 23, 2017

Egomezta

Congratulations, great achievement.

May 23, 2017

Seawatch1

I believe you'll find that to be true. some agencies sell some tiypes of photos better than others. Shoot what you like.
Your sales will come. you have a great eye and your work is technically great.

Larry

May 23, 2017

Nimless

Your photos are well lit, colorful,clear and sharp but except for the one with the lantern hanging off the tree, leave no room for text.
Look just below this comment box and you'll see there are over 59 million photos on this site alone. And unless someone needs coffee beans or plant leaves, the chances of a sale are slim no matter how well done.
Study your market. Unless you're doing advertising photography, you need to branch out in your composition.
Your photos are nice, but you have to look directly at your competition. Who do you want to buy your photos? Shoot for them. The rest is good for you and technically fine, but may not sell real fast.


Thank you for your appreciation. That was a small sample of my portfolio.

I agree with the fact that I need to study the market, but somehow, some types of photos are sold better on some agencies that the others. I'm trying to figure out what types of imagery dreamstime promotes.

Some food photos may sell better on some agencies, but with same food portfolio you may have zero sales on other agencies. That's why I'm trying to find out what types of photos are best saled on dreamstime.

Again, thank you for your appreciation.

May 22, 2017

Seawatch1

Your photos are well lit, colorful,clear and sharp but except for the one with the lantern hanging off the tree, leave no room for text.
Look just below this comment box and you'll see there are over 59 million photos on this site alone. And unless someone needs coffee beans or plant leaves, the chances of a sale are slim no matter how well done.
Study your market. Unless you're doing advertising photography, you need to branch out in your composition.
Your photos are nice, but you have to look directly at your competition. Who do you want to buy your photos? Shoot for them. The rest is good for you and technically fine, but may not sell real fast.

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