Posts tagged: multi-client study

Photo Sharing Linked to Creativity for Younger Consumers

Alan Bullock
 May 27, 2014

A recent InfoTrends multi-client study, titled Social Photo and Video: The New Communication and Memory-Keeping Paradigm, used a combination of quantitative and qualitative methodologies to learn about the motivations for U.S. consumers’ photo and video behaviors, the reasons for the choices that they make along the way, and factors that influence their daily photo and video activities. Read more »

Time for the Industry to Start Calling Everything DILCs

Ed Lee
 Dec 13, 2013

Results of InfoTrends’ Consumer Digital Interchangeable Lens Camera multi-client study reveal that this is an exciting and also challenging time to be involved in the digital interchangeable lens camera (DILC) market. Rapid changes are still underway, and these are affecting consumer purchasing/usage behaviors, camera vendors’ product development strategies, and retailers’ selling strategies.
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What are photos worth? In $$$?

Other Posts
 Oct 23, 2012

Every year InfoTrends publishes a Personal Photo Activity Forecast for the U.S. which includes the number of photos that are captured. In 2012 InfoTrends estimates that 89 billion images will be captured in the US. We estimate that around 63 billion images will be captured in Western Europe this year.  Read more »

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