This week, Glynn enjoyed watching a couple of 5 year olds do a photoshoot,
Rakesh Shah introduced us to the idea of Geo-fencing,
The Sydney Photographer’s Meetup group will be doing Meetup #27 on Saturday 1st June from around 17:30-21:00.
We discuss focus issues at wide apertures,
From the Facebook Q+A, Susan Menis is missing images from her memory card and was looking for assistance,
David Clark wanted advice on flash for small group portraiture (which led Glynn to mention the Pocketbox set from Westcott/Erin Manning),
and Liam Walsh wanted to know how to identify the sweet spot of your lens. Liam, check out Cambridge in Colour… they have some awesome technical writings there which might shine some light on the subject for you… see what I did there? 🙂
Bruce does an awful job of describing a workflow for Lightroom culling, (update: Where I went wrong was setting the ‘sort order’, when what I should have done was to set the view filter to ‘attribute’ and choose only to view ‘picked’ images),
Glynn pranked us with his Ilford black and white CF cards,
The U.K. Government passed the Instagram Act, which should be a concern to our English listeners,
and we finish the podcast with a minute of silence to honour the announcement this week that Hasselblad are calling it quits for their 503 medium format film camera.
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