The Sydney Morning Herald/The Age have introduced a program called 'Clique', where people can pay $25 or $50 to join a photography program for the newspaper. You then submit your photos with the chance to have your photos published in The Age. Yes you pay them and they might publish your photo
Each month you will be given an assignment.
But here is the kicker, not only do you pay them to give them your photos. They also take the rights to every photo submitted:
each participant grants the Organiser (and its related bodies corporate) an irrevocable, non-exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide licence to deal with participants’ images (in any format)
Oh but they do tell you that:
Copyright of the images submitted or shared for the purposes of the Program, including any competition, will at all times remain the property of the photographer.
Nice of them, eh?