This week on TWiP: Photographers building a book for charity in Google+, is Apple planning new publishing tools? And should you send your photos out to be retouched? In India?
This week on TWiP: It's a very special year-end episode! We look back on trends of 2011, and looking forward on what's coming in 2012 in this very special episode of This Week in Photo! Plus: holiday wishes from past TWiP guests and some of our listeners too!
In this chat Vincent and Frederick discuss the then and now. How the industry has changed, and what might be next. And he gives plenty of tips on how "regular folk" can get started shooting professional-looking video without taking out a 2nd mortgage.
This week on TWiP: dSLRs banned from a UK tube station, iPhone photos find their way into stock photography, Kodak burning through $70 million a month, and CF cards to be replaced by smaller XQD format.
This week on TWiP: CNN lays off photojournalists citing the accessibility of quality cameras, brick and mortar camera shops start charging you touch the goods, looking back a the most memorable stories and images from 2011, and an interview with Paul C. Buff.
This week on TWiP: Are liquid lenses the next big thing in Photography, Adobe kills flash for mobile and revamps it's upgrade pricing model, Google+ reunites a DSLR owner with his images lost at sea, new hardware from Nikon, and an interview with Dan Brodnitz about the state of distance learning for creatives.
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