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I asked a few of our stock photography experts for copies of their best-selling images and am including them below. A few of our Breakfast Stock Club readers also sent in their best-selling images so I’m including them below, too. ** From stock photographer Andrea Gingerich… “This is my best selling image of all time: “I think this photo sells because it has the potential to be used in a number of ways.  It evokes a positive feeling to the person viewing the image because the models are looking directly into the camera and appear to have a connection of friendship.  There is no doubt that photos of people have the potential to be top sellers because they are used often in design.  This photo is no different.” ** From stock photographer Danny Warren… “This is my current best-seller… “I think this photo sells well because it portrays a high demand subject (outdoor recreation) in a recognizable location (Mt. Rainier National Park). The interesting low-angle view and reflection in the water add an element of uniqueness that make this photo stand out from others like it.” ** From Breakfast Stock Club member Phill Danze… “My best seller has earned over $500 in commissions. It was taken a few years ago when starting out. The isolation has issues but it still sells regularly; the concept is clear and traverses many buyer/themes/uses.” ** From Breakfast Stock Club member Caroline Maryan… “This image has sold 18 times on 3 different websites. It’s quirky, but can apply to science or medicine, run amok.” [Editor’s Note: Learn more about how you can turn your pictures into cash in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.  Sign up here today and we’ll send you a new report, Selling Photos for Cash: A Quick-Start Guide, completely FREE.]

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