Beautiful photograph. You caught their Emotion very well, especially the eyes. They have inspired me and so I draw him in my newest work, I hope it is ok. I gave you credits, link to your site and link to the Deviation. Hope you have a nice day!
maxnoczFeatured By OwnerSep 21, 2011Student Interface Designer
hey! Co dA. I have this new group named Children of Tommorow.Here's the [link] I am hoping you could help me support this group, its aim is to show the world using photography and art the importance of Children. Hope you'll have a time and click the "join group" button in the link . It would be a BIG HELP.
the freckles are so adorable. This almost looks like they could be children of the early 1960s. Too young to be affected by the culture, but still have piece signs and scruffy hair. The depth of field in this is fantastic, too. I don't know what it is about black and white photos, but they always seem prettier than color. This one is just fantastic.
Revan-DelkaothFeatured By OwnerAug 9, 2009 Photographer
Hey, this is a pretty nice pic! In fact, come to think of it, you can probably sell it on a microstock photography website like the ones I listed below, under the children search listing. Photos of children are big hits on microstock sites. I have been working on selling my own photos, and have several that were just listed the other day. It is a pretty cool system: companies can cut costs for photos by buying them from microstock sites rather than paying their own photographers, and you get paid every time an individual or company buys your photo(s). The signup for these kinds of accounts is free, and you get a cut of the pay. (the only reason it is free to register with them is because they take a portion of every sale.) Also, when a company buys your photo, they don't get the copyright, so they have to buy it a whole bunch of times, once for every time they use it! The photos never leave the microstock site, and will earn you passive income every time they sell for years to come. Exciting? Oh yeah! Have fun! (I would recommend bigstock the most, since they currently have a short waiting list for photo approval, and approvals are lightning fast!) Crestock and Shutterstock are tougher to get into since they have a skill level requirement, unlike the others, but will pay you a higher cut of your photo sales.) I would give it a go next time you find yourself with some free time, perhaps you will be a hit if you have more amazing photos like this one! Cheers! -Delkaoth [link][link][link][link][link]