Pricing tailored to your needs

All our plans include unlimited free case submissions and basic image monitoring.
Upgrade anytime to one of our premium plans to monitor and protect more images online.

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Submit cases of image theft for free to our world class
Pixsy Resolution Program

We do all the heavy lifting for you and recover compensation for the use of your work. Cases are resolved in-house with a license or handled by one our global partner law firms.

All our plans, free or premium, include:
Unlimited case submissions, for free
No win, no Pixsy fee
50% settlement earnings (55% on our Pro Plan)
Payments within 14 days of receipt

Monitor and protect with Pixsy’s web platform.

Choose the plan that’s right your for needs. Our premium plans pay for itself if you submit cases and get your unauthorized use licensed through Pixsy’s resolution program. Sign up now for our free plan and upgrade anytime.

 

Free
$0/ MO

Our introductory service.

Ideal for new photographers, or those who just want to try out Pixsy’s features.

  • 500 photos monitored
  • Regular* priority scanning
  • 0 DCMA Takedowns
  • 50% settlement earnings
Personal
$19/ MO

Get access to Pixsy’s premium features.

Recommended for hobbyist or amateur photographers with a strong online presence.

  • 2,000 photos monitored
  • High* priority scanning
  • 20 DCMA Takedowns
  • 50% settlement earnings
Most popular
Advanced
$39/ MO

A next-level plan at great value.

This is a solid choice for freelance photographers who need to safeguard their images.

  • 30,000 photos monitored
  • Highest* priority scanning
  • 300 DCMA Takedowns
  • 50% settlement earnings
Pro
$89/ MO

Our highest paid plan.

The best option for seasoned photographers with a substantial and significant body of work.

  • 100,000 photos monitored
  • Highest* priority scanning
  • 900 DCMA Takedowns
  • 55% settlement earnings
*We continuously monitor the use of images on the web from all our users. We prioritise our scanning queue with regards to whether the photos are from a new user, a user who pays for our service and how popular a certain image was when we last scanned it.