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« Reply #125 on: January 30, 2013, 15:29 »
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Just found these two:

Fotolia - www.parangaimages.com   my whole Fotolio port is here.
Fotolia - www.awallfactory.com   this one shows my images in 960px without watermark. Is this a partner?


« Reply #126 on: January 30, 2013, 18:13 »
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Just found these two:

Fotolia - www.parangaimages.com   my whole Fotolio port is here.
Fotolia - www.awallfactory.com   this one shows my images in 960px without watermark. Is this a partner?


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Awallfactory.com seems to only have a handful of images total, none of mine from FT or otherwise.

I'll add parangaimages.com when I do the next update.

« Reply #127 on: February 05, 2013, 05:24 »
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Can anyone confirm that Ingram Publishing's SignElements (formerly iSignStock) feeds into Thinkstock? Thinkstock being a Google Drive conveyor.

Apologies if I've missed something already posted.

[Edited for clarity]


Hello,

Just answered to this query here: http://www.microstockgroup.com/istockphoto-com/removing-photo-from-thinkstock/25/

We're not distributing any content originally uploaded to SignElements to Thinkstock :)

« Reply #128 on: February 05, 2013, 20:35 »
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Profimedia lists my portfolio there as 4,129 which is amusing as I don't have that number of images anywhere.

They have images from 123rf, Alamy (both RM and RF) and Veer. You can check the alamy fairly easily via the list of sources on the left side; you can see Veer from the watermark, but they aren't in the list on the left. None of the Corbis names (Ivy, blue, ...) bring up the Veer images.

They don't list Inmagine, or 123rf but by looking at CanStock (which sends content to its parent company Fotosearch) and 123rf portfolios, I was able to pretty clearly see it was 123rf. I haven't uploaded since early 2012 to 123rf, whereas CanStock, Alamy are up to date. Veer images are marked and I only have 800+ there.

This is such a mess (a) because they have multiple copies of the same image and (b) because they're at different prices.

One, two, three.

The price for the largest size ranges from 200 Czech crowns to 600 to 9,100 depending on which copy you buy (~$11 to ~ $33 to ~$500)

If I swtich the language from Czech to English (using the site's option to do so, not Google translate), some of the copies of the image stay around and one says

"Object id 0141117161 was deleted"

So I guess they only have rights from some of their suppliers to sell it in certain markets? I can switch to Hungarian for that image and it still shows. This explains why my portfolio size there is only 2K+ images if I set the site to English.
I suppose it's not entirely my problem that they're doing this and my name doesn't appear anywhere - I'm just artist PC-0128468216! But it just looks so stupid and I hate to see my work on a site that looks stupid.

For the item with the Veer watermark, the prices in crowns translate to $2.75 for the small size and $33 for the largest which is reasonably close to the $2 to $30 that Veer charges for that item

The more I learn about these partner deals the less I like them. And why would a buyer shop there given what a total shambles the "store" is?
« Last Edit: February 06, 2013, 01:41 by jsnover »

« Reply #129 on: February 06, 2013, 13:09 »
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Not sure if zazzle/prophoto was listed. Is this a partner program?

« Reply #130 on: February 06, 2013, 14:29 »
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Not sure if zazzle/prophoto was listed. Is this a partner program?

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Partner to which microstock agency?  I'm trying to keep the list focused on just microstock, but if there is a link, I'm happy to post it.  Can you provide more information?

« Reply #131 on: February 06, 2013, 15:30 »
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Sorry, was not sure if I could post a link here. This might be something we need to watch?
http://www.zazzle.com/prophoto/ [nofollow]

« Reply #132 on: February 06, 2013, 16:01 »
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Sorry, was not sure if I could post a link here. This might be something we need to watch?
http://www.zazzle.com/prophoto/


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Thanks!  I'll add that in when I do my next update.  It would be Istock content moved to Getty on to Zazzle.

