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« on: March 23, 2017, 16:13 »
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Hi Mates

Anyone trying Adobe stock ? I see no rating in Microstock poll
I closed my fololia account some time ago.

Should i start uploading to Adobe stock or is the fotolia site still a good option ?


« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2017, 16:35 »
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I like Adobe's uploading better, and Fotolia's stats are better. So, I guess both?

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« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2017, 16:40 »
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I thought adobe stock is Fotolia? Aren't all my files from fotolia on adobe stock too? Maybe I am wrong...
I'm only uploading to SS these days so I may be out of the loop.

« Reply #3 on: March 23, 2017, 17:07 »
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I started selling footage on Adobe Stock recently and have had a few nice sales. Their review time is super quick and the share of profits seems decent so far (can vary depending on whether the sale is through Adobe CC or Fotolia).

I don't think you can create a new Fotolia account anymore - uploads all go via an Adobe CC account now.

« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2017, 17:26 »
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Hi Mates

Anyone trying Adobe stock ? I see no rating in Microstock poll
I closed my fololia account some time ago.

Should i start uploading to Adobe stock or is the fotolia site still a good option ?


If you have a Fotolia account (in your case, if you ask them to re-open yours) you can upload to either site and the content will appear on both:

http://www.microstockgroup.com/fotolia-com/adobe-stock-contributor-site-now-live!/msg464778/#msg464778

I believe they have shut down adding contributors via Fotolia and that can only be done via the Adobe site.

I'm seeing good sales through Adobe Stock/Fotolia (restarted contributing there in December). I'd definitely say it's worth it - second only to SS at the moment (for me)

« Reply #5 on: March 24, 2017, 11:39 »
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thank you so much for you support and wealth of insights.
Will give adobe stock a try.

Thanks again

« Reply #6 on: March 24, 2017, 12:27 »
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Yes do, they are on the up and are now treating contributors better than in the FL days. It is just a shame they haven't reinstated accounts of people who were unfairly banned under the old regime.

« Reply #7 on: March 25, 2017, 04:49 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..

« Reply #8 on: March 25, 2017, 05:15 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..
If you're getting 300 euro a month from 400 images on 123rf, you're doing better than over 99% of us.

« Reply #9 on: March 25, 2017, 05:25 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..
If you're getting 300 euro a month from 400 images on 123rf, you're doing better than over 99% of us.

To be fair, it didnt happen overnight. I joined 123 about one and half year ago and my monthly earnings were growing slowly at first, it took about six months to get 100 dollars monthly, then the growth was faster. Now Im getting between 250-350 USD a month there, in the recent six months. I put only the better part of my portfolio there, the proven good-sellers.

« Reply #10 on: March 25, 2017, 05:37 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..
Wow! That's impressive, I have about that many images but make a fraction of that. Would love to see your port but if I were you I wouldn't share ;)

« Reply #11 on: March 25, 2017, 05:49 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..
Wow! That's impressive, I have about that many images but make a fraction of that. Would love to see your port but if I were you I wouldn't share ;)

My images already get copied a lot. I draw people and animals and I often see crippled versions of my images under Similar images in Shutterstock search results. It is like a plague  :( But sincerely, I am surprised to do so well at 123rf, as people here generally report lower earnings at this agency. I suppose vectors sell better than photos there? I dont have the same success with other agencies though - Dreamstime is doing poorly for me, iStock was never good for me even in the "better days", Depositphotos was poor (but I stopped uploading there ages ago..). It seems certain portfolio may fit customers at certain agency and I was lucky with 123.

« Reply #12 on: March 25, 2017, 06:51 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..
Wow! That's impressive, I have about that many images but make a fraction of that. Would love to see your port but if I were you I wouldn't share ;)

My images already get copied a lot. I draw people and animals and I often see crippled versions of my images under Similar images in Shutterstock search results. It is like a plague  :( But sincerely, I am surprised to do so well at 123rf, as people here generally report lower earnings at this agency. I suppose vectors sell better than photos there? I dont have the same success with other agencies though - Dreamstime is doing poorly for me, iStock was never good for me even in the "better days", Depositphotos was poor (but I stopped uploading there ages ago..). It seems certain portfolio may fit customers at certain agency and I was lucky with 123.

