11 Jul, 2014 | Posted by: bswenson

CHEAP CLOUD -- Adobe Releases New Creative Cloud Photography Plan for $9.99 Per Month - The Wall Street Journal: Adobe today announced the availability of the new Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan. Also introduced today is the all-new Photoshop Mix, a new iPad app that provides access to powerful Photoshop features normally confined to the desktop, enabling compositing and transformative edits while on the go. Built using the new Adobe Creative SDK, Photoshop Mix delivers new levels of Adobe imaging precision and magic to mobile users. SOURCE: http://online.wsj.com/article/PR-CO-20140618-908328.html

06 Jun, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

Myspace Is Embarrassing

With Old Photos
to Win Them Back

- Kurt Wagner: The social network is emailing users old photos of themselves in hopes of enticing them to return to Myspace. The emails include one or two old photos and a line that reads, "The good, the rad and the what were you thinking..." along with a link that takes users to their profile. SOURCE: http://mashable.com/2014/06/01/myspace-old-photos/?utm_cid=mash-prod-email-topstories&utm_emailalert=daily&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=daily

06 Jun, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

SEARCH INSTAGRAM - based on time and place. Zoltan Arva-Toth: Pixifly, a new mobile development company, recently launched the Pixifly photo discovery app for iPhone and iPad, allows users to search Instagram’s billions of images based on time and place, solving the problem of how to find photos tied to certain events or locations. Rather than searching based on keywords or hashtags, Pixifly searches by new filters: when and where the photos are posted, either by specifying the name of a place or by zeroing in on a specific location via the map view. SOURCE: http://www.photographyblog.com/news/pixify_2.0.0_for_instagram/

30 May, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

UPHILL BATTLE -- John Lund: ‘So I have spent the last few weeks immersing myself in Social Media. Geez, maybe I am just too old for this stuff…but I am having a challenging time figuring it all out. Here is what my experience is telling me at this point. http://blog.johnlund.com/2014/05/social-media-madness.html

16 May, 2014 | Posted by: bswenson

How to Add iPhone Photos to an Existing Album - Fred Straker: "Managing photos and albums on an iOS device has come a long way. iOS 7 gives mobile photographers many options to edit, organize and share images without having to copy files to a computer. However, adding iPhone photos to an existing album is a multi-step process that may not be obvious at first glance. First off, to create a new album open the Photos app and navigate to Albums. Tapping the plus (+) icon and entering an album name will automatically bring up the photo selection screen. Once photos are selected, tapping Done will create the album. But how does one add more photos to this album at a later date?

29 Apr, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

THEY WANT YOU TO PAY -- Facebook Has Changed, Again (and this time, they want you to pay) - Amy: “It’s happened. Facebook, aka the free marketing platform we have come to know and love, now wants businesses and organizations to pay to engage with their own fans and followers. http://blog.photoshelter.com/2014/04/hey-photographers-facebook-changed-time-want-pay/

22 Apr, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

UNFRIENDED? How to Avoid It. - Paul Gillin: “The difference between Facebook and its buttoned-down counterpart, LinkedIn, is best summed up with this statistic: Facebook users spend an average of 6.5 hours per month on the site, while LinkedIn members spend just 17 minutes. In other words, people go to LinkedIn to solve problems quickly, but they go to Facebook to lounge. Learn from the examples of technology gurus such as Intel, HP, Salesforce.com, Lenovo, and Constant Contact. Then, take these five tips to heart: http://www.skyword.com/contentstandard/featured-editorials/how-to-avoid-being-unfriended-by-your-facebook-fans/

GRADUATE FROM FLICKER -- 7 Signs You’re Ready. Sarah Jacobs: Flickr can be great; when it comes to building a community and a following, it can be a good platform to help get your work found. But once you’ve gotten that first client, or even once you’ve decided to go after that first paying client, you want to make sure you have the tools to back up your chops. Your photography may be grade-A, but when presented on a not-so professional platform, you can quickly lose your credibility. SOURCE: http://blog.photoshelter.com/2014/04/x-signs-youre-ready-graduate-flickr/

