Photographer and influencer Jade Warne explains why businesses need to take control of their images and how a DSLR could help them up the ante in the social media stakes.
Harnessing the growth potential Instagram holds for brands is Postie, integrating a brand’s Instagram content into email templates to create appealing EDMs.
Looking to help travellers capture more than just generic selfies in front of tourist traps is Queensland startup Travelshoot.
On-demand photography startup Snappr has announced today its expansion into the US with the opening of a San Francisco office and backing from YCombinator.
Photography platform Snappr has emerged out of beta stage with $500,000 in an oversubscribed round from a range of private investors. The startup will now be focusing on growing the platform in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Melbourne app Co:lab is a platform that connects creative photographers together in a personalised and online portfolio. The app helps creatives collaborate with a chosen team to fulfill creative projects.
Car ads are some of the most beautiful on our screens and billboards, showcasing shiny, state of the art vehicles and breathtaking landscapes. Almost more than the cars, those landscapes are paramount to the whole thing, selling consumers on visions of long drives on the Swiss Alps or the Grand Canyon. Of course, it’s quite easy to figure out the problem here – these ads are expensive to produce and even billion dollar automotive brands are tightening their belts.
When it comes to editing photography for commercial use, small business owners these days are increasingly forgoing in-house design teams and instead choosing to outsource to a number of services that now cater specifically to the market.
Today, there are enough photographers and videographers to start a new country. This field of expertise has a strong influence on many individuals and businesses to market and advertise their brands, blogs or websites. Over the past few years, people have captured photos and created videos using both professional and non-professional devices; this is because the power of visual data today is greater than ever.
James Cooper-Stanbury (Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology – University of Sydney), Nicholas Cooke (Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology Adv. – University of Sydney) and Sam Turner (Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology – University of Sydney). Have all just completed the first year of their degree. They have also just launched their first business -Muro, a photography platform for events.