Is a picture still worth 1000 words? Jonathan Woods, Senior Editor of Photo and Interactive, at TIME, thinks so. At the Seattle Interactive Conference, I had the opportunity to pick Jonathan's brain on his unique perspective on photography's role in the art of storytelling.
"There was a statistic that came out last year that said 90% of all of the photography that has even been created was taken in the last year, or something absurd like that," he said. Watch as I talk to Jonathan about the ever-changing world of photography as everything moves to digital, and how a company like TIME still reveres the power of telling the right story with the right photograph.