Dreamstime releases new Upload, now faster with AI enhancements

Dreamstime, the world’s largest stock photography community, with 33 million users
and 148 million images to this date, has recently released its new Upload section. Re-designed and finetuned
for its 670,000+ contributors, the new upload integrates Dreamstime’s proprietary PhotoEye™ AI
technology, prioritizes features based on popularity, adds an accessible mass file and metadata import
solutions and allows instant connection with the dedicated mobile app.

Call of the cultural and creative industries

Next to similar EU level calls to consider culture in recovery programmes, CEPIC has co-signed a German call for the cultural and creative industries to be included in all EU support programmes and national development programmes as a driving force for the economy as a whole.

Make culture central in the EU Recovery | Open letter

In the open letter 110 pan-European cultural networks and associations, including CEPIC, call the European Union (EU) and EU member states to protect culture as part of the coronavirus recovery plans and dedicate at the very least 2% of national Recovery and Resilience Facility budget to culture and creative sectors.

Stock Photography’s Historic Earnings Decline For Creators

Many photographers who have entered the stock photo business in the last 5 to 10 years have trouble understanding why photographers who have been producing stock photos since the 1980s and 1990s are so unhappy with how the business had declined. I’d like to provide a little historical perspective.