Have You Got 5 Minutes to Change the World? – by PhotoShelter

Our friends over at PhotoShelter are sharing another round of videos from Luminance 2012.

Thanks for helping the last round of videos from Luminance 2012 go viral. Today we’ve released talks from Lytro’s Eric Cheng, and the leaders of Aviary, Olapic, Atavist, and Piictu who gave their perspectives on the future of photography – with just 5 slides and 5 minutes to do it!

If you weren’t able to attend the event, you’ll be able to watch each talk in full. If you did experience the conference first-hand, get re-inspired and check out the exclusive backstage content!

José de Cabo

Jos̩ de Cabo is one of the founders of Olapic, which helps brands leverage the power of photography by giving them the tools to collect all the photos relevant to them posted on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social sharing sites. Here he explains how the product works in under five minutes Рpecha kucha style.

Avi Muchnick

CEO & Co-Founder Avi Muchnick is helping Aviary take off in the recent democratization of photography. Aviary helps developers to incorporate photo editing features into their own apps. Here he explains how the product works in under five minutes – pecha kucha style.

Evan Ratliff

Evan Ratliff’s company, Atavist, is dedicated to multimedia, long-form, digital storytelling. The idea is to commission writers to create narratives, and then hire photographers and multimedia specialists to develop the accompanying imagery. Here he explains how the product works in under five minutes – pecha kucha style.

Jon Slimak

Jon Slimak created Piictu, a photo app and interaction network where users upload their photos and ask for the community’s response – all with the exchange of images. Here he explains how the product works in under five minutes – pecha kucha style.

Eric Cheng

Light field technology is the latest development to hit the camera industry, and Lytro is at forefront of this movement toward what expert’s call “computational photography”. Lytro’s Director of Photography, Eric Cheng, explains just what exactly is the light field, and how utilizing its power can mean a lot more for the future of cameras than something like pet detection or improved pixel density.

Learn more about Luminance here.

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