It's a family affair! In this special edition of TWIP Alex interviews his sister, Jennifer Stein. The show is being recorded near Freeport, Pennsylvania (in the middle of nowhere). Jenn also reveals some interesting facts about your host Alex.
We're bursting with anticipation as Adobe teases us with a launch date for CS5! Derrick Story joins the show for a chat about the various features in Aperture 3, and he and Frederick compare them with Lightroom 3 beta. And guest Richard Harrington discusses his latest book "From Still to Motion".
This episode is about convergence! Canon deals with firmware update issues. The Police get frisky, and Business Week axes it's shooter. Plus Ron talks about his vacation to Belize/Guatemala. Ron took his Canon 40D with the 17-85 mm standard kit lens, 10-22 mm ultra wide, and the 50 mm f1.4. Also a Panasonic LX3 point-n-shoot camera.
Frederick just returned from WPPI and the group discusses which shows they've attended and the differences between the various photography trade shows that take place each year. There are many trade shows to choose from and in this episode you'll get a clear understanding of what the merits of each are.
This week: A question and answer session. Is Aperture 64-bit? How do you shoot in low light? And what makes the 50 mm so special?
Photographing the Olympians. Popular Photography magazine asks "What is a photograph?" Plus a discussion with Syl Arena on big lighting with small speed lights.
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