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Scott Braut, Head of Content for Digital Media at Adobe will be the keynote speaker at the DMLA Conference
(formerly PACA) in New York from Sunday, October 25th through Tuesday, October 27, 2015. Braut will actually be speaking at 9:00am Monday morning.
has announced that it is running a promotion from September 1st to September 20th that will discount the cost of images by 50%. For this limited period single images purchased will cost $4.99 instead of $9.99. Normally the royalty percentage might be expected to be calculated on the lower price, but to the huge relief and appreciation of image creators Adobe has announced that “regardless of this discount occurring, your commission will be unaffected and you will continue to generate royalties at the current rate.”
allows you to place your photos in front of over 1 million members. You set your own prices and earn 70% of every sale. The arrangement is non-exclusive so you can simultaneously market the same images through any other outlet you want. There is no approval process. Everything you submit is uploaded.
Image users on the MicrostockGroup
website report that Shutterstock has “dropped the price of single On Demand sales from 2 for $29 to $9.99 for each image.”
had priced the images in its Marketplace at flat rates of $50 for web resolution, $250 for print resolution, and $750 for products for resale. Now they have introduced a second tier for images their editors deem of lower quality. The flat rate prices for images in this tier, called Core, are $35 for web resolution, $150 for print resolution, and $300 for products for resale. The prices for the first Prime tier will remain the same.
Every year millions of images are photocopied and used by commercial organizations around the world without any direct compensation to the image creator. Often this is because there is no practical way to track such usages, or because the creator cannot be easily identified. Nevertheless, commercial organizations recognize that they have an obligation, and a liability, to compensate creators for such uses.
has released a new infographic
with information about how demand for certain subject matter is changing compared to a year ago. They have also included sample image in each category to give photographers a sense of what customers want.
ZUMA Press Inc. (www.zumapress.com
), a leading visual media provider for the editorial community, has announced that it is now representing images from Fairfax Syndication (www.fairfaxsyndication.com
), the most comprehensive range of Australian content from a portfolio of over 300 publications and websites.
Over 4 days (October 21-24) attendees to this year’s PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo
at the Javits Center in New York City will have their choice of more than 100 seminars
that include Photo Walks and Master Classes featuring the latest techniques and trends for photographers, filmmakers and digital imaging specialists.
, the leading marketing resource for commercial photographers and illustrators, will be the Principal Sponsor of this year’s Visual Connections Image Expo 2015
at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York on October 28.
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