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Photaki is looking for photographers and illustrators with large collections

Photaki is a stock photography agency created by photographers and designers, one of the fastest growing libraries on the web in the last years. Photaki is currently available to the global market in 12 languages and counts more than 5 million potential customers every month. One of the peculiarity of this agency is the presence of two different licenses: classic Royalty Free used in microstock and a simplified type of Rights Managed.

Photaki is looking for photographers or illustrators with a great portfolio size. In this case, you can contact directly Photaki and  they will advise you on how to join the agency saving your  time and giving you a further channel to license your work.

photaki sell images

We are talking of portfolios with at least 1000 images (photographs or illustrations) prepared for the publication so they can help you to automate the entire process of making images live saving your time precious for producing new images.

Photaki offers: 

  • The highest commissions of the market from 50% to 80%
  • An exclusive professional portfolio for collaborators
  • Detailed visits / sales statistics
  • Ability to set the price for the use of your images
  • Geotagging of the images available
  • Unlimited storage capacity for your pictures
  • Payout 50€ via Paypal
  • A very good affiliation program, both for photographers and customers referred

You can also find Photaki on facebook and twitter:

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Roberto is an amateur photographer from Italy. He has been selling his photos at microstock since 2006 an then he added a small blog activity to write about the experiences in the world of photographic microstock and related business. The blog has progressively grown in a microstock and stock photography magazine, a complete info center – news, interviews, tips, tools, statistics for photographers/illustrators/designers/buyers selling and buying royalty-free images - and is going to consolidate its position in the sector. You can find here a specialized and motivated audience with photographic business interests.