This week on TWiP, Nikon settles a D600 class action suit, music artists who don’t appreciate their photo being taken, and Manchester United bans iPads and tablets from their stadium.
When a monkey takes a photo… who owns it? A New Zealand newspaper uses a Facebook photo without permission… and it’s the WRONG photo! Plus Adam Carolla won’t let a podcast patent troll drop their suit against him.
This week on TWiP, Flickr announces new licensing experience, Google making plans to separate photos from Google+, & Zack Arias takes a real world look at crop vs. full-frame sensors.
A photographer blogs about the negative side of having his photo hit #1 on Reddit, Hasselblad breathes new life into analog V-System cameras going back to 1957, and a look at MIOPS – a new high speed camera trigger controllable with your smartphone.
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.