A model poses with a camera.
(photo credit: REUTERS/INA FASSBENDER)
Are you an amateur photographer? Do you use your phone for more than just selfies? do you feel you have the skills to contribute to the Jerusalem Post's coverage?
If so, now is the time to take to take out your camera, take to the streets and start shooting. The Jerusalem Post is proud to announce a new cooperation with Israeli startup million eyez. Based out of Ramat Gan, million eyez is a photo-sharing social network that enables photographers to share their best work with other enthusiasts as well as publishers and get their images seen by millions of people.
After a simple and free registration process, you will be able to browse mllion eyez's massive bank of photos and contribute your own photos to the site. Many of the photos on the site are part of galleries (called photoboxes). Once on you can view and rate other users and share your photos with them or create a photobox of your own and urge others to contribute.
Below are some of the galleries opened by the Jerusalem Post. If you have a gem hidden in your photo library that think would add to it, don't wait. Click the camera icon on the bottom right of the image, sign up and within minutes your image will be out there for everyone to see.
JERUSALEM OF GOLD
PEOPLE OF THE BOOK
OFFBEAT IN ISRAEL
Note that all photos are subject to review by Millioneyez and Jpost staff. Inappropriate photos will not be published.