David Schonauer

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Facebook   Thursday January 14, 2021

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What We Learned This Week: Should Journalists Help Identify D.C. Rioters?

By David Schonauer   Friday January 15, 2021

On Jan. 6, a mob attempted to overthrow the US government. Urged on by President Donald Trump and others, the crowd stormed the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., as America looked on in shock. In the following days journalists, including a number of photojournalists who were at the scene, told harrowing tales about their experiences. We featured their recollections on Monday. Poynter noted that …   Read the full Story >>

Tech News: ViewSonic Unveils ColorPro Monitors, Including 32-Inch 8K Display

DP Review   Friday January 15, 2021

ViewSonic has unveiled an array of monitors at virtual CES 2021, among them an 8K ColorPro monitor designed for photographers demanding high resolution and wide color gamut coverage. The new 32-inch 8K ColorPro monitor, the VP3286-8K, has a native 8K resolution (7,680 x 4,320) and displays 99 percent  of the Adobe RGB color space. The monitor has a color-blind mode that allows users to simulate color blindness. ViewSonic says that increases color recognition versus standard displays by up to 90 percent.   Read the full Story >>

Portfolio: 'Good Morning, America (Volume III)' by Mark Power

British Journal of Photography   Friday January 15, 2021

British photographer Mark Power began his “Good Morning, America” project in 2012, just after the re-election of Barack Obama, capturing a country now long gone, and a nation undergoing constant shifts, notes the British Journal of Photography. His most recent chapter, Volume III, sees the midpoint of the five-book series, and documents American landscapes, including images taken across South Carolina, Maine, California, Vermont, Nevada, Florida, Michigan and Wyoming. A changing country is reflected in a changing project, adds BJP.   Read the full Story >>

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