15 Apr, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

New Guide: The Photographer’s Guide to Twitter - Sarah Jacobs: “We’ve partnered up with the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) to help you use Twitter to get your name out there, engage with potential customers, and advance your photo career. http://blog.photoshelter.com/2014/04/new-guide-photographers-guide-twitter/

01 Apr, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

Facebook's New 'DeepFace' Program Is Just As Creepy As It Sounds - (Dino Grandoni) Facebook announced last week that it has developed a program called "DeepFace," which researchers say can determine whether two photographed faces are of the same person with 97.25 percent accuracy. Facebook's growing ability to recognize you when a friend uploads photos from a vacation together has caught the attention of privacy advocates and government officials alike. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/18/facebook-deepface-facial-recognition_n_4985925.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

11 Mar, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

GET SOCIAL -- Social Media Resources - Rosh Sillars: “How do the experts keep up-to-date on all the changes in social media and digital marketing? It seems like the industry changes on a weekly basis. Below is a list of blogs and podcasts I depend on to keep me in the know: http://tinyurl.com/o3a4bhn

14 Jan, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

How To Optimize Your Images For Twitter’s In-Stream Photo Preview - Allison Stadd: Twitter’s a much more visual place these days, thanks to the new in-stream image preview that expands photos in tweets without users having to click on them. The infographic below is a great guide to optimizing your images for Twitter previews. http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/optimize-images-twitter-photo-preview_b53107

07 Jan, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos


-- Snapchat admits it, --promises improvements. Devin Coldewey: “The creators of the immensely popular photo-sharing app Snapchat have admitted that a security flaw led to millions of users' phone numbers and user names being leaked earlier this week -- despite being warned months ago of the vulnerability. The company promised an updated version of the app soon.

07 Jan, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

-- How can I keep my photos private on Facebook? - Kim Komando: “I’m worried about the photos I’m posting on Facebook. How can I make sure only my friends and family can see them?” http://www.freep.com/article/20131231/FEATURES01/312310015/Kim-Komando-technology-Facebook-privacy

07 Jan, 2014 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

STORYFUL -- News Corp. buys start-up for $25 million. KTVN: “The newspaper publisher and media company, said Friday that it acquired Storyful, a company that gathers user-generated news and video, for $25 million to help it grow its digital and video business. Storyful, which bills itself as a "news agency of the social media age," finds, verifies and acquires news content that people share online. The company distributes the content to its partners, which include news organizations and advertising agencies.

17 Dec, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

PHOTOGRAPHER’S GUIDE TO FACEBOOK - Sarah Jacobs: “In The Photographer’s Guide to Facebook, we break down tactics to help you use this platform to attract, engage, and get referrals from your audience. Plus, you’ll get loads of examples of pages from photographers who have successfully used Facebook to market their own business — each doing things like simply posting regularly, asking interesting questions, showcasing compelling images and providing an excellent sense of their personality. SOURCE: http://blog.photoshelter.com/2013/12/new-guide-guide-to-facebook-photographers

HALF THE PICTURE -- The Quality of Your Smartphone’s Camera: Mat Honan: “ There’s a cliché that the best camera is the one you have with you, but that’s only half right. The best camera would actually be the one you have with you that takes great shots, then edits, organizes, and shares them for you. SOURCE: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/12/honan-photography/
Art work: Tavis Coburn

25 Nov, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

SMOOTH AS SANDPAPER. -- The Great Instagram For Windows Phone Photo Taking Controversy Explained - Alex Wilhelm: “Instagram made it onto the Windows Phone platform as a beta and immediately, everyone lost their mind. It’s about as smooth as sandpaper. The iOS experience, for contrast, let’s you quickly shoot a picture inside the application itself, something that is fast, and far more seamless. http://techcrunch.com/2013/11/20/the-great-instagram-for-windows-phone-photo-taking-controversy-explained/

-- The ‘Must-Have’ Tool For Blogging Photographers - Zach Sutton:
”Blogging is essential for photography. Not only does it provide a unique interaction with potential clients and fans of your work, but it’s also essential for SEO purposes. When building web presence, every expert in the field of SEO and Web Development will tell you to blog often, and this tool is essential for the modern day blogging photographer.”

