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September 29, 2013

Shutters Inc – episode 238

Filed under: Podcast,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 12:00

This week, Glynn has been acting all manly again,
the dating agency-Facebook-image debacle,
Harry Mellos impressed us with an HDR image,
National Geographic’s “Proof” blog,
Adobe developing amongst other things, a sense of humour,
the Nikon 1 AW1,
Australian mother sues over “horrible” family portrait and wins,
Samsung’s ISOCELL sensor,
the iPhone 5S and it’s “panorama dynamic auto-exposure system”,
some not-so-great advice from the CEO of Choice magazine,
how technology has changed the way we shoot,
the training camp in the Mojave Desert built to prepare U.S. soldiers for deployment,
and heaps more!

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September 22, 2013

Shutters Inc – episode 237

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This week, Glynn’s recap of last week’s Digital Show in Melbourne,
including his entirely predictable case of foot-in-mouth disease!,
products including the Boom Bandit,
Camranger,
DxO software,
Lowepro Flipside Sport,
Cokin Harmony filters,
and Velbon tripods.
Our challenge for the week (no shooting required),
Canon’s low noise video chip,
HDR again,
Facebook’s newly revised and even more outrageous image rules,
and Glynn’s new mantra.

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September 15, 2013

Shutters Inc – episode 236

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This week, Bruce’s plan to shoot more,
the Olympus OMD-EM1 with a useful intervalometer!,
Sony’s QX10/QX100 lenses again,
Yoko Ono’s Smilesfilm project,
that infamous Tennis Australia job,
Erin Manning’s Telly awards,
the Mygola app,
the Red bull photo contest,
dpreview’s 10 one-of-a-kind cameras of the 21st Century,
and we chat with Eric Curry from American Pride and Passion.

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September 8, 2013

Shutters Inc – episode 235

Filed under: Podcast,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 12:00

This week, Glynn’s severe case of G.A.S.,
an interesting series of images from the New York Daily News,
the guy with the largest collection of camera bodies in the world,
if you really need to waste some time, try out Camera Space Invaders,
Adobe’s newly announced photographer-centric Creative Cloud bundle,
the amateur photo comp winner who impressed everyone by using a camera built in the 70’s and a lens from the 60’s,
the Brenizer method of shooting panoramas,
we chat with Nathan Oxley, CEO of LED light Cube,
and a reminder about the Digital Show in Melbourne next/this week.

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September 1, 2013

Shutters Inc – episode 234

Filed under: Podcast,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 12:00

This week, Glynn’s nude workshop that almost wasn’t,
weird areoplanes,
Do you have “Photography compulsion syndrome” like Bruce and Glynn?,
Richard Clark wanted to know what areas of photography have suffered from technology?,
Richard Annable experienced some “retailer epic fail”,
EISA gives the gong to Sony,
Tin type photos from Ed Drew,
Glynn thought I might like “HDR hater“,
plus he shares a couple of street photography mantras,
and a great list of things to consider when composing, courtesy of David Duchemin.

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