WILL NICHOLLS, PETAPIXEL:
Lots of photographers and creators, particularly from the YouTube world, have been relying on subscription crowdfunding services such as Patreon to provide a constant source of income from supporters. There’s now a new competitor in the space: Kickstarter has just announced a Patreon competitor called Drip.
Drip was a small crowdfunding scheme for music artists until it was acquired by Kickstarter two years ago. Now the crowdfunding giant has relaunched Drip to work for all kinds of creators, including photographers looking to find supporters for long-term photo work.
“Kickstarter is for projects, Drip is for people,” says Kickstarter regarding the difference between its two brands.
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