1. 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.

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  2. Jose 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 -- Pecha Kucha-style.

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  3. Every two minutes we snap as many photos as humanity as a whole took in the 1800′s. And one person to thank (or blame, depending on how you look at it) is Hipstamatic CEO & Co-Founder Lucas Buick. Lucas and his team set out to make an app that would recreate the experience of analog photography. Its impact has helped to profoundly change the photography industry, as well as add to our seeming obsession with nostalgia.

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  4. NASA astronaut Donald Pettit has called the International Space Station home for a total of 370 days. While there, he’s captured some of the most mind-blowing photos of space – and Earth – we’ve ever seen. Donald gives us an inside look into what it’s like to take photos of space, why bringing 10 DSLRs with him is actually necessary, and the reason why hard drives tend to fail in zero gravity.

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  5. Alan Taylor understands that it’s human nature to want to tell stories, especially visually. Without that inherent need and desire, his work as Senior Editor for The Atlantic’s “In Focus” blog wouldn’t have a place in the industry. Alan takes us through some of the blog’s most popular and most powerful photo stories, and why he believes that finding the money to support these photographers is so essential.

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Luminance 2012 was a 2-day conference featuring two dozen top speakers from a variety of organizations that help to create, consume and define photography in a myriad of ways. Each speaker presented a 20-minute TED-style talk on a topic relevant to their area of expertise.

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