Well, you're obviously smart AND talented. Good luck, I hope you continue to do well.
« Last Edit: March 25, 2017, 07:03 by Zalee »

« Reply #13 on: March 29, 2017, 20:59 »
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Ive had a few sales at Adobe Stock but I do have an extremely small portfolio there. If only they would fix their upload process. So many of my photos just don't go through when I submit them.

« Reply #14 on: April 04, 2017, 13:55 »
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So just to confirm, if I have an account on fotolia already there is no need to open one for Adobe Stock, since they are one in the same?

« Reply #15 on: April 04, 2017, 14:09 »
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So just to confirm, if I have an account on fotolia already there is no need to open one for Adobe Stock, since they are one in the same?

No need to open an account on the other site. The images uploaded to either site are available for sale on both. At some point you may need to open an Adobe account if they stop letting you use the Fotolia one but presumably there will be plenty of warning if that happens.

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« Reply #16 on: April 04, 2017, 14:12 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take. At the moment they are riding high mainly because SS is producing poor results for many but yes they are good.

I can strongly recommend them.


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« Reply #17 on: April 04, 2017, 15:02 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

« Reply #18 on: April 05, 2017, 01:52 »
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They are far from great for me.  They seen to be good for some people and not very good for others.  Never worked out why they don't seem to have an even playing field.

« Reply #19 on: April 05, 2017, 02:36 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yes, your beloved Photodune is surely better

« Reply #20 on: April 05, 2017, 02:47 »
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$.800? or $800.
If latter I am amazed.

« Reply #21 on: April 05, 2017, 03:13 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take. At the moment they are riding high mainly because SS is producing poor results for many but yes they are good.

I can strongly recommend them.

Congrats dude! 8)

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« Reply #22 on: April 05, 2017, 03:36 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yep! thats only Ft. SS and I am really cut down there is still around $.2.5-3000 per month but thats with som 4K files. I have some good sellers you see. Was actually much more but the latest search got me quite badly.

« Reply #23 on: April 05, 2017, 04:33 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yep! thats only Ft. SS and I am really cut down there is still around $.2.5-3000 per month but thats with som 4K files. I have some good sellers you see. Was actually much more but the latest search got me quite badly.
"These 70 pictures represented around 80% of my SS income and sold in hundreds every single day for the past five years and I mean hundreds every day." so you were making $12,000 a month...I wonder why you hate SS so much?

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« Reply #24 on: April 05, 2017, 04:49 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Jeez!  I didnt say the dosh was great I said the agency was great.btw, you have all videos right? no wonder. Yeah you do have some good space stuff there! so in your opinion which is the best agency for videos?
« Last Edit: April 05, 2017, 05:13 by derek »

« Reply #25 on: April 05, 2017, 06:39 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yep! thats only Ft. SS and I am really cut down there is still around $.2.5-3000 per month but thats with som 4K files. I have some good sellers you see. Was actually much more but the latest search got me quite badly.

Boy, I wonder how things were selling in the heyday, if this is how it is today for long time independents.

« Reply #26 on: April 05, 2017, 07:05 »
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Wow, i need to apply more effort on Adobe Stock  :)


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« Reply #27 on: April 05, 2017, 07:12 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yep! thats only Ft. SS and I am really cut down there is still around $.2.5-3000 per month but thats with som 4K files. I have some good sellers you see. Was actually much more but the latest search got me quite badly.

Boy, I wonder how things were selling in the heyday, if this is how it is today for long time independents.

yeah its a pretty bad climate nowadays! but you were there in the heyday were you not. In the film days I mean? anyway over a period of 22 years I have managed to build a port of over 20.000 images and many digitized drum-scaned and they are just earning a fraction of what they used to. Heyday is over its rather a Mayday!

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« Reply #28 on: April 05, 2017, 07:53 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yes, your beloved Photodune is surely better

Speak for yourself, I never said I was a fan of Photodune! I'm on about him earning 80 cents a month and thinking that's great... which I'm assuming is a typo.

