AudioMicro’s Ryan Born says ImageCollect is quickly becoming one of the world’s largest library of celebrity photos provided by top entertainment photographers, just 8 months after its initial debut.
ImageCollect is adding approximately 40,000 per day, with around 2 million photos still to be added.
The company is celebrating its rapid growth with a completely revamped website, a celebrity photo API and a new pricing and licensing plan that applies the micro-stock business model of iStockphoto and the likes.
Early ImageCollect customers include People Magazine, US Weekly and NY Times Magazine.
ImageCollect owner AudioMicro is backed by DFJ Frontier and Fotolia.
ImageCollect is a micro-stock celebrity photo library. Like “iStockphoto”, but for celebrity images. The ImageCollect photo library possesses over 3M images, all available by subscription for as little as $1 each. Created by veterans of the celebrity photo space, ImageCollect brings together a world-class picture delivery platform, a premier pool of photographers, and experienced entertainment industry vets. Celebrity photos in the ImageCollect library range from iconic archival material, such as shots of a young and exuberant...
AudioMicro, Inc. operates a network of digital content licensing marketplaces, each targeted at a specific vertical - celebrity photos, stock music, sound effects, and YouTube monetization, as well as a few fun and undisclosed web projects. Founded in 2007 and armed with a world-class engineering team, the Company has grown from a fledgling beta website to 3+ online brands and thousands of happy customers served. AudioMicro, Inc. is venture backed by DFJ Frontier, part of the largest VC network...