Do the Nikon D4 and D800 pass the 'BBC Test'? Photography and Apple one year after Steve Jobs' passing. Getty Images celebrates the half-millionth image in its Flickr collection. Plus an interview with Brian Diaz and Dean Johnson of Model Mayhem.
This week on the show: Sony becomes the largest shareholder in Olympus. Kodak leaves the consumer printing market. A new App that allows you to take just one photograph...ever. IKEA Saudi Arabia photoshops women out of its catalog. And an interview with photographer and educator Michael Willems.
This week on TWiP, Lytro enters the retail market, an update on Nokia's Lumia 920 Pureview, Adobe releases Elements 11 and Frederick sits down for an inspiring chat with Brooks Institute's Ralph Clevenger.
Plenty of news coming out of Photokina in Germany this week. We're talking about new full-frame bodies from Nikon & Canon, Google acquires Nik Software, Sekonic releases a new touch-screen light meter, and Sigma adds USB to it's newly reorganized lens lineup.
This week on TWiP: Apple releases the long-awaited iPhone 5, Nokia gets caught faking new technology, a discussion about the world of plug-ins and an insightful interview with Adobe's Bryan O'Neil Hughes.
This week we're feeling a little "smug". Dave Dugdale, Doug Kaye, and Ron Brinkmann join Frederick to talk about SmugMug's price increase, focus peaking finding it's way into more cameras plus a revealing interview with the President of SmugMug - Chris MacAskill.
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