Flickr launches limited photo licensing program, keeps the terms under wraps



Yahoo-owned photo sharing service Flickr has just followed in the footsteps of rivals such as 500px, announcing that it is getting into the stock photo business. If you’re a Flickr user, though, you may find the program rather opaque.

For one thing, it’s apparently not open to all Flickr members. Doubtless looking to save its licensees the hassle of sorting the wheat from the chaff, Yahoo is limiting access to the program to certain hand-selected photographers. That’s perhaps understandable, as filtering through a million…

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Nikon D810 initial gallery images posted: High Flyers, Rodeo Riders and ISO for days



Shortly after the Nikon D810 first entered our test lab, DxOmark made it official and gave the D810 sensor an overall score of 97 – their highest ranking for a sensor to date, just passing the D800E’s score
of 96. Add to that feat the new native ISO of 64, the impressive high ISO performance of its forebears the D800/D800E, and the enormous reader interest we’ve seen thus far in the D810, and we couldn’t wait to take it out for a spin in the real world.

Our lens specialist Rob Murray was first up, and thanks to a generous loan…

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