Vision Slightly Blurred


Photography has evolved into something more than an aggregation of pixels. Photographer/Photo Editor Sarah Jacobs and PhotoShelter co-founder Allen Murabayashi discuss photography and its intersection with culture and technology in this weekly podcast. From facial recognition to the photographers capturing Beyoncé, Vision Slightly Blurred will help you see photography through a new lens.

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Introducing: Vision Slightly Blurred
It's a Wrap! The Final Vision Slightly Blurred EpisodeJoe McNally Recounts the Freelance Life in "The Real Deal""The 30" 2022 Edition Highlights New + Emerging Photos to WatchThe Associated Press Wants To Sell You An NFTIt's The Year In Review in Photos (without photos!)A Japanese Billionaire Takes iPhone Photos from SpaceVision Slightly Blurred Live! With National Geographic Photographer Jim RichardsonHBO's New Gordon Parks Documentary Will Get You InspiredFormer President Donald Trump is Publishing a Photo BookDina Litovsky on the "Sticky Issue of Consent" in Street PhotographyJocelyn Lee's Compelling Nudes of Older WomenLori Grinker's Rare Photos (and Forthcoming Book) of a Young Mike TysonPhotographing Directly to 20x24 Photo Paper is Magical Wizardry!Did an Italian Student Plagiarize an Ethiopian Artist at the Milano Photo Festival?Street Photography's Snakes on a Train?How Magnum Photos' Jonas Bendiksen Nearly Fooled the Entire IndustryChristo's Arc de Triomphe: What Role Does Photography Play in Ephemeral Art?The Photos of 9/11 – Twenty Years LaterSimu Liu – the Star of Marvel's Shang-Chi – Was a Stock Photo ModelShould Photographers Abandon Instagram Now That It's Not a "Photo App"?