I'm an amateur photographer. Since my college days of black-and-white film, through my first 0.3 megapixel digital camera, and now with a 10 megapixel camera that can sit in my shirt pocket, I love taking pictures.
I have thought for years about selling photos as stock photography, and now it's easier than ever. One of the best websites istockphoto.com where you can upload your digital photography and Web designers, bloggers, etc. can purchase the rights to use it.
Unfortunately uploading my photos to just one website didn't make me very much money. I bought this e-book, Make Money Online with Your Digital Camera I found at ClickBank and so far it's been impressed. It talks about the kinds of photos that sell well and gives you quite a few resources to sell them online. I'm anxious to add this to the Jason's Million arsenal.
The only thing holding me back now is that my digital camera is physically getting more and more difficult for me to use. I hope some of you will be able to make more money than I will. The process is so simple, snap a photo, crop it to make it better, upload it and wait for it to sell. Most of your photos won't sell, at least not very well, but the great part is that the more you publish the more likely you are to generate substantial income. Even if only one out of 100 photos become bestsellers, you make some cash.
Anyhow, pick up the e-book, and start clicking that shutter.