On Friday, The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that 'more than 400,000 high-resolution digital images of public domain works in the Museum’s world-renowned collection may be downloaded directly from the Museum’s website for non-commercial use.' Even better, the images can be used at no charge (and without getting permission from the museum). In making this announcement, the Met joined other world-class museums in putting put large troves of digital art online.
Nikon Offers Photo Pro Video Tips Series Twice Melville, N.Y. — Nikon launched this week its “Nikon Behind the Scenes” video series, offering instruction and motivation to intermediate-level photographers.
Last week, Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group released the second animated short, Buggy Night, in its Spotlight Stories, a series of interactive mobile-specific animated films available on Moto X phones.
CNN Getty makes millions of photos free for online use CNN (CNN) -- Online photo archive Getty Images is opening 35 million images to online publishers to use free of charge, acknowledging that many of its pictures are already being copied anyway.
Here's the Wonderful Storytellers Ad by Google That Makes Us Smile First Showing "That's what's so special about stories - they're not predictable." During the Oscars show on ABC, Google aired a commercial they call "We're All Storytellers", a...
Last summer we told you that the J. Paul Getty Museum launched its Open Content Program by taking 4600 high-resolution images from the Getty collections, putting them into the public domain, and making them freely available in digital format. We also made it clear -- there would be more to come.
A good story can make or break a presentation, article, or conversation. But why is that? When Buffer co-founder Leo Widrich started to market his product through stories instead of benefits and bullet points, sign-ups went through the roof.
This Week in Photography: An Upskirt Ban, Getty's Big Giveaway, and a Fighter ... Wired We've got one photography project that pays homage to the greats and a nod to the photojournalism workshop that will create future greats.
The Holmes Report Breaking The Story Code: The Brand Storytelling Hero's Journey The Holmes Report "A hero ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder; fabulous forces are there encountered and a decisive...
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