David Schonauer

State of the Art: Trends to Watch for in 2018

By David Schonauer   Sunday December 31, 2017

So long 2017, the year in which AI made a great leap forward. Welcome to 2018, the year in which artificial intelligence will totally edit everyone's photography. Today we welcome the new year with a collection of prognostications about the trends that will power photography in in 2018, and AI seems to be the tech everyone is talking about. We may also be ...   Read the full Story >>

Trending: Dogs, Cats ... and Other Pets, to Start Off 2018

By David Schonauer   Sunday December 31, 2017

What will the New Year bring? More dogs, as we continue our semi-regular series focusing on the ever-increasing amount of pet photography we find online. Today's dogs includes an emotional homage to artist William Wegman's famous weimaraners, as well as a serious look at a shelter in Costa Rica that is home to 1,000 dogs. But, interestingly, we've spotted a ...   Read the full Story >>

Insight: The Top Photo Business Resolutions for 2018

DIYPhotography   Friday December 29, 2017

We’ll wrap up 2017 by looking ahead to a great (or at least better) year to come. DIY Photography offers photography business resolutions for 2018, among which is this: Aim to quintuple your passive income (money that is not dependent on an hourly investment of time –  selling stock photography online, for instance, rather than photo assignments). You should also stay up to date on bookkeeping, focus on social media and branding, sell unused gear, and buy only gear that will make you money. Good luck with all that!   Read the full Story >>

Art News: Avedon Foundation Demands New Biography Be Pulled

HYPERALLERGIC   Friday December 29, 2017

The Richard Avedon Foundation is demanding that a new biography of the photographer cease publication, notes Hyperallergic. The foundation alleges the book is “filled with countless inaccuracies” and is partly based on a work of fiction Avedon was working on at the time of his death. The book, Avedon: Something Personal, was written by Norma Stevens, who was the director of Avedon’s studio for some 30 years, and Steven Aronson. It was released on November 21 by Penguin Random House’s imprint Spiegel and Grau.    Read the full Story >>

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