Photographer’s Direct is a leading independent Photo Stock Agency. They provide Fair Trade Images and offer the highest commission payout to photographers than any other stock photography agency in the industry.
They present eighty per cent (80%) payouts to freelance photographers which is way more than what you would ever expect from other stock photography agencies.
Photographer’s Direct is a perfect way for sellers and buyers to negotiate on image fees. There are no seller’s prices listed for this reason.
What a great way to reduce your carbon footprint! Better still, have your images printed through an eco friendly printing company and have it framed as a gift. Their images would make great gifts for any occasion. There are many uses for images offered for sale at Photographer’s Direct.
Having exclusive rights to an image you like, means you may have to negotiate a higher commission on that particular image. This will ensure though that other buyers will not be able to use that same image.
Photographer’s Direct is a “Fair Trade Photo Market Place”. They reach out to more photographers by offering a higher commission. This is great for the buyer as they will be able to view beautiful images of various talented photographers.
Once you find a digital image you like, you can submit a request to the seller. As soon as there is an agreement over the price you are willing to pay and what you are using it for, you pay the seller and they submit the full resolution image to you.
Being fair on your asking price will generate more interest from those sellers. If you know what type of image you are looking for, you have the option of sending your request to sellers over what image you are interested in buying. This could save you hours of research time over looking for that perfect image.
Please support Independent Photographers by purchasing their images from Photographer’s Direct. This fair trade stock photography agency have so many beautiful images available for sale that you could easily spend hours looking through their “Wow” category.