Photography Jobs Online Review: Read My Honest Review

Photography Jobs Online Review 2018 Update

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“$5,000,000 have been paid for our happy members just for uploading their pictures. Now it’s your turn to take action!” That’s who Photo Jobs Online starts their marketing speech. They continue by explaining the process in a nutshell and showing huge dollars amount you could be earning.

They show testimonials from guys who are making $13,000/month just by selling their photos online. Then their calculator shows you maximum earnings of $800,000/week. Is Photography Jobs Online? You will get a detailed answer in the next 1-3 minutes.

I am not affiliated with Photography Jobs Online many other reviews that I found on the Internet. They are just promoting the system to make money when you sign up. I don’t earn money whether you join or not. This review is written for the sole purpose to give you the most engaging and accurate information about this opportunity.

Photography Jobs Online Review

Name: Photography Jobs Online (PJO)


Type: Make Money Online by Uploading Your Pictures

Short Review: Photography Jobs Online is basically just a website gathered full of affiliate links and B-class information. You can find more valuable information on YouTube. In addition, their website is so shady that I don’t even recommend trying their trial.

If you are interested in earning money online, I rather recommend this website. Their training, support, and tools have helped me to earn good money online and I’m sure they’ll help you as well.

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Photography Jobs Online has an exactly similar website like a few other ones. More about this later…

What Is Photography Jobs Online?

Photography Jobs Online is a website that promises big earnings for you by taking pictures and uploading them on the Internet. I don’t know if you are already familiar with the concept but there are probably hundreds of photo banks that will pay you for uploading and selling your pictures. PJO has the following picture on their site that shows some of the photo banks.

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Photography Jobs Online is supposed to be a middleman between you and those HIGH PAYING companies. They also promise that you could make thousands of dollars per month. Is it really so simple and easy? Let’s have a closer look at the process they offer. I recommend that you don’t give them any money before you have read this article until the end. Then you are totally informed what will happen on their site.

Here are some big promises that PJO gives:

  • Work anywhere you want.
  • Earn thousands of dollars each month. (They have testimonials of persons who make +$13,000/month and calculator that shows you could earn up to $800,000/week.)
  • 60-day money back guarantee.
  • No commissions taken out of your earnings unlike other websites take.
  • You can choose what kind of pictures you want to take.
  • PJO says their opportunity is literally a GOLDMINE!

Is that true? Let me show you how their system works.

How to Make Money with Photography Jobs Online?

The process is simple:

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4 simple steps to make money with stock photos. However, it’s anything but easy.

The process itself is very simple and easy-to-understand. You just take a picture and submit it online to some photo bank. You wait until enough photos get purchased to reach your minimum cashout limit. Then you can take money to your account.

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What’s the catch here? Is it really so easy? No, it’s not.

One of my best friends is an amateur photographer and he has been doing it for around 10 years. Recently he got an idea that he would like to earn passive income. He figured out that one potential way to achieve it would be selling stock photos online.

He started uploading pictures to Fotolia, Shutterstock, etc. Now 4 months have passed and guess how much he has earned? Around $5-10. Easy money? Not really! 😉 My friend is still constantly uploading new pictures and it seems that his earnings are steadily growing even though they have been very small.

This example illustrates that making a living by uploading pictures to photo banks really isn’t so easy like these marketers want to make you think.

How Does Photography Jobs Online Really Work? – IMPORTANT!

Their website is basically a full of (affiliate) links to other websites that help you to earn money online. You saw the screenshot taken of their partners? iStock, Shutterstock, Fotolia, Dreamstime,, Shutterprint etc.

You can have an access to all those websites even without having PJO as a middleman between you and them. If you use Photography Jobs Online you are just basically paying for their membership in vain and also sponsoring their founders by using their affiliate links. What is the benefit for you? None.

They have also some “training” on their website but in my opinion, you don’t need it because you can get more high-quality training on YouTube or from some professionals for completely free. PJO has also downloaded their training from other sites so they don’t really have a personalized step-by-step training to make money online like Wealthy Affiliate has.

