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In short, no. People are unlikely to take you seriously. (At least people who might have money to actually buy a photo.) Your age is one drawback, yes. You are limited in what you can do because you are a minor. Most contracts are not binding on you, thus most adults are wary about hiring a minor for anything other than babysitting or mowing the lawn. But you do not necessarily need a tax new-york to make a few bucks. Children are allowed some room for making money. Your parents' tax adviser can tell them more about how much you can make without having to file or claim. There is no realistic plan for selling snapshots that you print on your home inkjet on cheap paper for a profit. Marketing is one concern: How will you reach your intended potential client or buyer? How much will making a print cost you, and how much would you have to sell it for to break even? Most photographers do not make money selling shots from their hard drive. Shooting events or providing services for paying clients is how it's mostly done. For that you need skill and business acumen. For you, it is back to the thing of providing service under contract. Also there is the matter of pesky things like insurance and liability. Say you start a little business from your room, let's say you are making pictures of people's pets which you will print on your Staples paper using your nifty HP Photosmart. Edna from down the street brings Fifi to your home for her sitting. You take Fifi's leash off, of course, to get a good shot. Fifi runs madly across the yard and darts into the street where she is unfortunately hit by the garbage truck. Guess what? You (or more specifically your parents) are liable for that mishap. There is a lot of emotional distress involved in Fifi's demise. Your $2 sale ends up costing your parents $450,000. Or another less gory scenario, someone trips over your front door step, or falls over the tripod you have set up. Hello medical bills. I know you think stuff like that is silly, or it won't happen. This is why we have insurance. It does happen. The other possibility is selling your landscapes or scenics or what have you, pictures that you have already taken. Those you could print at home I suppose, although a good lab print would be far better. You can print a few, matte and/or frame them, and take them to the local craft show or flea market to sell. Or you can approach local businesses about hanging some with your business card. Or you can make a website or FB to promote them. The problem is the world is awash in great landscapes and scenes, shots from accomplished photographers that are almost certainly superior to most of what you may have. Yours may be great, I don't know. One give-away that they probably are not so great is you saying "I have a quality DSLR..." There is something to be said for having good gear, of course. Most accomplished and/or advanced photographers would never mention the gear as a selling point for their work. Hence the likelihood that your pictures are more near teen beginner than amazing. But if you have decent shots of local events or landscapes, who knows. They might sell if you can reach your market. I am not trying to be overly pessimistic. Realistic is a better word. And there is no doubt than some people sell work that is unremarkable, and in fact, they get hired to produce such every day. So you may go far. But you will probably make more cash selling stuff you don't need at a yard sale, or mowing grass....Good luck and happy shooting!
No, no they will not. If you want to take a few pictures of your friends for a few bucks, go ahead. I encourage you to do this very much. But I don't encourage you to think you are starting a business. If you just start taking money as a legal entity without a tax code and not registered as a "Limited Liability Company" you are breaking federal law (meaning your parents will go to federal prison and you will be put in foster care) and your parents can be sued for anything you do. If someone doesn't like your photos they can claim damages to their acting career and sue you.
If you take what you do seriously, so will everyone else! And once you start taking pictures for people, if they turn out good, your clients will tell other people about you to spread the word! I would start with senior portraits, family photos, etc. Good luck!
You are underage... you can't make money, because of the child labour laws.. no one will take you seriously... learn your skills and knowledge... and in 4 years, someone might take you seriously enough for you to get a small business... use those 4 years to get a decent education and learn about business and marketing, cos you'll need them...
Don't forget your tax permit.