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Life as a Snappr

Disgruntled Snappr photographers say the on-demand photography start-up is marred by low pay, poor communication, unrealistic client expectations, and an intimidating rating system. There’s also…

No merger to follow acquisition says Snappr

Some established professional photographers listed on Photographers.com.au, an online directory, are concerned that Snappr’s acquisition means they now are affiliated with the low-price on-demand photography…

Snappr acquires Photographers.com.au

Snappr, an Australian on-demand photography start-up, has purchased Photographers.com.au, an online directory and marketing platform, for an undisclosed amount. Snappr co-founder, Matt Schiller, said the…

Shootzu connects arms and legs

As more clients now request both stills and videography, a new Australian start-up, Shootzu, has taken on the task of connecting photographers and videographers with fellow shooters. In over a year since launching Shootzu, more than $135,000 worth of work has gone through the platform.

KodakIT gets IT in neck!

Kodakit, Eastman Kodak’s controversial bottom-feeding photography service, like Snappr described as an ‘Uber of photography’, has announced it will cease operations from January 2020. The…

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