This week on TWiP, not just one, but two special interviews. Frederick sits down to discuss photography associations with Eugene Mopsik from the American Association of Media Professionals. Also, Chuck Westfall from Canon joins us to talk about Canon's dSLR line, and look at what Canon is up to in the video space.
On this episode, "The Pirates" movie filmed with 50 1D Mark IIIs, Leica announces an $8000 camera that only shoots B&W, an interview with wildlife photographer Charles MacPhearson, and a panel discussion on being deliberate in your photography.
This week on TWiP, Derrick Story and Bruce Clarke join Frederick to discuss the topic of the Psychology of Photography - specifically the photography mindset. We also run down the latest news from Canon, Nikon, BlackBerry, and Olympus. And an interview with Playboy shooters Arny Freytag and Jarmo Pohjaniemi.
This week on TWiP we're discussing possible entry-level full-frame dSLRs from Nikon & Canon, a teenager petitions Seventeen magazine to publish non-airbrushed images, the Olympics is looking to ban the sharing of photos via social networks, and home furnishing giant IKEA enters the camera market.
This week on TWiP, we're discussing Adobe's release of Creative Suite 6, Nikon's announcement of the D3200 camera and a new wireless adapter, and an interview with Megan Andersen on arts and crafts photography.
This week on TWiP: 5D Mark III Light Leak issues, new 4K video cameras from Canon, model releases, a Google+ Conference for photographers and an interview with Reid Warner from SnapKnot.com.
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