Shutter Photo is shutting down. Read this important message from the editor.
We appreciate your patience as we fix a couple of things that got broken over the past several weeks. Today, we’ll disclose what happened and why you shouldn’t be worried. Your favorite Photo Site isn’t going anywhere.
Taking yet another step away from a community-driven platform, Flickr has once again implemented changes that are less than ideal for the typical photographer. We discuss what those changes are, the fundamental flaws and the fact that Flickr clearly doesn’t care about us anymore. We’ll also take a brief moment to discuss the big picture of social media from a Photographer’s perspective.
In this candid editorial, we explore the state of the photography industry for amateurs and professionals. Where are we headed? What are the trends? We’ll cover it all.
Sony just announce the QX series “Lens Style” cameras that clip onto, and are controlled by, your phone. Is it an attempt to shake up the market? Or is the new form factor brilliance misunderstood? Here’s our take on the new QX line.
Flickr messed up and insulted their users. But as a photographer, there are plenty of things to be learned from their mistakes. Learn how not to mess up like Flickr.
In addition to our Flickr Group, we’d like to introduce you to our new community over at Google+. It’s one more way to share and discuss your work and thoughts.
The Boston Marathon bombings teach us that we are quick to jump to conclusions when we shouldn’t.
From film to digital, Shutter Photo has come a long way. Celebrating five years, we look back at where we came from.