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PetaPixel: ImageBrief shuts down after 6 years of trying to disrupt stock photo market

PetaPixel reports “distruptive” stock photo company ImageBrief has closed after six years of connecting agencies and brands with photographers.

“The company was founded back in 2011 and went on to raise $1.5 million for its mission of disrupting the stock photography industry. The idea was that instead of purchasing generic cheap photos through stock agencies, buyers could simply post “briefs” with their requests, budget, and time frame. Photographers signed up to ImageBrief would then receive the briefs and submit photos for consideration,” according to PetaPixel

Source: ImageBrief Shuts Down After 6 Years of Trying to Disrupt Stock Photos



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