Wednesday, December 19, 2012
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This is the power of NatGeo.
Free pictures to earn money are enough motivation to try it again.
jdiaz at 01:18pm on Wednesday, December 19, 2012
With terms and conditions like that, who on earth is ever going to agree to upload any images to Instagram? What a blinking cheek. Use Flicker or FB instead.
Don at 09:50pm on Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Yeah, as a photographer I will not be using Instagram for any pictures. @Don who commented just before me Facebook already has words very close to,"upload your photos and we may use them for anything we like without paying you anything". Not exactly their property but free to use for them. I post pictures on Google+ myself.
Jason Brown @ San Antonio Wedding Photographer at 02:52am on Thursday, December 20, 2012
These are truly fantastic post in about blogging. You have touched some good factors here.
cateyecreations at 06:07pm on Thursday, December 20, 2012
Instagram/Facebook are right, legal documents are easy to misinterpret, so why not make them simple!!
I think Instagram thought they could post these new terms and no-one would notice.
You've got to remember that Facebook paid $1bn for Instagram, and need to get their money back somehow. Just at the start of Dec a Facebook spokesman said they were looking into how to monetise Instagram.
I immediately deleted my account.
I wonder how many others did the same!
Graeme Webb at 10:31am on Tuesday, January 01, 2013