This week on the show: Sony becomes the largest shareholder in Olympus. Kodak leaves the consumer printing market. A new App that allows you to take just one photograph…ever. IKEA Saudi Arabia photoshops women out of its catalog. And an interview with photographer and educator Michael Willems.
This week on TWiP, we’re discussing Adobe’s release of Creative Suite 6, Nikon’s announcement of the D3200 camera and a new wireless adapter, and an interview with Megan Andersen on arts and crafts photography.
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.
This week on TWiP: dSLRs banned from a UK tube station, iPhone photos find their way into stock photography, Kodak burning through $70 million a month, and CF cards to be replaced by smaller XQD format.
On this episode of TWiP, 100Cameras.org needs your help, Kodak looking to sell off billion dollar patents, future camera technology, and a round-table discussion on image backup strategies.