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Trending: Is Photography Dead? Not Yet

By David Schonauer   Wednesday April 24, 2019

Being a photographer isn't the worst job in the world. That distinction belongs to taxi drivers, according to the 24/7 Wall St website, which used data from CareerCast's 2018 Jobs Rated Report and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to compile a list of the 25 least least desirable jobs now, based on factors such as work environment, stress level ...   Read the full Story >>

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Trending: Eva the Robot Wedding Photographer

tech radar   Tuesday April 23, 2019

Maybe robots are actually coming for your job: UK-based company Service Robots has droids for hire or purchase, one of which is a humanoid robot called Eva, who uses facial recognition technology to identify people before asking them if they would like to have their picture taken. And, notes Tech Radar, this month she was hired by a couple, Gary and Megan Barker, to work at their wedding as a sort of mobile the photo booth.   Read the full Story >>

See It Now: The Circulation(s) Festival in Paris

British Journal of Photography   Tuesday April 23, 2019

The 2019 edition of Circulation(s) photography festival (through June 30 the CENTQUATRE cultural center in Paris) focuses on the work of emerging photographers who are originally from or currently based in Europe, notes the British Journal of Photography. The main exhibit is split between five thematic sections: Archives, Bodies and Suffering, Landscapes and Nature, Territories, and Documentary photography, explains Audrey Hoareau, who co-directed this year’s program.    Read the full Story >>

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