Hosts: Frederick Van Johnson with Valerie Jardin & Doug Kaye
This week on TWiP…
- When disaster strikes, photojournalism stands tall
- How to get the perfect shot
- Flickr jumps into book publishing
- Plus an interview with ShootDotEdit’s Jared Bauman
Stay tuned after the show for an interview with Jared Bauman of ShootDotEdit.
To learn more about Jared and to keep up with everything he’s up to, check out his website at JaredBauman.com.
And be sure to grab Jared’s pricing course! For a limited time, he’s offering it to TWiP fans for 50% off! Be sure to use the code “TWIP” when you check out.
And while you’re at it, check out his CreativeLive course – Pricing, Strategy and Business for Photographers.
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- Photojournalism stands tall when disaster strikes (16:10)
- How to get the perfect shot (28:05)
- Flickr jumps into book publishing (43:25)
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- Valerie: PhotoComment Magazine – It’s free, it was founded by Tristan Hall, and Valerie has an article in next month’s issue!
- Doug: Lance Camera Straps
- Frederick: Google Glass!
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- All About the Gear – Frederick & Doug’s latest show is up: they test out the Canon 70D.
- Samsung Galaxy NX mirrorless camera
- Striking images of the devastation from Typhoon Haiyan
- Colby Brown on the ground in Tacloban, Philippines
- Blurb & its custom book-making tool: Booksmart
- Portfolio – app for showing and organizing your mobile images
- iPhoto for iPad and iPhone
- Sony QX 100 lens camera for smartphones
- Jared Bauman’s weekly newsletter
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