This week, Glynn gives us a blow-by-blow account of the India trip.
Images we discuss include:
Then, I finally got around this week, to reading David du Chemin’s free e-book “Ten”. If you haven’t read it yet, you should do so. It’ll only take half an hour, and might just get you thinking in some new ways about your photography.
This week, Sony announced the forthcoming RX10mk3, which looks to be one VERY competent bridge camera.
BBC Four has either just run, or is currently running, a series called “Colour: The Spectrum of Science”. This video makes it seem like it could be quite interesting.
Carl goes all steampunk on us, with this awesome retro-inspired keyboard.
Rajesh Kumar told me about a new Android app he’s developed called Lamhaa. The idea is to hook up photographers with potetnial clients based on location. Check it out if that seems like your thing.
David Marland told us about Maxim Magazine’s little faux pas, where they thought it would be a good idea to put a plus-sized model on the front cover, but then airbursh her to make her slimmer. Say wha?
Adam wanted us to know that Yahoo! is up for sale, so if you want to buy a slice, get your cheque book out now. You have ’til April 11th.
And Steve Peters points us to a blog post that reminds us that sharpness isn’t the only criteria we should look for in a lens.
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