We hope you are enjoying spending time with your family, friends and pets as much as we are! And as such our offices are closed from December 24th to January 1st, 2016. Not to worry, we are monitoring your emails and will respond to any urgent issue or support email we receive. Our regular office […]
Our great friends over at Photoshelter released a little video about their visit to the Threadless Photo Department in Chicago. Threadless is a community-based t-shirt design company in Chicago. I am sure you are familiar with their awesome geek t-shirt designs. Listen as Grover from Photoshelter interviews Sean Dorgan a self-taught photographer who has been […]
If, like me, you missed the Opening Ceremonies of the Olympics, fear not. The Big Picture has a stunning selection of images that almost transport you there. There are some fantastic images of the ceremonies on flickr too. For more celebration of sports photography head over to The Digital Journalist and the Walter Iooss Jr. […]
Publication rights to photographs of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt‘s newborn twins sold to People and Hello! magazines for the reported sum of $14 million.
On Saturday, August 23rd join organizers Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski and folks from around the world in a two hour walk and photo-taking experience. The photo walk is a free social photography event in celebration of the launch of Kelby’s newly updated Lightroom book and is open to photographers of all skill levels. All […]
Delightful! The folks over at Flickr just announced that the George Eastman House has joined The Commons with three initial sets of images including the Chusseau-Flaviens collection, Southworth & Hawes and Autochromes. George Eastman House is the oldest photography museum in the world, housed in the former home of Mr. George Eastman, the so-called father […]
If you’re not acquainted with “The Big Picture” from the Boston Globe, I highly recommend you stop by and say hello. Plan to stay a while, the images are stunning, the stories compelling. Alan Taylor posts these amazing California wildfire images (and many more) in large format (which makes all the difference, trust me). While […]
Cory Doctorow (Boing Boing) has a great little article in The Guardian titled “Copyright law should distinguish between commercial and cultural uses”. This is something that I have been thinking about for quite some time. Since we are in the business of tracking images and videos, fair use and copyright infringements are daily conversations at […]