This week, Glynn gives us the run down of the Digital Show, at which neither Sony, Panasonic, or Canon were in attendance.
He was only happy with one image he shot for the whole weekend.
We were going to discuss a portfolio of images that Carl sent in, but somehow, I managed to skip it. Apologies Carl. I really liked it, too!
Adam brought us the story of the photographer who had his image misappropriated by ISIS,
and Amazon’s new Snowball… terabytes-a-plenty delivered to your door.
Reg and Adam both told us about Kono’s new 6ISO film.
Erin alerted us to Janet Jackson’s complete and utter misunderstanding of the value of social media,
Reg told us about the story on image manipulation in photojournalism,
and about the possibility of JPEG images soon having DRM.
Glynn was featured on the Ted’s Camera Store’s website.
The Leica Store in Taipei put an image on their website of one of Glynn’s customers.
What happens when you ask 12 photographers to work for free?
Western Digital announces that it’s buying SanDisk.
In the continuing tradition of artists limiting the use of photos of their performances, Glynn brought us the story of the newspaper who sent their cartoonist to a Foo Fighters concert.
And we forgot to mention the Pass The Camera project!
The photobook is laid up, but when I went to export it, InDesign told me the images were all low resolution! And when I checked, so they were. Grr. So, Glynn is sending me the neg strip, I’ll get them re-scanned, and then I can simply replace the low res images with the high res versions. Then we can get the book uploaded to Blurb. Hopefully, some progress to report next week.
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