This is Gordon’s test page to check that the “premium content” Zephr rule works. I have picked random articles to fill up this test page.


The logic is as follows:

  • All articles are available to all users (subject to their paywall meter limit)
  • EXCEPT if they open the articles via this page
  • If they open an article via this page then they can’t read it unless they are a fully paid up customer
  • To be clear – if you go through this page you can’t read it but if you search for the article and open it that way then you can read it.
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Injecting creativity into commercial photography

Reading Time: 5 minutes Brand photography used to be regarded as an uninspiring and tedious genre for photographers. EyeEm has spent the last seven years changing that

From the BJP archives: Jason Evans on Jamie Hawkesworth

Reading Time: 11 minutes “I admit didn’t really get the fuss about Hawkesworth when he first started to make ripples in 2010 with his portraits shot in Preston Bus Station (a centrepiece of Brutalist architecture set for demolition ahead of a successful campaign to have it saved and listed), and his signing to Julie Brown’s M.A.P agency, but I have been won over by the ongoing developments in his work,” wrote Jason Evans for BJP in 2015; two years later and the institutions are also catching on, as Hawkesworth’s forthcoming solo show at the Huis Marseille in Amsterdam shows

EyeEm and VII Photo team up for Untold Stories

Reading Time: 3 minutes Founded five years ago, EyeEm has gone through several iterations – at once an online photographic community, a social network and a magazine. Their most recent and successful business model has been as a marketplace for imagery, giving photographers the chance to sell their images via agencies like Getty Images. While the Berlin company is…

Concerns mount over Getty Images’ free-for-all

Reading Time: 2 minutes On 05 March Getty Images launched an embed programme that will allow anyone to use 35 million of its images free for non-commercial purposes. The decision, taken to stop the widespread unauthorised use of images with attribution, has shaken the market, with independent photographers calling on Getty Images to rethink its strategy. [bjp_ad_slot] BJP has reached…

BPPA denounces Getty move as ‘massively cynical’

Reading Time: 1 minute “The reality is that there was a sort of sad inevitability about it,” says Jeff Moore, chairman of the British Press Photographers’ Association, the first representative organisation to react to Getty Images’ embed programme. “Something like this was going to happen at some point. We’ve got YouTube and Vimeo, why did we think we’d be…

10 things you need to know about Getty’s embed tool

Reading Time: 3 minutes Getty Images is revolutionising the photography market, once again, by making most of its photography free to use through a new embedding feature. But what does it mean for professional photographers and the market in general? [Read our full coverage here] We list the 10 most important facts you need to know about this deal. 1.…

Getty Images makes 35 million images free to use

Reading Time: 4 minutes The stock agency’s controversial move is set to draw professional photographers’ ire at a time when the stock photography market is already marred by low prices and under attack from new mobile photography players. Getty Images’ reasoning is that it is the best alternative given that the agency is not strong enough to control how…

National Geographic launches in-house stock agency

Reading Time: < 1 minute The in-house agency, called National Geographic Creative, is a new portal that “gives professional content buyers immediate access to hundreds of photographs and footage as well as National Geographic’s pool of award-winning photographers and filmmakers,” says the 125-year-old magazine. The agency will license National Geographic photography and video to commercial and editorial clients and makes…