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« Reply #29 on: April 05, 2017, 08:04 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yes, your beloved Photodune is surely better

Speak for yourself, I never said I was a fan of Photodune! I'm on about him earning 80 cents a month and thinking that's great... which I'm assuming is a typo.

Sorry mate its a typo youre right! I meant.  0.08c a month! so you see  business is not all that good.

« Reply #30 on: April 05, 2017, 09:49 »
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Ok, now I'm lost.   Are you making $.08 a month from 3000 images on FT?  Or $.08 per image a month on 3000 images?  Or what?

« Reply #31 on: April 05, 2017, 10:03 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yes, your beloved Photodune is surely better

Speak for yourself, I never said I was a fan of Photodune! I'm on about him earning 80 cents a month and thinking that's great... which I'm assuming is a typo.

I had just the impression that you were trolling here and on the Photodune site
I should be wrong, sorry

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« Reply #32 on: April 05, 2017, 10:05 »
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Ok, now I'm lost.   Are you making $.08 a month from 3000 images on FT?  Or $.08 per image a month on 3000 images?  Or what?

its 0.08 cents per year actually. Sorry my mistake.

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« Reply #33 on: April 05, 2017, 10:35 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yes, your beloved Photodune is surely better

Speak for yourself, I never said I was a fan of Photodune! I'm on about him earning 80 cents a month and thinking that's great... which I'm assuming is a typo.

I had just the impression that you were trolling here and on the Photodune site
I should be wrong, sorry

I think Derek is the only one trolling at this point.
« Last Edit: April 05, 2017, 10:44 by SpaceStockFootage »

« Reply #34 on: April 05, 2017, 11:56 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..

300 euro with 400 images at months at 123rf. i have 3000 images mostlytravel and editorial ok , i earn no more than 8 bucks at month...the worst site i contribute by far....fotolia is not even 1/10 of ss 1/6 of stock an even 1/3 of dreamtime.
maybe in 123rf and foltoia they sell mostly people shot. i don't know...a return per year of 10 bucks per image in 123rf?

« Reply #35 on: April 05, 2017, 11:59 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..
If you're getting 300 euro a month from 400 images on 123rf, you're doing better than over 99% of us.

99,99999....
near 10 dollar per image in a year...not even yuri in the golden time...

« Reply #36 on: April 05, 2017, 12:04 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take.

Either that's a typo, or you have a low threshold for what constitutes 'great'!  ;)

Yes, your beloved Photodune is surely better

Speak for yourself, I never said I was a fan of Photodune! I'm on about him earning 80 cents a month and thinking that's great... which I'm assuming is a typo.

I had just the impression that you were trolling here and on the Photodune site
I should be wrong, sorry

I think Derek is the only one trolling at this point.

not the only one , not referred to you who already show facts near words.
what i'm reading every day is just a ...it.



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« Reply #37 on: April 05, 2017, 13:22 »
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They are far from great for me.  They seen to be good for some people and not very good for others.  Never worked out why they don't seem to have an even playing field.

Me too. All I hear is how great they are doing for everyone.
Nothing changed at all when Adobe bought them for me. Same earnings.
Don't get me wrong, I'm happy for people who are seeing growth. Cheers!

« Reply #38 on: April 05, 2017, 14:43 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..

300 euro with 400 images at months at 123rf. i have 3000 images mostlytravel and editorial ok , i earn no more than 8 bucks at month...the worst site i contribute by far....fotolia is not even 1/10 of ss 1/6 of stock an even 1/3 of dreamtime.
maybe in 123rf and foltoia they sell mostly people shot. i don't know...a return per year of 10 bucks per image in 123rf?

I get paid out in dollars at 123rf. Im with six agencies and all pay in dollars except for Adobe/FT - I dont know why Adobe pays me out in Euro, probably because Im in the EU country. I didnt find any option to change it to dollars. And yes, I make around 300 dollars at 123rf with 400 images. In March I had 306 dollars and 410 sales. Im getting many credit sales - the XXL sales which range between 3-5 dollars each. In reverse at Adobe/FT Im getting mostly subscription sales, usually 0,27 euro... And like I said, I put only my good-sellers on both 123 and Adobe stock. I have bigger portfolio at Shutterstock but I didnt want to put my old worse images to the sites which were relatively new to me.

