The ephotos user collection allows you to make your images available as a licensed digital download, for editorial use, or as an unframed high end custom photographic print for people's walls.
When you upload an image to your ephotos account, you are given two options to make the image available within your "collection." By clicking on the gear icon below your image, you can create a caption, select a unique name for your image and select from a list of pricing options to make your images available.
During our beta testing period, we have predetermined multiple pricing tiers for you to choose from. Our pricing ranges from as low as 95 dollars for a digital download all the way up to 1295.00 for a custom fiber based black and white silver gelatin print.
Sample collection link: ephotos.com/chi/nycskyline
Terms for digital download compensation are 80% to the creator of the image and 20% to ephotos for all digital downloads.
Terms for photographic prints are 60% to the creator and 40% to ephotos with all the production and delivery costs being handled by ephotos.
All you have to do is take great photos, promote your work and we'll handle the rest. Seamless, pain free transactions is our goal to take away the hassle and allow you to focus on taking great pictures and making money.
You provide the image, we house them and help you monetize them with the majority of the money being paid directly to the image creator.
Unlike the other image licensing companies out there, ephotos wanted to invert the compensation model in order to make sure that the majority of all profits from an image license or print sale is passed along to the creator.
We work with you to achieve optimal quality from your digital file or scan. Custom color prints are ideal for the discriminating image maker that wants to spend more time making photos and less time on their computer. All prints are made on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Papers
Custom color inkjet print processing includes:
The fusion of modern digital technology and true silver gelatin fiber printing. We use a Lightjet 430 photographic laser printer that exposes Ilford silver gelatin papers. The RGB tri-color laser produces continuous tones and your print is processed in traditional Ilford black and white photo chemistry in our one-of-a-kind 50" processor for a completely neutral image tone, without color cast, and proven archival superiority.
ILFORD GALERIE FB (Fiber Base) DIGITAL SILVER