Visual Connections Articlesby Jain Lemos
Stop photo searching like the century and get in sync!
Fifteen years in the running and still inspiring buyers to license images without corniness.
Whether it’s assignments, stock or production, Wonderful Machine knows how to assemble photography for virtually any visual project you can dream up.
We know the conversation about copyright never ends. For those of us who didn’t get to Boston last month for Visual Connection’s Expo—and for those of you who were able to attend—we continue the dialog.
This novel idea from Poland, where all proceeds from image sales help cancer patients, is a true life changer.
Moving still photos, known as cinemagraphs, are gaining popularity with publishers, advertisers and creators looking for new ways to engage their viewers.
Another new user content community aims to change the way we use visual materials found online. And this one has put the ubiquitous hashtag front and center.
If you haven’t spent time lately navigating the collections of the Digital Public Library of America, now is a great time to revisit this fabulous content resource.
Alan Capel explains how their new app is driving sales and delivering the look advertisers demand.
Robert Henson, IMGembed’s VP of business development, explains how their pay-per-view licensing tool impacts both the supply and demand side of online publishing.
Image pros want to support photographers and avoid copyright infringement, right? Thanks to Permission Machine, there is a new tool to accomplish this and more with just a few clicks.
ASPP Executive Director Jain Lemos crosses paths with visual sage Bob Hendriks, Managing Director of InTransit Images, and explains his company’s sensible trajectory.