May saw another strong month.
Shutterstock had 88 downloads ($29.08) making it another BME for sales, though not quite there on actual revenue.
Dreamstime produced 12 downloads ($10.56) with the usual mix of Editorial and commercial sales.
123RF continued to please with 10 downloads ($6.27).
Istock produced a further 5 regular downloads ($2.84) with 5 partner program sales making an additional $1.40. The regular sales were, again, mainly Editorial and with ten new images accepted my portfolio rose to 198 there.
Picturenation got one medium res sale netting £4.00 in commission. Better still I received my second payout from them -just under £60.
Bigstock proved dissapointing this month after the recent upsurge in sales. Just 2 downloads ($1.50).
Yaymicro came up with a regular sale netting 0.50 euros. June should see them posting the first quarter Third Party sales report.
Nothing in May on Cutcaster, Veer, Canstock or Mostphotos.
Uploading in May saw some more archive political images going online and some new images of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Comprising a Lancaster bomber flanked by Spitfire and Hurricane fighters the BBMF gave a twenty minute display over the Kent town of Tenterden to tie in with the local steam railway holding a "Fourties" weekend. It was an impressive sight and much enjoyed by the many locals who came out to watch. I went with a monochrome version of one of the images to give a vintage feel. Aircraft images have done well in the past so I have high hopes for these. Regards, David.