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05 2011

My 500px Photostream

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Image by Thomas Hawk
For the past week or so I’ve been spending some time playing around with the photosharing site 500px and am really starting to like it. The site has been around awhile (since 2003) but went through some major redesigns, most notably in the Fall of last year. The result seems to be a very elegant photosharing community that is far more focused on fine art and artistic oriented photography than Flickr is.

In a lot of ways, the site reminds me of an early Flickr, back when the staff seemed to care more and back when Flickr actually seemed to care about beautiful photography and their users.

The site has two different versions. There is a free version which features a basic photostream and limits you to 20 uploads per week and one collection. And then there is a paid version at per year which offers unlimited uploads and collections.

Both versions offer unlimited hosting and a basic photostream organized by most recently uploaded photo in an elegant large square format with oversized photos when you click through. Both versions also include a free photoblog to blog your work in a different way if you’d prefer that over the traditional photostream as well as a wall where people can leave comments about you. 500px also claims that the photos are optimized for SEO so that your work can be found.

In addition to allowing unlimited uploads, the paid version allows a number of other features including the ability to link your photostream to a custom domain, an RSS feed, the ability to remove all 500px branding from your stream (aka white label), advertising free, as well as the ability to hook your stream up to a Google analytics account to better monitor traffic and activity.

In addition to your own photostream, like Flickr, you can build favorites of other photographs, comment on photographs and either "like" or "dislike" photographs which results in a public numerical score that a photograph receives. There are several areas where you can also explore some pretty amazing photography, including popular, editor’s choice, upcoming and fresh.

Perhaps what I find most refreshing about the site as it’s structured right now is that it seems to be attracting some of the most talented photographers I’ve seen on the web in any one place in long time.

Scrolling through many of the members photostreams it reminds me of some of the early photographers who gravitated to flickr using it to express the beauty of the world around them. Comparing some of the showcase areas above, for example, with Flickr’s super crappy Explore (complete with blacklisting users, sparkly gifs, and obnoxious watermarks) there simply is no comparison as to which is showing superior fine art photography. 500px is better.

Also, in contrast to Flickr’s puritanical censorship, 500px doesn’t seem to have a problem with the occasional artistic representation of the female form that, God forbid, might (gasp) actually show a naked breast. I guess it probably helps that they are Canadian and more laid back about those sorts of things. Flickr on the other hand censored this photograph of mine of an 1874 painting by Jules-Joseph Lefebvre from the Chicago Art Institute that doesn’t even show boobs.

Creating an account and profile was very easy on 500px. I liked that they don’t seem to have a problem with html markup in your profile and I was able to link all of my other social media sites. It’s also nice that your profile accompanies your photostream, favorites, etc. giving good exposure to the photographer.

Uploading photos was pretty easy. It’s also nice that 500px allows images sized up to 30MB. Flickr is stuck in the dark ages with the pre-2004 20MB limit still. When popular cameras like the Canon 5DM2 routinely produce images between 20MB and 30MB it sucks that when you use Flickr’s bulk uploader that they mangle images so badly, resizing them in some cases down to less than 500kb (example). It’s bad enough to have your images resized without being told about it, but to resize a 22MB image down to less than 5% of it’s original size just seems really cheap on Flickr’s part.

It is a drag that 500px doesn’t seem to read a photo’s metadata and allow you to auto-populate titles, keywords, descriptions/captions, etc. Hopefully they enable that soon as there is no sense in doing that work in lightroom only to have to rekey that data in after uploading to 500px. There are also lots of areas that 500px seems to have room to grow in. It would be nice to see groups there like Flickr has.

Like Flickr, 500px allows you an embed code to blog your images, as well as the buttons necessary to share your image to other popular social networking sites like Twitter, StumbleUpon, Facebook, Google Buzz, etc.

I think more than any of the above items, what’s got me most interested in 500px though, is what feels to me like a truly refreshing view of photography from the people who work there. Flickr staffers have routinely expressed their disdain over the years for the fine art photographer. They’ve deleted accounts without warning, they’ve censored artists, they’ve blacklisted many from Explore, they’ve banned artists from the public help forum areas, and in general just routinely treat us (their users) like garbage. We’ve been talked down to, treated like children, and been openly abused.

Compare and contrast Flickr’s disdain for the artistic fine art photographer with this "about" page from 500px.

