Introducing picWorkflow for Stock Photographers

picWorkflow provides image-management and distribution services for stock photographers. It’s my replacement to iSyndica, and although the core service is essentially the same, I’m planning to provide a whole lot more. The goal is to do everything possible to help your photography business run smoothly and efficiently.

Upload your images, easily set and change their metadata, quickly add relevant keywords and sort them into groups for easier management. Distribute them safely to any pre-supported service (24 microstock photography and stock footage agencies supported so far) or add your own custom destinations, then track their status so you’ll always know who is storing, using, or selling your work for you.

The ‘Mission’ of picWorkflow is to provide a high level of service for photographers, achieving these goals:

  • To make managing your portfolio, big or small, as simple as possible
  • To do whatever possible to increase your sales and market-relevance
  • To provide safe and secure storage for your images and their related data
  • To help make running a photography business on any scale easier than ever before

picWorkflow is a pay-as-you go service, there are no subscriptions, no contract tie-ins, no minimum or maximum usage. As a cloud-based service you can manage, store, process and distribute as many or as few images as you need for picWorkflow to help you and your business become a long-term, sustainable and rewarding success.

Distribution starts at 1c per upload and optional storage from 1c per image for 3 months of storage including vector, raw and any other paired files. The status of every file is trackable and helps you make the most of both your existing portfolio and your newest images.

As a special bonus to thank you for using picNiche, registering via this link or entering the promo-code “picniche” will award 100 credits ($1) to your new picWorkflow account:

picWorkflow already supports all these microstock agencies, with more coming on regularly. There’s a lot still being added and I’m really excited about where it’s going 🙂
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One Comment

  1. Posted November 30, 2010 at 10:11 am | Permalink

    Hi All,
    Bob kindly offers 2000 credits for a contest on MyStockPhoto, check it out!

    http://www.mystockphoto.org/introducing-picworkflow-tools-for-stock-photographers-contest/

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