Today it was announced by street photographer and founder of In-Public, Nick Turpin, that he would be launching a new site that would be dedicated to making money for street photographers.
Street photography has always been one of the hardest mediums for artists to make any substantial money from, with most doing it for the love rather than the cash. However, this new platform named - Street Photo Library - will allow street photographers to upload their content for potential image buyers from around the world to purchase it.
What sets this apart from other image licensing sites is that it will be completely focused on street photography - ensuring quality street work doesn't get lost in the sea of other genres.
Nick Turpin said - “I am excited to announce today, something I have been working on for some months.
Why shouldn't Street Photographers make a living?
I've created a picture library just for Street Photography, we are in phase 2 of building the library which opens it up to all good Street Photographers to join and submit work”.
Phase 3 will be rolled out in the next couple of months, in which the platform will be launched to image buyers.
How to register and submit your images
To learn more about how you can register and submit your images - watch the step by step guide below.