We often describe your Byrd profile as your photography portfolio - so perhaps needless to say but spending a few extra minutes on your Byrd profile really makes you as a photographer stand out. Here is how you do it!
Getting comfortable in portrait photography might take some time and practice. That is why we dedicated a blog post to help you get started!
There are multiple ways photos and videos can be manipulated in today’s tech world, which is why it is so important with content verification. In this blog post, you will find out what verification means, how we use it with Byrd and why it is so important in today’s photojournalism.
A feature that allows you to engage and decide what is trending on the Byrd platform. In today’s blog post we’ll walk you through how and why you should use our upvoting function.
We figured it was time to straighten out our different feeds. So here is a very quick rundown of what differs the three different feeds.
Yes, it has been around for a few months now but we figured we’d let the light shine on one of our most popular features - the album function! Just follow these very easy steps and you’ll ace it.
Let’s be honest here - one of the best part of Byrd is probably getting paid. Here is what you need to do in order to get your money.
Photo licenses can be tricky sometimes to understand. So today, we’ll rule out the differences between non-exclusive and exclusive license.
A good photo or video needs a good caption - that just goes without saying. Here are some pointers in how to nail a good caption using a headline and a description.
A major feature of the Byrd app is our assignment function. This is where media communicate with our users and simply ask photographers for specific content. Here is more information about assignments on Byrd and how to do them well.
Let us introduce to you... Story snipping! With this feature, you can now record before, during and after the event - all in one video. That means you can capture more of a story and really make sure that you record the perfect moment that is otherwise hard to predict.
Byrd now cooperates with the legal company Not Allowed. The company is specialised in copyright infringement. In cases where the company is involved in Scandinavia, Byrd’s photographers will get a considerable discount.
The more eyes and ears on the ground the better. But in the age of fake news and in the age of social media it’s hard to tell who speaks the truth.
The tsunami that hit fourteen Asian countries in 2004, the story of Captain Chesley Sullenberger who in 2009 safely steered an Airbus 320 to ditch in the Hudson River and the Arab Spring which began in 2010 are three very different stories. But all of them had a huge impact on newsrooms all over the world.