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.
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!
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
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.
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.
Modularity by Design is the newest wave in high tech industrial design and in this episode we take a look at two early players implementing this methodology — Google and Craft Camera.
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.