I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while, but have been putting it off. Now, as part of the “Census 2023”, Unsplash has asked how the platform could improve. I have a few ideas.
Unsplash just launched its paid service, and the community isn’t exactly thrilled
It is perhaps the biggest step in the development of Unsplash – because now photos are not only given away, but also sold. I’ve put together a list of the reactions to this.
Unsplash wants to bring more photographers and 3D artists together with brands
While Unsplash users have usually said goodbye to the idea of making money from their photos anyway, the Unsplash Studio could change just that.
Unsplash doesn’t want AI images, so I built my own stock database
I have to agree with Marek about one thing: It feels like cheating. To generate so many and such great images so quickly is really a miracle of technology. What does this mean for the future of stock databases as we know them?
Use free images from Unsplash, Pexels and more directly in WordPress (2022)
Thanks to various plugins, the huge databases of Unsplash, Pexels and Co. can be integrated directly into the media library of WordPress. So it only takes one click to add the photos to an article. In this article, I will introduce you to the possible WordPress plugins and explain what advantages and disadvantages they have.
The Unsplash API provides thousands of apps with millions of photos – here are 10 examples
Beyond the website, software developers can also access an extensive programming interface to integrate the huge image database directly into their applications. In this way, uploaded photos appear in a completely new environment.
Meet the guy who tries to like every Unsplash picture there is
Erik has already given a Like to more than a million photos on Unsplash. What drives him to do it? And what does it mean that they have disappeared?
How to easily see views and downloads of any Unsplash user
While Unsplash is relatively generous about letting you see the numbers for your own profile, the stats from others are actually invisible. A Chrome plugin helps here.
Breaking the boundaries of photography with Photoshop and a Wacom tablet
Even with a normal photo taken with a camera, many things can be manipulated, be it through exposure, perspective or cropping. But somewhere there is an end – and you have to resort to image manipulation to achieve your goal.
Unsplash experts tell you how to take better photos with your smartphone
Just point and shoot? Even though smartphones make it extremely easy to take an endless number of photos in any situation, there are a few rules you should follow for the best results.