Warehouse Management Software Company uses Lenzr as Image Licensing Tool

Warehouse Stockpiles is the second in a series of three photo contests sponsored by a software company that seeks images for their new website, and will accept submissions from people living in the USA and Canada, Much like the first contest, A Manufacturing Process, this competition follows a user / sponsor reward structure whereby the winning image is licensed for $250 alongside three other images @$75 each selected from anywhere in the index (so not just the Top Ten user ranked images).

In this match the sponsor seeks images of inventory stock being managed to accompany text on the Production Planning page of their website. There’s already one picture there, and its a close-up of a control box, and not very exciting. Please see also the Inventory Management page. That page is another target for which they are procuring images and is perhaps best represented by the contest title, Warehouse Stockpiles. The web pages need some visual references that compliment the text, but are not overwhelming. The reward is $250 CAN

Upload pictures now, and right up until November 25th, 2011. It’s recommended that you promote your pictures when voting begins Nov 15, 2011 to get into the Top Ten grouping. Judges pick from the Top Ten images that are locked down on the 25th of November at 12:01 am when voting ends – the winner is announced Dec 1st 2011

Sound off here in the comments or visit the discussion forum, Warehouse Stockpiles Open to Americans. Warehouse Stockpiles leads the pack as all four October Lenzr photo contests detailed on Dumpdiggers discussion forum ; the piece above is an excerpt from that dialogue.

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