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April 7, 2013

Shutters Inc – episode 216

Filed under: DR-60D audio interface,gear case,Podcast,Shutters Inc,Tascam — Bruce Williams @ 12:00

This week, Glynn is heading out into the wild with his 18 MILLION candle-power torch to fry a few landscapes,
Bruce is very impressed with the just-announced Tascam DR-60D audio interface for video-capable DSLR’s,
Richard Annable commented on the “post-wedding image count” from a couple of weeks ago,
Glynn saw some great “looks-like-a-Pelican-case-but-isn’t” foam-lined Craftright gear cases at Bunnings,
There were some great April Fools Day jokes like the Canon 7D-L for left-handed users, and the new project from Google… Google Nose,
We talk about the coming wave of “wearable computers/cameras” like Google Glass and what this will mean for privacy in the future,
Glynn’s Mosaic photobook arrived within a week (!!), but unfortunately he wasn’t home when the courier delivered it, so a full report next week,
The amazing portfolio of photos taken from the top of the Great Pyramid outside of Cairo, by Russian photographer, Vitaly Raskalov (link 1) (link 2) (check out both links as they each have different images),
Glynn’s Good Friday CPW workshop,
Facebook app allows your friends to take your images FROM Facebook and use them to create coffee cups, mousemats etc,
And it turns out that James Nachtwey, the anti-war photographer mentioned just last week will be doing a live presentation as part of the Vivid Festival in Sydney on June 9th.

Also, last week’s mp3 file got erroneously posted without any metadata. You probably noticed that! I have since uploaded a new version of the file WITH the metadata embedded, so if you’re the type of person who likes complete metadata, feel free to manually download that episode again and replace your original version.

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