Review date: 1/6/2018
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Seems like they care more about photographers getting compensated compared to other Stock Photo sites like Shutterstock.
They have challenges/contests to inspire photographers.
Allows uploading on website, not just through phone app. So you can upload photos from your fancy camera.
When uploading, it scans your picture and uses an algorithm to calculate possible tags, which has been extremely useful for me to find what I was missing.
When typing in tags, it shows how many photos in their database have been tagged with that tag.
Can tag multiple photos at once by selecting multiple photos when adding tags.
Has "Missions", a challenge/contest for photographers to submit to, with a prize for the winner(s).
Provides html embedding code, so you can advertise your own photos on another website:
Minimum size requirement: 2 Megapixels (MP).
Don't know how to calculate MP? Click here to learn.
They want more artistic and higher quality photos.
Can only edit tags through phone app after photo is already submitted.
On website, maximum tag limit: 25 (but you can have more than 25 on phone app).
Need to enter in tags one at a time, cannot copy and paste tags.
Cannot put link to external website in profile.
Personal Experience FYI
Sign up date: 12/23/2017
This is the first Stock service I've tried.
Made any money/sales? No
Photo upload breakdown:
Minimum payout per photo: $10*
What you get: 50% of sales
What you're paid per sale:
Social license, 1200px @700dpi: $10*
Web License, full size @300dpi: $25*
Full License, full size @300dpi: $125*
*If your photo is selected for premium market, partner prices may differ.