With billions of photos uploaded and shared daily on a variety of photo sharing sites,  monitoring copyright is a nightmare for both visual companies and content owners alike. On one side, photo sharing platforms cannot physically police every upload and on the other, content creators cannot spend their days policingContinue Reading

You discover, you save, you share. What should be a series of simple 1-2-3 tasks on your mobile devices can become a real hassle, especially if you are running iOS. Each step requires you to close and open different apps with the risk of losing it all in the process.Continue Reading

PicMonkey, the leading photo editing website, in conjunction with LEWIS, recently conducted a survey with over 2,000 respondents about the photos they edit and post on social media. Respondents were asked questions regarding photo quality and personal preference and use. Not surprisingly, 91 percent of all respondents said they haveContinue Reading

For those who couldn’t make it, LDV has just posted videos of the panels held at its latest Vision Summit, in New York this past month of May.  Since the summit lasted 2 days this year, with over 80 international expert speakers, 40 sessions, and 2 competitions, there is aContinue Reading

A new report from L2 Insight has just been released, covering Instagram’s recent efforts into the advertising space. The Facebook-owned company has made slow and careful steps over the last few years, carefully managing its user base while increasing its offering to advertisers. The result is paying off: In 2014,Continue Reading

An insightful study about teens and Instagram was recently published by the Pennsylvania State University. In it, Jin Yea Jang,  Kyungsik Han, Patrick C. Shih, and Dongwon Lee of the College of Information Sciences and Technology division, reveal some interesting facts on how teenagers interact with the photo sharing platform. UsingContinue Reading