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Submitting your shots to magazines can be a great way of starting out making a little money from your photography, as there are publications on every single subject you could think of.

Many photographic magazines have a readers’ gallery or showcase section, which is a great place to begin. These won’t offer the highest rewards, but they can be a stepping stone to getting your images published elsewhere in the magazine, or even in other publications. If you have some great seasonal images of your local area, you could also try submitting a small selection of

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