When you sell a photo through EyeEm Market, you will always receive 50% of the revenue.
The amount the photo sells for depends on the license purchased:
- Social Licenses sell for $20 per photo.
- Web Licenses sell for $50 per photo.
- Full Commercial Licenses sell for $250 per photo.
The Difference between EyeEm Market pricing and partner pricing
Photos sold through Partner Pricing can vary in price according to the partner’s own set pricing systems. There are a number of ways that buyers can purchase photos on partner sites such as Getty Images.
The price advertised on these sites often applies for first time buyers or single purchases only. Some clients will buy your images through subscriptions or packages, i.e they download a high volume of images in one go, which leads to significant discounts on price per image. This may be why your revenue is lower than expected.
The Difference between Commercial and Editorial License
Photos with a Commercial License are more likely to sell because buyers can use them for a wider range of purposes. Photos that either require no releases or have had all the releases signed qualify for a Commercial License. Photos that haven’t had their releases completed are made available only with an Editorial License.