Photography is more important today than at any other time in recent history. It is used across every space where someone wants to sell you something like services, products, news, and even educational information and programs. The list is never-ending, and photography’s demand has led to several photo management innovations- both for the front end […]
Instagram has become a giant in the world of advertisement over the past few years, with more and more businesses, both big and small utilizing the platform. Instagram now has over 1 billion monthly users, to give that perspective, that’s some 400 million more people than the entirety of North America. If you’re in the […]
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