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February 18, 2018

Episode 395 – Angel shoot analysis

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

This week, Glynn takes a magnifiying glass to my shoot with Angel.

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Plus we chat about my planned shoot for this Saturday.

Rob Coates has gone atomic, with this story that takes macro photography to a new level!
Glynn has gone to the other extreme with this image of the Earth, taken from 5.7 billion miles away.

Earth

Adam sent us the story of Zack Arias’ warning about the dangers and pitfalls of submitting images to Unsplash sans-model release.

“Let me make this as clear as possible. If a photograph is used in a commercial sense and it is not model released, you as the photographer are liable. you can be taken to court and sued. It’s that simple.” – Zack Arias

Glynn also like the gear porn from the Winter Olympics.
Plus, the finalists from the World Press Photo Awards have been announced.

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February 12, 2018

No podcast this week

Filed under: Blog — Bruce Williams @ 7:27

Sorry one and all.

Not only were Glynn and I unable to coordinate on a time to record last week, but I also forgot to write this post so that it would publish at the usual time.

We have got plans to record this week coming, though. So, barring Any unforseen circumstances, there will be a podcast next Sunday!

Cheers.


February 4, 2018

Episode 394 – Indiegogo, or Indie-no-no

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

This week, Teigan and I are planning another shoot, based on this shoot.
Glynn is not impressed, but eager to rip me to shreds after we’ve done it, anyway.
Tony White told us about Zion National Park banning tripods in photo workshops,
Adam sent us these weird, wonderful photos from the archives,
the story of Reuters being banned from the Olympic opening ceremony for leaked photos,
and the sad tale of the fragile Lake Wanaka tree, and how it could be destroyed because of tourists’ instagram photos.
Glynn likes the Chairpod, but something tells me it’s only because it allows him to sit down.
There’s some new Canon patents, which could be a wonderful thing if they are ever actually implemented.
He’s also been scouring Indiegogo. Some gold, some… not so much.
There’s the Magilight,
the multi-aperture pinhole lens,
the one lens cap to rule them all,
something to alleviate your need for a drone/UAV,
and this sorry excuse for a campaign.
Also, Photokina has announced that it will now be an annual show, rather than biennial. Glynn’s take is that this is out of desperation rather than “We’ve got sooooo much to show you”.

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