Taylor Swift makes photo contract concessions, Joni Sternbach creates beautiful…
Tim Matsui won first place honors in POYi and World Press Photo, but his real goal is to effect change through his documentary project covering domestic minor sex trafficking. Tim is using a variety of techniques (e.g. social media, community outreach, pounding the pavement) to reach a broader audience and make sure the project outcome isn’t just a coffee table book. Plus, Feature Shoot interviews Martin Schoeller, and Andrew Scrivani sure is skinny for a guy who shoots food for a living.
Our weekly look at all things photographic with PhotoShelter co-founder Allen Murabayashi.
1:19 An interview with Tim Matsui who creates social change through documentary journalism
18:41 Disqualified World Press Photo Winner Giovanni Troilo gets exhibitions
20:22 Getty Images CEO Jonathan Klein steps down; John Harrington reports on Getty turmoil
21:59 Justin & Mary share branding secrets, and we give away a Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8 Di VC USD lens!
23:01 Martin Schoeller says, “Go assist!”
24:32 The New York Times on Instagram
25:30 Texas Representative introduces bill to restrict the right to photograph police
26:37 Nicholas Williams attaches a camera to his face
28:17 Ricoh returned 90,000 photos to tsunami victims
29:34 Andrew Scrivani’s delicious food porn