This Slate article ended up in my feeds as it mentions my favourite stock photography girl (well lady now!): the Everywhere Girl. As most of you know (if you didn’t, now you do): I am fascinated by her travels in the online and print world. This reminds me that I need to use TinEye on … Continue reading The weird science of stock photography
Joey Coleman from MacLeans.ca on the Everywhere Girl. I wish I had seen his blog post about the University of Manitoba using her photograph in their marketing campaign in 2005. Missed it in my initial write up. I am still tracking her. Her last big appearances at Idée where in a series of book covers. … Continue reading Everywhere Girl
Lee’s post “I’ve used your image” reminded me of my Girls Girls Girls experiment. I have so many new sightings of the everywhere girl to add. This is just a reminder. I will compile my new list and add the new results to my old post. Stay posted! Lee’s post brought back to mind the … Continue reading Where is your image appearing?
I knew I would get your attention with that post title. Well, it should really read Girl, Girl, Girl…and for that matter it should really simply read Everywhere Girl… If you know about Idée, you also know that we have soft launched an image monitoring service. This service allows clients to find out where their … Continue reading Girls, Girls, Girls