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State of the Art: This $3,300 Chair Lets You Edit Photos While Looking Like a Supervillain

PetaPixel   Friday September 25, 2020

The Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit is a $3,300 chair that looks and moves like a scorpion, and if you’ve ever dreamed of working in something that looks like it was created by Ernst Stavro Blofeld, this item is for you, notes PetaPixel.    Read the full Story >>

Motion: The Future of Film Festivals in a Virtual World

nofilmschool   Friday September 25, 2020

Covid-19 turned the world of film festivals upside down, with many events choosing virtual integrations, looking to create alternative revenue streams while honoring the commitments they had made to filmmakers, sponsors, and local audiences, notes NoFilmSchool, which looks at what the future of film festivals might be like, and how filmmakers might plan to move their projects forward in a new kind of industry.   Read the full Story >>

Books: Mary Ellen Mark's "Book of Everything"

AnOther   Friday September 25, 2020

Mary Ellen Mark, who died in 2015, approached her work as a documentary photographer with a remarkable combination of empathy, humility and insight, notes AnOther, which spotlights Mary Ellen Mark: The Book of Everything, a major collection from Steidl containing 600 images, chosen by Mark’s husband Martin Bell from a total of two million images taken throughout the photographer’s career. The book also features texts by colleagues and friends, as well as Mark’s own words, which AnOther highlights.   Read the full Story >>

Social News: Facebook Will Let You Claim Ownership of Photos

DIYPhotography   Friday September 25, 2020

Facebook is making some changes to the platform that will should please photographers. Soon, reports DIY Photography, you will be able to protect your photos and control where they are shared on both Instagram and Facebook. If you want to have them taken down, you’ll also be able to file a takedown request. You’ll need to apply for the Rights Manager (under Facebook’s Creator Studio.) Once you do, you’ll be able to add content that you want to protect into a reference library. “Rights Manager will take it from there, finding any content on Facebook and Instagram that matches yours,” Facebook notes.   Read the full Story >>

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