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Dear Reader,

Breakfast Stock Club reader Theresa StJohn wrote in to tell me she’s having a blast selling her photos as stock and then finding them in use.

For example, this photo she took of fried clams…

Delicious whole bellied clam roll

Ended up on this stylish blog called

And after she snapped a photo of this Irish soda bread…

Display of Irish Soda bread at bakery

She found the image on a website for this high-end apartment complex:


Another delicious seafood shot, this photo she took of outdoor dining…

Out door restaurant with meal of Seafood Fradiavolo

Ended up illustrating this article on


Congratulations on the stock photo sales, Theresa! Keep it up.

Since I started selling my photos as stock, I’ve found them in deodorant ads, in online travel blogs, on a CD cover, on a book cover, and in National Geographic Poland!

Stock agencies won’t tell you who’s buying your photos… but if the photo buyer uses them online, sometimes you can find them by searching with Google Images.

Here’s a quick video to show you how:

Happy hunting!

— Bonnie

Bonnie Caton
Creator, Breakfast Stock Club

P.S. If you’re not getting a lot of sales, you might need to build your portfolio. Upload more photos and see if it makes a difference. If you haven’t started, yet, get the ball rolling with our monthly Breakfast Stock Club Premium Challenges. June’s Challenge starts today. Get in on it here!

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