This week on TWiP we’re discussing possible entry-level full-frame dSLRs from Nikon & Canon, a teenager petitions Seventeen magazine to publish non-airbrushed images, the Olympics is looking to ban the sharing of photos via social networks, and home furnishing giant IKEA is getting into the camera market.
Also, an interview with the founder of GlamourCon – Bob Schultz.
The interview with Bob Schultz, Founder of GlamourCon
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Hosts: Frederick Van Johnson, Martin Bailey, Doug Kaye, Ron Brinkmann
- Are Canon & Nikon working on entry-level full-frame dSLRs?
- A teenager petitions Seventeen magazine to publish more non-airbrushed images.
- The Olympics planning to ban the posting of photos and videos from the games on social networks.
- Is IKEA getting into the camera market?
- Plus Frederick sits down for a special interview with Bob Schultz to talk about GlamourCon.
Doug Kaye, Martin Bailey, and Ron Brinkmann join Frederick Van Johnson to discuss these topics and more on this week’s episode of TWiP.
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