In this episode of the PhotoShelter podcast Vision Slightly Blurred: The British Journal of Photography recently released their 2020 Ones to Watch list – a globally diverse list of talent that includes a number of photographers that we’ve talked about in previous shows.
Also, SFMOMA creates a series of short animations to introduce some of the pioneers of photography. The animation is kitschy, the info is high quality, and you’ll want to read up on the names you’ve heard before, but probably forgot since your college photo history course.
We mention the following photographers, articles, and websites in this episode:
- Introducing this year’s Ones To Watch (via BJP)
- The Duchess of Cambridge unveils final 100 portraits for Hold Still exhibition
- Can’t Take a Birding Vacation? Try Google Street View Instead (via Audubon)
- How to blur your house on Google Street View (and why you should) (via Mashable)
- Pioneers of Photography: An Animated History SFMOMA
- Julia Margaret Cameron’s Pomona (1872) (via NYT)
- Zoetrope artist Tee Ken Ng
- Insect Flight | Capturing Takeoff & Flying at 3,200 FPS
- Who photographed Paris Hilton Better: Daniel Jack Lyons for The New York Times or Ryan Pfluger for InStyle
- “Dystopian hell scape” – photo by Ezra Shaw