Easy, Honest & Simple Way To Make Money With Your Digital Camera

My teenage nephew found this system and makes almost $200 a week working very part-time.

If you enjoy photography and would like to learn how to make money taking pictures for others, this system could be perfect for you.  The system is completely honest, there is no porn or nudity involved, it is not dangerous and you don’t need high-level professional photography skills.

What you will need is at least a 2.1 megapixel digital camera (About $200 new)  with a flash and zoom lens, a tripod and a basic photo printer (like an Epson for $125) so you can print out the photos.  This is not portrait photography and most people can find all the work they want within 1 or 2 miles of your home if you live in a city or within 10 miles of your home if you live in the suburbs.

My 18-year old nephew, discovered this last year and was making money taking photos within a week.  He usually makes about $200 a week during the school year working just 3 to 5 hours during the week and a couple of hours on Saturday.  During the summer, he worked full-time for three weeks before going off to work as a camp counselor.  He average over $700 a week for the three weeks, and he still wasn’t really working full-time.

Click Here to read about the course and to see real testimonials from real people. The cost is very reasonable and the author offers a money-back guarantee.

Here is what you will need to start this business:

  • Decent digital camera you can buy for under $200.  Make sure it has a zoom lens and a flash. An exposure compensation setting would be helpful, but is not absolutely necessary
  • Some of the shots will require a sturdy tripod.  I see them at garage sales and thrift shops all the time for under $10, or you can buy a good-quality new one for about $40.
  • You will need a way to print photos.  Epson sells a nice photo-quality printer for about $125.  If you don’t have one, don’t worry. You can get your prints made at Wal-Mart or rite Aid until you can afford one.
  • Lastly you need a way to get around: Car, motorcycle or bike.

CLICK HERE to read about this fascinating money-making opportunity.  This is not a business where you can make hundreds of thousands of dollars a year –but you can make $40,000 to $60,000 if you work it full time or just use it to make a few hundred extra bucks a month to help pay all those extra pesky bills.  This is also a great business for a teenage son or daughter.

Skip McGrath