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20 Finalist Photos from the World’s Largest Photo Contest

The EyeEm Photography Awards has just announced 100 finalists for this year's competition. This year, it received over 590,000 entries from over 88,000 photographers based around the world. That's 3 times more than the Sony World Photography Awards, making it the world's largest photo contest.

EyeEm Selects Will Show You the Best Photos on Your Phone

EyeEm has released a new feature to its app, called EyeEm Selects, that will tell you which photos are the best from your library. EyeEm is a stock website where over 20 million users submit images, selling them on their global marketplace to brands all over the world.

How I Made $1,254.93 in Four Months by Selling Stock Photos on EyeEm

My name is Michael Zwahlen, and I’m a photographer based in Germany. I want to share how I earn money through EyeEm. In the first four months of 2017 alone, the royalties I received through them added up to $1,254.93 and I’m hopeful this will continue to improve.

EyeEm Let an AI Pick Their Top Photos of 2016, It Chose These

What's your computer's favorite photo? It seems like a ridiculous question, but EyeEm recently asked their AI something similar. Since no single human could possibly go through the millions of images uploaded to their service last year, EyeEm let their special EyeEm Vision AI pick the Top Photos of 2016.

The 30 Best Selling Photos on EyeEm in 2016

Since 2015, the global photo sharing service EyeEm has allowed photographers in its community to offer their photos for sale through EyeEm Market and its partnership with Getty Images. Of all the photos that sold this year, here's a look at the most purchased.

The First Photos Taken with the Leica Co-Engineered Huawei P9

Huawei is making a lot of noise and some big claims about the dual cameras in their new, Leica co-engineered Huawei P9 smartphone. But will the phone live up to the hype out in the real world, in real photographers' hands? EyeEm teamed up with Huawei to find out.

This is What a Virtual Reality Photo Exhibition is Like

Don't have the time or money to visit a photo exhibition you're interested in? In the future, paying a visit will be as simple as strapping a virtual reality headset to your head.

At EyeEm's Photo Hack Day 4 in Berlin recently, one of the apps developed was called Rooms. It's a virtual reality Android app that lets you enjoy photos in a virtual photo exhibition, and the app gives us a taste of what may soon be commonplace in the world of art.

EyeEm Raises $18M More to Turn Photo Sharers Into Photo Sellers

Photo sharing service EyeEm has raised an additional $18 million in funding after taking $6 million from investors back in 2013. The new war chest will be used to further the company's mission of becoming the top network for photographers looking to make some money with their photos.

Graphing the Dominant Colors in Photos of Europe

A friend (Eric) and I were hanging out one Sunday and we decided to do something fun with EyeEm data. We obtained and then graphed the predominant photo colours for every photo uploaded or tagged in Europe. We then generated these pretty pie graphs for each country.

EyeEm and Uber Team Up: Get a Free Ride, Take Photos, Win More Free Rides

Crowd-sourced taxi service Uber and photo-sharing service EyeEm announced an interesting partnership today: EyeEm will give you $20 in Uber credits no strings attached via a promo code, but if you're willing to document your Uber travels using the app, you can win even more credit and keep on traveling around town for free.