New weekly podcast will examine the intersection between photography, culture and technology
NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 11, 2019
PhotoShelter, the worldwide leader in visual asset management for professional photographers and organizations, today launched Vision Slightly Blurred, a weekly podcast and Instagram TV series that will explore photography’s impact on society and the way we communicate today. Professional photographers and enthusiasts can subscribe to the podcast via Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iTunes and Google Play or tune in directly here: photoshelter.com/podcast.
Vision Slightly Blurred will dig into timely topics related to the evolution of photography — including an analysis of trailblazing photographers shaping the industry, a look at how technologies like facial recognition alter our relationship with images, plus discussions around the greatest challenges facing creatives today.
The Instagram TV and podcast series will be hosted by two seasoned photography experts: Allen Murabayashi, the Co-Founder of PhotoShelter and Sarah Jacobs, the Senior Photo Editor at ONE37pm. Murabayashi is a longtime photographer, keynote speaker and photography thought leader and Jacobs, who was previously the Visual Features Editor at Business Insider, is a photo editor and professional photographer. Murabayashi and Jacobs will combine their diverse backgrounds to offer unique perspectives and analyses on how photography is changing and impacting our world.
“Our relationship with photography is constantly evolving,” says Allen Murabayashi, the Co-Founder of PhotoShelter. “We’re hoping to illuminate issues at the intersection of photography, culture and technology that are relevant to professionals and non-professionals alike. And we’re also excited to share our conversations across Instagram TV to better connect with those who love photography as much as we do.”
Clips of Vision Slightly Blurred will be distributed on PhotoShelter’s Instagram account via Instagram TV, which people can follow here: instagram.com/photoshelter. Each episode will also be shared on PhotoShelter’s blog, alongside additional articles and resources related to topics discussed that week.
PhotoShelter’s mission is to empower effortless visual storytelling. We offer a unified platform of technology, tools, and insights that help more than 80,000 professional photographers and 1,000 brands manage their visual media every day. PhotoShelter accomplishes this through two solutions: PhotoShelter for photographers and Libris for brands.
In 2005, PhotoShelter pioneered the first cloud-based product for professional photographers to showcase, archive and sell their work. It offers beautiful websites, secure storage, plus over 100 features to help photographers take their businesses to the next level. PhotoShelter’s product for creative teams inside brands, Libris, is the simplest and fastest digital asset management platform built for visual media. The cutting-edge software helps 1,000 top consumer and retail brands, travel and hospitality icons, professional sports teams and world-class universities easily organize, collaborate on and share their photos and videos. Today, Libris is used by leading brands across industries, including The Associated Press, New York Jets, Los Angeles Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, University of Florida, Purdue University, National Aquarium, Chick-fil-A, Special Olympics Inc., Pandora, PBS, Politico, Nathan’s Famous and Wendy’s.