Stock Photos - pro/con low price/hi price?

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  1. dlifesjrny

    dlifesjrny TPF Noob!

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    I can't quite grasp how the pricing seems to work.
    iStockphoto.com charges $1
    ShutterPoint.com lets the artist choose the price, and the min. is $20.
    What's more...iStock has a tough scrutinizing eye and rejects photos they don't deem worthy, while ShutterPoint allows anything the user sends up.
    Also, Shutterpoint costs $25 a year, iStock is free.
    Please, can someone tell me why I would possibly choose one over the other?
    Can anyone recommend a good stock site to submit my photos to?
     
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    Corbis, GettyImages, Comstock, IPNStock.com, etc.
     
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    corbis looks really good but how do you submit images to them??
     
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