"The mission
Being an artist has never been easy, especially in today’s fast paced, digital age. Photographers can’t be just artists anymore, they have to be managers, accountants, marketing teams, assistants, web developers, and their own ‘mean, lean, shutter-clicking machines". Too many things to handle? We sure think so! We started the company to help photographers get greater exposure, reduce some of the marketing headaches, and to let creatives concentrate on what they do best. We love seeing amazing work and equally love promoting it! A sense of inspired community is also important to us. We believe that the way forward is through presenting, discussing, supporting, and socializing with like-minded people."

Our Team
500px is a group of individuals that live and breathe photography. We like to share art with others and have the means to do so. Our small company is based in Toronto and from there we broadcast the awesomeness. We truly enjoy what we do.

That reads so refreshing.

500px still has a lot of work to do to continue competing with Flickr, but thus far I’ve found it to be very community centered and certainly with great potential. They state that they are currently seeking angel and VC funding here.

You can check out my photostream and follow me on 500px here.

Thanks by the way to my good rooftopping Pal Tomms, for turning me on to this awesome site. Check out this amazing photograph that he posted on 500px!

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05 2011

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05 2011

In best seo company what are they are doing to get the site first in search engines?

Question by Tamil: In best seo company what are they are doing to get the site first in search engines?
In best seo servicing company what are they are doing to get the site first in search engines.
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Hi Tamil,

There is a lot of hype about SEO and the reality is that it is rather simple.

There are two ways to do SEO known as on page and off page.

On pages is about having your keywords in your URL, title pages and various tags. Once that is done then you can do no more on page SEO. When it is done it is done!

Off page is the big secret to high rankings and is often called back links. Simply this means you need to go to various places and create a link back to each of your web pages, and then keep repeating this. Don’t link everything back to your homepage. Many people do this and it is a big mistake. You can use article directories, relevant blogs, forums, social networking sites etc. to get back links.

It is a fair bit of work but the more links the higher the ranking. It is that simple and sadly a bit laborious but it works.

Add your own answer in the comments!

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05 2011

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05 2011

My 500px Favorites

My 500px Favorites
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Image by Thomas Hawk
For the past week or so I’ve been spending some time playing around with the photosharing site 500px and am really starting to like it. The site has been around awhile (since 2003) but went through some major redesigns, most notably in the Fall of last year. The result seems to be a very elegant photosharing community that is far more focused on fine art and artistic oriented photography than Flickr is.

In a lot of ways, the site reminds me of an early Flickr, back when the staff seemed to care more and back when Flickr actually seemed to care about beautiful photography and their users.

The site has two different versions. There is a free version which features a basic photostream and limits you to 20 uploads per week and one collection. And then there is a paid version at per year which offers unlimited uploads and collections.

Both versions offer unlimited hosting and a basic photostream organized by most recently uploaded photo in an elegant large square format with oversized photos when you click through. Both versions also include a free photoblog to blog your work in a different way if you’d prefer that over the traditional photostream as well as a wall where people can leave comments about you. 500px also claims that the photos are optimized for SEO so that your work can be found.

In addition to allowing unlimited uploads, the paid version allows a number of other features including the ability to link your photostream to a custom domain, an RSS feed, the ability to remove all 500px branding from your stream (aka white label), advertising free, as well as the ability to hook your stream up to a Google analytics account to better monitor traffic and activity.

In addition to your own photostream, like Flickr, you can build favorites of other photographs, comment on photographs and either "like" or "dislike" photographs which results in a public numerical score that a photograph receives. There are several areas where you can also explore some pretty amazing photography, including popular, editor’s choice, upcoming and fresh.

Perhaps what I find most refreshing about the site as it’s structured right now is that it seems to be attracting some of the most talented photographers I’ve seen on the web in any one place in long time.

Scrolling through many of the members photostreams it reminds me of some of the early photographers who gravitated to flickr using it to express the beauty of the world around them. Comparing some of the showcase areas above, for example, with Flickr’s super crappy Explore (complete with blacklisting users, sparkly gifs, and obnoxious watermarks) there simply is no comparison as to which is showing superior fine art photography. 500px is better.

