The Lytro is the first commercially available light-field camera. There's been a lot of buzz (and even controversy) surrounding this revolutionary focus-later device, but it's not clear whether this is an important development or just a gimmick.
This week on TWiP, Getty Images makes much of it's portfolio free to use, a photographer makes $15K in one day on Instagram, iStock photo introduces a subscription model, & 500px Prime goes live. Plus an Interview with Sports Illustrated photographer Peter Read Miller.
Valérie Jardin takes over the hosting duties this week to discuss Ellen's infamous Oscar selfie, a photog leaves $7000 worth of gear on a train - and gets it all back. Plus a special interview with Flixel Chief Marketing Officer - Mark Homza.
The Nikon DF (for "Digital fusion") is at first glance the technology of a Nikon D4 sensor (at half the price of a D4) in a D600-class body that touts compatibility with classic Nikkor lenses. But that's just the full half of the glass.
This week on TWiP - Nikon announces the D4s, Canon reportedly pulling out of the cheap P&S market, and are there problems at PocketWizard? Plus an Interview with landscape and nature photographer Juan Pons!
This week on TWiP - new domain names for .photography & .camera now available, the Color Run sues a photographer for demanding payment for widely distributed photo, and a photographer offers to buy good images to pad his portfolio. Plus Sue Bryce loses her Facebook page due to hackers and an interview with YouTube star - Blunty!
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