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.
Augment space allows users to upload 360 degree photos and easily create interactive, 360 degree virtual tours for as little as $10.
To create stronger relationships with the modern family, that is the digital savvy one, New Zealand startup Kin2Kin has founded a “one-click” app specifically for families. Kin2Kin is a private online photo album that connects generations of families, including kids who are deemed too young for Facebook and also grandparents who may not be technologically savvy.
DoubleBud doesn’t discourage users from posting that post-marathon selfie – but it also wants photos of the moments that came before, like the first time you ever went to the gym and couldn’t make it through a workout.
Started in the early 2000s as a community on the LiveJournal blogging platform, 500px has become one of the most popular places in the internet to store professional and amateur photos, with more than 50 million images in its archives. [Source: TheNextWeb]
Engage and grow your social media audience with images. If you are not following that advice, then you need to reconsider your social media marketing strategy. When it comes to social actions like sharing, liking, and commenting; photos rule. Look at the amazing growth of social networks like Instagram andPinterest. The popularity of these two social channels alone should get your photo marketing engine into overdrive. Let’s take a look at a few strategies for using photos on Facebook, Pinterest and other social marketing channels.
Let’s be honest ever since mobile phones started having good quality cameras, everyone has loved to have a bit of a photo shoot with their friends, our group of mates have been going strong since 2008, back then we just said “photo shoot” but now you “Instagram” everything, and of course add a hashtag.