"We have a real address in Los Angeles and in March in NYC. Our photos do not credit the photogs because we want the credit to be the agency name only.
The company is owned by the photogs who take the pics. The images come from the photogs who run/founded the company."
"We also accept submission through the site from photogs who have extra photos from events. We own the copyrights on all of our film.
Of course we want to remain anonymous."
The business model? Look at the ads on All Access, and - it´s a celebrity website - imagine over time hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of visitors per month and the images of All Access spread all over the internet, from MySpace to Facebook.
And there´s no middleman taking a cut.
Photos can be used for print for free, All Access notes, and for a couple of publications four months old images from certain celebrities will definitively work fine.
Furthermore, AAPA plans to constantly update the photo database with current events.