- Photography Blog
- Wednesday, 13 December 2017 14:34
Photos capture life concurrently, get shared immediately and have the capacity to go viral without much effort – if the originality is there. Many different photos have gone viral, mainly taken by freelancer photographers that need extra loot, or are spotting various crimes in action. Without these rogue photo snappers, many pictures you’re witnessing online today wouldn’t exist.
If you’re wondering where, why and how these photos are taken, you’ll waste your time racking your brainpan. Here, instead, are 4 great reasons freelance photos are rather high on media moguls’ and general business wish lists.
To Spot New Fashion
We all know one of those breathtaking mademoiselle types who wear homemade jewelry, wear the coolest make-up combinations and hottest shoes – all at once – and look knock-out gorgeous regardless where they bought their $3.00 halter tops. You can probably also think of someone who does the same thing all wrong and achieves serious fashion victim status on a regular basis! Fashion shopping is never as much fun for women fashionistas without sharing the amazing finds with their best girlfriends – once pictures are taken, they’ll go viral or get sold to rogue fashion designers looking for some method to mimic ‘mainstream’.
For Viral Content
In the past decade, photo sharing on the Internet has become a staple feature that denizens of savvy photographers love to take advantage of. Gone are the days where you have to personally hand or deliver printed photographs to your friends, families, or colleagues. Now, with just few clicks, you are already sharing your photos not only too few people but to the whole World Wide Web. With freelance photography, one can literally snap interesting scenes and share them real-time, allowing whatever cause their promoting to explode in mass hysteria.
To Deter Fraudulence
Every time there is a major economic crisis, the survival instinct of many of us comes into play and statistics about different kinds of irregularities go through the roof. Several recent articles signal the increase in insurance frauds, card fraud rise and a wide range of illegal activities simply because families are seeking reprieve from our current economic holocaust, of sorts.
Rookie photographers are making huge media splashes, especially on widespread television shows, because they’re snapping photos which show these criminals showcasing their blatant disregard for employment, retail and vehicular laws.
For Improving Property Sales
New waves of technology have emerged which aim to make cameras, communication and data storage even simpler than your old cameras. Many businesses are already taking advantage of the benefits that mobile web devices, cloud storage and fibre-optic internet connections can bring. Yet, others, including many in the property industry, are more hesitant to adopt these solutions. Realtors, however, are all over it.
Since properties need photos to sell themselves online, it’s become nearly mandatory for freelance photos to be taken when realtors have little time for outside picture taking.
Photos today are relevant, regardless where they’re derived from. Magazines, newspapers, online media and businesses rely upon the high quality photographic depictions which freelancers are able to capture on film, sometimes paying inexorably just to have the distinction of being the only entity holding unique photography. Literally anyone with high-resolution camera phones, some free time and alertness can capture the next big thing on Pinterest, Facebook or Mad TV. And, even if you're not immediately discovered, your snapshot could earn you a quick prize.
About the Author
Roger Kowalewski is a freelance writer and photography buff from Indiana. You can follow him on Google Plus.