This week, Glynn is moving on (from his old premises!)
And this week, he actually shot a landscape!
Plus, he’s teasing us with an upcoming photo tour,
Nikon appears not to be satisfied with taking retailers customers. Now they want to steal wedding photographer business as well,
The “Communication Camera”. I think the rest of us would call it a “phone”.
Product naming goes crazy (again). The “Custom Viewfinder Experience” is what most of us would call an eyecup.
And hey! We can even see an unboxing video! Woohoo!
Pinterest copyright infringement,
How JPEGS work (just for you Bruce… and anyone else who cares),
the first ever photo of a person,
and it only took a year for the selfies to start!
What kind of cameras were on early space probes?
David Marland told us about the Hahnel Captur remote trigger system,
Reg Vardy alerted us to this cool MIDI controller system which you can use as a tactile interface for working inside Lightroom and Photoshop (What it is – video | Product website | How it works},
the photographic story which broke the internet last week was of course the whole Richard Prince debacle. David Kembrey and others brough thtis to our attention.
I came across the dangers of selfie sitcks, a nice piece of satire,
the really annoying trend with websites burying content 5 pages deep,
and Anna Rowley & Peter Hurley brought us a great TEDxCambridge talk about “Bridging the self-acceptance gap with psyphotology”.
Comments will be closed after 30 days.
Love the podcast?
Want to share the love… and keep the servers running?
Feel free to make a small donation through PayPal.
All contributions gratefully received!