There are also other reasons why I don’t recommend signing up to Photography Jobs Online.

Similar Websites Like Photography Jobs Online?

It seems that the same person or team has created many similar websites. I have reviewed some of them already in the past.

All of these websites use exactly the same design and concept. They are full of links to other websites that really pay you for doing the job. The concept is interesting but it doesn’t really provide good value for you.

The thing that I especially don’t like is that they are lying about the earning potential. Well, of course, you can make $5,000 for freelance writing online but it requires years of experience. With affiliate marketing, the process can be quicker and you can reach $5,000 per month income faster but it still requires work and persistence.

One interesting characteristic on these “XXX Jobs Online” websites is that when you try to leave the site, usually the pop-up window appears, “Are you sure that you want to leave the site now?” The window doesn’t always appear but at least if you are on specific pages on their site.

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This “limited-time” promo has been on their site already for a long time. Every day the date changes. This is also one red flag.

What About the 60-Day Money Back Guarantee?

Yes, they promise you a 60-day money back guarantee if you don’t like their website. But they promise you also many other things. How could I trust on their money back guarantee if I can’t trust them on other things that they are saying?

Photography Jobs Online is backed up by Clickbank which helps a little bit. However, I know people who have bought Clickbank products with a money back guarantee but never received any money back. When they contacted the customer support, nobody answered.

All in all, you are taking a risk if you give your credit card information for PJO and pay them money.

Conclusion – Is Photography Jobs Online Legit Or a Scam?

Photography Jobs Online is a borderline scam. They give exaggerated promises but provide only very little value.

Don’t be fooled by fake reviews on the Internet. I noticed that people were promoting PJO because they offer commissions for people who bring new customers to their website. So, affiliates have a financial incentive to sell their membership for you.

Instead of promoting PJO and earning money by doing that I prefer telling the truth and showing what it really is. In my opinion, it’s not worth it.

If you are looking for a great way to earn money online I can honestly recommend Wealthy Affiliate. Their website won’t make you rich overnight either but it really works. You can earn extra $500, $2,000 or even $10,000 per month through their website but it requires work.

Their training has taught me how to earn money online and now I am ready to help you as well. I offer my 1-on-1 support and mentoring as a bonus for anyone who joins Wealthy Affiliate through my website. Get started for free.

What do you think about Photography Jobs Online?

Have you earned money online with photographing?

Let me know in the comments below! 🙂

By Roope Kiuttu

Hello! I am Roope "Robert" Kiuttu, the founder and owner of I created this website back in 2015 to help you to make money online. You can ask me anything and I'll be happy to help you out. I help people daily to make more money online and I love seeing people succeeding. If you want to get my 1-on-1 support and help to make money online as well, get started HERE.


  1. Hi, I genuinely love photography that’s I grew vastly interested with this job. Can somebody confirm that this is actually a scam? Thanks a whole lot.

    1. Hi Marilyn,

      I can’t 100% confirm that it would be a scam but based on my research there are so many red flags that it’s better to stay away. It may not be a scam but all the facts that I have listed in my review make me quite suspicious about the company.

  2. I have really been a victim of these review sites, till I mastered their strategy, and it’s really alarming that this sites still get holds of preys who think making money online is easy. One thing I have learnt online is that there is no free money anywhere, so any site offering you such amount money for an easy task need to be thoroughly checked.

    1. True! Huge promises is one of the biggest red flags in scam sites. If somebody promises you lots of money in a short period of time, you always need to study the opportunity extremely closely. 99% of them are scams. Of course, there are some exceptions but not many.

  3. Another website that is a scam. It looks promising especially to the people who wants to earn some money online. And also they want to earn an easy money which is impossible to happen. I agree that promising “easy money” on websites is a bait for those who are new in online works. Thank you in posting this blog.

  4. It actually sounded decent at first but then you saying that it was a borderline scam was off-putting. This seemed a lot better than SnapWire which you reviewed because of the fact that you could make a steady stream of revenue as people were buying your photos and you weren’t in a sort of competition.

