Photography has evolved into something more than an aggregation of pixels. Photographer/Photo Editor Sarah Jacobs and PhotoShelter co-founder Allen Murabayashi discuss photography and its intersection with culture and technology in this weekly podcast. From facial recognition to the photographers capturing Beyoncé, Vision Slightly Blurred will help you see photography through a new lens.
Reuters Photos of the Year Look Terrible...On the Web
Reuters is the first major wire service to publish a year-end "best of" photo gallery. The photos are an incredible collection of well-composed images that convey so many of the seminal moments of the year including COVID-19, protests, wildfires, and...
Diana Markosian's Santa Barbara & Instagram's Latest Update
Diana Markosian's latest project, Santa Barbara, is named after the 80s soap opera which she watched as a child in the Soviet Union. Little did she know that a short while later, her mom became a mail order bride in order to move the U.S. amid economic...
Where Did That Viral Collage of Kamala Harris Come From?
After most major news outlets called the election for Joe Biden, a collage of former VPs and VP-elect Kamala Harris began to circulate on social media. Where did it come from? Allen does some sleuthing, and wonders why the major social media platforms...
Johnny Depp Plays Photographer W. Eugene Smith in "Minamata"
MGM has acquired the rights to "Minamata" a drama about Eugene Smith's last photo assignment documenting the horrific mercury poisoning in Minamata, Japan. Smith expected to work on the project for 3 months, but ended up working on the story for 3 years...
Pete Souza Recounts History in "The Way I See It"
The long awaited documentary featuring the Obama administration's Chief White House Photographer Pete Souza recently made its debut on MSNBC, and Sarah and Allen share their thoughts, and why they shed a few tears.In addition, Pari Dukovic's photo of...
PSA: Unsplash is Still Awful for Photographers (and end users)
Free stock photo site Unsplash entered the news cycle again when the UK government used a photo of an Atlanta-based dancer as the subject of their "Cyber First" ad campaign, suggesting that dancers would be better served with a job in cyber...
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Loved the creative discovery!
Great resource for even a newbie like me who is diving into the creative space.
This has a ton of potential. I’m a photo shelter user and love the websites, but these two clearly aren’t exchanging any decent ideas or knowledge on the subject of photography. As the title says, really disappointing.
Love this podcast!
Lots of great discussions on current issues in the photography industry!