Public outcry causes a photographer to drop a copyright lawsuit, Tamron & Nikon readying built-in Image Stabilizers in their Tele-extenders?, Steve Simon joins in "randomly" and an interview on photo sharing sites with PurePhoto CEO, John Ellis.
This week on TWiP: Are Carl Zeiss lenses really better? Sony opens the E-mount kimono, plus Juan Pons and Rick Sammon of the Digital Photography Experience join the fray.
This week on TWiP: Photographers in Egypt put their lives on the line to get the shot, Canon releases new lenses, camera bodies, and flashes and Google Art Project brings Street View photographs to Art Museums. This week's show features Frederick VanJohnson, Andy Biggs, and Derrick Story.
This week on TWiP, the panel discusses... the evolution of photo printers, the Gap gets caught red-handed, and crowd-sourcing your next photography project. It's a great episode featuring host Frederick Van Johnson, along with Sara France, Catherine Hall and Tristan Hall.
This week on TWiP, is film the new "F" word?, the Partridge Family sues Corbis, and getting your learn on in 2011.
This week on TWiP: Is Nikon prepping for a "mirrorless" pro camera?, Are phone cameras the next copyright violators, and the discovery of one of the greatest street photographers of the 20th century... after she was gone.
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