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Understanding Digital in 2020

Following the release of our latest Global Digital Report , we hosted a panel of experts at our London HQ to discuss the recent changes to the digital landscape and what brands should consider as part of their social outlook.  Harvey Cossell , our Group Head of Strategy, welcomed industry commentator Matt Navarra , Co-Founder and Group CEO at We Are Social Nathan McDonald , and Global Head of Culture & Insights Lore Oxford , to discuss how brands can use the report’s findings...
Tags: UK, London, Instagram, Internet, China, India, Digital, US, Events, Social Media, Seo, Facebook Messenger, Oxford, Reddit, North America, Qvc


Leveraging TikTok for growth

Geneviève Patterson Contributor Share on Twitter Dr. Geneviève Patterson is co-founder and CSTO of TRASH. Hannah Donovan Contributor Share on Twitter Hannah Donovan is the founder and CEO of TRASH. Once you have a product, distributing it becomes the next challenge for any entrepreneur. At TRASH (one-tap video editing), we looked to TikTok ...
Tags: Amazon, Apps, Column, Asia, Media, Instagram, Entertainment, China, Tech, Beijing, Winnie, Qvc, Hannah Donovan, Tiktok, Charli D'Amelio, Geneviève Patterson


CP+ 2020 cancelled over coronavirus fears – Crossing fingers for NAB, TPS and Photokina

The first major photography trade show of the year, and one of the largest in the world, CP+ 2020 has been cancelled over coronavirus fears. Japan has reported its first death as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the second such confirmed death outside of China. Amid fears that there is no effective treatment or […] The post CP+ 2020 cancelled over coronavirus fears – Crossing fingers for NAB, TPS and Photokina appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Japan, Diy, China, Virus, Photokina, Photokina 2020, Coronavirus, CP+ 2020, TPS 2020, COVID-19, NAB 2020


Shutterstock founder and CEO Jon Oringer steps down after 16 years

It’s an end of an era — and you might just want to snap a photo of it, and just maybe upload it for others to purchase Jon Oringer, who founded New York City-based Shutterstock in 2003, announced today that he would be stepping away from his duties as CEO at the photo sharing and commerce company, effective in April. He will move on to be Executive Chairman of the board, and says in a letter posted this morning that he intends “to continue to be involved in the strategy and direction of the b...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Shutterstock, Yahoo, China, New York City, Talent, Nyse, Jon Oringer, Middle Kingdom, Sam Biddle, Stan Pavlovsky, Oringer




World's most instagrammed forests

About a third of the world’s landmass is covered in forest. And in addition to providing important stuff like the oxygen we breathe and habitats for wild animals, they also make for some downright jaw-dropping photographs. From the towering redwoods of California to the cloud forests of Costa Rica, the trees covering our planet can be our most beautiful sites when captured correctly. We took a look at Taxi2airport.com’s study of the 15 most-Instagrammed forests in the world and found some of ...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Europe, Mirror Lake, England, Instagram, California, Washington, China, US, Colombia, Atlantic, Poland, Brazil, Nottingham, Newfoundland


Climbing Out Windows, Breaking Door Locks: 3 People Reportedly Escape Coronavirus Quarantines in Russia

(MOSCOW) — One patient jumped out of a hospital window to escape her quarantine and another managed to break out by disabling an electronic lock. Two Russian women who were kept in isolation for possible infection by a new virus say they fled from their hospitals, one with her son, this month because of uncooperative doctors, poor conditions and fear they would become infected. Russian health authorities haven’t commented on their complaints. The incidents occurred amid the outbreak of the ...
Tags: News, Instagram, China, Russia, Uncategorized, Moscow, Associated Press, St Petersburg, Samara, St Petersburg Russia, Jinping, Hainan, Rospotrebnadzor Russia, Fontanka, Onetime, Guzel


Photographer shows eerie and empty Shanghai streets during Coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus has been affecting and frightening everyone, from “common folks” to huge companies like Sony. The fear of getting infected has left some of China’s cities look like ghost towns. It’s hard to imagine a 24-million people city like Shanghai empty as if it was a setup for a movie or a video game. But […] The post Photographer shows eerie and empty Shanghai streets during Coronavirus outbreak appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, China, Inspiration, Shanghai, Sony, Street Photography, Street, Empty, Coronavirus, One Person City


Valley-inspired candles ignite aroma of nostalgia … and Northridge, Pacoima and Ventura Boulevard, too

