According to Getty, it usually charges between $500 and $600 for "rights managed" images, of which photographers get 30 to 40 percent, and approximately $250 for non-exclusive use of images, (photographers get 20 percent of that). Good news to say the least, but why is Getty turning to Flickr? Simple: it wants to add authenticity to its own database. Also, the Flickr pool is appealing to advertisers, according to Getty's co-founder and chief executive Jonathan Klein. The plan will be implemented in coming months, but for photo enthusiasts who can't wait or who perhaps are not chosen, try heading to iStockphoto, another popular Getty-owned photo catalog, to post your favorite images.