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Google Images Adds “Licensable” Badge to Help Photographers Sell Their Images
Google Images is currently testing a new “Licensable” badge on images as a way to help photographers sell their photos…
The Best Music Licensing Sites of 2020 According to SLR Lounge
The right song can make or break your time lapse or video project and be the difference between impactful and…
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Getting your photos hosted on stock photo websites gives you an avenue additional income streams. Here are a few tips to help you get started with selling your photos on a stock photo website.
Flickr Pro Resurrects, Google+ Photos Is Murdered, & 500px Collects Millions
Your photographic resume is likely your online photo presence. So which service should you use to showcase?
A New Way To Get Original Music For Your Projects That You Tailor | Xhail
Adding music to your photos and video can turn something plain into a Scorcese scene, but licensing is expensive and often unoriginal Xhail is changing that.
Google: A Photographer’s Friend? Image Licensing Proves Not Really
While Google adds ‘Usage Rights’ to their search field, it still doesn’t bode well for photographers. How do we get around this?
ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers) Releases Free Release App
For photographers who shoots models and on location, a model release and a property release are essential to have, especially…
7 Myths On Using Music Legally for Photography
photographers, when it comes to using music in our videos, it can be very tempting to just use a song without first going through the proper steps of obtaining a license. After all, it’s only for a Youtube video right? Or maybe a slide show for a wedding maybe?