There I was, cornered and hungry, and the opportunity was right
So I took it.
It's America isn't it?
I mean commercial is not a dirty word, and besides..... I've got
I like stroking long lenses.
Ok, so I'm not intending to setting any records for cash flow,
but it was my decision, and I'm sticking by it.
I'm building a new house. I've got the framing in place, and it
needs lots and lots of work, but this is a commercial house, and
right now, there is really nothing there for you to see other than
I've crossed over to the commercial side.
Since my new web space allows for multiple "domains" to point to
my space, I have taken the liberty of carving out another piece
of cyberspace and I am calling it my own.
In The Lens it is - inthelens.net
(.com is taken but not active) I'm going to sell photographs there,
and I'll take credit card orders and pay-pal orders, and then I'll
print the images and send them out across the highways and byways
I figure that other than the sports team pics, I'll sell at least,
well, conservatively speaking, 3 or 4 photos a year.
Actually, I do think that there might be a market for the quote
images, but we shall see.
I'm basically going to link from the nsrider.com site over to the
inthelens.net just in case one of those 3 or 4 random folks want
to buy something.
Hey, I've got the space, might as well fill it up with something.
Besides, I've only got 3 or 4 thousand more hockey and football
pics to sort through and post, and after I'm done with that I'm
sure I'll be bored.