Flickr is penny wise and pound foolish.
Added almost 2 years ago | As appeared first on werd.io
The site plans to handpick a few select photographers who will get 51% of the sales, but the vast majority of people will see their images printed onto canvas and sold for up to $49 a pop. The only credit they'll get is a small sticker at the bottom of the print bearing their name. Flickr's founder, Stewart Butterfield (now founder of Slack), is on record as saying, "it's hard to imagine the revenue from selling the prints will cover the cost of lost goodwill". I want people to use my photos.... Continue reading on werd.io
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