By Marianne Love, Correspondent The San Fernando Valley has been memorialized in many ways. There are museums about its history. Painting and sculptures depicting days and people gone by. But for Michelle Alvarado, it’s candles and the sights and smells that make up her fondness for the valley where she moved at two years old. Her scented candles are named after such valley icons as “Northridge CA,” a sweet orange aroma representing the citrus groves that once LDN-L-VALCANDLES-0209dominated the ...
Tags: Florida, Hollywood, Instagram, Etsy, La, China, America, Sport, Soccer, Alaska, Venezuela, Universal, El Salvador, Lapd, Istanbul, Northridge


A photo essay of people living through the quarantine in Wuhan.

This is the NYT at its best.Thanks to Chris Buckley for venturing in and humanizing the situation in Wuhan. I appreciate the courage and the optimism.Photo segment shown only to copy the text and to encourage you to click through. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Health, Photography, Law, China, Nyt, Wuhan, Ann Althouse, Chris Buckley


A verified Kendall Jenner TikTok account was deleted because it was an imposter — and TikTok won't say why it gave a fake account a verified blue checkmark

A TikTok account appearing to belong to Kendall Jenner popped up on the platform Monday to much fanfare, but the account was gone less than 24 hours later. Business Insider has discovered that the account — verified by TikTok as legit and given a blue checkmark before accruing nearly half a million followers  — was a fake made by someone posing as the 24-year-old Jenner. After scouring old social media posts by the real Kendall Jenner on Instagram, Business Insider discovered that the two vide...
Tags: Twitter, Taylor Swift, Instagram, China, US, Trends, Snapchat, Kendall Jenner, Jenner, Business Insider, Kylie, Twitter Facebook, Kendall, Sofia Richie, Instagram Stories, Instagram Story


Evidence is mounting that TikTok mistakenly verified an account pretending to be Kendall Jenner

A TikTok account appearing to belong to Kendall Jenner popped up on the platform Monday to much fanfare, but the account was gone less than 24 hours later. Business Insider has discovered that the account — verified by TikTok as legit — was likely a fake made by someone posing as the 24-year-old Jenner. The two videos posted to the account before it was deleted are identical to ones Jenner had posted in 2019 to her Instagram Stories, neither of which had music. TikTok's guidelines about how i...
Tags: Twitter, Taylor Swift, Instagram, China, US, Trends, Snapchat, Kendall Jenner, Jenner, Business Insider, Kylie, Twitter Facebook, Kendall, Sofia Richie, Instagram Stories, Instagram Story


Coronavirus outbreak “could affect image sensor and electronics business enormously” says Sony

Sony has spoken up on the coronavirus outbreak in China and the effects it may have on its image sensor and other operations. The Nikkei reports that despite initially raising its operating profit and revenue forecasts for the current fiscal year, Sony CFO Hiroki Totoki said the coronavirus “may negate our revised earnings outlook”. The […] The post Coronavirus outbreak “could affect image sensor and electronics business enormously” says Sony appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, China, Smartphones, Sony, Image Sensors, Hiroki Totoki, Coronavirus


Xenophobia ‘Is A Pre-Existing Condition.’ How Harmful Stereotypes and Racism are Spreading Around the Coronavirus

As 10-year-old Connor and a friend played one recent day at recess, they were approached by a group of boys wanting to play a game — testing the boys for coronavirus. Connor, who is half-Chinese, and his friend, also Chinese, played along at first, but Connor’s mother Nadia Alam tells TIME that they quickly became uncomfortable and that the other boys wouldn’t stop, she says. “In this instance, I honestly don’t think the kids who targeted my son acted out of malice,” Alam said in an emailed...
Tags: Asia, News, Instagram, Cdc, France, China, Uncategorized, United States, Who, Un, Connor, University Of California Berkeley, UC Berkeley, Wuhan, Alma, Alam


Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Mesmerizing footage of the sun, health benefits from magic mushrooms, the history of food photography and more 29 Nigerian English Phrases Added to the Oxford English Dictionary The latest update to the Oxford English Dictionary includes 29 words, phrases and colloquialisms from Nigerian English—most of which have been used for decades, and have been adopted by English-speakers elsewhere. Some words already exist in English, but …
Tags: Photography, Video, Space, Design, Technology, News, China, Cars, San Francisco, Architecture, The Sun, Portland, Mushrooms, Dictionary, Linkaboutit, Food Photography


