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Microbius

« Reply #25 on: December 21, 2012, 06:44 »
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I do increasingly well on CanS. $4-500/ month last few months.
They seem to mirror the growth at FL for me so maybe they have a similar search algorithm?


grafix04

« Reply #26 on: December 21, 2012, 07:07 »
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Those ELs are always a nice surprise.  I do okay there but they have been more quiet than normal in the last few days.  I doubt there's anything suspicious going on. 

Poncke

« Reply #27 on: December 21, 2012, 11:40 »
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I do increasingly well on CanS. $4-500/ month last few months.
They seem to mirror the growth at FL for me so maybe they have a similar search algorithm?
500 DOLLAR a month??

How big is your port? Thats insane, I dont even make that on SS monthly. CanStockPhoto is 8 dollar a month for me. hahahaha

Microbius

« Reply #28 on: December 22, 2012, 04:06 »
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I do increasingly well on CanS. $4-500/ month last few months.
They seem to mirror the growth at FL for me so maybe they have a similar search algorithm?
500 DOLLAR a month??

How big is your port? Thats insane, I dont even make that on SS monthly. CanStockPhoto is 8 dollar a month for me. hahahaha
It's not how big it is but what you do with it (or what's in it )

« Reply #29 on: December 22, 2012, 04:10 »
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I do increasingly well on CanS. $4-500/ month last few months.
They seem to mirror the growth at FL for me so maybe they have a similar search algorithm?
500 DOLLAR a month??

How big is your port? Thats insane, I dont even make that on SS monthly. CanStockPhoto is 8 dollar a month for me. hahahaha
It's not how big it is but what you do with it (or what's in it )
I'm impressed.  I rarely make more than a 100$ with them but I think I missed the boat on a lot of these 'smaller' sites by only uploading to the big 4 for so long.

« Reply #30 on: December 22, 2012, 13:03 »
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On my side, selling mostly (95%) Illustrations on Canstock, they are my second best seller after Shutterstock, which means (for Illustration, and for me) they are doing incredibly well.

I have heard also the same from other Illustrators.

I always wondered how illustrations like in your portfolio can be sold as stock. Do you hold the copyrights to these engravings?

Copyrights expire. If the work is demonstrably old enough and the copyright is expired, you can scan a print and own the copyright to the scan. You'll see old engravings from various contributors at all the agencies

« Reply #31 on: December 24, 2012, 06:02 »
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On my side, selling mostly (95%) Illustrations on Canstock, they are my second best seller after Shutterstock, which means (for Illustration, and for me) they are doing incredibly well.

I have heard also the same from other Illustrators.

I always wondered how illustrations like in your portfolio can be sold as stock. Do you hold the copyrights to these engravings?

Copyrights expire. If the work is demonstrably old enough and the copyright is expired, you can scan a print and own the copyright to the scan. You'll see old engravings from various contributors at all the agencies

But it's such a blurry situation. Who will decide who scanned them first? Being the first uploader to a site makes you the new copyright holder? What if someone else uploaded it to another site before you or what if someone else scanned them years before you and used them somewhere else?


 

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