So if I could sell five photos at 20$ each USD then we’d be okay. Now if only I knew how to sell photos… or knew people who would buy them.
Still haven’t sold the Hammond. We have determined, however, that it is in the Romance series. It’s definitely dated 1969, and it’s got a Leslie cab… but it’s not a B3. Everyone wants a B3. Blasted B3s.
Dayle is being horribly whiney and I don’t know why. I think he’s making up for all the time he couldn’t whine at us while we were up North. Freak-cat.
My other photography selling idea requires that I sell a lot more volume – I have blank cards I can put my photos on, and sell them for like 5$ or something. That would require selling a lot more. However, anything I actually did sell would be that much closer to making rent, which would be good. Except the printer’s out of ink, so I can’t print the photos out, and I can’t put money into getting reprints, and I can’t buy an ink cartridge right now, so there would be the risk of putting money into that and not selling anything, and getting even farther behind. I can’t afford to get farther behind right now.
I don’t even know if people want to buy nature photography anyhow, and all my best work has trees and rocks in it, it seems.
I am spending today trying to come up with ways to make extra money. I would harass the people who owe me money, but it’s not like that would get me anywhere. If they can’t afford to pay me, harassing them isn’t going to change that. So very frustrating.