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.
A Retoucher Altered the Expression of Genocide Victims To Make Them Smile
In the mid- to late-70s, the Khmer Rouge committed a heinous genocide in Cambodia that killed 25% of its population. The government infamously photographed many of these victims at Tuol Sleng, a school which was converted into a torture facility....
The Vaccine Selfie Doesn't Hurt a Bit!
Over 100 million people in the U.S. have already received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccines, and we have the photos to prove it. In this episode of Vision Slightly Blurred:- Lindsey Wasson captures the surprised expression of a 98-year old nursing...
A Huge Legal Win, an Even Bigger Boat, and Our 100th Episode
Photographer Lynn Goldsmith won a huge victory against the Andy Warhol Foundation last week when the 2nd Court of Appeals declared that the Foundation had infringed her copyright when it licensed artwork based on her photo of Prince in 2016. Sarah and...
Rick Smolan on the 40th Anniversary of "A Day in the Life"
Slightly over 40 years ago, photographer Rick Smolan convened 100 of the world's best photographers to photograph 24 hours in Australia – an audacious and self-published effort which yielded the first in a series of massively successful photo coffee...
Enoch Ku's Spectacularly Ordinary Photos of Sacramento
We like the quirk, and that's what photographer Enoch Ku captured while cruising around his hometown of Sacramento, CA. A set of hedges cut into the shape of playing card suits, a manhole cover ambiguously lined up with a street's divider lines, playful...
Chanell Stone Captures Urban Nature in All Its Black & White Glory
Oakland-based Chanell Stone continues to receive recognition for her "Natura Negra" project, which explores the relationship between land, nature and African-Americans in an urban setting. The photos are rich with meaning, and surprising presented as a...
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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.
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