A few more details about All Access Photo Agency:
- The number of celebrity images in the database is currently small, around 1,200 photos.
Next milestone for 2008: 10,000 images.
- As assumed earlier, there is some "old stuff" from summer and autumn on the website right now.
- New images from at least five celebrity events having taken place in December were uploaded.
- All Access plans to cover 20 - 30 celebrity events in January 2008, after that date the number of covered events will continuously rise.
Image: Copyright All Access Photo Agency/AAPA 2007.
Jack Nicholson arrives at the World Premiere of "The Bucket List", Cinerama Dome, Dec. 16, 2007, Hollywood.
All Access shows five images with Jack Nicholson from this event. WireImage´s $200 million heavy image database returns 30 images: "If you are interested in a WireImage editorial and/or commercial account to license images for print, web, and broadcast use, you can apply here."
All Access´ response:
- Photos, corrected and captioned, will be published 1 - 3 hours after the conclusion of a celebrity event, thus most photos from evening celebrity events will up by midnight the same day.
- The photographers of All Access will remain anonymous during this soft launch period of the celebrity photo agency, but "once things get moving, hopefully by mid-January, we will have names and contact info of the parties/companies involved".
- It is true: "Any newspaper, magazine, online publication can use our images, our only policy is that images can not be re-sold for a profit and we have to receive a photo credit. Other than that there are no restrictions on our copyrights".
All information published here with full approval by AAPA.
- Getty Images, WireImage, All Access Celebrity Photo Agency and Wireimaged
(Dec. 22, 2007)
- New All Access Celebrity Photo Agency ... And A New Wireimaged Blog
(Dec. 19, 2007)
- Update on All Access Celebrity Photo Agency (AAPA)
(Dec. 19, 2007)
- "We are also continuing to adapt how we get a market and serve
and sell to customer. When a market changes, we tend to be very close
to that change and evolve with it".
(Jonathan Klein, Nov. 01, 2007)