This week, Glynn critiques Bruce’s images from his recent Borneo holiday.
The modified versions (as per Glynn’s suggestions) are attached as an image gallery at the end of the this blog post.
And while we’re on the topic of travel photography, there were a couple of good tips in this post at lightstalking.
A shoutout to Craig Wetjen on having his Men’s Shed Photography project picked up for a TV segment.
“Over the weekend I had a film crew accompany me as I recreated 7 shoots of local men in their sheds, which I have photographed for my book. The filming will be made into seven segments across 8 episodes, that will air as a series on Manspace TV (channel GO!) in November this year”
The Digital Show returns to Melbourne 16th-18th October, 2015.
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Glynn usually knows exactly how each image is going to look before he presses the shutter.
This image however, was one where he had no idea what he was going to get.
Also, Glynn and Malcolm are about to formally announce their third collaborative photo tour, this time to Myanmar (Burma) in July 2016.
Here are a couple of examples of what you’ll have the opportunity to shoot should you decide to tag along ( 01 | 02 ).
And one small item of housekeeping.
After this episode is published, I will be changing a setting regarding the RSS feed. Now, all things being equal, this SHOULD NOT affect the listeners. But if for some nasty reason, you DON’T see an episode next Sunday, please sing out!
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