How do you get and stay inspired? The oldest surviving Nikon digital camera goes up on the auction block. Lens Baby announces the Composer Pro, and a recent incident in Libya raises concerns over the safety of female photo journalists going into war zones.
Is the iPad becoming a serious photographer's tool?, in-camera re-touching for point-and-shoots, and an interview with self-portrait photographer Natalie Dybisz.
This week on TWiP: A new mobile photo sharing application raises $41 million dollars prior to launch, how printing often can save you time and headaches, Samsung taps Tessara for zoom technology without moving parts, and Zach Prez shares marketing tips for photographers to get customers knocking on your door. Hosts: Frederick Van Johnson, Alex Lindsay, Steve Simon, and Tristan…
This week on TWiP: With Canon and Nikon shutting down major lens production factories - what's the impact on the people of those companies, and the hardware they produce? Also, spying on polar bears, and a photographer gambles on faked EXIF data.
By popular demand, here is the interview with Trey Ratcliff that is contained within Episode 192. A few folks asked for a way to listen to the interview only, so being the people-pleasers that we are, here you go.
Lady Gaga demands the rights to concert photographs, laser focusing to help with the dreaded focus hunting, and one New Yorker's quest to return a lost roll of film ends in Paris. Plus a special interview with Trey Ratcliff.
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