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A few days ago I stumbled upon following page that gives a brief description about selling Alamy prints through Art.com :

 

http://www.alamy.com/customer/help/alamy-photo-prints-art-com.aspx

 

Description states :  "Prices start from $14.99... Photographers will be paid 50% of Alamy's share of the sale. When you make a sale it will show on your account as an Art.com sale." 

 

Doesn't give much info beyond that.  I know $14.99 is the starting price but I'd like to know what size is that for?  And how much for all the other available sizes?  I'd like to know if it's worth a shot.  Does anyone here have any experience selling prints this way?  I sent this same question to Alamy@art.com but I maybe someone here could give me a little info in advance.  Thanks.

 

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From the Alamy link

http://www.alamy.com/customer/help/alamy-photo-prints-art-com.aspx

 

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Any image that's available for a personal use license

Buy a 'personal use' license for your chosen image and then click the 'order print' button on the order confirmation page.

 

If you've placed Personal Use Restrictions on an image then it shouldn't be available for prints.

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Hi Jill,

 

I think fotoDogue is right.  In Image Manager you can select/deselect a box that states:  Don't sell for personal use including single copy, non-retail wall art prints.  I'm assuming that means no sale through Art.com. 

At any rate, depending on prices of various sizes of prints it may be worth it. 

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