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We will proceed awarding royalties after January 31st, as specified in the first post of this thread. They will appear in your earnings as regular $2 sales ($2.2 for exclusive photographers).Posteado en Exciting news: Dreamstime, an official stock photography provider for Google display ads
Yes, we can agree on that, they bought a lot more photos than any other advertising house, big or small.Posteado en Exciting news: Dreamstime, an official stock photography provider for Google display ads
Google's valuation has nothing to do with our discussion. We don't charge any of our clients more just because they're successful. The standard RF license has a limitation only for printed copies (500,000), not for web views ... [Leer más...]
Google's valuation has nothing to do with our discussion. We don't charge any of our clients more just because they're successful. The standard RF license has a limitation only for printed copies (500,000), not for web views (which would be impossible to measure). If you sell a photo at standard subscription fee (0.42 or less for non-exclusives) and it gets on the cover of a book of a very successful author, we won't go after our client, asking for more money just because he's rich. I'm pretty sure that big companies don't pay more for water, electricity or office supplies just because they're doing good.Google sells ads without our pictures anyway. If these pictures will bring them more sales, then we'll call this deal a success for everybody involved, not just for us, the suppliers. And usually a good deal leads to another.I just want to remind you a few key details of this deal:- Google pays upfront, regardless of how successful each photo will be- Google's clients won't receive these pictures- Your pictures won't float around the web unwatermarked, they will only be displayed inside the ads- In the second phase of this project, the payment per selected photo will be made at Extended License prices (much higher than $2.2)
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Never in my life had I thought I would become a photographer... It all started as a small business, in a small town, for small money. I bought my first (small) camera to shoot graduation portraits in high schools. But then, having a digital camera, I took it anywhere with me, and shot everything I saw. This is how the passion grew on me. Photography soon became my passion, my job, my life. The passion got bigger, the camera got bigger, and the money also (because I never forgo ... más
Never in my life had I thought I would become a photographer...
Apuntado :May 30, 2005
Equipo:Canon 1D Mk III, Canon 7D, Canon 20mm f2.8, 28mm f1.8, 50mm f1.4, 85mm f1.8, 100mm 2.8
Temas preferidos:business, social, events
Soy un fotógrafo que trabaja exclusivamente con Dreamstime.com.
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