Another user-generated content campaign gone wrong, ending up with a multi-million dollar lawsuit. This time it’s Anheuer-Busch.
Great weekend at 90sFest. Check out the photos!
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When Amazon opened their doors back in the 90’s, it was a website that only sold books. And their focus wasn’t only on selling the NYT best sellers, Amazon also opened their doors to indie/micro publishers and authors, providing them a platform for exposure – and more importantly, a sales channel that was previously unavailable to them.
And for Amazon, it was an incredibly profitable move.
“The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it.”
Our friends at PetaPixel just published a piece on the City of Laguna Beach and their seemingly new permitting requirements for both Commercial and (even!) Non-Commercial photo shoots at any of their public places.
According to their article, It doesn’t matter if you’re shooting a wedding party or your puppy on the beach… if you’re taking pictures in a public space whether on the beach or in the city, you will need to pay for that right.
“I truly think that the best way to increase creativity is through observing others. Thank you, BYLINED, for helping our community do so!”
BYLINED: How do you spend your time?
Kayla: As surprising as it may seem, I am an accountant and love numbers. Recently, I developed an interest in food photography (because let’s be honest, I’ve ALWAYS loved food). I started my Instagram account about six months ago to share the eccentric spots, hidden gems, and just plain delicious foods around Columbus and beyond. And it’s taken off!
“Everything we do must start with owned media.”