Fotolia and Adobe Stock’s Oddly-Sized HD Resolutions September 1, 2016

I started submitting stock footage to Fotolia early in my career, but stopped when they didn’t prove to be much of a player for me. That changed when I heard that Adobe was buying them and incorporating stock footage into their Creative Cloud offerings under the name Adobe Stock. That decision to start submitting new material has been beneficial, and I continue to upload clips regularly. But lately, I’ve noticed something odd about my 4K resolution files.

Will Pond5 Ever Do Away with Free-Form Pricing? June 15, 2016

One thing that attracted me to the Pond5 stock footage agency way back in 2008 was the ability to set my own prices. I wasn’t shackled to some set-in-stone pricing structure all the other outlets forced producers into. But are the tides changing at the Pond?

Is It Time to Ditch Web Resolution Options? June 17, 2015

Here we are, well into the 21st century with devices in our hands that are capable to displaying HD and 4K videos downloaded wirelessly at blazing 4G and broadband speeds. So why are some stock footage agencies still automatically transcoding our stock media and selling low-resolution 240p video clips?

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