This week on TWiP we're discussing possible entry-level full-frame dSLRs from Nikon & Canon, a teenager petitions Seventeen magazine to publish non-airbrushed images, the Olympics is looking to ban the sharing of photos via social networks, and home furnishing giant IKEA enters the camera market.
This week on TWiP, we're discussing Adobe's release of Creative Suite 6, Nikon's announcement of the D3200 camera and a new wireless adapter, and an interview with Megan Andersen on arts and crafts photography.
This week on TWiP: 5D Mark III Light Leak issues, new 4K video cameras from Canon, model releases, a Google+ Conference for photographers and an interview with Reid Warner from SnapKnot.com.
This week on TWiP, we continue our use of Google Hangouts to discuss Facebook's acquisition of Instagram, and 500px's new "Plus" plan. The panel also talks about what constitutes a "limited edition," and about a proposal from Adobe to bring Photoshop-esque blend modes into HTML5.
This week on TWiP we're experimenting using a Google Hangout to discuss Yahoo layoffs and lawsuits, Instagram on Android, monitors for photographers, and an interview CJ Chilvers on minimalist photography.
This week on TWiP, we're talking about the Sony reorganization, the D800's near-perfect sensor, Photoshop CS6 awesomeness, and the Monty Python killer rabbit. Plus, Frederick sits down for an interview with attorney Allen Melser.
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