On this episode of TWiP, it's our 200th episode and we've brought the band back together. This week, we catch up with some of the original TWiPers to chat about what they've been up to and how they are incorporating video into their workflow. Plus, Bruce Clarke sits down for a special interview with David Ziser.
On this special episode of TWiP, Frederick sits down for an insightful interview with Heather Champ - a life-long camera junkie, former Director of Flickr Community, and co-founder of JPG Magazine.
On this episode of TWiP, can you tell the difference between the Las Vegas Statue of Liberty and the real one in New York? If so, the US Postal Service could use your help. onOne introduces layers to Lightroom, and Bruce Clarke sits down with photographer Matthew Jordan Smith to pick his brain about all things photography.
Adobe jumps into the subscription business. Instagram escapes the Matrix. And are film cameras dead? Listen in on the discussion featuring Frederick Van Johnson, Alex Lindsay, Derrick Story, and Moose Peterson.
How do you get and stay inspired? The oldest surviving Nikon digital camera goes up on the auction block. Lens Baby announces the Composer Pro, and a recent incident in Libya raises concerns over the safety of female photo journalists going into war zones.
Is the iPad becoming a serious photographer's tool?, in-camera re-touching for point-and-shoots, and an interview with self-portrait photographer Natalie Dybisz.
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