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« on: July 05, 2007, 07:57 »
I've been introduced to a new Stock site
All those guys like me who have tons of wildlife pics, this is the place to sell them  ;D
And they pay in EURO!!!
50% commission!!!
Sounds like a great deal to me.
They have royalty free and Rights managed section.
For all the negative people... Before you start... I've only mailed my CD's today, so I have NO IDEA what sales are like, and yes you have to mail DVD/CD's but hell, they'll do IPTC for you. How easy is it to just cut all your pics to DVD and then put it in the mail. Thats that!!! No uploading for days on end (I had over 700 to sumit).
discussed moneybookers with the owner and he's investigating it as an option, same as FTP.
At the moment they do Paypal.
But enough of my rambling, just go have a look at the site. I actually qiute like their layout.
P.S. They are looking for ALL Africa related pics from ANY African Country.

« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2007, 15:59 »
Thanks for sharing.  Seems a good place to put my African trips images. 

Is it me or is there no information about image size when you browse them?


« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2007, 16:16 »
Hey Nightowl...

I have been keeping an eye on them, but it doesn't seem that they are growing!? have they reviewed your images?

I got fed-up with redimages because I had images in their queue for 14 months that was never reviewed, so I removed the lot and moved them all to picolib.

There is another South African site called snapshot ( but their pricing is scary!

Quality: Small
Dimensions: 332x500(px)
Price: R70.00

For the non-South Africans R70.00 = $10 per image



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