« Reply #133 on: March 06, 2013, 21:42 »
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Is GlowImages or a supplier called "Gamma Illustrations" affiliated with a big agency? I noticed this supplier has supplied one of my images (with my name below it) to GlowImages.

http://www.glowimages.com/

Supplier Gamma Illustrations (featured as a 'collection' on GlowImages):
http://www.glowimages.com/index.cfm?/supplierinfo_EN&supplierUUID=IMSSUPPLIER:996A95B0-D485-6454-EA44491555143BC8


Edit: I sitemailed them, this particular collection is due to a contract with PantherMedia. They also have a contract with 123RF.


Added to the list.  Thanks for flagging it!
« Last Edit: March 06, 2013, 21:49 by Sadstock »

« Reply #134 on: March 06, 2013, 21:43 »
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New one I don't see listed

Yay

http://business-stock-photo.com/

Thanks!  Added to the list

« Reply #135 on: March 06, 2013, 21:48 »
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Profimedia lists my portfolio there as 4,129 which is amusing as I don't have that number of images anywhere.

They have images from 123rf, Alamy (both RM and RF) and Veer. You can check the alamy fairly easily via the list of sources on the left side; you can see Veer from the watermark, but they aren't in the list on the left. None of the Corbis names (Ivy, blue, ...) bring up the Veer images.

They don't list Inmagine, or 123rf but by looking at CanStock (which sends content to its parent company Fotosearch) and 123rf portfolios, I was able to pretty clearly see it was 123rf. I haven't uploaded since early 2012 to 123rf, whereas CanStock, Alamy are up to date. Veer images are marked and I only have 800+ there.

This is such a mess (a) because they have multiple copies of the same image and (b) because they're at different prices.

One, two, three.

The price for the largest size ranges from 200 Czech crowns to 600 to 9,100 depending on which copy you buy (~$11 to ~ $33 to ~$500)

If I swtich the language from Czech to English (using the site's option to do so, not Google translate), some of the copies of the image stay around and one says

"Object id 0141117161 was deleted"

So I guess they only have rights from some of their suppliers to sell it in certain markets? I can switch to Hungarian for that image and it still shows. This explains why my portfolio size there is only 2K+ images if I set the site to English.
I suppose it's not entirely my problem that they're doing this and my name doesn't appear anywhere - I'm just artist PC-0128468216! But it just looks so stupid and I hate to see my work on a site that looks stupid.

For the item with the Veer watermark, the prices in crowns translate to $2.75 for the small size and $33 for the largest which is reasonably close to the $2 to $30 that Veer charges for that item

The more I learn about these partner deals the less I like them. And why would a buyer shop there given what a total shambles the "store" is?


Added profimedia.cz

« Reply #136 on: March 06, 2013, 21:50 »
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Been a while since I did an update so I added a bunch today.
3-6-13 - Added Glowimages.com to 123RF
3-6-13 - Added Profimedia.cz to 123RF
3-6-13 - Added Clashot.com to Depositphotos
3-6-13 - Added Ibudgetphoto.com to Depositphotos
3-6-13 - Added Pond5 to Depositphotos
3-6-13 - Added Eapoo.com to Dreamstime
3-6-13 - Added Apimages.com to Fotolia
3-6-13 - Added Glowimages.com to Panthermedia
3-6-13 - Added Depositphoto to Pond5
3-6-13 - Added Pixmac to Pond5
3-6-13 - Added Yaymicro to Pond5
3-6-13 - Added Ibudgetphoto.com to Pond5
3-6-13 - Added Ingram to SignElements
3-6-13 - Added Fotochannels.com to Veer
3-6-13 - Added Ibudgetphoto.com to Veer
3-6-13 - Added Pocketstock.com to Veer
3-6-13 - Added Profilephotolibrary.com to Veer
3-6-13 - Added Veerchina.com to Veer
3-6-13 - Added Ibudgetphoto.com to Yaymicro
3-6-13 - Removed Pond5 from 123RF
3-6-13 - Removed Profimedia.cz from unknown
3-6-13 - Removed Pocketstock.com from unknown

« Reply #137 on: March 07, 2013, 01:40 »
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that looks really great.


« Reply #138 on: March 23, 2013, 18:09 »
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Pixers is also doing business at http://pixersize.com

This may be added as well.

