Blog posts tagged '500px'

Limited-time 20% discount on premium stock photography from 500px Prime

Earlier this year, the popular photo sharing site 500px announced a stock photography storefront where users could submit their images’ licenses to be sold. Running for the better part of a year now, the venture has been incredibly successful. Any individual, commercial business, non-profit organization, news agency, blogger, or publisher in need of images to complement their work has millions of searchable photographs available for immediate purchase and download on 500px Prime. For a limited time, 500px Prime...

My thoughts on 500px’s Pulse 2.0

Since posting my original "Getting started with 500px" article back in March, the team at 500px has made a few changes that I thought I should discuss. Some of the things I said in that original article are now no longer true, and I didn't want to confuse new users who may come across that old entry.

Getting started with 500px

500px is an online photo sharing community. It’s similar to the popular website flickr, but designed by photographers, for photographers to share only their best work. 500px has about 500 times fewer registered users than flickr—but in my opinion, that’s a good thing. The site has a unique rating system that’s time sensitive. This means that no matter how well known you are your photos’ “pulse” will go down over time; everyday new photos have...

New year, new website, and new blog!

If you haven't noticed, I have an updated website! I've given my photography home a new, modern layout, integrated the site with Fotomoto, and added this blog. The home page is interactive allowing users to pause on an image or flip through at their own pace. The new gallery layout uses square thumbnails everywhere which I think gives a clean, consistent look. Gallery pages also have mobile versions that provide an easy-to-use, swipe-able interface...