Autumn Sky Posted March 4, 2019 Share Posted March 4, 2019 Last month I spent 3 weeks in Cuba; not in resorts, but traveling the country. Cuba is still quite a bit about revolution, and some of images I have are of this type: This is archive photo taken in Playa Giron museum, depicting scenes from famous Bay of Pigs battle. Micro-stock rejected it even as editorial, but I expected that; this is more Alamy type of image anyways. So my question is: Is there a market for this kind of photo? In other words, should I bother processing & uploading them (then making exclusive to Alamy), or is it basically waste of time as it would never sell? I have quite a few along the similar line, i.e Che Guevara mausoleum, various images of Castro incl. his tomb in Santiago etc. Second question is about licensing: Photography in all these places was obviously allowed, and I'd tick "Sell for editorial only" but can there still be any licensing issues I could get into trouble should image sell? Thanks for your response in advance Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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