Apple announces the iPhone 7 with an improved camera, putting their substantial weight behind upping the ante when it comes to mobile photography. Plus Google updates Google Photos to enable stabilization of Live Photos and Facebook comes under fire for photo censorship.
This week on TWiP - new domain names for .photography & .camera now available, the Color Run sues a photographer for demanding payment for widely distributed photo, and a photographer offers to buy good images to pad his portfolio. Plus Sue Bryce loses her Facebook page due to hackers and an interview with YouTube star - Blunty!
Alex Lindsay returns to explain why Goggle Glass is so cool. Flickr updates its IOS App. Facebook adds shared photo albums. Also Samsung goes Android on a new camera - and Sony intros their new 'Lens Camera'. Plus an interview with NYC photographer Vivienne Gucwa.
Sears and Walmart shutter their portrait studios. A new Facebook app enables users to create photo products from your images - without your permission. HTC and Facebook collaborate on a new social media ready phone. A discussion about how far you are willing to go to get the shot. Plus an interview with Varina and Jay Patel!
Valerie Jardin, Nicole Young, and newcomer Charlie MacPherson, join Frederick to talk about Facebook's facelift and how it might impact photographers. Plus, paying to photograph iconic landmarks, and the FAA grounds an aerial photography business in Minnesota.
This week on TWiP, photo ethics in the Big Apple - two very different photo tales from NYC. Facebook and Eye-Fi unveil new cloud services. Black Eyed Peas' frontman Will.i.am's iPhone mod. And an interview with street photographer James Maher.
This week on TWiP, who's been stalking your Facebook photos, new "Smart Cameras" from Nikon & Sony, Getty & Pictage change hands, Vogue bans underage & Skinny models, and an interview with beauty & glamour photographer Sue Bryce.
This week on TWiP, we continue our use of Google Hangouts to discuss Facebook's acquisition of Instagram, and 500px's new "Plus" plan. The panel also talks about what constitutes a "limited edition," and about a proposal from Adobe to bring Photoshop-esque blend modes into HTML5.
Nikon reveals the D800, 3,000 photos uploaded to Facebook per second, a UK college offers course Phone photography course, new Canon lenses, and an interview with photographer Bambi Cantrell.