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November 20, 2013

No podcast this week

Filed under: Blog — Bruce Williams @ 20:49

Cath’s grandfather passed away last weekend, and we’ve had to travel for the funeral this week.
As a result, there won’t be time for recording this week.
Back next week, all things being equal.


November 17, 2013

Shutters Inc – episode 243

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

This week, we chat about Glynn’s week in India,
and if you haven’t already, check out some of his amazing images at CPW,
Rakesh alerted us to Queensbury Workspace, a new portal for photographers to both display and sell their images,
Adam Davidson shared both this technique for slow shutter speed shooting without the need for in-camera noise reduction,
and a kickstarter project for a lighting device known as a pixelstick (make sure you watch the video!),
Daryl posted this link on Facebook which claimed that 90% of people have only ever shot a photo using a cell phone,
plus I talk with Haje Jan Kamps from Triggertrap about how the company started, Arduino, and their currently-in-development project, Redsnap which is due to market early 2014.


November 3, 2013

test by support

Filed under: Blog — Bruce Williams @ 14:40

test by support

Shutters Inc – episode 242

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

This week, Glynn’s scrabble woes,
Richard Clark asked about how to price your services,
Tim Kreider at the NYTimes implores slaves of the internet to unite,
we’re checking out Piccure, a Lightroom plugin for removing motion blur from your handheld shots,
Bruce’s salient comment about “local is boring after an exotic holiday location”,
the Olympus Stylus 1 with its built-in 28-300mm f2.8 lens(!),
Glynn is bit annoyed by Darren Pearson and his time lapse light painting,
more gold from the David duChemin video series,
Glynn is cheking out a new social photo sharing app called Dubble,
plus a couple of travel tips from Glynn.

Also, there’ll be no podcast next week, as Glynn will be in India. As ya do. 🙂

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