This week on TWiP, 4th Amendment doesn’t apply to online storage, Canon & Microsoft sign patent agreement, and a restaurant in New York finds that smartphone photos have doubled table times since 2004.
A Kickstarter project hopes to revitalize the digital photo frame, Doug Gordon is in hot water again for plagiarism, and a first look at images shot with Sony’s new curved sensor.
This week on TWiP, Smart Glass could transform Smartphone cameras, new iOS app “Shutter” offers unlimited storage for free, and a discussion about the future of photography.
Apple to cease development of Aperture, Google adds non-destructive editing to Google+ Photos, and Nikon announces the Nikon D810. Plus an interview with Ralph Velasco about travel photography.
Adobe announces changes to the Creative Cloud, Flickr removes Facebook & Google integrations, and Amazon enters the smart phone market with their Fire phone. Plus an interview with Serge Ramelli & Valérie Jardin.
Canon opens up its’ cloud-based storage service Irista, Instagram rolls out new features, and what does 4K mean for photographers? Guest host Joseph Linaschke is joined by Dave Dugdale & Giulio Sciorio to discuss these topics and more.