Launches an Innovative Campaign That Pays Individuals to Upload Photos to the New Photography Website

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CIVILPIX Gives Even More pays photo contributors ten dollars for the first 200 bundles of images uploaded to the website by June 30, 2014.

Offering an incentive to contributors to help us build up the photo library shows we are committed to making a valuable resource for the professional community., the latest stock photography platform for location and date specific images, officially launched this past March. The new site already pays more than comparable photography websites, offering its contributors 50% of a photo’s sale price. Now, the site is launching “CIVILPIX Gives Even More,” a unique campaign that will pay individuals ten dollars for the first 200 approved bundles of five or more images they upload to the site by June 30, 2014. In addition, one lucky contributor will win $200 for the most interesting bundle of images uploaded during the campaign.

CIVILPIX Gives Even More was created to not only assist photo contributors throughout the United States earn extra income, but to also help become the leading photography site people turn to when they are in need of photo evidence to help them with legal disputes.

“We believe when becomes a substantial library of location and date specific photographs, it will become the first place both individuals and professionals will look when they need photo evidence to help them with their legal issues,” said Tony Righellis, Creator of “Offering an incentive to contributors to help us build up the photo library shows we are committed to making a valuable resource for the professional community.”

To participate in CIVILPIX Gives Even More, both individuals and professional photographers need to sign up for a free contributor account on and upload a bundle of five or more approved location and date specific photos by June 30, 2014. The images do not have to be professional photographs, simply ordinary photos people come across everyday.

“People frequently ask what kinds of photographs are most valuable, but no one truly knows what may be important to someone down the road,” said Righellis. “If you see something that appears unusual, just not right, potentially dangerous, or is an event that is currently happening, then take pictures of it and upload it to It costs nothing to do so, you will get paid if you do it by June 30, and someday it may be just what someone needs to help them in a legal dispute.”

For more information on CIVILPIX Gives Even More, visit The campaign runs through June 30, 2014 and the winner of the most interesting bundle of images will be announced on July 15, 2014.

Las Vegas-based is a new kind of stock photography resource for engineers, experts, attorneys, insurance adjusters and other professionals to search for, find and buy location and date specific photographs necessary for their legal cases. Ranging from photos of construction sites, roads, aerial shots, casinos, buildings and other everyday images, contributors can upload a single photograph or bundles of images throughout the United States and then get paid each time they are purchased. Contributors are able to set their own price for their photos and then makes them available to those who need them for whatever purpose, such as evidence for litigation trails.

To discover more about the latest photography platform, please visit, or


For further information, please contact:

Up All Day Creative Solutions | Deidre Bakker-Riches | deidre(at)upallday(dot)com | Tony Righellis | righellis(dot)cox(dot)net

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