Science Themed Stock Photo Ideas To Shoot

I saw this great post on Photopreneur about Science topics being an untapped Niche in Stock Photography.

There are some excellent suggestions on what to shoot for microstock and traditional stock photography, but I wondered what else might be highly relevant, and would give a good RPI (return-per-image) for the photographs or illustrations created.

I’ve dug into the picNiche database, and come up with a list of science related stock photo ideas which are not saturated, and would sell well on most of the microstock agencies.

I know there are a few topics in here I’ll be asking my wacom tablet about later 🙂 Have a dig through the list, and see if there’s anything you want to shoot for stock.

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  1. Posted October 29, 2010 at 2:17 pm | Permalink

    great info. thanks

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