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Minimalism is subjective, but it can be summed up as something that screams simplicity. If you believe that less is more, this is the style for you. Love it or hate it, without getting too arty farty, here are some minimalist photos that will inspire tranquility, channel your inner minimalist and make you want to say namaste. […]
You have a list as long as your arm. From cake flavours to fancy invites your budget is expanding rapidly, do you really want to fork out for a professional wedding photographer when your guests all have cameras in their pockets? And yes, I am talking about a phone. Scoopshooter: Jeannie Roth Scoopshooter: Anon Everyone enjoys […]
Stock photography has a reputation for being bland and boring — sad, but true. Despite their lack lustre rep, stock photos play an important role for both publishers and brands, whether they are required to illustrate articles, for use on websites or in marketing campaigns. One of the main problems companies using stock photography face is generic, unrealistic photos […]
Scoopshot is an easy way for us to get content from mobile photographers. It has extended our reach towards our audience and people can easily send eyewitness photos to us.- Ulla Rannikko, Executive producer – MTV3 Finland
With our Finnair branded photo task, we got 816 authentic images from air travelers around the world – and bought 45 of those for our Annual Report while getting our brand in front of hundreds of thousands of trendsetters. Excellent experience for us!- Manti Väätäinen-Pereira, Communications Specialist – Finnair
My aim is to have 50% of our photos delivered by Scoopshot. We want to move away from the big press agencies who all sell the same generic images. Smartphone cameras are getting better and better. We want to be different.- Robert van Brandwijk, Editor in Chief – Metro Netherlands