Keeping up with the Joneses

The vast majority of professional photographers today make use of some software package, be it Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop or Apple’s Aperture. We tend to rely on these software releases for a wide array of tasks and when the chance to upgrade to a new version...

Flattr: Could this work?

Peter Sunde isn’t known for his approach at ensuring content creators get rewarded for their work. The Pirate Bay, which doesn’t host any illegal content but happens to point to where you can find said content, is a prime example of taking content for free. Putting...

The iPad: Excited or Blasé?

Unless you’ve been in Afghanistan for the past 6 months, the announcement of the iPad has been met with the usual response from the fan bois, the media and indeed anyone who loves to love Apple products. Even I was skeptical at first. It seems like an iPhone that had...

Bloody Agent

Julius, you will never cease to give us more creative input than any other politician out there. In the spirit of Ubuntu, I’ve decided to create a collective that makes all ‘Bloody Agent’s feel at home, especially those bastards, small boys and other...

The Getty/Flickr Conundrum

Flickr have recently announced that their relationship with Getty Images has been extended. Initially, only a select number of photographers had the ability to add images from their Flickr stream into the Getty collection. The process was rather simple: Getty...