Interesting website with the chance of getting work published... check it out!

Hi folks

Well, I had a great morning of photographic endeavours planned for yesterday morning on my day off… to get up early and get a shot of the Faisaliah Tower here in Riyadh, the first skyscaper here, designed by Norman Foster and completed a few years back. All would have gone well if it hadn’t rained.. bloody typical timing for it to be the first rain since last April!

Anyway, getting to the point, I am planning to photograph this building for inclusion on a website that was passed onto me by Meach and thought I would share it with you here.. the site, not the picture!

The site is www.fotolibra.com and basically this is a site where publishers or researchers can come to find images and buy from the site. Like Redbubble, all images remain your own and are fully copyrighted.

Whenever particular images have been requested from publishers then they will inform all members of the requirements. As a standard member you can upload up to 12 images for free or for a certain price you can have unlimited storage.

Currently, there are publishers looking for some certain images of China, images of chip vans for a new Roddy Doyle book cover, images of 500 particular buildings from around the world and for all you vampire lovers they are looking for some images of young vampire slayer type girls for some more book covers.

So, go check it out and sign up for full details… You gotta be in it to win it!


As a footnote, and to further Stuarts comment below, I don’t ever see it as a site to pay and display a gallery of work like I have here on Redbubble. Simply to keep an eye on what is being requested by publishers.. if I have something suitable for inclusion then I will upload and if not successful, take it off the site after the deadline for that submission has passed. With space for 12 free uploads, perhaps just a gallery of my top 6 shots will allow for any random hits and also give me room for uploading any particular shots for submission when required.

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