David Schonauer

What We Learned This Week: How to Mint an NFT. Or Has That Ship Sailed?

By David Schonauer   Friday June 11, 2021

You say you want to get in on the NFT art craze? Better hop on the bandwagon now. This week we spotlighted a step-by-step breakdown detailing how one goes about minting a non-fungible token. The good news? Despite what you may think, the process to create, list, and sell an NFT is not complicated or intimidating. The bad news? According to Protos, a website …   Read the full Story >>

Tech News: This App Will Tell You When Conditions for a Photo are Perfect

PetaPixel   Friday June 11, 2021

Money Shot is a new photography app available for iOS that is designed to help photographers land the perfect photo of specific places, notes PetaPixel. You just set a notification based on a location and the app will monitor the weather and alert you when conditions are prime. The app also provides a variety of in-depth data points, including when an Aurora is active, when the Milky Way is visible, or if a meteor shower is expected.   Read the full Story >>

Honor Roll: BigPicture Natural World Winners

BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition   Friday June 11, 2021

The California Academy of Sciences has announced the stunning winners of its BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition. This year’s contest focused on themes of biodiversity and mounting threats to the natural world. The images originally appeared on bioGraphic, an online magazine about science and sustainability and the official media sponsor for the contest. The grand prize winner is Canadian photographer Jo-Anne McArthur for her image of a eastern grey kangaroo and her joey in a landscape destroyed by Australian bushfires.   Read the full Story >>

Art News: Aftermath Project Receives Five-Year Grant

Aftermath Project   Friday June 11, 2021

The Jonathan Logan Family Foundation has awarded a five-year grant to The Aftermath Project to support winners of its grant program. The Aftermath Project is a non-profit organization that aims to tell the story about what happens to survivors of conflicts. “[W]e will be able to give finalists $5,000 each for the five years that we are running the American Aftermaths grant, starting with our 2021 finalists, Philip Cheung, Phyllis B. Dooney, Alexis Hunley and the Newburgh Community Photo Project,” notes Aftermath Project founder Sara Terry.   Read the full Story >>

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