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.
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.
While Unsplash users have usually said goodbye to the idea of making money from their photos anyway, the Unsplash Studio could change just that.
When will you be able to upload videos to Unsplash? I don’t know. But it’s not like they wouldn’t want you to.
The Unsplash Book is a piece of contemporary history. But unfortunately, the print run was severely limited. What about a new edition five years after its publication?
It can’t be that hard.
One of Unsplash’s greatest assets is that it offers free access to a huge database of aesthetic photos – both through its website and API. However, this is apparently set to change soon for the latter.
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.
Unsplash is all about making photography available for free – and that…
Rising numbers are the only reward Unsplash photographers can expect. The quest…