Sale on Fine Art America

I haven’t uploading anything new to Fine Art America recently, but I do get sales from time to time. The latest one this week was for a 24 x 24 inch metal print of some seeds from the Swamp Milkweed plant:

Macro photo of swamp milkweed seed pod

They obviously cropped it a bit to get a square format, but I have always liked this series of images – in fact I have two different versions on the wall of my bathroom! This one sold to make a profit

of $74, which is nice! The official sale announcement page on FineArtAmerica is here.  I also noticed a big sale on Alamy – I’m going to start uploading to Alamy again now that they have changed their upload process (not sure it is simpler, but I will see!). The image was licensed as RF for $175, which means I get $87.50:

Mission La Purisima in California

Not one of my most artistic shots, but it obviously met a buyer’s needs. It just goes to show that you don’t need a bright day to take an image that sells!

 

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3 Responses

  1. AlessandraRC says:

    Congratulations! My last sale on Alamy was a terminate mound on the side of the road leading to my parents home in Brazil. Not my best since I was struggling with bad light and humidity condensing on my lens, so bad that I thought I was going to lose my lens and camera. If the buyer was happy, so am I!

  2. admin says:

    Yes, it is often difficult to foresee what is going to sell, especially on sites like Alamy.
    Steve

  1. April 28, 2017

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