INSTAGRAM SCIENCE -- How to create the perfect Instagram photo. Caitlan McGarry: “Instagram is important place to promote your clients – but how do you shoot, crop and select the best filter to win over hearts and minds? New research shows there's a science to creating a much-loved Instagram photo. SOURCE: http://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/news/photography/how-create-perfect-instagram-photo/

12 Nov, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

INSTAGRAM shows North Korea from the inside. Jennie Ryall: “Photography was banned, bus windows were blacked out, tourists could only visit with an authorized guide and personal technology was confiscated. Until this year, the mysterious land of North Korea had been hidden from the online public. The communist nation existed without a local mobile network or internet access.” SOURCE:

STEPPING UP THE BATTLE -- Google updates photo and video features to rival FB. Google Inc. is making it easier to edit and enhance photos and videos on its Google+ social service, stepping up efforts against rival Facebook Inc. The 18 new features, unveiled at a press event in San Francisco this week, include a new tool that automatically makes a movie from a collection of clips. Another feature enables users to erase unwanted parts of a photo.

TURN-OFF ADVICE -- Zach Miners: “Photo Previews: Some Twitter users are complaining about a change that puts photo previews front and center in their streams and are offering advice to others on how to turn it off. SOURCE: http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9243652/Some_users_grumble_about_Twitter_39_s_photo_previews?taxonomyId=77

05 Nov, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

A SPECIFIC AUDIENCE. With a Slew of Updates, Google+ Makes Its Photography Pitch - Mike Isaac: "If Google were still trying to figure out how to fit yet another social network into people’s lives, it isn’t anymore. The search giant has aimed Google+, its company-wide social platform initiative, squarely at a specific audience: Photo lovers. In a blast of 18 new product features launched recently, Google beefed up a number of its photo-enhancement features for its main Google+ app, as well as a number of its related proprietary photo applications.

Canon Cuts Full-Year Forecast as Camera Users Switch to Phones – Canon, the world’s largest camera maker, cut its annual profit forecast and pr. SOURCE: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-10-24/canon-cuts-full-year-net-income-forecast-as-camera-sales-slow.html

TOP INSTAGRAMMAR -- Molly Eichel: “The Daily News' own Dave Maialetti was named one of the "10 Instagram Photographers You Should Follow" by Forbes magazine. And with good reason. Not only is Maialetti an excellent photojournalist for the two papers, but he has a keen eye for street photography as well, capturing often glazed over moments in Philly life.” SOURCE: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/entertainment/celebrities_gossip/emDaily-Newsem-photographer-named-top-Insagrammer.html
PHOTO: Dave Maialetti

LIKE&FOLLOW -- Proper Networking Technique. Jen Brook: ”I’ve been sent a few messages asking how to get noticed by the people we want to work with and how to approach them. I’m never sure I can help because I’m no expert, but I do try as best as I can. In order to keep my advice consistent, this article sets about the rules I made for myself. This post is meant for all of us in the photography world, not just models…and I believe there is only really one trick to it; put yourself in their shoes. SOURCE:

Pinterest, Getty Images Sign Deal to Bring More Detailed Info to Pins. Kurt Wagner: “Pinterest. The company recently announced a new deal with Getty Images that will provide more detailed information on the photos that users pin on the site.” SOURCE: http://mashable.com/2013/10/25/pinterest-getty-sign-deal/?utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Mashable%2FSocialMedia+%28Mashable+%C2%BB+Social+Media%29&utm_cid=Mash-Prod-RSS-Feedburner-SocialMedia-Partial&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed

28 Oct, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

Touché…A Photographer Turns

Her Lens On Men Who Catcall.

