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Picscout updates Image Search

November 16, 2010

Can automated image recognition software help photo buyers connect more easily with stock photo agencies and individual photographers and quickly identify and license images they find on the Web? Picscout, the 8-year-old Silicon Valley and Israel-based startup is betting yes….

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New Look for the Stock Pages

February 26, 2010

3-754-26  stock photo of England, Chelsea Flower Show, Yorkshire Forward Garden, Woman viewing gardenSeveral new features are now available on the David Sanger Photography stock pages. You’ll notice a new design, larger images, print sales and more sharing options…..

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Reading the Tea Leaves

January 14, 2010

3-494-91  stock photo of Food and People, Woman drinking teaWhat does 2010 hold for photographers? Will the economic recovery lead to a return to healthy profits? Will the abundance of digital media continue to drive up supply and drive down prices? Will newer technologies emerge to further disrupt the business of photography? or to offer startling new opportunities?

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PicScout announces Image Registry and licensing affiliate program

October 12, 2009

1-680-22  stock photo of California, Gold Country, Miner, Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park
How do you identify an image you find on the web and find the copyright holder if you want to license the image?

This is the core question that concerns photographers when Orphan Works legislation is discussed, and the impetus behind the PhotoMetadata project to embed identifying information. Now a possible solution has emerged…

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Creating Value in Travel Photography

September 8, 2009

7-620-41  stock photo of China, Shanghai, Buddha, Longhua Temple

With an ever-increasing supply of travel images, declining prices and a fixed amount of attention in the consumer universe, what are the best options for a travel photographer to create uncommon value?

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New Horizons for Travel Photography Pros

September 8, 2009

9-596-73  stock photo of California, Berkeley, Berkeley Pier

The growing movement towards crowd-sourcing and automated image analysis in travel photography is a challenge for traditional professional travel photographers…

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Tineye Image search Part 1

July 27, 2008

Tineye is a new image search engine put out by Idée Inc. in Toronto which promises to revolutionize the process of finding images on the web. This is the first of a series of blog posts which will review Tineye from the perspective of photographers, particularly stock photographers Image Search The core technology of Tineye […]

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