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Adobe Unveils Free Collection of Over 70,000 Stock Photos and Other Assets

In preparation for this year's virtual AdobeMAX conference, Adobe has unveiled two new initiatives that are meant to "inspire and empower diverse voices as we democratize creativity": an Artist Development Fund, and a massive free collection of 70,000 photos, illustrations, vectors and other Adobe Stock assets.

These Stock Photos Are Selling in the Coronavirus Pandemic

It is very hard to find any positives in the virus that is sweeping the world and creating havoc with every economy. But one thing that is happening in our stock world is that images and videos are being sought by buyers that just never existed before.

Frustrations in Stock Photography

I should start off by saying that I am not a big contributor to stock photography agencies. I did take the plunge into agencies like Shutterstock and Getty Images when I was moving into digital 10 or so years ago, but I found my niche elsewhere.

Truths Learned After 3 Years in Stock Photography

Landscape photographer Rachel Lerch spent the past three years selling some of her photos through stock agencies. In this 20-minute video, Lerch shares all the truths she has learned about how the story photo industry works and whether it's worth getting into.

Instagram Star Caught Using Other People’s Photos

Daryl Aiden Yow is a Singapore-based photographer and social media influencer who has over 100,000 followers on Instagram. He's at the center of controversy today after it was found that many of his Instagram photos were actually uncredited images shot by others.

Everyone is Sharing Hilariously Bad Stock Photos of Their Jobs

Stock photos generally aren't the best at showing realistic views of what different jobs are like, but sometimes they're hilariously inaccurate. People have recently taken to social media to point out the worst offenders, and the new viral hashtag #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob has been a solid source of laughs.