This week on TWiP, the guys discuss Britain's censoring airbrushed photos, facial recognition for backgrounds... is it useful? And Google Images adds EXIF data, what does this mean for photographers.
This week on TWiP: Apple releases the "lion", a photographic Rube Goldberg contraption, and photographer David duChemin talks about his unfortunate accident.
This week on TWiP: Monkeys taking self portraits, AP gets tough on photo manipulation, and Steve Simon discovers Facebook.
On this episode of TWiP, FujiFilm sets its sights on 3rd place, Google+ and what it means for photographers, Pentax sells to Ricoh, a lens mount for your iPhone, photographing your own heart surgery, and a conversation with Jack Hollingsworth about iPhoneography.
On this special interview edition of TWiP, Frederick Van Johnson talks about the past, present, and future of 500px with Creative Director and Co-Founder Evgeny Tchebotarev.
On this episode of TWiP, is Apple's Final Cut Pro X ready for photographers? Tennessee outlaws emotionally distressing images. There's a new Lytro camera that lets you shoot first and focus later. And Google rolls out reverse image search.
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