This week on TWiP: With Canon and Nikon shutting down major lens production factories - what's the impact on the people of those companies, and the hardware they produce? Also, spying on polar bears, and a photographer gambles on faked EXIF data.
By popular demand, here is the interview with Trey Ratcliff that is contained within Episode 192. A few folks asked for a way to listen to the interview only, so being the people-pleasers that we are, here you go.
Lady Gaga demands the rights to concert photographs, laser focusing to help with the dreaded focus hunting, and one New Yorker's quest to return a lost roll of film ends in Paris. Plus a special interview with Trey Ratcliff.
This week on TWiP: Holga lenses on your DSLR, shooting with the Lensbaby, and special guest Dave Metz of Sigma sets the record straight.
Public outcry causes a photographer to drop a copyright lawsuit, Tamron & Nikon readying built-in Image Stabilizers in their Tele-extenders?, Steve Simon joins in "randomly" and an interview on photo sharing sites with PurePhoto CEO, John Ellis.
This week on TWiP: Are Carl Zeiss lenses really better? Sony opens the E-mount kimono, plus Juan Pons and Rick Sammon of the Digital Photography Experience join the fray.
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