I upload a majority of my photos to Flickr, a variety of which you'll see on the sidebar on the left of most pages of this site. I like how well-integrated Flickr is with the devices and software I use. Their excellent geo-tagging features make the service worth using. Same pictures as the above option, just on Flickr's site instead of mine.
Photographic How-To Guides
A year or so back I created a guide for creating infrared photographs. It turned into one of the most popular pages on the site, so I decided to create a section dedicated to creating other guides. I've updated the original infrared guide for inclusion here, and plan on adding a few more guides at a later time.
Infrared Photography - A guide to creating interesting and unusual near-infrared images using a standard digital camera (in this case the Canon S2 IS), a Hoya R72 Infrared Filter, and Photoshop
I currently sell a number of images through online micro-stock galleries. I was surprised how well I did with just a few images. I haven't been able to spend much time creating stock recently, but these galleries could provide a decent secondary income when I get back into it. I'm a member at Shutterstock, iStockPhoto, Dreamstime, and BigStockPhoto. Take a look at the link above to check out my images for sale.
There are a few sites that I know of utilizing my images. Buyers are not required to inform me of their usage, so their is probably a ton of them floating around other sites. These are just the ones I know about.
- Thomas Branigan Memorial Library
- LiquidSix Hosting
- Church of the Harvest
- Department of Adult and Community Education in Kildare, Ireland