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Here are the latest posts about Photography on Writers Write:

  • Facebook Appears to Target Pinterest with New Hobbi App (2020-02-14): Facebook has launched an app called Hobbi that is similar in style to Pinterest. The app is designed for sharing personal project photos and videos.

  • Instagram Unveils New Logo and App Design (2016-05-11): Instagram has unveiled a new look for its logo and its popular photo sharing app.

  • Facebook Reportedly Developing a New Camera App (2016-04-26): Facebook is reportedly developing a new camera app. It will open directly to a camera.

  • PicsArt App Raises $20 Million in Funding (2016-04-20): The PicsArt app has raised $20 million in funding to target growth in China and Japan.

  • Ponder Bills Itself as an Anti-Social Network (2016-04-15): A new photo and video sharing app named Ponder is calling itself an anti-social network.

  • Facebook Attaches Automatic Alternative Text to Photos (2016-04-05): Facebook announced it has started adding automatic alternative text to photos shared on Facebook, Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp.

  • National Geographic's April 2016 Issue Features 10 Different Animal Covers (2016-03-28): National Geographic's April 2016 issue features ten different covers. Each cover features a different animal.

  • Twitpic to Shut Down on September 25th (2014-09-04): Twitpic is shutting its virtual doors. The last day for the photo sharing site will be September 25th.

  • Social Network Photo War Begins Just Before the Holidays (2012-12-08): Photographs have always been important for social websites.

  • Burning Monk Photographer Malcolm Browne Dies at 81 (2012-08-28): Photographer Malcolm Browne has died at age 81.

  • Study Finds People Primarily Use Profile Photos on Facebook to Form Impressions of People (2012-03-08): Researchers at Ohio State University have found that Facebook users typically rely on profile photographs to form an impression of people.

  • Time Uses 1984 Photograph for Steve Jobs Cover (2011-10-12): Time magazine went with a 1984 photograph of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs with a Macintosh computer on his lap for its special Steve Jobs issue.

  • Scott Kelby Launches iPad Magazine Called Light It (2011-08-25): Scott Kelby, president and CEO of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), has announced a digital magazine for the iPad.

  • Hachette to Publish Lady Gaga Book of Photographs (2011-07-29): Hachette Book Group's Grand Central Publishing imprint has announced it will publish Lady Gaga, a book of never seen photographs of the music and fashion star taken by photographer Terry Richardson.

  • Senator Brown Fooled by Fake Dead Osama Photo (2011-05-04): President Obama says he will not be releasing a death photograph of Osama bin Laden.

  • Top Blogs Bloated Says Pingdom Study (2008-11-07): Pingdom analyzed the Top 100 blogs on Technorati and found that many of them have large-sized front pages primarily because of the use of a lot of large photos.

  • Flickr's Three Billionth Photo is a Door (2008-11-03): Over three billion photos have now been posted to the Flickr photo sharing website.

  • Rumor: People to Pay $10 to $15 Million for Pitt and Jolie's Twin Photos (2008-07-31): The JustJared.

  • LinkedIn Adds Professional Photos (2007-09-28): Adam Nash, the senior director of products at LinkedIn, has announced the addition of photos to the LinkedIn social network.

  • Freelancer Sells 500,000 Photos on iStockphoto (2007-06-16): Crediting the power of crowdsourcing an iStockphoto press release describes how freelancer Lise Gagne has sold 500,000 of her photos on the stock footage website.