Microbius

« Reply #139 on: March 24, 2013, 05:09 »
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is vector.us a Fotolia partner?

« Reply #140 on: March 24, 2013, 10:22 »
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Hi does it mean the 'gamma illustrations' are from panthermedia?

I saw my image are under that collections too, web price $159 to xl $399, how much one can get from this partner sales?

Is GlowImages or a supplier called "Gamma Illustrations" affiliated with a big agency? I noticed this supplier has supplied one of my images (with my name below it) to GlowImages.

http://www.glowimages.com/

Supplier Gamma Illustrations (featured as a 'collection' on GlowImages):
http://www.glowimages.com/index.cfm?/supplierinfo_EN&supplierUUID=IMSSUPPLIER:996A95B0-D485-6454-EA44491555143BC8


Edit: I sitemailed them, this particular collection is due to a contract with PantherMedia. They also have a contract with 123RF.

Beppe Grillo

« Reply #141 on: June 11, 2013, 04:08 »
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In the list in the first post I have seen that Shutterstock has BigStock as partner.
I have my portfolio on Shutterstock and almost the same portfolio on BigStock.

So the question is: does it have some sense to opt in for partners on Shutterstock?


« Reply #142 on: September 11, 2013, 08:09 »
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I have asked them few weeks ago (CD)  - they sant me  e -mail explaining that they are partners with 123rf

lucato

  • [<o>] Brasil


« Reply #143 on: September 15, 2013, 05:18 »
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Amazing list. Thanks a lot for sharing it.

Another useful info to add IMHO in the 1st post/list, right below 'opt out: yes/no" would be if the agency shows the income from partners (Yes/No). So, if you get to know how much did you make from partners.

Have a great Sunday.

« Reply #144 on: September 30, 2013, 07:09 »
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Please anyone knows  http://www.jitu5.com  ? I saw my contents there but I'm not sure if is an affiliate website ... or something different..
I'm working with SS DT 123 FT IS DP BS PD

thanks for help

« Reply #145 on: September 30, 2013, 08:14 »
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Who's got what, where is it, how do I know how much I made.... These answers don't come easy and is why I always opt out whenever possible.

fotorob

  • I am a professional stock photographer

« Reply #146 on: October 29, 2013, 05:50 »
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I just wanted to add a detail.

It is possible at Panthermedia to opt out of Partner Programs, you find the checkbox here:
http://anbieter.panthermedia.net/pm/mediarights

(it's under "general settings / distribute to PM and distribution partners)

« Reply #147 on: November 06, 2013, 01:29 »
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I found my images at Vector Backgrounds, and apparently they are a partner of some sort with Shutterstock?

http://vector-background.com/

Their pricing links just go to Shutterstock as do any download links - so other than a coupon code for 10% off, it's not clear why they exist.

Does anyone know anything about them? Is this just a link farm/referral fee farm?

Same sort of thing from Vectors 123

http://vectors123.com/author/Jo%20Ann%20Snover
« Last Edit: November 06, 2013, 01:36 by Jo Ann Snover »

Uncle Pete

« Reply #148 on: November 09, 2013, 17:59 »
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Interesting and the 10% discount on SS subscriptions is more of a mystery?

2013 Vector-backgrounds.com Vector Backgrounds and Patterns
Our partner: HQstockphotos.com Royalty Free Stock Photos and Images & PurePatterns.com Free Patterns and Textures
In cooperation with Shutterstock


I found my images at Vector Backgrounds, and apparently they are a partner of some sort with Shutterstock?

http://vector-background.com/

Their pricing links just go to Shutterstock as do any download links - so other than a coupon code for 10% off, it's not clear why they exist.

Does anyone know anything about them? Is this just a link farm/referral fee farm?

Same sort of thing from Vectors 123

http://vectors123.com/author/Jo%20Ann%20Snover

« Reply #149 on: November 10, 2013, 00:43 »
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I am just waiting for the 3rd and 4th party sales where we get basically nothing but each site skims their chunk from the sale. come to think of it, unless we knew the original sale location and price we would have no way of knowing that was what happened. ugh.


 

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