My Picfair Store awarded Images
My Picfair Store awarded Images-Picfair is an image platform and library based in the UK but with global reach. It was set up by a former Guardian and New York Times journalist, who noticed that newspapers and magazines appeared to use a very limited pool of photographers. He was also keen to get a fairer deal for photographers who submit shots to image libraries and see the majority of the fee taken away in commission.
Consequently, PicFair is available for use by all photographers and you set the fee that you want to receive. If an image sells, Picfair adds 20% on top of your fee.
What’s more, it’s free to set-up a standard Picfair account. Once that’s created, you can upload Jpeg images to a maximum size of 30MB (minimum of 800 pixels wide) and start selling. Picfair handles all the licensing and markets the images like other image libraries. However, you also get your own shop that displays only your images.
Images can be licensed for digital download, personal, editorial, commercial and advertising use. In addition, clients can order your image as a print – there’s a small range of formats available.
It looks like a simple, clean website.
This is a message I go from Picfair We liked some of them so much that we’ve awarded them Picfair stars – meaning they are amongst the very best images uploaded to Picfair! Below are four images that they picked. Niagara Falls, During the winter. The Coast Guard tall ship The Eagle, taken on Monhegan Island Maine, Famed Canadian tightrope walker Jay Cochrane, taken in Niagara Falls, and a cat that I took in Mykonos, Greece.
You can vist my store at https://www.picfair.com/users/CharlieVan