Depositphotos is your #1 resource for buying and selling royalty-free files (photographs, vector images, videos, etc.). Our vast library coupled with our wide variety of flexible purchase options makes us the most convenient and profitable tool for designers, artists and photographers.
If you are a photographer, then you call also sell some of your great photos to potential buyers via Depositphotos. There is no limit on uploading and selling your photos. But, you will need to go through Application process. The expert staff at Depositphotos will ask you to submit five images that represent your best work. You application will be reviewed and accepted, if the images are of good quality and composition. Once accepted, you can sell your images and earn money based on commission. You can earn a commission of anywhere between 40% to 60% of the selling cost of the image.
Picture Resizer is an easy-to-use tool for batch resizing of JPG pictures and photos. Drag and drop JPG files or folders with JPG files on the application icon and they will be resized and saved next to the originals. Size of the output pictures is controlled by the name of the application.
To generate 200 pixels images, simply rename the application to PhotoResize200.exe. The tool is using high-quality resizing method, where color of each pixel is a weighted average of all covered pixels from the original image. Linear interpolation is used when zooming in.
The algorithm is optimized to work with gamma-corrected pictures. Application can also be used from context menu of Windows Explorer. The tool can change aspect ratio of pictures without distorting the objects in the picture by removing least significant pixels first.
500px is a photographic community powered by creative people from all over the world that lets you share and discover inspiring photographs.
Being an artist has never been easy, especially in today’s fast-paced digital age. Photographers can’t just be artists anymore; they have to be managers, accountants, marketers, assistants, web developers, and their own mean, lean, shutter-clicking machines. Too many things to handle? We sure think so! We started the company to help photographers get greater exposure, reduce some of the marketing headaches, and let creatives concentrate on what they do best. We love seeing amazing work and equally love promoting it! A sense of inspired community is also important to us. We believe that the way forward is through presenting, discussing, supporting, and socializing with like-minded people.
If you’re a photographer, 500px is your connection to a whole world of people passionate about images. It’s the place for you to upload your work and create a beautiful portfolio, interact with a talented and dedicated community, manage your own blog, vote on photos, and have your work reviewed in return. We promote all the best work through a variety of social media, giving you the exposure you need to move forward. Even if you’re not a photographer yourself, you can follow the photos of your favourite photographers, create lists of images that amaze you, express your opinion in comments and by votes, and perhaps find a photographer for hire. There are many possibilities and we think that you’ll enjoy exploring them. See for yourself.
- A user-friendly website.
- An ideal place for photography enthusiasts.
- Lets you view amazing photographs.
- Lets you share your own work.
- Lets people vote on photos and leave comments on them.
- Lets members share their descriptions and details of the equipment they use.
- Lets site members interact with one another.
One of the web’s most important outlets of professional photography, The Big Picture is the official photo blog of The Boston Globe newspaper. The photographs featured come straight from some of the world’s top news agencies such as the Associated Press and Reuters.
Without paying a small fortune, many of us would not get to see such well-thought out, professionally executed and critically selected photo sets from a variety of photographers in every corner of the globe.
World news headlines, seasonal events and even celestial happenings are documented with stunning, thought-provoking photographs. The website is also fully compatible with the excellent CoolIris, meaning you can browse some of the best pictures online from a very sexy interface.
One to stick in your bookmarks for sure.
I owe a significant amount of my digital photography knowledge and skills to what I’ve learned from the abundance of digital photography sites with free tutorials on the Internet. Sure there’s lots of photography equipment you can purchase and courses you can take, but there’s lots of material produced by veteran photographers in the field to help you produce quality photographs that won’t cost you a dime.
This article is a follow-up to another MakeUseOf introduction to 5 Websites to Learn a Lot More About Photography and DigiCams.