Whether you have been on the platform for years or simply signed up an hour ago, I am sure you have noticed the different levels labeled on your profile. Level’s are our way of keeping the quality of imagery on Snapwire at it’s best. New levels unlock perks that give more exposure and the ability to work directly with buyers.
How leveling works:
Buyers nominate photos on Snapwire submitted to requests or challenges. Once you are marked as a Shooter or above, you'll earn points when your shots are nominated by buyers, licensed by buyers, or marked as Premium by the Snapwire team. Points unlock levels and the higher your level, the more you can submit.
Let’s dive into what each level means and what you need to do as a creator to move up!
Get to Know the Levels
Photo by: PRO | Maile Marie Photography
This is the first level where all creators start! Submit your best shots to Challenges for a chance to get nominated. If your shot is nominated, you'll level up to Shooter and can submit to higher paying buyer Requests.
You're in the game and can now submit shots to higher paid buyer Requests. Get a shot nominated to level up. From here on out, you'll earn points for every nomination or purchase!
Once you have earned 1,000 points, you can now get invited by buyers to shoot their Requests and gain access to selected requests created by the Snapwire team.
You've now had a few shots nominated or sold earning you 5,000 points! It is clear that buyer’s are loving your work. Once you have hit this level, you are featured on our platform as a top creator!
15,000 points! Woohoo! Your work is exceptional, and your shots are nominated and purchased regularly. You can also be invited to Direct Requests from our high paying clients!
After earning 50,000 points it is clear you know what you are doing. Buyers can commission you directly to shoot their projects!
Specially invited, this level is the best of the best of our creators. We have created a master list of our top photographers that have priority access to Buyer’s incoming projects.