A while back I told you that I was starting another adventure into stock photography and today I am excited to tell you that the new site, Pocketstock, has gone live. In fact it’s been up and running since the 13th of July.
There are many awesome photographers contributing more beautiful images than I can count. A very small part of those images are mine! As of this moment Pocketstock has accepted 200 of my photos and I have a few more submitted that are awaiting the review processes.
This brings my stock photo adventures up to four sites; Dreamstime, Fotolia, 123rf, and Pocketstock. I do not have a direct link to my portfolio at Pocketstock yet; but hopefully that’s something that will come soon.
For now I’ve included a few screen shots of some of my work over there.
“Blue sky thinking – Buying images made easy – Search images – find the one you want – buy credits – use it as you want – Best Prices anywhere – You can guarantee that at Pocketstock we will give you the best price for any image or illustration. We have images from little more than a $ and file sizes as small as 0.15 mp and as large as a billboard – they can be used to that size anyway! – Find better images more quickly – We sell the best stock photography produced from around the world. It’s content that is hand-picked by our creative team, so that you don’t have to do as much unnecessary trawling as on other sites.”
“…At Pocketstock we have created a new community that anyone can be a part of. We especially welcome those who wish to search and purchase from this dynamic new picture and content resource. No less significantly, we open our doors to image contributors of varying experience; from amateur first timers, right through to the very best professionals. There’s space for you all at Pocketstock. We, before all other major stock agencies have woken to the idea, accept 5mp images and larger, which have been taken using a phone. We also accept content shot on Large Format, dSLR, and Compact cameras as would be expected. We don’t discriminate against the device, it’s the content that matters to us, not the hardware used. The key drivers at Pocketstock are the democratization of photography and other content, creativity and content usability…. We aim to be unique and that’s a hard ask for any company, especially in a crowded microstock space. It’s our objective to transform microstock, into Pocketstock, after all, democracy is the foundation of most all societies…”
They’ve also got a great blog up and running over at Pocketstock – PocketBlog; so if any of my photog friends are looking for a new adventure be sure to check them out!