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PostPosted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 5:50 am 
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I took some photos at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival event in Sydney this weekend, and have the photos available for display if anyone would like to have a look. I've uploaded them into my folio at www.redbubble.com/people/melbourneguy75, and any comments or feedback would be very welcome :)

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 6:03 am 
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nice work men, btw, what do you think about redbubble?

I am taking many student-athletes pictures and interested to sell the art online.
how much you need to pay monthly for the space and store?

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Redbubble is a decent site to store photos on and to sell photos through, but I'm thinking about either trying to get a website going to display the photos, which would enable me to display the photos the way that I want rather than using the template that RB has, or finding another photo selling/sharing site with better gallery options for displaying and rotating images (i.e, Redbubble doesn't have a click-and-drag option for moving images around), and it also doesn't have the option of making images available as photo prints, only as framed prints, cards, posters, etc. That said, the printing service and printing quality provided by the site is excellent.

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I think because the site is totally free might be good for starter.

for custom template maybe we'll need to pay monthly/yearly. I don't think it is worth it unless you have regular customers base.

thanks for the opinion.

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