Everyone has got a celebrity sighting story, whether it's Beckham on Bond Street, Geri in the gym or a Big Brother contestant at the job centre. But following the launch of a new website you can now do more than just point and stare now you can point and shoot.
The public has an insatiable thirst for pictures of their favourite celebrities which is where new website The Snitcher Desk comes in. With ever-evolving technology in digital cameras and camera phones, photography is becoming more accessible than ever and it's possible for the average member of the public to get a good quality shot. Now by being in the right place at the right time, and with the help of The Snitcher Desk, anyone could find their photographs featuring in newspapers and magazines both in the UK and around the world.
The Snitcher Desk has teamed up with photographic agencies around the globe in order to maximise distribution possibilities. It is simple to submit photos users can either upload their photos direct to the site or send them instantly by e-mail or via their mobile phone.
The photos will be reviewed by Snitcher Desk's picture editors, who will quickly inform you whether the images are good enough to sell. If they are good enough, the photos will be immediately piped onto a syndication network where the world's media will have access to them in a matter of moments. If your photos are bought by a media organisation, The Snitcher Desk will receive 20 per-cent of the fee received for the images while the other 80 per-cent goes to the photographer.
If images are accepted by The Snitcher Desk they require exclusivity rights of the photograph for 120 days, after which you regain the rights and are free to publish elsewhere.