Kat Chow: “Social media was abuzz this week with photographer Hannah Price's portraits of men who catcalled her on the street. We first saw the story on The Morning News, where Price was briefly interviewed. We wanted to indulge our curiosity about Price and her work, so we decided to give her a call.” SOURCE: http://news.wjct.org/post/photographer-turns-her-lens-men-who-cat-call
PHOTO: Hannah Price

28 Oct, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

EXTRA REVENUE -- Here's What Ads on Instagram Will Look Like – Tim Barribeau: “ Instagram is getting ads. It's been rumored for a very long time, and was officially confirmed a few weeks ago. Now Instagram has released more information about how ads will work, and shown off a few examples of what you can expect to see in your feed. SOURCE: http://www.popphoto.com/news/2013/10/heres-what-ads-instagram-will-look

WHERE ARE YOU? -- Can Future Clients Find You On Facebook? – Matt Kennedy: “Are you easy to find? Recognizable? Put yourself in your ideal client’s shoes for a second and think about where they might come across your brand. Here are the 2 most common ways that potential clients may see your brand on Facebook” SOURCE: http://fstoppers.com/can-future-clients-find-you-on-facebook

21 Oct, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

NEW PAGE PHOTO -- Flickr Rolling Out New Google+ Style Photo Pages with a Nifty Side Panel – Michael Zhang: “Flickr’s recent attempt at a major website redesign didn’t go over very well with many of its users, so now the Yahoo-owned company is taking the feedback it received to try again. A help page on the Flickr website reveals that a new photo page is currently being rolled out across the service.” SOURCE: http://petapixel.com/2013/10/11/flickr-rolling-new-google-style-photo-pages-bigger-photos/

16 Oct, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

THE NEXT INSTAGRAM? Snapchat Kurt Wagner: "Snapchat announced Snapchat Stories, a new feature that allows users to compile photos and videos taken through the app into a montage of sorts that will live on for 24 hours. Now when users take photos and videos, they can elect to include them in their Snapchat Story, which is viewable an unlimited number of times by any of their friends. (You can also make stories available to the public.)" SOURCE: http://mashable.com/2013/10/04/snapchat-stories-future
via Joe Stanski

07 Oct, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

STORIES -- Snapchat Debutes Disappearing Recap of Snaps from the Last 24 Hours – DL Cade: “Since it first burst onto the scene, Snapchat has become a major player in the social fabric of today. Once, the self-destructing photo messaging model was considered a fad, but no more. As Snapchat surges towards the possibility of a billion dollar valuation and usage statistics continue to climb, that “fad” is clearly more than just that. http://petapixel.com/2013/10/03/snapchat-debutes-stories-updating-feed-snaps-last-24-hours/

Pinterest sees growing number of journalists using the site, makes related changes – Andrew Beaujon: “Pinterest introduced new article pins recently, links to articles you’ve pinned can include a story’s headline and byline, plus a description as well as a link. The site says its users share more than 5 million articles each day. In that description, you can also throw in a photo credit.” SOURCE: http://www.poynter.org/latest-news/mediawire/224367/pinterest-sees-growing-number-of-journalists-using-the-site-makes-related-changes/

22 Sep, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

SOCIAL NETWORKING -- Photo Social Media Marketing: Blogs, Tweets, Postings & More - Maria Piscopo: "Does using social media as a marketing tool work for photographers? That's what we aimed to find out by interviewing five photographers who have successfully used this particular marketing technique in very specific ways." SOURCE: http://www.shutterbug.com/content/photo-social-media-marketing-blogs-tweets-postings-amp-more
PHOTO: Brad Mangin

18 Sep, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos


-- Cops arrest teenager after she posted a picture of pot on Instagram. It involves a 17-year-old. St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office told WAFB that “a detective with the narcotics division saw a photo of people with marijuana on a social media site and began an investigation.” At any rate, detectives showed up at the teenager’s home and “found her to be in possession of the illegal drug. She was released on a summons to appear in court. SOURCE: http://blogs.computerworld.com/privacy/22783/busted-cops-arrest-teenager-after-she-posted-picture-pot-instagram

18 Sep, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos


That Facebook Makes to Terms.
ASMP Breaks Down the Changes - Conor Risch: Facebook has altered their terms of service to make it possible for companies that pay the social media network to utilize Facebook users’ content and likeness without compensation or permission. The changes are sure to alienate Facebook’s users in the creative community, who make a living from licensing their work and content. Among the changes is this gem: SOURCE: http://pdnpulse.pdnonline.com/2013/09/facebook-makes-alarming-changes-to-terms-asmp-breaks-down-the-changes.html
TAKEAWAY: The dust has not settled. The barron atop the hill has continued to allow the serfs to use the fields free of charge but wishes to excise more from the peons for commercial purpose by using their names and creations at no charge. Seems like a fair exchange for the barron, but not for the peon. History tells us a revolt is in order. Not all is cast in cement. The only thing constant in social media is change. -RE

