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September 28, 2015

Sally Mann

Filed under: Blog — Bruce Williams @ 16:00

On this week’s episode of the podcast, we ended up not covering this link.

But, after Theo reached out a second time, I decided what the heck. We’re a photography podcast, so photography-related stories kinda fit what we’re doing. Right? ๐Ÿ™‚

So here it is… the link to the Sally Mann page at artsy.


September 27, 2015

Shutters Inc – episode 310

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

This week, Glynn is back from Vietnam (where he managed to produce some really average video… stick to taking photos, mate!)… while Malcolm continues on with ANOTHER tour there!
We’ve got some awesome selfies by a 22 year old Hungarian photographer,
as predicted, Sony has just announced the a7sii, although I’m not as excited by it as I had hoped to be (pretty sure it’ll still be an awesome beast, though),
Rob Coates caught a story about a Brisbane photographer who has Parkinson’s AND shoots long exposures hand-held, with some very interesting results.
Carl is pretty impressed with the Peak Designs CaptureLens (but I have to say, I’m not seeing the attraction, myself),
Adam brought us the story of some dodgy photography dealings here in Australia,
and one about some iconic photographers who posed for baseball card portraits.

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September 6, 2015

Shutters Inc – episode 309

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

This week, Sony announces their community/portal, alphauniverse,
I came across this trippy portfolio of images which Glynn reckons would look very 70’s if they were printed on black velvet (gotta agree with him, there),
Tamron unveils two new primes, but Glynn questions (quite rightly, IMHO) the sense of having them so close in focal length,
Adam has given up on us, but on his way out the door left us with this comic from What the duck,
building an ultra violet flash for black light photography,
and this 1984 Hasselblad photography manual for astronauts.
Glynn reminded us of the annual “5 Day Deal” (which is happening this coming week).
Should we bother with UV filters or not? This guy has something to say on that matter.
There’s the Holga Digital camera, ready to unseat your D810, A7Rii and 5Diii any day now!
Glynn’s maturity naturally drew him to this Super Drone video.
He also came across six AMAZING Bird pics (“finally one I can compete with!”),
Lastolite have released some new bokeh-rich backgrounds,
Photography going to the lowest bidder,
the world’s most powerful digital camera will see more galaxies than there are people on planet earth,
a 50 camera light painting,
plus Glynn’s two new Tamron videos ( 01 | 02 ).
Also, just a reminder that there will be no podcast for the next couple of weeks while Glynn and Malcolm (Spotlight on Asia) Fackender are galavanting around Vietnam.

And for the day this podcast comes out… Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads (in Australia, at least. Not sure if Father’s Day is the same day worldwide).

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