    If anyone is interested then I would recommend the Envato Marketplace. They have a group of sites and one of them is a marketplace for pictures and graphics which you can sell. I have used one of their sites but for templates and themes and they are great.

    1. Thanks for sharing your experience with this kind of sites. I’ll share Envato marketplace to my friend who likes photographing. By the way, I think I’ve bought this Avada theme that I’m using on from Envato marketplace.

      1. You probably did. I remember seeing the Avada theme on ThemeForest a while ago, it is actually the highest rated and best selling them on ThemeForest I believe. I’ve bought quite a lot of items from them and they are actually really good although they charge quite a large VAT/fees which is offputting. Most items are exclusives on the site as well which means you really do have to pay the high prices if you want a particular product

        1. Yeah, I also noticed that Avada was their best-seller in premium templates section. In addition, one of my best friends had been using it and was very satisfied with it. That’s why I wanted to try it as well. Avada theme is quite easy-to-use and I have enjoyed using it. Of course, there’s always some learning curve at the beginning. But I think I’m getting used to it. I think I must change the design to make the website look more attractive. I just like a simplistic design without making it look like a circus with millions of colors 😉

          You are right that some of their products are quite expensive. However, they also provide a great quality so most of the time they are worth it.

  5. I was interested when I saw the list of their partners but I quickly lost interest when you explained that they only work as a middle man. It is not necessary to use this website, you can access their “partners'” websites on your own. It really does look shady and I wouldn’t use it.

  6. Thank you for the honest review. This site is just a waste of time and another fooling people site. Nice to read that i will not get any benefit from it and it ends me reading. I am used to and so tired of seeing scam sites.

    Someday i will suggest site to be reviewed by you Mr. Roope if it really worth it to spend time with and hope you will give me a time to search thoroughly for that specific website i will give someday. Thank you.

  7. Great review as always. This reminds me of a scam site I unfortunately joined a little while ago, am not going say their name. I made a substantial amount of money and tried to cash out, but it was denied… saying I needed a minimum $150 to cash out. I made $150 and hit cash out, guest what… it was denied again, saying I needed referrals and was given an option to rent some. I did so with a little more than $10. Guess what this time, I got deleted.

    Am not too familiar with platforms that work around photography, but drawing from your research and review, I think it’s safe to say photography jobs online is as much a scam as my above experience.

    1. I’m sorry to hear that you were scammed. However, I think it was a learning experience and you won’t be scammed again.

      Usually, the sites that promise quick and easy money are scams. Not all, but most of them. Making money is never quick and easy because it requires work and effort. Of course, when you have built up the system and the money is rolling in, it gets easier. But to get to the top is not usually a piece of cake.

  8. It sounds so simple but isn’t that easy when it comes to working. Photographing is really good for those who love dealing in stock photos. I have not been earning with photographing for the past ten years except when I first started out online. I literally stopped dealing in stock photos when I realized I was not making enough money from it.

    I diverted into affiliate marketing by first joining Clickbank. I thought Clickbank was the best and top paying affiliate marketing program online, but later discovered this was far from the truth. I tried promoting a few digital products on Clickbank and generated some sales. I got discouraged at a stage when some of my links got disabled without knowing why. I was happy once again when I read about Wealthy Affiliate on this blog.

    1. It seems that many people start uploading stock photos but end it quite quickly because the earnings aren’t what they would have expected. I was also a bit surprised when I saw that my good friend had only earned under $10 after using photo banks for 4 months. Anyway, I’m interested in seeing how the income will grow because most likely it will grow and it’s completely passive income.

      Yes, Clickbank is one of the biggest affiliate networks and probably the biggest for promoting digital products. However, I have never really used it because I have concentrated on individual affiliate programs. I am promoting a some product on Clickbank but not very actively.

      I am glad to hear that you are enjoying Wealthy Affiliate. I am sure their training will help you to earn money with affiliate marketing. You can always ask me any questions that you want.

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