Hi vikramroy,

Flickr has partnered with the fabulous Getty Images to offer an invitation-only service for Flickr members to license their photos for commercial use.

The Getty Images team has noticed your work on Flickr, and is pleased to offer you an invitation to enroll with them. They have selected 5 of your photos for possible inclusion in the program. Here are a few of them:

Festival in Bengal. DSC09194 Uttarhalli Hills Vishnu, Mamallapuram Ratha DSC05205RT Wedding in India! Vivekananda Rock.

If you’re interested, find out how to get started at the Flickr page below:

Congratulations! And, good luck!

Regards,

The Flickreenos


For more information:

About Getty Images
http://gettyimages.com

About Flickr’s partnership with Getty Images
http://flickr.com/help/gettyimages/

About opting out of invitations like this:
http://flickr.com/account/prefs/gettyimages/

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About VIKRAM ROY

Hi, I am Vikram, a friend of you! I would like to take this opportunity of personally welcoming you to my blog! You can read my book “The Alchemist A Mystery In Three Acts” Available now on Amazon.com : http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005IDUD4C Always love, Vikram Roy

21 responses »

  1. I think it is a great honor Getty has chosen your images! However, Getty is not much for giving enough photo credit and photo credit doesn’t pay the bills. Unless you are just looking for “exposure” I would ask if they are going to purchase the right to use each image commercially. Otherwise it’s maximum gain for them with little benefit to you. Just my opinion of course 🙂 The images are awesome and worth a dollar amount 🙂

  2. Ah, the sweet taste of success, eh! Good on ya, Vikram!

  3. Story Addict says:

    Nice to see a fellow blogger succeed! Congrats 😀

  4. grosenberg says:

    Fantastic!!! Thanks for sharing this. Congratulations

  5. I was looking at these earlier, and was so impressed by the contrasts – not only of the light, but of the culture and the climate … in some O could feel the opressive heat, in others the coolness of the water.
    The shots take in the streets contrast the distance we still have to go to free ourselves from social separation.
    I saw a TV prodcution called “The Shipbreakers” about the daily life in the shipyard (if you could even call them that) in Alang, India, some of your photos have that feel ….

  6. Tom Lucas says:

    Grats!

  7. Noel Williams (prhayz) www.prhayz.com says:

    Cool!

  8. VIKRAM ROY says:

    Thanks all! Love and big big hugs for the support! 🙂

  9. narhvalur says:

    Congrats , well deserved and a great honour! Ann

  10. ManicDdaily says:

    Congrats. They are wonderful photos! K.

  11. George Weaver says:

    I’ve seen these before and thought they were classic photographs. You’re good Vikram.
    Mabry Campbell can tell you all about Getty Images. He is a Getty photographer. His blog is: http://mabrycampbell.com/. Congratulations on the invite!

  12. chr1 says:

    Those are good photos. Get them out there. Read the contract.

  13. granbee says:

    Congratulations several times over, Vikram. I can see from their selection why they liked your photos. Great photo collection on Flickr is the Getty one!

  14. Your photos are fantastic! Congrats!

  15. Josy says:

    Awesome! Congratulations!

    As everyone else has already said, do read the fine print. 🙂

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