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Unless you have been living under a rock for the past year (no judgement if you have because, you know, pandemic!), you will have noticed that the internet has been taken over by celebrities encouraging us ordinary folk to buy photos of them. Thanks to the success of OnlyFans, celebrities have an outlet to charge what they want for access to never before seen images and one of the highest requested photos that celebrities are asked for is, you guessed it….Feet Pics.
You may be surprised to hear it but people really do make an income from selling pictures of their feet and there is definitely a market for it that is growing by the day - doesn’t everyone know at least one person who claims to have a foot fetish?
But how can I profit from the foot phenomenon I hear you ask?
In this guide, you will get advice on how to sell your own feet pics, where to sell them and also the income to expect. So let’s get started….
Yes, they do. I’m sure the first thing that comes to mind when you think of someone who buys a picture of feet is a person with a certain penchant for all things foot, but pictures of feet are actually important to many businesses too…who knew? They can be essential for showcasing products such as socks, shoes, nail polish and jewellery and they can also be used to show scale or an example of someone with sore feet after a hard day at work.
There are a few websites dedicated solely (badum tss!) to selling/buying feet pictures and huge online communities of people who want to sell/buy them. Many of these communities are a hub of people who indeed have foot fetishes and want to share a space with others where they can discuss their desires without the judgement of those who do not share their cravings.
Make sure you research all platforms that are available to you. Check out reviews and remember if something seems too good to be true, it usually is.
The photos that you take make a big difference, you wouldn’t buy something from ASOS which showed a blurry image and half of the item missing from the picture. If you feel confident that you can deliver a great photo, then give it a go but don’t be afraid to ask friends for help or even hire a professional photographer.
This may take money from your profit initially but if they can give you advice on how to get the best pictures it may even make you more money in the future. Use a high-quality mobile phone or camera and good lighting. Brand with a watermark if possible to stop the theft of your images.
Set your prices low initially until you can build up your business and reputation. However, don’t set them too low as this can demonstrate that your product is not worth a higher price and people will be wary of buying something so cheap. Don’t send the photos until you have received payment. No pay, no play!
Once you have your photos and you have decided on a starting price, the next thing that is going to help is promoting your content. Social media sites are currently packed full of people trying to use the platform to sell something (whether they make us aware of their intentions is another story).
You can use sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to tell the world about your new venture and it’s completely up to you whether you want to remain anonymous and hide your face or not. Facebook groups are a good place to start, make sure you look for legitimate ones that already contain a good amount of members.
This will ensure that you keep all of your personal information separate and keep you anonymous.
Since you will be trying to earn some money from people looking at your feet, it may be a good idea to try to take good care of them and make sure they are in the best shape possible.
Having a great foot care routine will ensure your photos look great and help you to entice more buyers. Get regular pedicures or go DIY and do your own at home. Think about the choice of nail colour, some buyers prefer specific colours and some prefer a natural nail, so be prepared to change it up.
You really only have three main selling options; websites dedicated to feet pictures, social media or stock photo websites. As you can imagine they all have very different markets so it all depends on what you are planning to sell, how much you want to make and how safe you want your money and images to be.
The most obvious choice is a website that deals predominantly in feet pictures and the reasoning behind this is you can be reassured that it is a reputable and safe way to sell i.e. they know what they are doing.
As you can imagine from the name the website does what it says on the tin. It is a community and marketplace for feet lovers to buy and sell custom feet pictures. However, it does not just stop there, it is all things feet, so not only can you sell your feet pictures here; but there is also a market for other things including feet videos, well-worn shoes, used socks and tights.
Just imagine how much profit you could make selling your feet pictures within this community. We have a dedicated team to respond to any queries or issues that may arise and we guide you through the steps to sign up to make it as straightforward as possible. It is also free to sign up so that you can have a look and read some of our excellent reviews before you start selling.
You can read more about KinkCoins here
All Things Worn or ATW for short, started after finding a market for selling worn items of clothing, but lacking a platform to sell them. We are an online marketplace similar to EBay but users can buy well-worn items instead. We make it incredibly easy for users to buy and sell items via the web platform and we even have our own payment system called Kinkcoins, ensuring that all payments made to you are secure.
Another good place to do some research is on social media. Social media accounts on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter are free to set up, so you have no start-up costs, however, they are not as reliable as the dedicated websites and most do not include their own payment systems, unfortunately, leaving you open to being scammed.
Facebook is a social networking site that allows users to sign up for free and create a profile, allowing them to connect with friends, work colleagues or even people they don’t know.