Also, in contrast to Flickr’s puritanical censorship, 500px doesn’t seem to have a problem with the occasional artistic representation of the female form that, God forbid, might (gasp) actually show a naked breast. I guess it probably helps that they are Canadian and more laid back about those sorts of things. Flickr on the other hand censored this photograph of mine of an 1874 painting by Jules-Joseph Lefebvre from the Chicago Art Institute that doesn’t even show boobs.

Creating an account and profile was very easy on 500px. I liked that they don’t seem to have a problem with html markup in your profile and I was able to link all of my other social media sites. It’s also nice that your profile accompanies your photostream, favorites, etc. giving good exposure to the photographer.

Uploading photos was pretty easy. It’s also nice that 500px allows images sized up to 30MB. Flickr is stuck in the dark ages with the pre-2004 20MB limit still. When popular cameras like the Canon 5DM2 routinely produce images between 20MB and 30MB it sucks that when you use Flickr’s bulk uploader that they mangle images so badly, resizing them in some cases down to less than 500kb (example). It’s bad enough to have your images resized without being told about it, but to resize a 22MB image down to less than 5% of it’s original size just seems really cheap on Flickr’s part.

It is a drag that 500px doesn’t seem to read a photo’s metadata and allow you to auto-populate titles, keywords, descriptions/captions, etc. Hopefully they enable that soon as there is no sense in doing that work in lightroom only to have to rekey that data in after uploading to 500px. There are also lots of areas that 500px seems to have room to grow in. It would be nice to see groups there like Flickr has.

Like Flickr, 500px allows you an embed code to blog your images, as well as the buttons necessary to share your image to other popular social networking sites like Twitter, StumbleUpon, Facebook, Google Buzz, etc.

I think more than any of the above items, what’s got me most interested in 500px though, is what feels to me like a truly refreshing view of photography from the people who work there. Flickr staffers have routinely expressed their disdain over the years for the fine art photographer. They’ve deleted accounts without warning, they’ve censored artists, they’ve blacklisted many from Explore, they’ve banned artists from the public help forum areas, and in general just routinely treat us (their users) like garbage. We’ve been talked down to, treated like children, and been openly abused.

Compare and contrast Flickr’s disdain for the artistic fine art photographer with this "about" page from 500px.

"The mission
Being an artist has never been easy, especially in today’s fast paced, digital age. Photographers can’t be just artists anymore, they have to be managers, accountants, marketing teams, assistants, web developers, and their own ‘mean, lean, shutter-clicking machines". Too many things to handle? We sure think so! We started the company to help photographers get greater exposure, reduce some of the marketing headaches, and to let creatives concentrate on what they do best. We love seeing amazing work and equally love promoting it! A sense of inspired community is also important to us. We believe that the way forward is through presenting, discussing, supporting, and socializing with like-minded people."

Our Team
500px is a group of individuals that live and breathe photography. We like to share art with others and have the means to do so. Our small company is based in Toronto and from there we broadcast the awesomeness. We truly enjoy what we do.

That reads so refreshing.

500px still has a lot of work to do to continue competing with Flickr, but thus far I’ve found it to be very community centered and certainly with great potential. They state that they are currently seeking angel and VC funding here.

You can check out my photostream and follow me on 500px here.

Thanks by the way to my good rooftopping Pal Tomms, for turning me on to this awesome site. Check out this amazing photograph that he posted on 500px!

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05 2011

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05 2011

On Air: Episode 1-4

On Air: Episode 1-4
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As a keen novel reader and movie goer once upon a time, I am familiar with trilogy and such. I know of three team that are famous for these series of dramas. There is the one I called the ‘Seasons’ team responsible for bringing to us Autumn Tale, Winter Sonata, Summer Scent and Spring Waltz. One team where death is a certainty in their ending in their dramas, Beautiful Days, Stairways to Heaven and Tree in Heaven. I never watched any of the drama of the above but I did watched all three dramas by whom I will term as the ‘Lovers’ team. They brought us Lovers in Paris, Lovers in Prague and Lovers. So we wait in anticipation and excitement what intrigues the drama will unfold for us. There are a whole list of many cameo appearance from stars to provide its autenticity as it is based on the entertainment industry. It is said that Kim Jung Eun and Lee Seo Jin will be appearing here as well. I hope they will not consider a Lovers poster hung outside an eatery and Kim Jung Eun appearing from the Lovers in Paris DVD that Seo Young Eun watches her TV as a cameo appearance.