18 Sep, 2013 | Posted by: psn

FREE TERABYTES for everyone. Flickr guarantees an actual terabyte. For free. That's 500,000 photos to share and enjoy in their original, brilliant quality. To be exact, 537,731. Snap away. * Assuming the resolution of today's most commonly used smartphones 1 terabyte = 537,731 6.5 megapixel photos. SOURCE: http://www.techradar.com/us/news/internet/tumblr-deal-isn-t-only-news-as-yahoo-announces-redesign-for-flickr-1152555

THE WORLD’S MOMENTS -- Instagram Pictures Itself Making Money – Evelyn Rusli: “When Emily White joined Instagram from parent company Facebook Inc. FB -0.64% in March, her first order of business was to push Chief Executive Kevin Systrom into a room. "For the first two weeks, I locked him into a conference room and I said, 'This is all about getting the mission on paper.” SOURCE: http://online.wsj.com/article_email/SB10001424127887324577304579059230069305894-lMyQjAxMTAzMDAwODEwNDgyWj.html



26 Aug, 2013 | Posted by: bswenson

Bitten By A Fake 'Like' Bug

-- Kamakshi S : “Not so happy news on "World Photography Day" for Instagram aficionados, as the photo sharing service has been reportedly hit by a new bug. Reuters reports that a phishing virus, known as Zeus (surely inspired by G.I.J.O.E Retaliation Zeus missiles), can now help companies create a "buzz" with bogus Instagram "likes". As per Reuters, Cyber ..experts at RSA, add that these "likes" are traded in batches across as many as 1000 Internet hackers .” SOURCE: http://www.techtree.com/content/news/4436/instagram-bitten-fake-bug.html

26 Aug, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

RELATIONSHIPS IN REAL LIFE How Sharing Photos on Facebook Affects It. [Study Says]. Rachel Ramsey: “A recent study was highlighted in an article headlined, “Always posting pics on Facebook? Then you’re weird, study says,” and used the description, “Those who post vast numbers to Facebook might have trouble enjoying relationships in real life.” SOURCE: http://www.techzone360.com/topics/techzone/articles/2013/08/12/349267-how-sharing-photos-facebook-affects-relationships-real-life.htm

20 Aug, 2013 | Posted by: bswenson

FIRED! Top Lacoste salesman says he was fired for Instagram photo - William Holt: A top salesman at Lacoste claims he was fired for posting a photo of his paycheck to Instagram, Gothamist reports: Wade Groom says he became the brand’s top seller in the United States. Still, he says, his $15-an-hour salary and 3 percent commission wasn’t enough to support his family.” This is what we accept in New York City.” SOURCE: http://news.yahoo.com/top-lacoste-salesman-fired-for-instagram-photo-144248134.html

20 Aug, 2013 | Posted by: bswenson

CHOICE OF WORDS -- The Most Important Tip For Running A Photo Blog. Gary Martin: “The biggest mistake I see when reading a photographer’s blog is the choice of words used in blog page titles. The words you choose may be keeping your blog invisible to the world forever.” http://fstoppers.com/the-most-important-tip-for-running-a-photo-blog

13 Aug, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

GAINING GROUND -- More photos are shared every day on Facebook, the most-used social network, than anywhere else on the Web. So what do you do when you’re the No. 2 social network trying to gain traction against Facebook? If you’re Google+, you try to outdo Facebook on photos, offering more tools and enhancements to make images look larger and prettier. Most important, G+ lets you download your photos in top resolution, which Facebook won’t do. SOURCE:

30 Jul, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

GETTING CHEAPER -- Panasonic Rolls Out New Smart Camera – Travis: “Smart cameras are hot items these days, especially given the fact that the market is becoming so saturated with them, thus causing prices to come down more and more. What makes smart camera devices so great is the fact that, similar to a smart phone, they allow for the user to take professional grade photographs and immediately upload them to things like social media. http://www.studentnewsie.com/lumix-dmc-fz70-panasonic-rolls-out-new-smart-camera-19899

09 Jul, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

WHERE TO START? -- Social Media Everywhere… Kimberley Blom-Roemer: “Everyone says you need to include social media…but where do you start? Which ones do you utilize? How often should you post? WHAT do you post? All good questions… and, no easy answers.

