SHOTBYWOMEN Launches on International Women’s Day
The World’s First Stock Image Library Exclusive to Female Creators
On International Women’s Day, 8th March 2022, female owned, Brighton UK based company Female Perspective Ltd is proud to launch the world’s first ever international image bank to house exclusively women-created content spanning all areas of photography.
Founder and photographer, Tabatha Fireman, says: “Opinions, habits, and decisions are often arrived at through the published media we consume every day. With over 80% of it shot from a male gaze, how truthful a representation of our world can that be?
Steering away from the stereotypical views of the subject focus in women photographers’ work, this curated collection spans all areas of photography and will grow to include coverage of all the latest news, sport and entertainment.
The SHOTBYWOMEN collection is curated for quality and the platform is packed with a full range of useful features designed to remove the usual customer journey pains, including:
· Usage Licence History – displays if an image has been previously licenced.
· Photographer Profile Pages – includes bio, contact info, is linked to contributors’ content, and can be followed and shared.
· Live Chat – providing instant assistance from real people, including bespoke picture research and license queries.
· Assignments services – through specialist assignment production team at Female Perspective
Fireman talks about her motivation for SHOTBYWOMEN: “There are so many talented women photographers out there, with a lot of unseen content stored on their hard drives. With SHOTBYWOMEN I hope that I can gain their trust enough to permit me to welcome them to our community for discovery, connection, and additional revenue stream potential. And in turn deliver to image buyers a library brimming with unique content to license. With a focus on uniting, supporting, and promoting global women photographers, this community-centred platform’s driving force is to ensure that future generations are presented with a fairer, more truthful, gender balanced visual representation of the world. #BreakTheBias
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