TWiP 489: Wanderlust & New Gear

In this episode I introduce you to a new member of the TWiP family, Federico Chieli to talk about Microsoft's new Surface Studio PC that wants to kill the iMac. Plus Apple updates the MacBook Pro with a new Touch Bar and Sweden bans drones in public places.

TWiP 488: Making Copyright Great Again

In this episode, the Trump campaign lifts photos from Flickr without permission. Kodak enters the smartphone game, and Nikon goes multi-lens with a computational photography based camera.

TWiP 487: Amputees en Vogue

Sony’s new 4K Action Cam adds optical image stabilization. Paralympic athletes replaced with able-bodied models in Vogue campaign. Plus a tourist is jailed for flying his drone in Havana.

VIDEO PREVIEW: Serge Ramelli’s HDR Masterclass

Serge Ramelli’s course amazingly is included as part of this years 5 Day Deal Complete Photography Bundle. Here’s a sneak peek into his course to give you an idea of what kind of value you’ll be getting.

TWiP 486: Google Grabs them with the Pixel

Google changes the smartphone conversation again, this time with the introduction of a new phone they’re calling “Pixel”. Plus Sony announces the a6500 and Zoom releases the Zoom Q8 all-in-one video/audio recorder.

The Complete Photography Bundle is BACK!

It’s that time of year again! It’s time for the 5DayDeal Complete Photography Bundle for 2016! Every year the crack team at 5DayDeal assemble an all-star cast of photographic educators and software makers to bring you a huge bundle of photography products at a ridiculously low price.

TWiP 484: DJI Strikes Back

Last week GoPro impressed with their new small-sized drone system dubbed Karma. DJI answers this week with a similarly sized drone, with more capability called Mavic. Also, Flickr updates it's homepage and Panasonic reveals details about the successor to their wildly popular GH4 mirrorless camera called, wait for it — the GH5!

Introducing Aurora 2017

Next week, our friends down at Macphun will launch the next version of their amazing HDR processing software Aurora HDR 2017.

TWiP 483: Top Picks from Photokina

Photography’s largest trade show, Photokina kicked off this week in Cologne, Germany with a veritable big-bang of new cameras, lenses, drones and more. This weeks panel shares their favorites from today’s bounty, and a look at some under performers from the show. We also take a look at the Pentax K-1, a camera that DxOMark has rated as the 3rd best camera they’ve ever tested.

TWiP 482: iPhone 7 Arrives

Apple announces the iPhone 7 with an improved camera, putting their substantial weight behind upping the ante when it comes to mobile photography. Plus Google updates Google Photos to enable stabilization of Live Photos and Facebook comes under fire for photo censorship.

PocketShooters is Coming!

Coming soon to The TWiP Network — a brand new show called PocketShooters — all about mobile phone photography!
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TWiP 481: Photokina Preview

Ahead of Photokina, vendors are polishing up their offerings, and teasing us with the next amazing thing that will make us whip out that credit card. DJI has a new Drone and updates to the Osmo, GoPro is preparing to launch a Drone and new Hero 5, and Garmin takes aim at GoPro by adding voice controls to their action cam.
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TWiP 480: Did Steve Jobs Change Photography?

Steve Jobs will soon be inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame. Smugmug rescues stranded PictureLife customers. And the US Federal Aviation Administration finally rules that commercial drone use is legal.

TWiP 479: Smoke & Mirrors

Rumors are heating up about a new camera that may be coming out of the Canon DSLR machine. Plus GoPro is now shipping its 360 degree Omni VR rig and VSCO opens a free-to-use studio in New York City.

TWiP 478: The Rise & Fall of Brooks Institute

In this interview, I sit down with Jeffrey Burke, a former Chairman of the Board at the Brooks Institute of Photography to discuss the impact of it's closure, what’s next for the students, faculty and the for-profit education industry in general.

TWiP 477 – Embrace & Extend

Instagram Stories imitates Snapchat Stories. A photographer sues Getty Images for $1B after being billed for her own photo. Plus a cool new tech that can print holograms with regular InkJet printers.
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TWiP 476: Gotta Catch ‘Em All!

This week we discuss Nikon's announcement of their brand new 105mm f1.4 portrait lens. Plus Fujifilm updates their Instax portable printer and Microsoft releases a new app photo called PIX loaded with artificial intelligence

TWiP 475: Did You Yahoo?

Verizon buys Yahoo! for $4.83B. In this episode we discuss this latest page in silicon valley drama, and what this might mean for one of Yahoo’s most prized properties — Flickr. Plus, are digital displays coming to Canon lenses and confessions of an anonymous Victoria's Secret retoucher.

TWiP 474: The Devolution of Craft

There's a new app to colorize your B&W photos but do these automated apps devolve the craft of photography? Plus Apple gets a patent to disable the camera in the iPhone and DJI introduces an updated GEO fencing system.