The Boston Marathon bombings reinforce the importance of great photojournalism. The Kentucky Derby bans all interchangeable lens cameras. And Beyonce tells pro photographers to look for other work.
This week on TWiP, Adobe releases a beta of Lightroom 5, a photographer uses Criagslist to track down a thief who stole his photography gear, and Dove Canada releases a Photoshop Trojan Horse to shame potential body-shamers. Plus another Critique of the Week, Listener Q&A, and our Picks of the Week.
Sears and Walmart shutter their portrait studios. A new Facebook app enables users to create photo products from your images - without your permission. HTC and Facebook collaborate on a new social media ready phone. A discussion about how far you are willing to go to get the shot. Plus an interview with Varina and Jay Patel!
Join the celebration as we clink our glasses to mark 300 episodes of This Week in Photo! On tap today: Canon's big vision - the small or petite dslr, a photographer sues his subject?! St. NIK comes early. And an eyebrow-raising interview with lots of great insights with Jared Polin of FroKnowsPhoto.
Valerie Jardin, Nicole Young, and newcomer Charlie MacPherson, join Frederick to talk about Facebook's facelift and how it might impact photographers. Plus, paying to photograph iconic landmarks, and the FAA grounds an aerial photography business in Minnesota.
This week on TWiP: Get set for an engaging conversation about photographers and the law. Plus, an interview with Canadian street photographer Sara Collaton.
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