It's all about care and feeding of your next African adventure. Veteran photo safari leader Andy Biggs along with traveler Doug Kaye join Alex Lindsay and Frederick Van Johnson to talk about the do's and don'ts of travel photography.
Several states have instituted laws prohibiting people from taking photographs of police officers in the field. What does this mean for the future of photography? Also, BP blocks photographers from photographing the oil spill in the gulf, Apple announces iPhone 4.0, and a discussion with author and photographer David duChemin about eBook publishing.
A special interview with liveBooks CMO John Philpin. We discuss how his traditionally Flashcentric company is dealing with the recent Adobe vs. Apple controversy.
Sensors - when is small, big enough? Google TV - should photographers care? Adobe's lens profile creator vs. DxO, and guest host Derrick Story joins in the fray!
Hasselblad opens the kimono...Paparazzi ethics...oxymoron or polymorons? And special guest discussion with Ray Maxwell. Ray is a veteran at color management, and shares some of his vast knowledge with regard to making getting predictable results when printing. We also discuss the apparent decline in printing due to the rise in digital distribution.
In this show we tackle the issue of some new legislation that may require photographers to be punished if they take photos of an illegal act. For example if you happen to take photos of some graffiti, but fail to tell the cops, you might be held complicit in the crime. We debate the topic, and explore the possible ramifications…
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