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November 30, 2014

Shutters Inc – episode 280

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

This week, Aurum Light work contracted by Coca Cola,
the Japanese guy who built a photo studio to always provide awesome light,
Mylio, the cloud-based alternative to Lightroom,
the Lume cube from IC12,
Carl told us about this beautiful wedding video,
10 famous landmarks you’re not allowed to shoot for commercial use,
awesome product photography with an iphone,
Steve Peters pointed us toward this post which asks what if it’s YOU that sucks,
Adam told us about the 5 axis stabilisation of the sensor in Sony’s forthcoming a7ii,
rumours are surfacing of 2 DSLR’s on the way from Canon, sporting no less than 50MP sensors,
pricing your work on the intangibles, rather than the tangibles,
Darren Oster told us about the new Samsung NX1,
and Glynn chimed in on the NFL photographer getting slammed for missing the shot, when in fact, he actually didn’t!

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November 23, 2014

Shutters Inc – episode 279

Filed under: Podcast,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 17:04

This week, the drama of Glynn’s iOS woes,
This year, Carlos Naval proved that you don’t NEED the latest and greatest DSLR to take stunning images,
there are rumours of a new sensor design coming from Sony,
Vemödalen: The Fear That Everything Has Already Been Done,
Melbourne hyperlapse,
Mark Loader wrote to tell us about an awesome book called “Road To Seeing“.
Some great images shot low to the ground,
Prynt Cases allow you to print photos instantly from your mobile device,
where your gear gets stolen most often,
the Help Portrait project,
the image that gave Glynn goose bumps,
the ultimate selfie rig,
Kingston has just released 256GB memory cards,
with Glynn’s typically exhaustive research, I can only assume that the Canon/Nikon compatible flash he was referring to is this new offering from Nissin, but I could be wrong.
And we’re looking for one more guinea pig to join the pass-the-camera project. If YOU haven’t joined up yet, then get your butt over here and get on board!

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It’s coming…

Filed under: Blog,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 12:15

Hey gang, there is a new episode this week, but I’m running late. Should be up later tonight (maybe 8 hours after this post).


November 16, 2014

No podcast this week, either

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

Unfortunately, at the time we were meant to record this week, Glynn was still in Apple-hell.
Alas, another week goes by.
In the meantime, if you haven’t yet joined up for the pass-the-camera experiment, please head on over to the Facebook group and get involved!


November 9, 2014

No podcast this week

Filed under: Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 10:01

Sorry all, but Glynn is still trying to get his Mac back up and running, so we’ve not been able to record. Hopefully he’ll be re-teched by next week.


November 2, 2014

Shutters Inc – episode 278

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

This week, Glynn’s iPad reset dilemma,
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs (for photographers),
a beautifully-edited storm chaser video,
the bigger picture behind famous album covers,
a fantastic Halloween self-portrait series,
a 1000fps surf video,
the new OK Go video clip, with some amazing drone camera work,
David Kembrey pointed us toward this list of ways to tell if you’re a good photographer,
Glynn also found a much-needed list to help him with his lack of self-confidence,
Sony USA announces their Pro support program,
George Murray Levick’s notebook,
a gallery of images from Antarctica,
Ricoh’s 360 deg Theta camera,
Want to shoot 4K video with your existing iPhone? You can with this app (which has just had a 99.5% price reduction! Don’t know if the bigger suckers are the people who paid $1000 for it before, or the ones who are paying $50 for it now),
the U.S. Forestry Service would like people to stop taking “bear-selfies”… really? What could possibly go wrong?,
and how far has hard drive technology come in the last 60 years?

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