How Much Can You Make From Selling Feet Pics?

Show me a modern woman who has never said (or at least thought), “Fuck it, I’m just gonna start selling feet pics.” I mean, there are a lot of foot fetishes out there to appeal to, and it honestly sounds like a dream gig—the plan B we fantasize about quitting our jobs for.

Sofia Vergara feet pictures shows quality, authentic and are as close to perfection. But a career in footography isn’t just a punch line or a backup plan—it’s a very real (and pretty damn lucrative) source of income. And, like all forms of sex work, it’s not easy: “It takes a lot of time and dedication to make a living off your feet,” says OnlyFans content creator Kiara Skye, whose rates have increased significantly since she started selling feet content in 2016. (These days, her videos start at $120 each.)

According to Scarlett Venom, another OnlyFans creator, you need to do a lot more than snap a few pics to cash in—most people also sell other foot-adjacent products and services like custom videos and live chats. That means true footrepreneurs have to be models, producers, editors, cam girls, and more to actually turn a profit.

But for those who are truly down to commit, how much can be made with the gold mine south of your ankles? We asked some of the internet’s resident feet queens to show us their receipts.

1. “A single picture can go for $5 to $100 depending on whether it’s a custom order or sent to the masses. Typically, I like sending out sets of five for $15.” —Tara Lynn Foxx

2. “The most I ever sold was a bundle of 10 pics and a video of me massaging my feet with oil for $300, a $200 tip, and a couple pairs of new shoes.” —Emma Jade

3. “I sold a set of pics with another woman for $1,000 each. It was an erotic set of her massaging my feet, kissing them, and more. I also like to do pics based on the interests of the customer. One of my clients is a big car guy, so I took some feet pics in a 1957 Porsche. He absolutely loved the extra effort and tipped me $500.” —Sophia West

4. “The most money I’ve ever made from a fan at one time was $13,000 for six custom video clips, 10 minutes each, all ordered and paid for at once.” —Roxie Rae

5. “I sold a 15-second video for $500 and it was just footage of the soles of my feet, close-up, crinkling as I stretched and straightened out my toes.” —Emma Magnolia

“All in, he spent over $1,500.”

6. “I sell sets of five photos for $10 and $4-per-minute videos. I upcharge $2 to say the customer’s name and $3 to involve a dildo. I average about $1,000 a month just on feet content.” —Lil Booty Judy

7. “One fan wanted a scenario with expensive heels dangling from my feet. He bought the pedicure, the shoes (which I got to keep), and four photos. All in, he spent over $1,500.”
Lexi Luna

8. “My rate depends on where I sell them, how the person asked, and how I feel that day. I can charge a strip club customer for taking pictures in a champagne room exponentially more than I can charge a random OnlyFans subscriber. The rate is usually somewhere between $25 and $500. I also add an asshole tax if I don’t feel like I was approached respectfully about it.” —Daisy Ducati

9. “Someone paid extra during a livestream for me to show my feet after I said I was hiding them because they were dirty. The fan paid $150 for me to wave my feet in front of the camera.” —Nikki Zee

10. “The most I’ve made off of a single foot picture was $450 plus the cost of a pedicure. This specific customer wanted his name painted on my toenails, so it was a bit pricier than normal.”—Madi Collins

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Kayla Kibbe (she/her) is the Associate Sex and Relationships Editor at Cosmopolitan, where she covers all things sex, love, dating, and relationships • She lives in Astoria, Queens and probably won’t stop talking about how great it is if you bring it up • Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

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