There was another article not long ago about smartphone photography and selling your pictures through apps. I think needing to do the SEO and marketing would turn a lot of people away from this option though if you can make it work, it's great! Unlimited storage is Free. Users can upload up to MB of photos per month, with no limit on storage. This article argues that this rich photographic record did, however, influence what both organizers and participants understood history and Parisian history to be and how they set about photographing it.
If your photo is picked as one of the winners, you get paid while retaining your rights.
In capturing this tension, participants also preserved something of how they, themselves, understood Paris and the fact that when they looked through their viewfinders they saw not just the city, but also a long and rich tradition of photographs of it. Some sites have a phone number, but those numbers may be blocked in some countries - this happened to me with iStockPhoto, so for them only the 'reply by email' works in the country where I am. They created an unparalleled archive of the city and its history seen through the lens of photographers liberated from the constraints of publication and without an audience in mind. These royalties are deposited into your account immediately, unlike with many other sites where you have to wait to reach a threshold, or payments are made every 30 days. Although they captured people and everyday life, contestants placed major focus on documenting and often juxtaposing old and new architectural elements of the urban landscape.