If you really want to be successful on Unsplash, find your niches and serve them richly. Again and again, new topics emerge that can suddenly demonstrate special demand. Those who can quickly place themselves here with good shots will probably also image this keyword in the long term.
Search is definitely something the Unsplash developers need to work on a bit more, but while the output isn’t satisfactory with every search term, with millions of uploads, the odds are never all bad. In addition, there are filtering features that, when used correctly, can help you find the photo you need much faster.
Right now there are 1.6k results for the search query “jellyfish” on Unsplash – and it’s incredible to see how many different ways Creators have captured the beauty of this creature. I’d like to share with you ten of my favorite photos that particularly fascinated me.
Unsplash is a big part of my life and I have grown to love the platform. Technically maybe not perfect and as good as it could be, but the developers show that they listen to the community and keep adding useful features. I’ve picked out five points that should make you give Unsplash a chance – and three why not.
Unsplash has added a big name to its list of API partners. More than 300 million of the daily Zoom users will thus have access to the huge database with just a few clicks.
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