I LOVE this Brief

One of the reasons ImageBrief was created was so image buyers could find cool, unique images, that fitted with their campaigns and products and their ‘culture’.  These briefs have definitely got a ‘feel’ that needs to be met:

http://www.imagebrief.com/briefs/backyard-swing-set-in-an-australian-looking-backyard

http://www.imagebrief.com/briefs/open-bbq-in-australian-looking-backyard

Think: Sunday Afternoon BBQs on bindi-filled lawns.  The mini-rainbows created by the sprinkler (that the kids are running through) and that unmistakable orange light that sets in the backyard that seems so quintessentially Aussie.  The swing set that threatens to tip when you swing too high and the waft of sausages.

As the brief says, it doesn’t necessarily need to have been shot in Australia but it’s definitely got to feel like Australia.

Maybe I’m just being sentimental, but I love this brief!

Get your pics in now!

Simon Moss is the CEO and Founder of ImageBrief, Inc. Simon has 16 years experience across photography, image licensing, influencer marketing, startups and creating products from ideation to execution and then taking them to market.

Simon has presented on Crowdsourcing Creativity at Vivid Festival, Sydney Opera House, Mumbrella 360, AIMIA Summit, New York Photo Festival 2012 and Crowdsourcing Week in Singapore 2013. Simon was a panelist at the DMLA conference in October 2015 discussing on-demand photography and a panel member at the IDG Capital Conference in Beijing, China.

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About Simon Moss

Simon Moss is the CEO and Founder of ImageBrief, Inc. Simon has 16 years experience across photography, image licensing, influencer marketing, startups and creating products from ideation to execution and then taking them to market.

Simon has presented on Crowdsourcing Creativity at Vivid Festival, Sydney Opera House, Mumbrella 360, AIMIA Summit, New York Photo Festival 2012 and Crowdsourcing Week in Singapore 2013. Simon was a panelist at the DMLA conference in October 2015 discussing on-demand photography and a panel member at the IDG Capital Conference in Beijing, China.