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Stock photo site LuckyOliver partnership
Ralf Jurrien : June 25th 2007 - 21:20 CET
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NewsStock photo site LuckyOliver partnership : Bloggers, graphic designers, students, teachers and others searching for images will now have an additional resource - the growing library of inexpensive, royalty-free images available at LuckyOliver. Through partnership arrangements, LuckyOliver's images will be highlighted in search results at PictureSandbox, Pixsy, and ImageTrail. "We're excited to be able to offer our users more quality photos to choose from for the creative projects," said Dr. Augustine Fou, Founder and CEO of PictureSandbox. "LuckyOliver's collection of photos from semi-professional and professional photographers adds significant value to users looking for stock photos," he added
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"The Pixsy Media Search Platform is a great solution to organize and manage LuckyOliver's extensive collection of stock photography," said Chase Norlin, Pixsy CEO. "Now professionals and consumers will have an easy search capability to immediately access images for all of their publishing needs." The partnerships create an additional avenue for LuckyOliver images to be seen. On each of the three photo search engines, users looking for a specific search term will be able to consider purchasing a royalty-free LuckyOliver image.

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"It's all about innovative ways to get our community's photographs in front of buyers," said Bryan Zmijewski, LuckyOliver's founder. "But equally important is getting these photographs in front of audiences who didn't realize they were buyers until they saw an image they had to have. The fact that our photos are so affordable-starting at just a dollar - means that folks who are searching for free photos won't have to stretch too far to imagine paying for the exact image they want."

About LuckyOliver
Founded in 2006, LuckyOliver, a product of MegaGlobal Image Syndicate, Inc., provides amateur and professional photographers and graphic designers a community-based outlet in which to sell and purchase photographs. LuckyOliver is committed to furthering photography education and making high-quality photos available to the public at a reasonable cost.

About PictureSandbox
PictureSandbox is a licensing and payments application that enables original content owners on large sharing sites like Flickr to license their work for use as stock photos - making approximately 1 billion images searchable by potential image buyers. PictureSandbox also helps photographers maximize their profits by calculating "market clearing prices" for individual photos, using historic transaction data from the marketplace. PictureSandbox is a flagship site operated by LicenseSandbox, LLC, an angel-funded company, founded April 25, 2007.

About Pixsy
Pixsy Corporation is an award-winning media search platform that powers private label image and video search engines for online websites and applications. Pixsy brings a new suite of tools to the multimedia search sector and is creating new search-based ad opportunities in the process. Pixsy's multimedia spiders and index also let it create compelling vertical search applications for customers that can serve as multimedia launching points for vertical portals. Pixsy has offices in San Francisco, CA and Seattle, WA and was founded by a team of engineers and business leaders hailing from Microsoft, Sony, and ValueClick.

About ImageTrail
ImageTrail is an affordable stock image search engine. With a robot, it constantly indexes the nets top microstock agencies and provide combined results to allow users to compare images and agencies. All the stock photos shown on ImageTrail are available for legal and professional use through downloads for prices between $1 and $5.

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