On this episode of TWiP, we discuss the emergence of a "Franken iPhone" camera, a chat about the role presets play in photography, and Skynet (computational photography) comes to point and shoot cameras.
In this week's episode the crew discusses a photographer that was detained by BP security, just for taking pictures. Canon's Wonder Concept Camera of the future. And we discuss a professional fashion shoot - done completely with an iPhone 3GS!
In this show Frederick announces there will be a new home for TWIP. Are Medium Format Cameras for the average photographer and is Nikon working on a projection camera?
On this week's episode, Alex, Frederick, and Ray talk about the relationship between Getty Images & Flickr, RC Helicopters equipped with cameras, and Lexar's Jeff Cable joins the discussion to talk about storage solutions for photographers.
It's all about care and feeding of your next African adventure. Veteran photo safari leader Andy Biggs along with traveler Doug Kaye join Alex Lindsay and Frederick Van Johnson to talk about the do's and don'ts of travel photography.
Several states have instituted laws prohibiting people from taking photographs of police officers in the field. What does this mean for the future of photography? Also, BP blocks photographers from photographing the oil spill in the gulf, Apple announces iPhone 4.0, and a discussion with author and photographer David duChemin about eBook publishing.
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