Let me just get this straight. If you snap off 100 photos and like 10 of them, work with them then sell them for $XXXXXXX (whatever), you made your money that you wanted to make on that lot of 100 Photos. You still have 90 other shots that you do not like for one reason or other and don't want to spend any time on. This is all assuming 100 different photos... You see it as a prostitution of your art, hobby (insert other here) to post those 90 on a stock site and MAYBE make .20? We can get technical and say that the hour or so it takes to upload 90 photos is not worth .20, I agree. However, think of someone who is just getting started or is advancing, especially if they have a dslr they are snapping photos of everything in sight. If 1% of them are uploaded and 1% of those uploaded are downloaded that budding photographer just make a few bucks on his work that would normally chew up hard drive space or even be deleted. This leads to confidence in his work, which fosters the art. Than that lot of 100 photos he takes he like 15, then 20 and so on. Soon who cares about the .20 on the stock sites? I don't think stock photography is for those who have made it or are making a living off of their art, however, I see no issue with someone using it in my example.