This week, David Taylor had what I thought, were some interesting comments regarding social media and how it impacts us as photographers… a sentiment Glynn didn’t seem to share.
The full piece David referred to can be found here.
Reg Vardy reminded us of the Coelux light panels which we mentioned last year. Still, if they turn out to be as good as they appear to be, mentioning them again is not necessarily a bad thing.
Reg also told us about Tamron’s two new lenses (which Glynn had mentioned on the previous episode), and the selection of cameras used which won the World Press Photo awards for 2016.
David Kembrey weighed in on the Pentax K1 and its in-camera stabilisation,
and shared a link about who pays photographers and how much.
Carl Hemmings found an image of the photographers camped out to shoot “Firefall” in Yosemite. Gotta agree with Glynn on this one… no matter how good it might look, who wants to be a sheep, following the crowd like that, getting the same shot as 50 other photographers? Meh.
Steve Peters shared a fun hack for your reflector,
and the story of the photographer who incurred the wrath of One Direction fans,
Adam told us about the photographer who whilst doing ye good ol’ “spinning the burning steel wool” trick, happened to set fire to an historic Californian landmark.
Meanwhile Glynn seems to be trying to spend as much time as possible away from the microphone, with the announcement of a phototour to Cuba in March 2017. Details on the cpw website.
And the offer is still there… if you’d like to co-host an episode of Shutters Inc with me, hit me up!
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