The Best Platforms for Freelance Photographers

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There are a lot of freelance platforms out there and when you are a busy freelancer you need to know which ones are worth investing your time in to make a profile that shines. You certainly do not want to spend time constructing a stellar profile and cultivating your portfolio on a platform where it only gets lost and buried under thousands of others’. Of course we think that Sagegroupy is one of the top platforms out there helping freelancers and clients connect, but what if you a relooking for something more specific to your vocation? In the interest of helping freelancers out, we are running a series of blogs shining a spotlight on the best platform to look for work specific to various vocations. Here is a list of the best platforms for freelancers photographers to find work on.

The Creative Loft is a website for photographers organized by category.

Try the photography section of Creative Jobs Central for a fee at Photography Jobs Central to find clients that are actively looking for photographers.

You can search for jobs and upload your resume on Photography Jobs Finder.

If you want to sell your photos you can use the Photography Jobs Online, Big Stock, Dreamstime, or Canstock marketplaces or on Deposit Photos.

Don’t forget to check out places like JournalismJobs.com and Virtual Vocations for location-based and remote photography jobs.

If you do turn to one of the bigger mainstream platforms, having a great portfolio and good reviews means you can charge higher rates for your work on places like Fiverr, Guru, and Upwork.

In our continued effort to help connect freelancers with clients, we hope that photographers can use this post to find clients soon so they can spend less time marketing and more time taking pictures. If you don’t already have a profile with Sagegroupy, sign up and create one today. Our platform is easy to use, won’t require tonnes of time to make your profile look great and will help clients find you today.

Authour: S.Suzuyama

Posted in Resources, Freelancing Tips on Aug 26, 2019

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