To sell your feet pictures on Facebook, you will need to:
Instagram is an app predominantly for sharing photos and videos, making it an ideal place to start selling your feet pictures. It has over 1.3 billion monthly users from all over the globe so it is likely that you will not struggle to try to find people there who want to buy pictures from you.
To sell your feet pictures on Instagram, you will need to:
#feet- 1.9 million posts
#feetpics- 1.5 million posts
#feetstagram- 1.3 million posts
#feetlove- 1.1 million posts
#feetlover- 731k posts
#feetselfie- 234k posts
Reddit is a massive collection of forums where people can share news and content. Communities that are recognised there are established to allow users to dive into their passions with people who share the same interests as they do.
To sell your feet pictures on Reddit, you will need to:
Stock photo sites are a hub of images that people can buy to suit a specific purpose e.g. a photo of a hand to sell hand cream. Many people also use stock photo websites when they need images to use in presentations and documents and they want to avoid any copyright regulations.
If you are confident in your photography skills, you can sell pictures to websites such as Canva or Shutterstock. They are regularly looking for new stock photos that companies can buy. They pay you for any photos that they choose and the websites have thousands of visitors daily proving that stock photos are more in demand now than ever before.
Foap is also a great website to sell your pictures, dedicated to all things photography; brands can work with users together to get a photograph or set of photographs that is ideal for a campaign that they are running.
You simply sign up and upload your photos so that thousands of people have access to see your images, including brands, agencies and many more. The only catch is that when someone wants to purchase from your portfolio you will only earn 50% of the price and the other 50% will go directly to Foap. Therefore, if you have to share the profit with them 50/50 you may want to think about selling your images for a higher price on this website.
We could be biased, but we think the best way to be successful at selling feet pics is to create an account on Feet Lovers Only and promote your account to your social media, thus attracting more attention to your dedicated feet pics profile.
It is important to be aware that you may not be a millionaire from the get-go, but with a little bit of effort, you can grow your business and expand your client base and make a very profitable side gig.
As with anything, the amount of effort you put in greatly determines the amount of money you can make. If you are willing to give it your all, there is scope to turn it into a full-time job.
How much you can charge for feet pictures is highly subjective and depends on your following and promotion strategies. A good starting price is £5/10 per photo to see what interest you can gather. More experienced sellers with a bigger following can charge up to £100 for one photo, but don’t set your ambitions too high at the start.
Begin with your own set price for a single photo and a photo bundle. You may start to get requests from buyers who want custom photos, sets or offers and then this is up to your own personal choice as to whether you want to fulfil their request. When your customers start coming back on a regular basis you can think about increasing your prices and start to get creative with what you have to offer them.
By bundling photos together, you can charge more for them than just one photo and the good thing is, it does not require extra work. By going about it gradually and not starting at a higher set price, your customers will feel that they are getting more of a bargain and will keep coming back for more.
You are much more likely to sell your pictures via a feet dedicated website than you are via social media or stock photo websites, but this will become apparent when you start researching the market.
To avoid any run-ins with Judge Judy you will need to declare your earnings to the HMRC and possibly register as self-employed. Is it taxable? – yes, all money earned has to be declared for tax purposes so make sure you keep copies of transactions, receipts and a record of your outgoings and any profit made.
I don’t have model-worthy feet, can I still sell pictures of them? In short, the answer is…YES!
It is more about the way you style your images and the position of your feet that will start to get people to notice you.
When you are ready to start taking your feet pictures you want to ensure that you get some good angles that show them in all of their glory. Make sure that your whole feet are in the frame and no part is removed from the shot. It is also essential to make sure that the image is as clear as possible and not blurry. Once you have these things sorted, you will need to think about angles.
Top of the feet- looking down from above
Bottom of the feet- looking up at the sole from below
Feet in the air- free from shoes and dangling mid-air
Arched foot- arch your feet and then you could also take a pointed one
In heels- standing or sitting, all different types, you may even get requests for specific styles/colours
Feet crossed- one foot crossed over the other, either with shoes or without
Props- temp foot tattoos, foot jewellery, flowers, socks, bubble bath, candles, tights
Is it actually legal? Yes, it is 100% legal to sell pictures of your feet for money as long as you remember to follow two key points.
We would advise that you stick to selling through a reputable website (check out those reviews to see why) to ensure that you prevent being scammed/losing your money. There are certain policies in place with payment sites such as PayPal that state that you are not covered for some transactions and we know sellers on social media who have been stung with this and lost their money because they did not check the small print.
In order to avoid being scammed sell via a reliable source and if not, make sure to follow these steps:
Take good care of those money-makers
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