Posts Tagged ‘Tumblr’

Tumblr Photo Community Calls Out Sexist ‘Recommended Photogs’ List

Posted by on Wednesday October 22, 2014 | Uncategorized

Social blogging platform Tumblr boasts a robust community of professional photographers, some of whom have used the platform to raise issues of social equality in the photography business. Most recently a handful of photographers called out a quarterly French photography magazine, Selektor, for publishing a list of 100 photographers to follow on Tumblr that included... More

“How Come This Stuff Isn’t Animated?” The Story of Mr. GIF

Posted by on Thursday October 2, 2014 | Celebrity, Fun, Social Media/Web, Uncategorized, Video

Mr. GIF wants to animate the Internet. The creative duo has made photographing and illustrating GIFs—the 27-year-old bitmap image format that supports crude animation—their calling card. They’re the team that Marc Ecko, Evian and Transamerica tap when they need to quickly make strong, easily shareable moving images for whatever they’re selling. In just a few short years, they evolved from... More

New Look PhotoShelter Adds Portfolio Sites and Social Media Integration

Posted by on Tuesday July 9, 2013 | Business, Social Media/Web

Today PhotoShelter launched Beam, its new portfolio website platform, which is connected to its e-commerce, cloud storage, image delivery, client proofing and marketing tools for professional photographers. The launch also includes integration with popular social media, blogging and video tools like Instagram, Tumblr, Vimeo and WordPress, allowing users to add content from those platforms to... More

Photogs Dish Anonymously About Clients’ Rates Via New Tumblr Site

Posted by on Tuesday March 12, 2013 | Business, Media, Photojournalism, Social Media/Web

A new site on Tumblr set up by an anonymous editorial photographer seeks to provide a platform where photographers can share information about what clients in all fields, from editorial to advertising to non-profits, pay photographers. Still in its infancy, the site, Who Pays Photographers, is based on a similar Tumblr, Who Pays Writers, which,... More

Photo Editor Explains How Vintage Photos Lead the New York Times Onto Tumblr

Posted by on Thursday March 1, 2012 | Copyright/Legal, Fashion, Media, Photojournalism, Social Media/Web

Earlier this week The New York Times made its first foray onto Tumblr with The Lively Morgue, which showcases vintage photographs from the newspaper’s print archive, which is known as “the morgue” for reasons that aren’t entirely clear, according to the Times. “[Launching a Tumblr blog] made sense for a lot of reasons,” says deputy... More