A writer in the modern era will likely have some relationship with photography, and may decide to get involved in photo creation and marketing as another aspect of creation and monetizing.
We started this discussion in my post, Can You Make (And Even Sell) Your Own Photos?
Followers of Joel’s modern-publishing ecosystem are generally authors and writers developing and selling their books and articles. But what about selling photos? How does that happen if you decide to create and sell your photos?
The short answer is: Your photos get found and licensed because of words correctly embedded in them.
However, what is the process? Moreover, where does the photo need to be on the Internet to get “discovered” by a willing buyer?
Several of you wrote me, “Tell us how this all works.”
Here is a practical example that illustrates the reality.