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Back in 2001, Google was only 3 years old, photography was still mostly a chemical process, photo sharing meant getting friends together to look at photo albums, and the large stock photo agencies were just considering being online, I developed an entirely online stock agency for outdoor photography called Wilderness Fringe.
It was among the earliest of the photosharing efforts. Photographers had their own accounts where they could upload images. Photobuyers would contact them directly to negotiate prices. Pages were search engine optimized to attract traffic.