#I Love Photography Live – Feb 27, 2014

#I Love Photography Live – Feb 27, 2014

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This week we decided to switch things up and put a more true-ringing title to this livecast, one that captures what Allen has really been doing all his life, which is loving photography. Our weekly broadcast will dive into the photo news stories that bubbled up above the rest, things that perked our interest, made our blood boil, or simply made us love photography a little bit more. Tune in this week as PhotoShelter Co-founder and Chairman Allen Murabayashi discusses PDN’s just released 30 To Watch list,  some new Nikon gear announcements, and a few remote cameras that captured precious mountain lion kittens (feeding on a deer though).

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Links

PhotoShelter’s Senior Software Developer, Peter Balderston is featured on Humans of New York

PhotoShelter’s Client Service’s Manager, Farah Visslailli’s Instagram makes it onto Gothamist

PDN‘s 30 to Watch in 2014 List

Perez Hilton on World Press Photo Winner

Weak Yen masks hard times as Mirrorless and DSLR sales decline via DP Review

Nikon D4s First Impressions Review via DP Review

CP+ 2014: Nikon Interview – ‘our cameras need to evolve’ via DP Review

iStock is Asking for Its Money Back via Peta Pixel

NASA Photo Shows North Korea Kept in the Dark at Night via the Weather Channel

North Korea Photography from PatitucciPhoto

David Gutterfelder’s Photography from North Korea

Woman Gives Birth of Sidewalk via New York Post

Remote camera catches mountain lion kittens feeding on deer via LA Times

HIGH-SPEED BALLISTICS PHOTOGRAPHY BY HERRA KUULAPAA via FeatureShoot

Where the World’s Greatest Photographers Go to Get Away via The New York Times

Selfies Have Led to a Head Lice Epidemic via Gizmodo

World’s Meanest App? via FastCo

SEEING THEMSELVES: PHOTOGRAPHERS’ SELF-PORTRAITS via The New Yorker

ANNIE LEIBOVITZ ON GETTING THE SHOT–AND THE FUTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY via FastCo

The First Selfie? via FastCo

 

 

 

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