David Schonauer

How To: Make Any Song Fit Your Video

ZY Productions   Thursday December 30, 2021

Editing a song or piece of music to precisely fit your video takes some know-how and some finesse. A new tutorial from ZY Productions offers tips on how to put music and visuals together in a compelling way. The result: a pro-level video. You might especially like the reverb trick.   Read the full Story >>

Books: A Visual History of Britain Nudist Clubs

HYPERALLERGIC   Thursday December 30, 2021

“Cloudy, conservative Britain may not be the easiest place to go naked, but a century ago, the nudist movement arrived,” notes Hyperallergic, which spotlights the new book  Nudism in a Cold Climate: The Visual Culture of Naturists in Mid-20th-Century Britain by Anabella Pollen (Atelier Éditions). Tracing the subculture’s evolution through the photographs, books, magazines, and films that variously defined it from the 1920s to the 1970s, the book demonstrates how British nudists — who later preferred to call themselves naturists — fought for legitimacy.   Read the full Story >>

Industry News: Global Chip Shortage Appears to Be Hurting Sony Significantly

PetaPixel   Thursday December 30, 2021

While the global chip and parts shortage has made the availability of new camera equipment scarce across the board and most manufacturers have had difficulty meeting demand, Sony may be the one feeling the biggest pinch, notes PetaPixel, citing a report from CNET Japan. According to the report, Sony’s market share in Japan took a massive hit in recent months as it has been unable to produce enough camera equipment to keep store shelves stocked. The report claims Sony’s ZV-E10 sold well due to its relatively low price, but the company was forced to suspend manufacturing of the new camera due to lack of parts availability. (See also: DIY Photography.)    Read the full Story >>

Spotlight: Ten Photographers Reflect on the Past Year

AnOther   Thursday December 30, 2021

“Social distancing, shocking news cycles, and newfound freedoms: it’s safe to say that 2021 has been a bit of a rollercoaster. While it’s been shaped by the global challenges which ruled 2020, and an ever-changing ‘new normal’, it’s also been a period of new beginnings; of reconnection and renewal.” So notes AnOther, which has asked 10 photographers to reflect on the year visually by sharing a photograph that epitomized their feelings about 2021. Among them: Annie Lai, Kuba Ryniewicz, and Nadia Lee Cohen.   Read the full Story >>

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