Has trust in photography declined in recent years? How do you assess photo manipulation and whether an image is "real" or not? Kevin Connor, President and Co-Founder of Fourandsix Technologies – which works to create software that can detect photo manipulation – discusses the dichotomy between photographers who constantly strive to shoot something novel that no one has ever seen before, and the suspicion that arises when we see a photo that we've never seen before.
Kevin Connor is the president and co-founder of Fourandsix Technologies Inc., a new company developing solutions to determine the authenticity of photos. Kevin spent more than 15 years at Adobe guiding product management for Adobe Photoshop and related products since before the widespread adoption of digital cameras, and he was responsible for extending Adobe's digital imaging lineup with successful products like Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.