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With the help of Copytrack I had found another one of my legally purchased stock photos on a travel website, it’s a whale watching picture from our Caribbean cruise a few weeks ago. It’s used for a handy article about what to do with just 48 hours on the beautiful Caribbean island St. Lucia, please check it out:

48 Hours in St. Lucia

48 Hours in St. Lucia – click the screenshot to get to the article

I am so very proud of my photo to be used for such an article! 🙂

New month, new sales (in the previous month). I have sold one photo of my daughter unwrapping Christmas gifts 🙂

High angle view of cute girl putting toys by Christine aka stine1

High angle view of cute girl putting toys by Christine aka stine1

It’s part of a whole series under the Christmas tree – cute as a button on her first Christmas.

I must admit I had and still have mixed feelings about uploading her (and her brother’s) photos to EyeEm and to Getty Images. And I currently have two copyright battles going on with websites that stole my kid’s photo without permission. I just hope it’s worth the hassle… I do recommend Copytrack in order to find copyright infringers, let me know if you are interested in more info on their free service 🙂

During June 2020 I was able to sell three stock photos on Getty Images through EyeEm:

Paris Latte Art by Christine aka stine1

Paris Latte Art by Christine aka stine1

Horse dozing off by Christine aka stine1

Horse dozing off by Christine aka stine1

Mossy Grass Background by Christine aka stine1

Mossy Grass Background by Christine aka stine1

I have sold one photo again – directly on EyeEm without Getty or any other agency involved. This time I have sold a photo of my daughter unwrapping birthday presents.

Toddler Girl unwrapping Birthday Presents

Toddler Girl unwrapping Birthday Presents

Oopsie, I totally forgot my ONE sale of a stock photo through EyeEm that I had in April 2020.

So, taadaa…. may I present, the white stag:

White Albino Fallow Buck

White Albino Fallow Buck

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