Articles by Julian Jackson

Convergence of Video and Stills

By Julian Jackson | 961 Words | Posted 7/30/2013 | Comments (1)
Video is starting to become the new essential for stills libraries. Although the two majors have had motion divisions for years, most UK photo-libraries avoided video for a number of reasons: technical complexity, bandwidth and the uncertainties of a new market, compounded by the economic difficulties of the past few years.

About Julian Jackson

Julian Jackson is a writer with extensive experience in picture research. His main interests include photography and the environment. His website is He also runs a Picture Research by Distance Learning Course Linked-in profile.

His writing and clients include: BBC, Financial Times, Readers' Digest, NBC and Der Spiegel. A small selection of his writings can be found here

He has produced several his own eBooks. Among them is The PhotoBuyer's Handbook. He has also designed and produced eBooks for clients in PDF, ePub and Kindle formats.

Jackson writes articles for online and print media, newsletters, blogs. Other projects for clients include: press releases, case studies and reports.