They did well by having four main leads whom are of equal popularity. What a list of star studded cast. In the first two episodes I guess they laid down to where the characters’ places are. As there was not much to touch on, it was really not an eye-opener although my intial thought that there is a lot of ego and hurt with all main characters. Then there is the obvious who-is-with-who couples. I am going with Lee Beom Soo/Kim Ha Neul and Park Yong Ha/Song Yong Ah. I think they are best suited in this manner due to the understanding of each other role and responsiblity. There is a note that Director and Writer are always in the team. Lee Beom Soo as an entertainment manager will be the best person to understand Oh Seng Ah and her inflated ego.

The drama start at an award show where Oh Seung Ah (Kim Ha Neul) messed it up by refusing to accept an award because it was shared with another actor. She felt that there should only be one person hence declined the award. I guess this selfish behaviour upset a lot of people. Of course, one of the director’s responsible at the time was Lee Kyung Min (Park Yong Ha) who rightly told Oh Seung Ah that she may be a top star now but in a few years she will be old, divorced with kids. Harsh reality, isn’t it. Anyway, it maybe the revelation to her that she need to be in control of her own life. She refused to renew her contract with her current management company. Is it me, but I think her ex-manager looked like someone from the triad group then in entertainment by the way of all the shouting and threats? I loved the way she told that Chaebol heir that they should informed his wife if they are going to start an affair. Do you feel that she is actual a lonely figure and whether she really have the talent to be actress in its true sense? Seo Young Eun said she was not an actress but a celebrity with a lot of advertising endorsement.

Seo Young Eun (Song Yong Ah) who is a top ratings writer who commands a 2 million won per episode writer. However, Oh Seung Ah has been a thorn on her side ever since Oh Seung Ah refused to read her earlier script ‘Ticket to the Moon’ and as she was the one handing out the award that ill fated night, she was caught by the photographer is an awkward pose that appeared the very next day in all the national papers. I believe she gave up writing script that she liked to, to script that would sell better after that refusal. She is a single mother and with a mysterious engagement ring. It is quite interesting to watch her debating with Lee Kyung Min who is trying to shoot her first script ‘Ticket to the Moon’. I would love to see how this couple journey from enemies to lovers. After all, he had seen her in her undies and she had seen him bare chested. Doesn’t k-dramas always get the couple found in a compromising situation land together? We caught glimpse of Park Yong Ha’s bare chested as well thanks to her. He! He! I think there is more compromising situations coming on for them.

Lee Kyung Min (Park Yong Ha) is a Director looking for his big break and he found the perfect script for it in Seo Young Eun’s Ticket to the Moon. He needs her to be involved in the production team but he wants Oh Seung Ah as the female lead and that did not sit well with Seo Young Eun. He went chasing Seo Young Eun to Taiwan for it, he was not afraid that she is not deserving of the payment she is getting for the work she been and even camping out her her office to have easy access to her. He originally suggested that they were to discuss about in a hotel room. Although he made a sound observation to Oh Seung Ah and Seo Young Eun, he is not without his own family problems too. Furthermore, he does not know it yet that his mother works as a housekeeper for Seo Young Eun.

Jang Gi Joo (Lee Beom Soo) was about to close his management business when Oh Seung Ah called him to return a thirty thousand won loan he had lent her some years back. Oh Seung Ah in-charged him as her a manager with her own set rules and terms. Although he gives in to all her whims and fancies, he is not afraid to tell her off when she crosses the line which I feel that he is the right person to tame the ‘shrew’ in Oh Seung Ah. In Episode 4 when they were meeting with Kim Min Joon (as the actor), a drama character Ahn Jung Geun was mentioned. For those who are not familiar with Lee Beom Soo, he played Ahn Jung Geun with Kim Min Joon in Surgeon Bong Dal Hee. I thought it is ironic as there may be many more reference made to the actors’ own career. I think they will keep all the dramas mention within the SBS stables of course. For those who are familiar with Lee Beom Soo, we know that he worked out to have a well-toned body that we will have a privy to look at the ‘work’ done in the next episode. I was judging from that little snipets from the Preview of Episode 5. He! He! This Ajumma is biting her lower lips in anticipation.

Keep up the good work because you have awaken our interest now.

by Jackie (http://bimbibap.wordpress.com)

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