This week on TWiP: A new website tells some photographers, well, they're not, a Pennsylvania photographer bans some Facebook bullies, and UK Tube commuters get photographed without their permission.
This week on TWiP: Stock buyers or stock shooters - who's to blame for the state of stock photography today, Delkin releases new CF cards for extreme conditions, a photograph of President Obama at a memorial site stirs some controversy, and Nokia creates the world's largest stop-motion animation with a cell phone camera.
This week on TWiP: Are photographers becoming post-production artists, controlling your camera with an Android, and shooting kids in public places - is it legal and is it cool?
On this episode of TWiP, 100Cameras.org needs your help, Kodak looking to sell off billion dollar patents, future camera technology, and a round-table discussion on image backup strategies.
This week on TWiP, the guys discuss Britain's censoring airbrushed photos, facial recognition for backgrounds... is it useful? And Google Images adds EXIF data, what does this mean for photographers.
This week on TWiP: Apple releases the "lion", a photographic Rube Goldberg contraption, and photographer David duChemin talks about his unfortunate accident.
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