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Crap, and I was just starting to like instagram.Depends on the market. If Facebook is trying to undercut microstock for bloggers/online news, then cell phone photos will be perfectly fine. There's still a decent amount of money is selling subscriptions that way; especially when it only costs you storage space to produce those images. Their labor cost is lower than a microstock place that pays photographers.
As a Istock contributor, IMO, Most crap cell phone photos won't print,look, or sell as well as good stock photos.
That said, I think a lot of people will abandon them after their last few changes. Taking away Twitter usability and then this is a good way to piss people off and make them go elsewhere
You get my digital thumbs up.
omg you DIDN'T just make one of those goofy drawings? lmao.
Hey btw, when are you going to do another review/comparison of primes on your blog? good reads.
Hi, I've got a friend in law enforcement who is asking me for a recommendation for lens/camera combo for surveillance. I naturally thought to extend the question to you all!
What would you recommend as a set-up for surveillance? My friend won't be able to spend a ton of time learning the ins and outs of it and he's not interested in photography as an art. He will need to use it time to time at night and won't be using a flash (obviously).
P.S. Budget doesn't necessarily matter. Unless you are concerned about the fact that our taxes will be footing the bill...