5 Photo-Centric Social Media platforms that you should check out
A few years ago, if you were a budding photographer or a professional and you wanted a platform to showcase your talent, the best place online was Instagram. However, recently, Instagram has decided to shift focus to video-centered content, leaving photo lovers and photographers scratching their heads. Thankfully, they were not alone in their anguish, and very soon, many photo-centric, seemingly algorithm-free social media platforms popped up in this article, we are going to talk about 5 such photo-centric social media platforms that you should check out.
Number 1. Vero
If you’re searching for a good-looking, simpler version of Instagram — without all the video add-ons — Vero may be the answer. Vero intends to be a place for creators, including photographers; in fact, artists may get themselves validated (or “verofied”) for better discoverability on the platform. Vero is now ad-free and, according to the company, algorithm-free; a FAQ page describes what data it gathers and when. The software is now free for “early adopters,” but new users may be charged an annual subscription in the future.
The focus here is on social networking as opposed to just sharing images. You may make a post with a picture, a link to another website, or an audio clip. You may also write a post on a book, an app, a game, or a location. You have the option of sharing your postings with close friends, close friends, and their friends, or the whole public. You may search for and follow “featured users” as well as accounts in categories like music, wildlife, and photography.
So, although Vero is likely to have a far smaller user base than any of the big social networking sites, it could be worth a shot if you’re searching for somewhere to share your greatest images.