Covering everything from the power of photojournalism to why you shouldn’t fear the camera, these four TEDx Talks look at photography from many different lenses. Watch them all below:
Can you alter time? | Adam Magyar | TEDxGateway
Adam Magyar uses photography techniques developed to determine photo finishes for sports to photograph crowded places — crosswalks, subway platforms, trains — and stitches streams of images together to create visuals that capture the minute details of urban life. At TEDxGateway, he explains how that works.
The changing currency of photography | Catherine Evans | TEDxColumbus
At TEDxColumbus, art curator Catherine Evans gives a short history of photography and examines how photos explore, expose and influence public consciousness.
Beauty and the beast — taming the wild | Vince Musi | TEDxCharleston
At TEDxCharleston, National Geographic photographer Vince Musi shares insight from years of photographing wildlife, and why he keeps at it, despite misadventures.
Everyone is photogenic | Jacques-Jean Tiziou | TEDxFreeLibraryofPhiladelphia
At TEDxFreeLibraryofPhiladelphia, photographer Jacques-Jean Tiziou explains why he thinks everyone is photogenic, whether they think so or not.