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I offer my photos to companies and designers. Know a good place to recommend? Thank you very much!

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Locale-specific questions (i.e. Spanish Speaking) are difficult to answer, and we generally try to avoid them. We prefer to have questions and answers that provide value to the community as a whole, rather than only to a small niche. If you could make your question more general, it would be greatly appreciated. –  jrista Oct 27 '10 at 23:15
    
All right. thanks for the observation. –  Cinthia Oct 28 '10 at 16:08

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I wouldn't restrict yourself to the Spanish speaking community (although I believe Spanish to have fractionally more native speakers than English, so it's a pretty big audience); Instead look at the picture agencies that operate in your area. I personally use Alamy, and have sold as far afield as the Russian Federation, as well as domestic sales.

If you specifically want to target Spanish speakers, make sure the photographs are correctly keyworded - I'd suggest you add keywords applicable to as many languages as you are fluent, to widen the appeal.

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Thanks Rowland, I think your suggestions are very well!!!Now I'll try it. –  Cinthia Oct 28 '10 at 16:15

istockphoto.com is a pretty widely used microstock site and welcomes all kinds of photographers.

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Thank you very much for your input. –  Cinthia Oct 29 '10 at 16:34

Thank you very much for all the replies. I also found a web site to the Latin Community: http://www.latinstock.com/

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