Commonfloor.com has introduced a new ‘Free-lenser’ program aimed at amateur and freelance photographers that will help them work and earn.
CommonFloor is calling-in entries from photographers who are interested to "capture pictures of a locality which can depict the essence and nuisance of that area."
"This first-of-its-kind program will work as a vehicle for photographers to capture the life in various localities, enabling people across the country to explore localities and zero-in on their dream property via their photographs.
"Through this program, CommonFloor will be able to generate location centric pictorial data across the country and at the same time, be able to offer jobs for many who love photography," the company said.
Commenting on the announcement, Sumit Jain, Co-Founder & CEO, CommonFloor.com, said: "CommonFloor Free-lenser is a remarkable initiative encouraging freelancers to join hands with us and contribute to our dream of having every property in the country listed on our platform."
According to the company, more than 50 freelancers have signed-up for the program, covering about 100 localities across five cities.
"We look forward to getting more photographers and travel enthusiasts on board, helping us capture the story of every locality and share it with our users," said Jain.