Still think NFTs are some fringe idea? Yesterday the Associated Press announced that it will start selling NFTs of some of its iconic images at the end of the month. What will the market bear for photojournalism NFTs? Only time will tell.
Also in this episode: Getty Images recaps some of its photographers work on the anniversary of the January 6 Insurrection, Reuter’s Leah Mills does the same on Twitter, NYC Mayor Eric Adams shares an portrait of his mom in a brandy snifter, Greg Miller has a new photo podcast, Instagram is testing chronological feeds, and the James Webb Space Telescope has successfully deployed its mirrors which will allow it to take the best space images EVER.
We mention the following photographers, articles, and websites in this episode:
- AP to launch NFT photography marketplace built by Xooa
- Revisiting The Chaos Of January 6 – Creative Insights (via Getty Images)
- Leah Mills recounts her Jan 6 experience on Twitter
- What New Yorkers See in This Portrait of the Mayor’s Mother (via NYT)
- The Last Five Glamour Shots Locations in the United States (via NYT)
- Draven Rodriguez, Teen Behind Viral ‘Laser Cat’ Yearbook Photo, Dies at 17 (via NBC News)
- Inside Tom’s One Hour Photo (via Hollywood Reporter)
- Russ, 2016 – Photo Phonica
- Greg Miller’s “Morning Bus”
- Instagram Now Testing Chronological Feed (via Instagram)
- Why is the James Webb Space Telescope such a big deal? (via Cosmos Magazine)
- The James Webb Space Telescope is fully deployed. So what’s next for the biggest observatory off Earth? (via Space)
Cover photo by Allen Murabayashi