but one thing is for sure, marketing and selling takes a lot of work, and many of the aspects I can't rate very high on the funometer.
Hey, you and I must have the same brand of funometer calibrated just the same way. I did craft fairs for decades, first with jewelry, then with cassette tapes of my own music. Presently my main income is didgeridoos and Native American style flutes of my own design that I have made in India. I can survive with the income from this without any personal sales involvement, but the expenses for photography traveling will mean making some extra bux. I'm sure I can make more money selling my CD's and musical instruments retail than selling my pictures, but really, the older I get the less eager I am to do much selling personally. I'll try to focus the photography marketing more on publication than me on the road with a van load of prints.[/font]