How Dubsmash revived itself as #2 to TikTok

Lip-syncing app Dubsmash was on the brink of death. After a brief moment of virality in 2015 alongside Vine (R.I.P), Dubsmash was bleeding users faster than it could recruit them. The app let you choose an audio track like a rap song or movie quote and shoot a video of you pretending to say the words. But there was nowhere in the app to post the videos. It was a creation tool like Hipstamatic, not a network like Instagram. There’s a reason we’re only using one of those today. So in 2017 Dubsm...
Tags: Social, TC, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Hollywood, Instagram, China, Berlin, US, America, Tech, Brooklyn, United States, Vine, Dubsmash


Drone footage shows the ghost town that Wuhan is after the outbreak of the Corona Virus

The outbreak and spread of the Coronavirus had us all concerned, and the city of Wuhan is where it all began. Its citizens have been living in a government lockdown since 23 January, and the city streets look almost deserted. News agency AFP recently shared a drone video of Wuhan showing what it looks like […] The post Drone footage shows the ghost town that Wuhan is after the outbreak of the Corona Virus appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, China, Drone Video, Aerial, Wuhan, Drone Footage, Aerial Video, Afp, Coronavirus


Digital 2020: 3.8 billion people use social media

Our new Digital 2020 reports – published in partnership with Hootsuite – show that digital, mobile, and social media have become an indispensable part of everyday life for people all over the world. More than 4.5 billion people now use the internet, while social media users have passed the 3.8 billion mark. Nearly 60 percent of the world’s population is already online, and the latest trends suggest that more than half of the world’s total population will use social media by the middle of this ...
Tags: Google, Mobile, Facebook, Ecommerce, Asia, South Korea, Japan, Instagram, Yahoo, Internet, Indonesia, China, India, Africa, Digital, US


Physicians Formula Rose All Play Eyeshadow Bouquet Review & Swatches

Have you been waiting for my review of the new Physicians Formula Rose All Play Eyeshadow Bouquet ($17.99)? Well, it’s here! Just in time for Spring 2020 and Valentine’s Day releases! I picked this up when it launched on Physicians Formula’s website back in December because I’m really struggled locating it at CVS. Apparently it launched at select CVS locations but I know every single one I’ve visited hasn’t had a single one. I finally caved when Physicians Formula had free shipping and purchase...
Tags: Instagram, China, Beauty, Cvs, Swatches, Maybelline, Ulta, Eyeshadow, Makeup Reviews, Eyeshadow Palettes, Milani Rose Powder Blush, Milani Rose Blush Trio Palette, Spring Collections 2020


With a new LA office and a forthcoming creator studio, TikTok is poised to take on Instagram and YouTube (GOOG, FB)

Short-form video app TikTok just announced it would open a studio for creators. TikTok, which is owned by the China-based company ByteDance, also recently opened an office in Los Angeles and i for a US CEO. Building up US operations may be a sign that TikTok might be looking to take on social media giants Instagram and YouTube. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Short video app TikTok announced on Wednesday that it would open a content creation studio this summer. With a new ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Navy, Youtube, La, China, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Snapchat, Army, Tokyo, North America, Cnbc


This Week in Photography: China and New York in the 80’s

  Everyone wants to be down-to-earth? Right? It seems like one of those compliments that is universally understood to be a good thing. It means relatable. Grounded. Empathetic to others’ experience. Humble. Polite. Thoughtful. Respectful. For some people though, (yes, they’re often rich,) the lure of being fake, affected and pretentious is just too strong. In this case, I’m thinking about Gwyneth Paltrow, the occasional actress, full-time GOOP lifestyle guru/ magnate, likely vegan, and occasiona...
Tags: Photography, New York, China, New York City, America, Netflix, Beijing, Shanghai, Al Sharpton, Jon Favreau, Shakespeare, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ai Weiwei, Photography Books, Mao, Allen Ginsburg


Chinese city uses facial recognition to shame people wearing pajamas in public

Facial recognition and video surveillance can have different applications, both good and bad. But government officials in a Chinese city decided to use it for the latter. They photographed people wearing pajamas in public and announced their photos to shame them. And as if that weren’t enough, there were also names and other personal data […] The post Chinese city uses facial recognition to shame people wearing pajamas in public appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, China, Facial Recognition, Camera Shame


Inside the rise of TikTok, the viral video-sharing app whose ties to China are raising concerns in the US

