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My best selling categories are Landscapes, followed by Wildlife and then Cityscapes.

Then come Plants, Lifestyle, People. I don't have as much coverage for those.

 

'Cityscapes' is not an official category in AIM but it's one of mine :D I actually wish it was because I never know what existing category to select for those shots.

 

Gen

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13 hours ago, gvallee said:

 

'Cityscapes' is not an official category in AIM but it's one of mine :D I actually wish it was because I never know what existing category to select for those shots.

 

Gen

'Landscape>Architecture?

And... is it 'travel' when it's the end of your street? I suppose it is, for someone.

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My best selling categories are......hum......er.......well........let me think a minute....................NOTHING.:blink:

 

Thats right I'm selling nothing at the moment, Not since early February that is. NOTHING. NADA.:wacko:

 

Makes me feel really fed up and wanting to jack it all in.:angry:

 

Allan

 

 

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4 hours ago, spacecadet said:

'Landscape>Architecture?

And... is it 'travel' when it's the end of your street? I suppose it is, for someone.

 

Yes, it's all relative. I'm not even sure what a "travel" image is.

 

That said, travel images usually overlap with other categories, which I suppose is the main reason that the category does so well.

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10 hours ago, spacecadet said:

'Landscape>Architecture?

And... is it 'travel' when it's the end of your street? I suppose it is, for someone.

 

A town is definitely not 'landscape', some pix have no particular 'architecture' in them, 'travel' I suppose as you say it is for someone.

For example, here's a small town in Surrey that is sometimes searched. I haven't selected any category because I haven't found anything suitable.

 

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5 hours ago, John Mitchell said:

 

Yes, it's all relative. I'm not even sure what a "travel" image is.

 

That said, travel images usually overlap with other categories, which I suppose is the main reason that the category does so well.

 

Absolutely. When I said my landscapes category is the winner, a large part of it covers travel. I select both categories in AIM.

 

Regarding the pic I posted above, this could be travel for someone but not for me because that's where I live when in the UK.

 

Gen

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