Whether youâ€™re looking to pick up one or two photography jobs a week, or looking to fill your days with several different clients, there are ways of connecting up with people online for little or no cost to you. Take a look at these sites, and start shooting!
Indeed is a job search engine. It pulls all type of jobs, from full time employment to freelance opportunities.
GoGreelance is a great place for people to list specific jobs they are looking for today â€“ and for you to pick up work in your area of expertise.
While this isnâ€™t really freelance work, and you would be working for SharpShooter, they have some interesting opportunities to photograph at ski resorts and other fun locations all over the U.S. and Canada.
Even if you donâ€™t find a photography job here, you may find seasonal employment that puts you in an amazing place â€“ and allows you to take amazing photographs anyway.
Surf through the classifieds, or offer your photography on the services page. Thereâ€™s several ways you can connect with potential clients on Craigslist, all for free.
This site is exclusively for photographers. Head over and hunt through the postings looking for photographers.
A social site for freelancers where you can build your profile and participate in a community of people looking for freelance work.
Freelance Designers connects everyone in the design industry on one site. List your information to join the directory, then check back as opportunities open up in your area of interest.
Another great resource where you can create your profile and watch as jobs are posted. A great source for moms who want a little extra income on the side.
Sometimes you need to think about partners as well â€“ what goes better with a story than a photograph. This writing site is filled with opportunity for the freelance photographer.
New post entry update – 10 More Sites To Peruse For Freelance Photography Jobs