This week on TWiP: New software from Adobe, a new chapter in the Final Cut saga, and a discussion on retro-looking cameras.
Now they're saying size DOES matter? An Israeli company develops a smaller Jpeg, Flickr lets you put up a digital fence around your photos, Urban Outfitters & their photographer face a lawsuit from parents of a model he photographed in a, let's say, 'adult' manner. Plus a special interview with Jack Reznicki.
This week on TWiP: A new website tells some photographers, well, they're not, a Pennsylvania photographer bans some Facebook bullies, and UK Tube commuters get photographed without their permission.
This week on TWiP: Stock buyers or stock shooters - who's to blame for the state of stock photography today, Delkin releases new CF cards for extreme conditions, a photograph of President Obama at a memorial site stirs some controversy, and Nokia creates the world's largest stop-motion animation with a cell phone camera.
This week on TWiP: Are photographers becoming post-production artists, controlling your camera with an Android, and shooting kids in public places - is it legal and is it cool?
On this episode of TWiP, 100Cameras.org needs your help, Kodak looking to sell off billion dollar patents, future camera technology, and a round-table discussion on image backup strategies.
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