Tying your photographic images to a blockchain as an additional layer of proof of ownership, although not essential, provides a number of useful benefits.
Over the years technology has empowered both professional and amateur creative photographers with easier and faster ways for taking, editing or enhancing photographic images.
From AI powered software to mirror-less cameras, photographers are producing great looking work for both commercial and purely artistic purposes at a faster rate.
However, what makes one photo preferable over another is normally down to aesthetics, concepts and uniqueness.
Which is why it is not a bad idea to start preparing your own NFT Photography Library today.
Whether you are into the whole Non Fungible Token ‘rage’ or not, there isn’t any doubt that attaching your unique photography work to a blockchain, is a confirmatory action that artists can make as a means of publicly validating their ownership of the work they create.
This, with additional material that only the originator will have access to, can help quickly establish ownership of any artwork.
Tying your photos to a blockchain can be a relatively simple task, but may differ from one platform to another.
So, to get you started the following are an assortment of some the most promising NFT solutions currently available and suited for photography.
Vault by 500px
The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a protocol and peer-to-peer network, similar to BitTorrent, used for storing and sharing data in a distributed file system.
With unstoppable domains, use IPFS (InterPlanetary File System ) to secure your blockchain domain name and website. Display a brief portfolio of work, a short biography and other information on your IPFS Website. Start here…