Net Profit after Tax

Net profit after tax

Net profit is a measure of the profitability of a venture after accounting for all costs.

How much have you earn so far from Dreamstime?

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Han Cheng Tan
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  • Qing02051981
  • Singapore, Singapore
I am a Nikonian based in a small island, Singapore.

Photography became my hobby since digital SLRs came out into the market. With my faithful Nikon D70S and limited equipment, I try to provide the best shots. I mostly enjoy taking abstract, still life, travel and landscape shots.

I hope to sell some prints to fund for my new lenses and other accessories.

So... Please support!

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May 03, 2011

not much enough


May 03, 2011

So far $1.27 - of which I could loose up to 30% if I do not get an ITIN as I am not a US resident.
Cost was zero because I have only just joined DT so have a good stock of images already taken - and therefore as good as paid for - however the sums may go the other way when I need to start taking images specifically to submit.


May 03, 2011

The same for me ... negative profit !
It is my pricey hobby ... this year, I had two lenses broken and more that 400€ for repair and still, the result of the repair is not well done -> asymmetric sharpness and have to fight with the service.
But, having pictures uploaded here is worth all the pains ;) sold or not it is not a matter.


May 03, 2011

Must be a negative profit for me :-)
I do this as a hobby, trying to improve on my skills.
If I make a sale, good - if not, oh well..