These photos are old, they were leaked yesterday, you guys are late with the news ;)
That looks huge!
Woohoo, time to bag a bargain!
EmmanuelStarchild: This looks like a pretty sweet deal. So, I can make money if Getty Images wants to license photos that I post to Flickr? How exactly can I make sure Getty actually sees these images for consideration?
Follow the link above - the higher the resolution your photo, the greater the income; though to be fair, unless you sell a few at a time, it doesn't work out to be terribly rewarding :/
How do I add an image from flickr?
Very interesting proposition, just a shame it is missing an element of social platform integration...
Not that I can afford one but a flip rear screen would have been that much more interesting for me :)
Great tech with sadly an equally great price to match!
Lan: Thankyou Sigma, for actually realising that there's more than one country in the world!
They're doing an Olympus - I remember when the EP1 came out Olympus had a competition which was only for the US residents.
Sadly, some of these camera companies do not understand that the internet is cross-border...
Though in this case, a better chance for me to win, woohoo :p
This is great, must enter - ideal camera for landscapes!
Just sent Sigma an e-mail via the form on their website. The next thing I know, I receive an e-mail confirming my subscription :/
Great cameras for non sport-like activities, just wish they didn't add people to mailing lists in such a way!
Good to see someone somewhere is making money out of Getty images, despite numerous sales my Getty income stream is a mere trickle.
Very exciting, well done NASA. I love that the photo is wonky!
farrukh: Now that's a zoom!
Whoops, I meant to say that's rather close!
Now that's a zoom!
Lovely! Though very different to my set of Olympic event photos!http://www.flickr.com/photos/swamibu/sets/72157630793769412/
It's the direction tech is heading towards, so expect to see this within an 18 month window.
Good to see.