TWiP Episode 456 – Please Shoot Responsibly
We’ve been reporting on the tendency of authorities to kneejerk infringe on photographers’ rights over the past several years, but sometimes there are those photographers that shoot irresponsibly and make it harder for the rest of us. In this episode we take a look at two such cases. One involving torching a beloved shipwreck off the coast of California, in the name of “getting the shot”.
Also, Flickr continues to evolve, this time the photo giant is making its “AutoUploader” feature available only to pro (or paid) users. And finally, we discuss the implications of the ongoing Apple v The Feds argument around cell phone security and privacy. The implications, in either direction, are eyeopening.
Before we get started, we also wanted to let you know that Frederick is excited to be speaking at the Out of Chicago conference June 24-26. For a limited time, they’re knocking $100 off the registration price if you use the code “twipchicago” when you sign up. Just head over to TWiP.Pro/OOC to see all the details. See you in the windy city!
Links Mentioned in This Episode
- Local landmark shipwreck in California burnt out for Instagram photo
- Landowners close the road leading to a popular airplane wreck in Iceland
- Flickr’s Auto-Upload feature now only available for Pro users
- Could the FBI force us to turn on our cell phone cameras to spy on us?
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Out of Chicago
Frederick is excited to be speaking at the Out of Chicago conference June 24-26. For a limited time, they’re knocking $100 off the registration price if you use the code “twipchicago” when you sign up. Just head over to TWiP.Pro/OOC to see all the details. See you in the windy city!
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- Derrick Story: Website, Twitter, Google+, Instagram
- Don Komarechka: Website, Twitter, Google+
- Frederick Van Johnson: Website, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest
- Pre-production by: Bruce Clarke
- Post production by: Suzanne Llewellyn & Vince Bauer
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