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Hosts: Martin Bailey, Ron Brinkmann, Charlie MacPherson

This week on TWiP…

  • Nikon files a patent for an interchangeable sensor camera
  • A Priest halts a wedding ceremony to scold photographers
  • A round-table discussion on “Learning Light”
  • Plus an interview on the business of photography with Nathan Morris

This week Frederick sat down for a conversation with Nathan Morris to discuss the business of photography. You can learn more about Nathan by visiting his website at http://nathanwmorris.com/twip

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  1. Nikon files patent for an interchangeable sensor camera
  2. Priest stops ceremony to scold photographer

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Ron: Screens 3 and the graphic novel Sin Titulo

Charlie: Global Rescue and the Nikon Coolpix AW110

Martin: Deluxe Bergeon 5733 dust blower

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Credits:

Pre-production by: Bruce Clarke

Post production by: Suzanne Llewellyn & Vince Bauer

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Intro Music by: Scott Cannizzaro

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