In this interview, I sit down with Jeffrey Burke, a former Chairman of the Board at the Brooks Institute of Photography to discuss the impact of it's closure, what’s next for the students, faculty and the for-profit education industry in general.
In this interview, Jim and I connect in a Google+ Hangout to discuss his workflow using MacPhun's new Aurora software.
Instagram Stories imitates Snapchat Stories. A photographer sues Getty Images for $1B after being billed for her own photo. Plus a cool new tech that can print holograms with regular InkJet printers.
This week we discuss Nikon's announcement of their brand new 105mm f1.4 portrait lens. Plus Fujifilm updates their Instax portable printer and Microsoft releases a new app photo called PIX loaded with artificial intelligence
The Canon Powershot G7X II is the latest in a somewhat confusing line of compact cameras, most of which are based on the same 1″ sensor. Compared to the low-end G9X, the G7X II adds a touch & tilt rear LCD, but doesn’t include the electronic viewfinder found on the G5X. The upgrades from the original G7X, released 1.5 years…
Verizon buys Yahoo! for $4.83B. In this episode we discuss this latest page in silicon valley drama, and what this might mean for one of Yahoo’s most prized properties — Flickr. Plus, are digital displays coming to Canon lenses and confessions of an anonymous Victoria's Secret retoucher.
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