Up until just recently I always scoffed at selling my work as stock photography. Let’s call it youthful arrogance. I always felt my work was worth more and should be used for more important purposes.
The Flickr Marketplace is no more. Two years after launching a commercial licensing marketplace—a place for Flickr users to license their images to big companies looking for “authentic” user-generated content—Yahoo is officially shutting the program down.
In a feat of creative “appropriation” on-par with the whole Instagram/Snapchat Stories release, Shutterstock is stepping all over Adobe Stock’s toes by releasing a powerful Photoshop plugin that does the exact same thing.