David Schonauer

Tech News: PhotoShelter App Lets You Deliver Photos to Clients Via Phone

DP Review   Friday August 30, 2019

PhotoShelter’s new FileFlow app allows photographers and clients to search, download and share images instantly—no computer required, notes PetaPixel. Users and their clients can access and browse through shared content, search through image collections and galleries, batch download both original or JPEG versions of images, and directly share content using multiple methods, including email and various social media platforms, adds DP Review. The company plans to equip FileFlow with support for uploading content and setting permissions for accessing the content.   Read the full Story >>

What We Learned This Week: Remembering a Car Spy and a Hollywood Photographer

By David Schonauer   Friday August 30, 2019

People at General Motors called it "Dunne's Grove." A hill overlooking the auto maker's proving ground in Milford, Michigan, it was the preferred perch from which photographer Jim Dunne shot pictures of new cars the company would rather have kept secret. As we noted this week, Dunne, called the father of automotive spy photography, died on August 19 at age 87. This ...   Read the full Story >>

Discussion: What You Should Know About the Death of Photoshop

Fstoppers   Thursday August 29, 2019

“Photoshop's days are seriously numbered thanks to the likes of AI, machine learning, and neural networks. The question is, what should photographers be doing to prepare for this big change?” So notes Paul Adshead, a photographer based in Manchester in the UK. Artificial intelligence and neural networks can already apply the look and feel of one image onto another, so it wouldn't take much for computers to learn what you as a photographer likes visually, and automatically apply those styles to your unprocessed images, notes Adshead. Will that make everyone’s pictures look the same?   Read the full Story >>

In Focus: Surfing Teahupo'o, Seen From Above and Below

The Atlantic   Thursday August 29, 2019

The 2019 Tahiti Pro, stop No. 7 of the World Surf League Men’s Championship Tour, recently got under way in Tahiti, and The Atlantic featured images of the event shot by noted surfing photographer Brian Bielmann. Bielmann captured images of the surfers “amid the beauty and chaos churned up by the famous waves of Teahupo’o reef,” noted the blog. He did this by shooting both from above and below the surface of the sea, thereby creating a remarkable series of sport photos. Go here to see more of Bielmann at work.   Read the full Story >>

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