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.

TWiP 473: Fujifilm X-T2 – Evolution of a Good Thing

Fujifilm is at it again, this time they’ve released the successor to their wildly popular X­T1 mirrorless camera, the X­T2. There are a number of refinements on this new body, and one of the big ones is that it features full 4K video!

TWiP 472 LIVE: Defending Polycamory

It's our first ever TWiP recorded live in front of a studio audience at the Out of Chicago Conference with an all-star panel including: Scott Bourne, Derrick Story, Ron Pepper, Valerie Jardin, Rob Knight and Steve Brokaw.

TWiP 471: A New Photoshop Arrives!

Adobe continues with its “rolling thunder” model of drip­feeding cool new features to Creative Cloud subscribers. Also Hasselblad enters the mirrorless market with a relatively inexpensive medium format mirrorless camera. And the FAA finally announces rules governing drone flight in the United States
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TWiP 470 – Virtually Facebook

Facebook is closer to bringing VR to the masses. iPhone and iPad will shoot RAW photos with iOS 10. Plus gear news from DxO, Hasselblad and Pentax.

TWiP 469 – This Week in Apple!

This week was Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference. Though many expected new hardware, they instead announced enhancements to many of their software products including macOS, iOS, watchOS and HomeKit. In this show we discuss some of the new releases, and how they might impact photographers.

TWiP 468 – Ghost in the Machine

Roll app finds the best photos on your phone. Roxor 4K Gimbal camera costs only $199. Plus Google’s ArtCamera captures every paint stroke in famous masterworks.

TWiP 467 – The Joy of Failure

In this episode Dave Dugdale and Ibarionex Perello join Frederick to discuss the joy of failure, and they provide some tips on how you can be more effective as a photographer, and as a human.

The TWiP Army

Today is Memorial Day here in the United States, a day where we honor those who have died serving our country while in our armed forces. Many of us, myself included have family members, friends and/or colleagues who have served in the United States military — and many of us know someone who has died doing so.

TWiP School Launch and The 5DayDeal

Just a quick note to say THANK YOU and welcome to all of new students that have recently enrolled in the TWiP School. Just 2 days ago, we launched the school in conjunction with the 5DayDeal Video Creators Bundle (now underway), and I’m happy to report that so far over 1,000 new students have signed up! Wow.

TWiP 465 – Enter the Matrix

The worlds of Virtual Reality and art have collided thanks to Google’s newest app called Tilt Brush. Plus DJI releases its most powerful Drone yet. VR, 360 video, and augmented reality are the topics of this weeks episode.

TWiP 464 – Future to the Back

High­-end camera manufacturer Leica is at it again. Heading down the “less is more” path with regard to features, or lack thereof in its newest camera introduction. Plus Sony is working on a contact lens that will let you do more than see.

TWiP 463 – Oh Baby I Like it RAW!

ON1 software is set to release the first new camera raw processor in over a decade, with the introduction of their new Photo RAW processor. But can this new software compete with the established Camera RAW workflow pioneered by Adobe?

TWiP 462 – Get Real!

A photographer cries foul after seeing a Calvin Klein ad. Plus a new startup wants to DSLR your iPhone with a new grip and could optical zoom be coming to the next iPhone?

TWiP 461 – A 360 Look at 360 Video

GoPro focuses in on 360º video and away from from being solely a hardware manufacturer plus a first look at Nikon's KeyMission 360º camera. Plus scientists discover a way to store 10 Terabytes of data in a smear of DNA.

TWiP 459 – AlphaMirrorless Arrives

Frederick Van Johnson welcomes Andy Williams and Juan Pons, hosts of the new show AlphaMirrorless on the TWiP Network, to discuss the differences between Sony’s lack of a touchscreen, the various A7 models, lens options, and much more.

TWiP 458 – The Ugly Truth

After the terror attacks in Brussels, how much is “too much” reality when it comes to telling a story? Plus Google makes the Nik Collection free and Adobe introduces technology previews for Lightroom mobile.

TWiP 457 – Chasing Color

Instagram is changing its' algorithm for displaying photos - how will this affect photographers? Plus Apple announces a new iPad with sensors to automatically adjust the display based upon the ambient light conditions.

TWiP 456 – Please Shoot Responsibly

This week we discuss two cases of photographers shooting irresponsibly and ruining it for others. Plus Flickr makes its' Auto-Upload feature available to pros only & we look at the ongoing battle between Apple and the FBI over cell phone security.