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These Three Photographers were Featured on Forbes

This Platform Allows Travel Content Makers To Earn Extra Money During COVID-19  originally published by Forbes Scopio’s vision is to make the millions of high quality images of global photographers on platforms like Instagram accessible to the rest of the web so they can power human centered storytelling. The world is diverse, and we want to be the largest library of authentic images that photographers everywhere can contribute to. Scopio’s photographers offer a contemporary perspective into their cities and people. By telling authentic stories drawn from experiences that are uniquely their own, they defy common stereotypes that are attached to these localities and transform perceptions. Forbes writes "This Platform Allows Travel Content Makers To Earn Extra Money During COVID-19." See the...

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The Best Family Hashtags on Instagram for Likes, Followers and Engagement

How to use Family Hashtags One pretty interesting form of portrait photography is family photography, and you see tons of it on Instagram. This form of portrait photography involves capturing different moments of family ties. It is quite interesting because as a photographer, you get to shoot more than one subject and most times, you get to capture them in a candid and genuine state. However, it might also be a little bit tasking as your subjects are not exactly models; so it is your job to make them feel comfortable in front of a camera.  Nevertheless, family photos are just always delightful to look at and it is loved by so many people out there. So,are you a portrait photographer...

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Designers Guild Interview with Scopio Co-Founder Nour Chamoun

  Co-Founder, and Chief of Product Nour Chamoun recently sat down with Designers Guild to share her story on Scopio. Here is what they talked about Why did you start working on this? My background is in design and I love visualizing impact, we started working on this when I was doing my masters in Technology and Design at Parsons in New York. We identified a huge problem with the abundance of photos shared on social media telling amazing stories, but not easy way for people to use these unique photos in their own stories outside of social media. So, we set out to create a marketplace of thousands of high quality photos sourced from social media and commercially licensed them so they can...

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