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Getting your photos onto the Picture Public Health marketplace — and getting paid — is easy. Here’s how it works.
After you upload a photo, we’ll let you know if it’s been accepted (yay!) or rejected (sorry!) within 10 days. If a photo gets rejected and you have questions, just send us an email for more detailed feedback.
We pay $4 for each time someone buys one of your photos. (Yep — it’s that simple.)
Once you’ve sold your first image, we’ll be in touch to get payment information from you (like a W-9) and get the ball rolling! We send payments once a month.
When you submit photos to Picture Public Health, they’re under a non-exclusive license: you keep the rights to the photo (so you can sell it somewhere else too, if you want). This also means that you’re responsible for all the legal paperwork, like model releases. We don’t want you to get in trouble, so please make sure you understand your legal responsibilities before you submit any photos!
For buyers, all photos are licensed royalty-free, without exclusivity — multiple buyers can purchase and use the same image. Buyers have the flexibility to use photos multiple times, in various situations and for an unlimited time. Commercial use, like marketing or advertising, isn’t usually allowed, but we sometimes make exceptions for select organizations, like clinics or hospitals.
Check out our Terms & Conditions to get all the details.