Introducing Clipped Highlights, a New PetaPixel Weekly Newsletter

Clipped Highlights

Hey everyone, my name is Jaron Schneider and I’m the Editor in Chief here at PetaPixel. I’m pleased to announce that we are launching a new weekly newsletter called Clipped Highlights that adds more insight into the most important stories of the last week.

Clipped Highlights is a free, curated, weekly newsletter that will be sent out every Wednesday morning and will focus on a few of the most important stories of the previous week and explain why they deserve your attention. This newsletter is different from our daily news brief in that it provides unique insights that can only be found in Clipped Highlights.

For example, in light of VSCO’s relaunch, this week we discuss why the term “photoshopping” isn’t just for Photoshop anymore and dig a bit into the quickly changing atmosphere of photo editing applications, how Adobe isn’t the only name in town anymore, and why it’s becoming harder for companies to carve out a niche large enough to sustain themselves.

We also discuss why DJI joining the L-Mount Alliance feels a lot less full of the pomp and circumstance we would have expected even just a year ago.

In addition to breakdowns like these, Clipped Highlights will also serve to feature at least one photo series or art project that we think is worth your time to check out. So often in the technology and imaging space we focus on the how and not the what. We think that it’s just as important, if not more so, to look at the art created by photographers around the world as it is to celebrate the new technologies that makes that artwork possible.

If this kind of content sounds like something you’re interested in, we encourage you to subscribe to the free Clipped Highlights newsletter today. You can read this week’s edition right here, no subscription necessary, to make sure it’s something you want in your inbox.

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We’ll also make sure to share each edition of Clipped Highlights here on PetaPixel so if you aren’t a fan of email, you won’t be forced to miss out on the weekly newsletter.