TWiP 391 – Instagram’s InstaGROWTH

This week, Darlene Hildebrandt & Joseph Linaschke join Frederick to discuss Instagram’s Instagrowth. Plus Adobe plans to purchase Fotolia and Flickr’s under fire for trying to profit from images licenses as Creative Commons.

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5 thoughts on “TWiP 391 – Instagram’s InstaGROWTH”

  1. My work posted on Flickr is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. The licenses can be viewed on the Creative Commons site: http://creativecommons.org/choose/

    Personally, I’ve received many emails from students using my photos in their reports/papers, a few from non-profit organizations, but none from any commercial entity.

  2. I searched for 500px.com’s stance on copyright and found this entry:
    http://creativecommons.org/tag/500px
    “While our platform still defaults to full copyright protection as it always has, we want to give our photographers as much flexibility as possible to spread their work and build their profiles and businesses,” says Oleg Gutsol, CEO, 500px. “Our move to offer Creative Commons licensing is another way we’re providing additional services and value to meet the needs of our growing community.”

  3. I’m sure Photoshop is primarily used by graphic artists, remember when Photoshop started digital photography barely existed. Many photographers (most?) were dragged kicking and screaming into the digital age. Today, you can photographic tasks in LR, Aperture (rip), Capture One etc without opening Photoshop. Also, there’s a lot more graphic artists working in advertising than pro photographers.

  4. I’m sure Photoshop is primarily used by graphic artists, remember when Photoshop started digital photography barely existed. Many photographers (most?) were dragged kicking and screaming into the digital age. Today, you can do most photographic tasks in LR, Aperture (rip), Capture One etc without opening Photoshop. Also, there’s a lot more graphic artists working in advertising than pro photographers.