This week, a couple gets married on Mt Everest after trekking for 3 weeks!
Susan Menis sent us this bewildering list… 6 reasons why bokeh is overrated.
Adam told us about the free skin softening software you’ve probably (allegedly) never heard of… yet almost all of us already have it! 🙂
For those of you who DON’T have it, do yourself a favour. Hit this link and grab the Nik Software Collection for free. And raise a glass to Google for the freebie.
Also, the bold claim that the Fujifilm X Series WILL make you a better photographer. M’kay.
Steve Peters brought us this follow up to the story last week about the image of the young Indian sex worker. Turns out, it’s a much deeper story, and we’re not sure there’s a clear cut answer to any of the questions raised. If you missed it, here’s the link from last week’s episode.
Carl shared this humorous piece about people photoshopping Mr. Bean into various images.
Plus the story of the photographer who finally snaps the perfect shot of a diving kingfisher after 6 years and 720,000 photographs.
Glynn is slightly miffed at Adobe’s price-gouging of Australian customers due to (non-existent) ‘currency fluctuations’. And on this note, I’ve got some interesting news to share in the next episode!
Plus the photographer who accidentally shot the wrong couple’s wedding proposal!
And there’s the 3 year/8TB timelapse! Now, THAT’S commitment to a project!
And here in Australia, today is Mother’s Day. Happy Mother’s Day to all the mums listening.