You keep doubting anyone who post their income, is it a hobby of yours? I dont get it :-/

« Reply #39 on: April 05, 2017, 17:21 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..

300 euro with 400 images at months at 123rf. i have 3000 images mostlytravel and editorial ok , i earn no more than 8 bucks at month...the worst site i contribute by far....fotolia is not even 1/10 of ss 1/6 of stock an even 1/3 of dreamtime.
maybe in 123rf and foltoia they sell mostly people shot. i don't know...a return per year of 10 bucks per image in 123rf?

I get paid out in dollars at 123rf. Im with six agencies and all pay in dollars except for Adobe/FT - I dont know why Adobe pays me out in Euro, probably because Im in the EU country. I didnt find any option to change it to dollars. And yes, I make around 300 dollars at 123rf with 400 images. In March I had 306 dollars and 410 sales. Im getting many credit sales - the XXL sales which range between 3-5 dollars each. In reverse at Adobe/FT Im getting mostly subscription sales, usually 0,27 euro... And like I said, I put only my good-sellers on both 123 and Adobe stock. I have bigger portfolio at Shutterstock but I didnt want to put my old worse images to the sites which were relatively new to me.

You keep doubting anyone who post their income, is it a hobby of yours? I dont get it :-/

i found incredible to earn 300 dollar in 123rf. i repeat for me is even worst than crestock

« Reply #40 on: April 05, 2017, 17:35 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..

300 euro with 400 images at months at 123rf. i have 3000 images mostlytravel and editorial ok , i earn no more than 8 bucks at month...the worst site i contribute by far....fotolia is not even 1/10 of ss 1/6 of stock an even 1/3 of dreamtime.
maybe in 123rf and foltoia they sell mostly people shot. i don't know...a return per year of 10 bucks per image in 123rf?

I get paid out in dollars at 123rf. Im with six agencies and all pay in dollars except for Adobe/FT - I dont know why Adobe pays me out in Euro, probably because Im in the EU country. I didnt find any option to change it to dollars. And yes, I make around 300 dollars at 123rf with 400 images. In March I had 306 dollars and 410 sales. Im getting many credit sales - the XXL sales which range between 3-5 dollars each. In reverse at Adobe/FT Im getting mostly subscription sales, usually 0,27 euro... And like I said, I put only my good-sellers on both 123 and Adobe stock. I have bigger portfolio at Shutterstock but I didnt want to put my old worse images to the sites which were relatively new to me.

You keep doubting anyone who post their income, is it a hobby of yours? I dont get it :-/

i found incredible to earn 300 dollar in 123rf. i repeat for me is even worst than crestock

I find $300/month (and more) from 123RF to be perfectly OK. Why do you wonder?

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« Reply #41 on: April 05, 2017, 18:40 »
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I dont know why Adobe pays me out in Euro, probably because Im in the EU country. I didnt find any option to change it to dollars.

They pay me in British pounds even though I live in the US and signed up with their US site.  I asked them to change it and they said that is impossible, which is ridiculous - I used to work as a computer programmer and that would be very easy to change if they had the will.  They just don't care.  I have no idea how that happened unless I accidentally clicked something wrong when signing up - I would certainly never ask to be paid in a foreign currency.  I don't want to pay the conversion fees so that money is sitting in my Paypal account - I guess I will be ready the next time I go to Britain.

« Reply #42 on: April 05, 2017, 23:45 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..

300 euro with 400 images at months at 123rf. i have 3000 images mostlytravel and editorial ok , i earn no more than 8 bucks at month...the worst site i contribute by far....fotolia is not even 1/10 of ss 1/6 of stock an even 1/3 of dreamtime.
maybe in 123rf and foltoia they sell mostly people shot. i don't know...a return per year of 10 bucks per image in 123rf?

