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    So I am dabbing into photography and thinking about taking some action photos the next game I go to and then selling the photos to anyone who might want them for whatever reason. Is there any business in that or nobody would be interested?
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    I've done some sports photography, and it's a great way to get credentials in to some local games.

    I think if your plan is to sell pictures to fans, you'll find that to be very frustrating. The money in sports photography is in selling your images (or getting hired as a stringer) to teams, leagues or actual news agencies. I knew a guy that became a stringer for MiLB by just going to Wilmington Blue Rocks games and finding a contact email on and sending them to the editor until they started buying them from him.

    You could try posting them to, but I can't imagine there's a lot of money in that (mostly because of how easy it is to steal images).

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