Last Updated on 05/30/2019 by Mark Beckenbach
Travel, snap, earn; that’s the premise behind Artem Chystiak’s photography app Camerica.
There are so many photography apps in mobile marketplaces that offer the chance to make money by sharing your photos. But a new photography app from Artem Chystiak aims to put a little bit of a spin into things that could help make you a little bit of cash on the side if you happen to be in the right place at the right time. Join us after the break for more information about a potential new photography app called Camerica.
Camerica is a new project at Indiegogo and currently has 58 days left to generate the $9,800 needed to take the project to the next stage. Artem Chystiak came up with the idea for Camerica when his daughter asked to see a photo of the town where she was born, but Artem did not have a picture like this on his phone, and the town in question was thousands of miles away.
Artem’s simple idea is to create a photography app where users can request pictures of a certain place, at a certain time of day (and other requirements to be met). Anyone can log into the photography app and can choose any request that has been made. Once the job is completed, and the photo has been verified through geo-tagging, the photographer will make a small amount of money. You’re not going to get rich by doing this unless you happen to have a million requests for the area where you live. But over time, a little extra spending money could be earned. At the start, Camerica will only be available to users in America, but it will be available for both Apple and Android users.
The app is still in very early stages of development. In fact, the app and associated website still need to be fleshed out, so along with asking for backers, Artem is also asking for help from others who have app and website design knowledge and experience. He is ready to negotiate terms with anyone who can add something to the project. If you would like to be a backer of Camerica, visit the project page over on Indiegogo, and if you would like to be a part of the project reach out to Artem.