Panoramic images

Is it difficult to sale panoramic images on DT?

I have some of them on line and any download of them.

Do you think that this market is overcovered?

Please, some help and a critic opinion:

Thank you and happy new year!

Photo credits: Antoni Vicens.

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December 29, 2009


I have landscape shots in a variety of formats and so far I have not found that one format sells better then the other. I think it comes down to the composition and quality of the image if one sells better then the other.

December 29, 2009


I agree with Maen that some panoramas are hard to see without the zoom early on. I think there is a place for them in microstock though :) Carol

December 28, 2009


I like what I see. You take wonderful pictures, which only few people possesses. I hope that you will continue what you are doing. This is a great investment especially for your children. Investing for your children's future – one has to wonder if the little ingrates deserve it. That aside, establishing an investment for your children means considering what investment to make. Stocks or mutual funds can't be in a minor's name, and they are risky. You could look into savings bonds – traditionally, they are the most stable investment to make, and they can be dedicated in the child's name. A bevy of savings bonds, built up over time, can provide for a college education or a little extra cash once they graduate high school.

December 28, 2009


Lovely images, but you might try adding a few more keywords that would possibly be used by travel magazines or travel websites, like, travel, destination, beach (In the one of the bay) view, scenic, etc

December 28, 2009


I think viewing some panoramic photos is difficult with out zoom!
But yes they are microstock oriented as well!
Good luck ;)

December 28, 2009


it depends on what the content is, i have had only 1 sale from the 3 that are online from my portfolio.
Has a Download


Still dont

December 28, 2009


Panoramic photos are very welcome in microstock!

December 28, 2009


they are wonderful and I see a lot of potential for websites and travel brochures .. :) best of luck!

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