How to use Google Photos to store, share, search, and edit all your photos with Google's own John Nack + Aravind Krishnaswamy
On this weeks' show - new hardware announcements from Nikon, Sony, Pentax, and Panasonic. Adobe's Principal Product Manager John Nack joins Google's digital photography team, layoffs and restructuring at Sony, & an interview with the master of the headshot - Peter Hurley.
A discussion about Sony's A7 and A7r mirrorless, full-frame cameras. Insights on the Panasonic Lumix GM1 and Nikon's new retro Df. A look at Apple's Mac OS X Mavericks, iOS 7 and the 5th generation iPads. Plus an interview with Camera Lab's mastermind Gordon Laing and his thoughts on Sony's new offerings.
This Week on TWiP, Flickr rolls out a controversial refresh, Google+ streamlines its UI, adds Snapseed integration and upgrades its Android App. Plus our listener Q&A and Picks of the Week. And the show wraps up as Frederick sits down with 500px's Evgeny Tchebotarev.
This week on TWiP we're talking about image use and abuse. A judge rules Twitter images are off limits, Apple's nudity police yank the popular 500px app off the app store, plus Google and Getty stick 5,000 royalty free images in your Google Drive - for free! Plus an interview with sports photographers Matt Cohen and Ryu Voelkel of BigLensFastShutter.com.
Plenty of news coming out of Photokina in Germany this week. We're talking about new full-frame bodies from Nikon & Canon, Google acquires Nik Software, Sekonic releases a new touch-screen light meter, and Sigma adds USB to it's newly reorganized lens lineup.
If you're looking for an alternative to Flickr, you know there's no shortage of photo-sharing services online. We took a look at a bunch of them and narrowed our list down to a few top choices. Read on to find out what your alternatives are.
This week on TWiP: Canon's president steps down, Apple reinvents the ebook with its iBooks Author app, and Yahoo! begins axing customer support reps.
Trey and I chat about the future of Google+, and it's impact on photographers - in front of a "live" Google+ Hangout studio audience.