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Unsplash: What is It and How Does It Work?

If you work with stock photos, you might already be aware of Unsplash, one of the largest and most popular sources of free online images. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the service, this explainer will walk you through what exactly Unsplash is and how it works.

Match Your Favorite Style Instantly With Imagen Talent AI Profiles

Imagen has come a long way in the months since PetaPixel initially reviewed the service with the improved workflows and further enhancement of Talent AI Profiles. These AI profiles have been created by industry-leading photographers with unique editing styles so that any user can instantly edit their own images to match them instantly.

Fujifilm Launches Professional Services Program for Working Pros

Fujifilm US has just announced the launch of Fujifilm Professional Services. Just like Canon's CPS and Nikon's NPS, Fujifilm's FPS is a service and repair program for qualifying professionals that gives them access to expedited repairs, loaner equipment and more.

Evaluating Peerspace, the Airbnb of Photo/Video Studio Spaces

If you're shooting often, it can be pretty easy to fall into a rut. Maybe that's just me, but when I feel like I have to shoot, which is often, it can be a challenge to force creativity. I don't have access to a studio all of the time, and even when I do that space doesn't necessarily get my creative juices flowing anymore. It's too familiar; feels too safe.

Nikon Is Ending Free D600 Sensor Dust Repairs in 2020

Remember the Nikon D600 sensor dust issue? The problem—and resulting service advisory—dominated the headlines for a couple of years, from the time the issue first surfaced in 2012 until Nikon announced it would fix all D600s for free in 2014. But it seems that free service is finally coming to a close.

Flickr Pushes Deletion of Over-Quota Photos to March 2019

After limiting free accounts to 1,000 photo and video files, Flickr announced that it would begin deleting data from accounts over that quota starting on February 5th, 2019. Now Flickr has announced that it's giving users more time to download photos by pushing the wipe date back to March 12, 2019.

Flickr Has Been Acquired by SmugMug

Huge news in the photo sharing world today: SmugMug just announced that it has acquired Flickr from Yahoo, which was itself acquired by Verizon last year. This deal "will create the most influential photography community in the world," SmugMug says.

Imatag Uses Invisible Watermarks to Protect Your Photos

Imatag is a new service that uses invisible watermarks to protect photographs from copyright infringement. With the development of AI technology that can easily remove physical watermarks, more covert solutions could be a solution for photographers looking to identify and prove ownership of copied images online.