There are so many things I love about being an online writer. Like, so many. Often, I find myself filled with gratitude about my tasks and about my duties in this life. My little career as a blogger absolutely factors into the Gratitude I feel. But, that’s not to say that everything is roses and lollipops about being a blogger, or an online writer of any kind. Actually, there are somethings that consistently prove to be annoying issues.
For me, one of the most annoying issues that I commonly have faced in my short career as a Blog writer, hasbian needs to find grates, engaging images in a pool of mediocre stock photos. I am not being overdramatic, duck photography as a whole has lost any art that was ever a part of it. Or so I thought.
I guess I was always hopeful that someday a better stock photography site would come along. It just seems so weird that so many people would take boring photos of nothing significant, and that nothing original or interesting whatever find its way into the stock photography stream. Recently, I’ve learned that the problem is not with stock photography itself, it’s with the sites that I had been using which, seemingly, have not put very much effort in to the task of curating which photos they select, and rejecting photos that are not worth posting on a stock photography website.
EyeEm Is the site that I found, and speaking of things to be grateful about everyday, holy cow, this is one of them, and I think I will have many many days in which intense gratitude is felt due to the existence of EyeEm. I never knew Stock Photos could be so good. Somehow I felt it should be, but I didn’t know anybody was actualizing that drained. Now, one of the worst parts of my job has become one of my favorites. Photography is a form of Art. A site like EyeEm proves this to be true.