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Getting your images online is the best way to get your work noticed, gain new clients and even sell prints to customers that you could never reach in any other way. The internet gives you the chance to showcase your work in a way that’s accessible to people around the world, not just on your doorstep, and even to be found by magazines and professional picture editors. Of course, the web can be a big, confusing place where it’s hard to get noticed amid the sea of images already available, and you might also be worried about the possibility of image theft if you display your best shots publicly.

So here, we take a look at how to get your shots online, how to protect them, and how to help

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