TikTok is a short-form video app that's become one of the most popular social platforms among teens and Generation Z. TikTok has , and is owned by a Chinese internet company called ByteDance. Here's the story of how TikTok got its start, grown into a wildly popular platform, and the problems that it's facing from US lawmakers along the way. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Follow INSIDER on TikTok. One of the most popular apps among teenagers at the moment is a short-form ...
Tags: Amazon, Hong Kong, UK, Instagram, Washington Post, Saudi Arabia, China, India, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Bloomberg, United States, New York Times, Army, Guardian


A top investor at Andreessen Horowitz shares why she believes consumer tech companies will have to revamp how they do business in 2020

Connie Chan, a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz who is focused on consumer tech, recently shared the four trends she's watching in 2020 at the firm's annual summit. The investor believes consumer tech companies will find new ways to squeeze money out of their users. Her predictions are: apps become "super apps," super-charged by commerce; technology continues to mold the physical world; and a new crop of startups create products for voice-controlled devices. Andreessen Horowitz shared th...
Tags: Facebook, Asia, Instagram, China, Trends, Andreessen Horowitz, Comscore, Meituan, CHAN, Connie Chan


See inside TikTok's new five-story LA office it built to take on US social media giants like Instagram and Youtube

Shortform video app TikTok — which has grown 400 employees in the US — announced on Wednesday it has opened a new LA office. TikTok is owned by Chinese company ByteDance, which is currently seeking a new head for US operations. TikTok also revealed that it will open its own content creation studio in the summer. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. TikTok seems to be everywhere right now. The app, which allows users to share audio and pair it with different videos, has become a...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, La, China, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Culver City, Palo Alto California, Bytedance, Tiktok


TikTok is reportedly on the hunt for a US-based CEO, and it could be the company's latest step to distance itself from ties to China

TikTok, the viral app for creating and sharing short videos, may be searching for a CEO based in the US, Bloomberg reports. The CEO would oversee TikTok's day-to-day operations and "non-technical functions," and work alongside the app's two most senior executives: TikTok chief Alex Zhu, who is based in Asia, and Vanessa Pappas, who heads TikTok's US operations. The move may help to distance TikTok from ByteDance, its Chinese parent company, and appease concerns that the Chinese government play...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Elon Musk, Instagram, California, China, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Bloomberg, Jeff Bezos, The Washington Post, Mohammed bin Salman, Zhu, US Bloomberg, Alex Zhu


This 26-year-old former truck driver is running for Congress, and he's betting big that TikTok will help get him elected

Joshua Collins is a 26-year-old former truck driver running for Congress in Washington State. He's also one of only a few politicians using TikTok, the short-form video app owned by Chinese company ByteDance.  Collins is gambling on the social media like TikTok and Twitter in place of traditional advertising. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Joshua Collins was working as a delivery driver dropping supplies off at a Subway when he made up his mind to run for office. He was...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Congress, Navy, Washington, China, Politico, US, Trends, Iran, House, House Of Representatives, Army, Reddit, Collins, Tacoma


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. Samsung appointed a new mobile boss as it faces 'peak smartphone' and competition from all sides. Roh Tae-moon, who's been at Samsung since the late 1990s, previously served as head of research for the firm's mobile business. Uber Eats has agreed to sell its Indian business to a local rival called Zomato, the New York Times reports. All Uber Eats' drivers in India will be switched over to Zomato, and its app will direct users t...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, UK, Cook, Instagram, Microsoft, Obama, China, India, US, Samsung, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg


Venus Optics soon to announce super-fast Laowa f/0,95 Argus lenses

  During a presentation in China, Venus Optics announced a new series of lenses. It will be named “Argus” and it will be a super-fast line of lenses with the maximum aperture of f/0,95. There’s a pretty limited amount of information in terms of price, release date, focal lengths, and mounts. For now, it’s said […] The post Venus Optics soon to announce super-fast Laowa f/0,95 Argus lenses appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, China, Gear, Laowa, Venus Optics, Fast lens, F/0.95


Beijing Architecture through the lens of Ekaterina Busygina

Beijing Architecture through the lens of Ekaterina Busygina AoiroStudioJan 17, 2020 For the upcoming summer/ fall, we will be planning our next vacation in Beijing or somewhere in China. I think it will be a great introductory to how's life in China and obviously to explore the magnificent neons spots! :) For the occasion, we are featuring the work of Ekaterina and her series titled: 'Beijing'. We have featured the work before by Ekaterina Busygina on Abduzee...



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