TWiP 470: Virtually Facebook
Facebook puts its considerable weight behind the 360 movement by adding support for pannable panoramic photos directly into users’ timelines. This means the audience size for photographers looking to create this type of imagery has increased by just about 1.6 billion people.
Also, Apple shocks the photography world with the introduction of RAW/DNG support in its upcoming iOS10 operating system. Could this mark the beginning of professional iOS based photography, and another nail in the coffin for pointandshoot style singlepurpose cameras?
Links Mentioned in This Episode
- Facebook closer to bringing VR to the masses with new feature
- Facebook 360
- iPhone and iPad apps will be able to shoot RAW photos in iOS 10
- DxO ONE adds new features with free version 1.4 update
- Speculating about the new Hasselblad 50 MP mirrorless camera
- Pentax announces a 4×5 film duplicator for use with a dSLR
Picks of the Week
- Juan: Really Right Stuff mobile phone clamp & stand
- Mike: Veteran's Portrait Project | Donate Here
- Frederick: Peak Design's 13″ Everyday Messenger Bag
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