Snap...Send...Sell!

Posted by Roshan Ahmed | 2:32 AM | | 1 comments »



Another cool website I've found last week .When I was reading other posts where it discussed how to earn with photographs I've never found this website ,usually all of those posts just tell about iStock ,fotolia and other websites were we sell images to others .But here it is a little different. You can also sell your videos here. Scoopt sells it to magazines ,newspapers etc. and share revenue with you.


How it works!
Join the website ,free! Then log in to member's area and upload your photos. If your photos meets their criteria you'll get paid. OK let's check what are the criteria . Your photos must be:-

* Topical, current, newsworthy and of interest to the wider public. Family and holiday photos are out! * Unique or otherwise special. This is what gives it its value. * In focus! * Legal. Read our guide below. * Taken at no risk to yourself.

Photos they want. "The best, most valuable photos are those that capture a completely unexpected but sensational event, especially if the professional media are either not present or looking the other way. From a global disaster to a happening in your local town or a chance encounter with a celebrity… so long as a picture has interest, it has value. Photographs of famous people in unusual situations will always be in demand. We are not interested in pictures that are solely intended to cause embarrassment, but we are interested in pictures that have important news value. Photos taken at public events which are being covered by the media will likely have no value."

Photos they Don't need.
"It should go without saying but we will say it anyway. We don't want, and can't sell, photos of your family, loved ones, pets, neighbours, the new car, a best friend's 21st, that stunning sunset, and your family holiday in Tenerife. Photos of children (anybody aged under 16) in any and all situations are a complete no-no and should not be submitted. Please don't go to the trouble of setting up a staged or fake photo or sending in a digitally altered photo thinking we and the media will be fooled and you will earn a heap of money. We won't be fooled, and you won't make any money.If you are in any doubt about whether to submit your photo, send it in. We consider every photo that is submitted. " (note: These two paragraphs are exactly copied from scoopt's page .You can see it here )
So here you are a ciziten journalist, go and work here decently .Read their FAQ page and 'How it works' page before joining. Visit Scoopt

1 comments

  1. Timothy567 // November 2, 2008 at 3:11 AM  

    that was a
    *cool
    *great
    *unknown
    website. chaos!

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