These couple of weeks, while all eyes are locked on London,
plan your October 2012 landings in Spain and France.
It’s a great opportunity to expand your photo collections with architectural, food, portrait, and landscape shots.
The tour instructors will advice on choosing the best composition and assist with setting up the lighting equipment.
The Basque Country tour registration ends on September 3, 2012.
Contact information and details are on this page.
More to come…
Alamy has published a white paper on “state of the art” of stock photography in general and the existing image licensing structure in particular. Its core concept defines a conflict between photo suppliers and licensors. Photo-content suppliers have to pedal furiously to sustain their stock productions. Licensors are engulfed by the convoluted licensing structure and management of digital content. It’s clear that increased accessibility of image collections through the internet did not solve the problem.
It seems that Alamy is taking a pioneering role in searching for solutions for RF and RM content pricing and licensing. What I think photographers and photo-buyers would welcome right now is an instrument that will streamline the pricing structure and manage usage terms. Perhaps, both Adobe and Apple should be involved in the next panel discussion hosted by the stock agency. Alamy’s press release and a complete version of the white paper are on their website.
More to come …
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