This week, Bruce’s new wheels,
Glynn and David still capturing portraits of D-Day vets,
Adam (I don’t need to write “Davidson” every time, do I?) alerted us to this story about a father who creates awesome photo-illustration-portraits with his kids,
Glynn is rather dismissive of Nikon’s marketing for the D810,
DPReview’s new DIY forum,
Sony NEX as digital back for 100 year old camera,
neat axial lighting,
the iPad app screen extension for Photoshop,
indiegogo is becoming a cesspit of people offering you nothing more than the opportunity to fund their gear purchases (bludger 1, bludger 2, bludger 3, bludger 4),
but wait… there’s more!,
Glynn talked about Simone Maynard, a Melbourne artist he’s known for almost 30 years. See her pic at the end of these notes, or check out her work on RedBubble,
Brian Houghton (whom Glynn mentioned last episode) wrote to thank us for highlighting his work,
the Lomo Instant camera project,
another awesome 4K nature timelapse,
which reminded Glynn about Baraka, a 1992 documentary directed by Ron Fricke (who 10 years prior created the brilliant Koyaanisqatsi),
and finally, Adam also brought to our attention this post at diyphotography about the link (or lack thereof) between the value of your gear and the value of your work.
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