25 Jun, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

ON THE MOVE -- Instagram Introduces Video – Rachel Strugatz: “Instagram today said it would integrate video into its platform in a move that could have major implications for the fashion world's digital efforts. http://www.wwd.com/media-news/digital/instagram-introduces-video-7004120

ART OF THE MOMENT -- How Instagram Remade Photography (And Could Do The Same For Video)/. Nick Statt: As Instagram moves beyond the still image, it's vital to remember how it changed the art of the moment forever. SOURCE: http://readwrite.com/2013/06/21/instagram-photos-forever#awesm=~o9CTPv2rCHqpoW

11 Jun, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

FACEBOOK DETECTIVE -- A photo on FACEBOOK helps man find stolen car.
Lindsey Seavert: “Jim Engelking came home last Friday to discover he was the victim of an unusual burglary at his St. Paul, Minnesota home. His prized 1998 red Volvo was gone too, but several days later, he credits the far reaching powers of Facebook with helping find his stolen car. SOURCE:

The Case of a STOLEN Photo & Facebook’s PUNISHMENT – Of the Victim
Gavin Seim: “OK true story here. Here is an image I shared recently showing how Matt Black Photography took my photo “Look To The Wind”, edited it badly and posted it on his FB Facebook page as his own image. The page admin proceeded to delete my photo only and all comments from people that had called him out on the theft.

04 Jun, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

3 Flickr Alternatives for Disgruntled Photographers - Leslie Meredith: "With over 18,000 negative comments on the official thread, I imagine we, the users of Flickr should receive an official response from Flickr stating whether they plan to make adjustments to their plan, or stick with the current catastrophe," Flickr user Garrett T. posted in the site's help forum. But it looks like Mr. T may be out of luck. Flickr also said it will not be reverting back to the prior version of Flickr, as many users have called for. In other words, if you don't like it, you can leave. But where to go? Here are three alternatives to consider.

-- Instagram's Systrom: We're 'not a photography company'. Daniel Terdiman: “During a conversation with Digg founder Kevin Rose, Instagram's co-founders discussed the company's history, and said they want to be about sharing a message, not just about photos. http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57586998-93/instagrams-systrom-were-not-a-photography-company/
PHOTO: James Martin

28 May, 2013 | Posted by: bswenson

-- Forget Tumblr: Yahoo! Has Big Plans for Flickr – Meghan Ahearn: "Like most of the media world, I assumed Yahoo! press event in New York City’s Times Square would be about the company’s purchase of the blogging site Tumblr. Imagine my surprise when it was actually an announcement about the redesign of the photo-sharing site Flickr, which Yahoo! purchased in 2005. " SOURCE: http://pdnpulse.com/2013/05/forget-tumblr-yahoo-has-big-plans-for-flickr.html

28 May, 2013 | Posted by: bswenson

-- Flickr gets revamp — with 1 TB of photo storage free — and Yahoo gets new NYC office. Laura Hazaerd Owen: “More news from Yahoo: Tumblr’s employees, however, will remain at their current office.” SOURCE: http://gigaom.com/2013/05/20/flickr-gets-revamp-with-1-tb-of-storage-space-free-and-yahoo-gets-new-nyc-office/

28 May, 2013 | Posted by: sellmyphotos

ONLINE PHOTO PORTFOLIO REVIEW: -- Testing out 500px’s new web portfolio service. Tim Barribeau: ) We took 500px's new portfolio system for a spin to see just how easy it is to get a dedicated site for your images looking nice and pretty. Here's what we thought of this new service from 500px, which is a direct competitor to Flickr's recently overhauled system. http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2013/05/23/Online-photo-portfolio-review-Testing-out-500pxs-new-web-portfolio-servic