I get paid out in dollars at 123rf. Im with six agencies and all pay in dollars except for Adobe/FT - I dont know why Adobe pays me out in Euro, probably because Im in the EU country. I didnt find any option to change it to dollars. And yes, I make around 300 dollars at 123rf with 400 images. In March I had 306 dollars and 410 sales. Im getting many credit sales - the XXL sales which range between 3-5 dollars each. In reverse at Adobe/FT Im getting mostly subscription sales, usually 0,27 euro... And like I said, I put only my good-sellers on both 123 and Adobe stock. I have bigger portfolio at Shutterstock but I didnt want to put my old worse images to the sites which were relatively new to me.

You keep doubting anyone who post their income, is it a hobby of yours? I dont get it :-/

Why should you want to be paid in Dollars?

If you are paid in Dollars 1 credit = 1 $
It you are paid in Euros 1 credit = 1

1 = 1.07 $

 ::)

« Reply #43 on: April 06, 2017, 00:40 »
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I've been getting some good 18 and 23 cents sales on Adobestock. Not long now and I'll have enough for a burger.

« Reply #44 on: April 06, 2017, 01:20 »
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I joined Adobe stock 3 months ago. Now with some 400 images, I earn around 150 euro a month. It is a bit disappointing because I get twice as much at 123rf, with the same amount of images. Looking at the Poll results on the right and comparing numbers for 123 and Fotolia, I was hoping for a better result. But it is better than nothing, I guess..

300 euro with 400 images at months at 123rf. i have 3000 images mostlytravel and editorial ok , i earn no more than 8 bucks at month...the worst site i contribute by far....fotolia is not even 1/10 of ss 1/6 of stock an even 1/3 of dreamtime.
maybe in 123rf and foltoia they sell mostly people shot. i don't know...a return per year of 10 bucks per image in 123rf?

I get paid out in dollars at 123rf. Im with six agencies and all pay in dollars except for Adobe/FT - I dont know why Adobe pays me out in Euro, probably because Im in the EU country. I didnt find any option to change it to dollars. And yes, I make around 300 dollars at 123rf with 400 images. In March I had 306 dollars and 410 sales. Im getting many credit sales - the XXL sales which range between 3-5 dollars each. In reverse at Adobe/FT Im getting mostly subscription sales, usually 0,27 euro... And like I said, I put only my good-sellers on both 123 and Adobe stock. I have bigger portfolio at Shutterstock but I didnt want to put my old worse images to the sites which were relatively new to me.

You keep doubting anyone who post their income, is it a hobby of yours? I dont get it :-/

i found incredible to earn 300 dollar in 123rf. i repeat for me is even worst than crestock
Well you are not necessarily representative I get about 25% on there compared with SS which I suspect is a higher average than most.

« Reply #45 on: April 06, 2017, 12:22 »
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Fotolia with Adobe stock is great! I have some 3000 images with them and I get approx $.800 a month give or take. At the moment they are riding high mainly because SS is producing poor results for many but yes they are good.

I can strongly recommend them.

You're making $800 a month on 3000 images? or 80 cents?

« Reply #46 on: April 06, 2017, 17:15 »
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I don't understand why you people are so mean! It's so easy to make 800 Namibian dollars per month from 3000 images. I top that every month  :'(


« Reply #47 on: April 07, 2017, 12:52 »
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I expected big sales grow up in Fotolia after Adobe bought it but i was wrong.
There is little increase of earnings average but February was my worst month in last 3 years.
Fotolia/Adobe made only 11% of my all time earnings. It takes #4 on my top earners list.
Maybe it is not best place to sell videos.

« Reply #48 on: April 07, 2017, 15:18 »
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I expected big sales grow up in Fotolia after Adobe bought it but i was wrong.
There is little increase of earnings average but February was my worst month in last 3 years.
Fotolia/Adobe made only 11% of my all time earnings. It takes #4 on my top earners list.
Maybe it is not best place to sell videos.
They are solid 2nd place for me but I didn't experience the anticipated upswing with Adobe taking over. I'm still waiting for someone to give SS some serious competition which is sorely needed I think.


 

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