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February 22, 2015

Shutters Inc – episode 286

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This week, details of my motorcycle accident,
Glynn’s new sponsor (Xlite),
an awesome ND Filter,
your iPad is now your touch tablet, thanks to Astropad,
amazing new digital skylights from CoeLux,
the Beehive picture hanger system,
whacky pics with leaf blowers,
Glynn is thinking of changing the term Spray and Pray to ‘The Indecisive Moment’, in memory of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s book, “The Decisive Moment”,
newsroom employees who have to look at raw video from terrorists starting to suffer from PTSD,
the cameras used to take the winning images in the World Press Photographic Awards for 2014,
NASA shoots a photo of the sun every second for 5 years and then produces a video of the highlights,
stupid crowdfunding projects for lazy people,
modular phones and cameras,
Apple rebrands iPhoto as Photos for Mac,
thief returns the memory card (but unfortunately not the camera gear as well),
Rakesh told us about Scott Kelby and RC Conception’s new vidcast-vodcast-tv-series-thingy about Lightroom,
Carl pointed us to info about new Nikon DSLR’s,
Adam told us about Murray Frederick’s expedition to shoot nothing on the icesheets of Greenland,
and Steve Peters pointed us toward this video of a funky new tripod head.

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February 15, 2015

No podcast this week

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Apologies to the 7 of you, but there’s no podcast this week.
We’ll be back next week.
And that’s not just some idle threat, that’s a promise! 🙂


February 8, 2015

Shutters Inc – episode 285

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

This week,
Google Earth Pro is now free (reduced from US$399!)
geotagging images in Lightroom,
pilot may have caused his plane to crash by taking selfies,
Carl alerted us to these Supermoon Tour t-shirts,
Adam told us about some Kickstarter projects,
DxO Optics offering up their software free until the end of February,
photographers posing with prints of their most iconic images,
photographers with over-inflated senses of entitlement complaining about yellow cars,
Glynn and his model troubles,
hello Belinda Campbell,
the tattoo artist vs the photographer,
a big week for Olympus with the release of the OMD-ED II,
Pentax 35mm sensor camera in development,
Canon’s 50MP cameras blown away by 3200mp monster,
DSLR mirror box in slo-mo,
the Humans of New York project,
the Air Jordan logo furore,
expensive weddings,
and the camera is on its way to YOU (if you’re a part of the ‘pass-the-camera’ project, that is)!

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February 1, 2015

Shutters Inc – episode 284

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

This week, Adam alerted us to the fella lighting vegetables from the inside,
Carl pointed us to this Kodak commercial extolling the virtues of digital, which then prompted Glynn to go looking for this one as well,
Glynn is also salivating over the new Tamron 15-30mm f2.8 IS lens,
the beauty of W. Eugene Smith’s work was allegedly 90% darkroom,
would YOU spend a year to put together a 90 second video?
trippy star trails with zoom effects,
tin type silver portraits,
Sports Illustrated lays off its staff photographers,
Canon’s next big thing,
plus heaps more.

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