The Great American Eclipse

We're curating a collection of the best eclipse photos to be featured as a collection on Unsplash. If you are planning to shoot the eclipse we would love to see your photos! It doesn't have to be a photo of the eclipse itself, landscape shots incorporating the eclipse, viewing parties, and even partial eclipse photos are all welcome.

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Annie Spratt
New Unsplash apps for iOS and Android

We’ve just taken our first stab at an iOS app. I know, welcome to 2012 right? 

In the coming months, we’ll be releasing a full-fledged version that lets you do everything you can do on the site. Until then, we wanted to get this into your hands so you can easily upload your favorite photos to Unsplash with your iPhone.

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Annie Spratt
In response to Creative Commons

Last week, we put together the new Unsplash License to help us combat copycat websites and the problems that our community of contributors has faced because of these websites. Here's our response to Creative Commons' most recent post regarding the Unsplash License. 

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Annie SprattMikael
The Unsplash Manifesto

Our aim is to celebrate the gifts Unsplash contributors make by pushing the impact of their photography as far as we can. Our world is becoming increasingly visual. Images connect on an emotional level. They are not only how we self-express but also how we understand all kinds of information. The creative spirit is one of exploration. If creativity is a form of exploration, then an image is the perfect start.

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Annie SprattMikael
Hello, Unsplash Inc.

For the last 3 years we’ve been running Crew with Unsplash by its side. But since January 2017, Unsplash and Crew will operate as two independent companies. The main change moving forward is focus. Everyone on Unsplash will dedicate full attention on serving the Unsplash community. And everyone on Crew will give full attention toward serving the Crew community.

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Annie SprattMikael
High Resolution and Exceptional Quality Photos for Free

A few weeks ago I randomly ended up scrolling through Twitter and ended up on Sans Francisco which has a "designer toolkit" list of apps and websites. Including a list of photography resources. I'm well aware that creatives and bloggers often struggle to find the right imagery to compliment their work. In the past, this is where image libraries became of use, as did the right click button? 

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StoriesTony Rogers