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Twenty20

45+ million authentic, real-world stock photos

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Matt Munson
@mattmuns
Thanks so much @erictwillis for posting! Really appreciate it. We've tried hard to rethink "stock photography" and build a marketplace that we, as creators, actually want to use. We are building Twenty20 so that you have awesome visual content for our websites, social media, and mobile apps, and to help today's emergent photographers get their amazing wo… See more
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Discussion

Kirill Zubovsky
@kirillzubovsky · Troublemaker. Founder. Dad
Comparing to places like CreativeMarket and 500px , what makes this place different and worth trying? Asking because it seems the only way to browse is post-login, and given other services exist, there's gotta be something really special about this one to give it a shot. Genuinely curious!
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Eric Willis
@erictwillis · Working on something new
Twenty20 has 45+ million authentic stock photos from everyday people capturing life as it happens. I've met up with @miccohen and some of the team at their office and really like what they're doing over there. Check it out.
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Matt Munson
@mattmuns
Thanks so much @erictwillis for posting! Really appreciate it. We've tried hard to rethink "stock photography" and build a marketplace that we, as creators, actually want to use. We are building Twenty20 so that you have awesome visual content for our websites, social media, and mobile apps, and to help today's emergent photographers get their amazing wo… See more
Lynn Fredricks
@lynnfredricks · President, Paradigma Software
Are there any licensing or pricing advantages as compared with other platforms? Also, what's the policy for handling IP violations? One problem I come across regularly is that, now and then, you'll find a source who has violated someone else's intellectual property. What mechanism is used for protecting the end customer in these cases?
Casey McCallister
@caseymac · Photographer / Brand Evangelist
In an ever-changing industry, what makes Twenty20 a place where photographers feel that their work is valued? Are you paying photographers a fair fee for their work? As a content creator, why should I upload to Twenty20 as opposed to something like Stocksy or the many other sites that offer similar services?