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In this episode I sit down with two photographers, they are the best of friends but each specializes in a different genre of photography and as a result, have different approaches to interacting with their subjects.
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In this interview I discuss stock photography with seasoned photo industry veteran and creative director Brenda Milis.
An impartial and honest show focused on the “truth” about photography gear featuring Roger Cicala and Drew Cicala, the guys behind LensRentals.com.
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Curtis Jones started his career as a Pharmacist but quickly gave into to the call of the wild — and his camera!
In this impromptu interview I'm joined by several Lumix Ambassadors to discuss these new cameras, and how they stack up to the competition. We also discuss the micro-four-thirds format and Panasonics commitment to that platform.
In this interview I get to interview... MY BIG SISTER! Sheryl Holman is the Founder and CEO of Community Assistance Programs, also known as CAPs in Chicago.
In this episode, I’m joined by Gilmar Smith and Alastair Jolly to discuss Flickr and its amazing return!
A new bug with FaceTime on the iPhone. Some thoughts on what we can expect from the Apple earnings call later today. Is Apple planning a subscription service for games? Apple needs one little screw to manufacture iPhones in the US, but it can't find it here. iOS 12.2 is out, what can it tell us about new iPads? Picks of the week Lory's Pick: In ...…
In this episode, Adobe's Josh Haftel joins to discuss the company's mobile strategy with regard to Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic, and Lightroom Mobile.
In this episode, commercial photographer Wayne Johns joins me to discuss the idea of chasing the best camera “holy grail”.
Tim Cook wants your privacy. For the cost of Mark Zuckerberg's security, you could protect 15 Tim Cooks. No Nvidia on Macs. Ever. Apple's Lost in Translation. iPhone SE sells out in moments. New iPhone battery case. Picks of the Week Andy's Pick: Total Mount Alex's Pick: Pages for iPad Rene's Picks: new iPhone battery cases and #shotoniphone Co ...…
Ibarionex and Frederickerick discuss the idea of "seeing" as a photographer and moving away from the gear obsession and towards getting better at your craft.
Apple touts privacy and shows off HomeKit at CES. How important is privacy for Apple? Battery replacement program cost Apple some sales, but not as many as China's bad economy. Tim Cook focuses on health tech for Apple's future. Wherefore art thou, AirPower? Apple vs Qualcomm takes an unexpected turn in Germany. HomePod hits China this week. Pi ...…
In this interview I sit down with Karen Hutton and Anton Lorimer, the two amazing artists behind the newly released Smugmug Film titled "Framing the Journey".
In this episode, once again I’m joined by Matt Granger and Lee Herbet to discuss some of their learnings from having traveled the globe shooting stills and video, teaching workshops and more.
Andrew D. Bernstein is the Senior Official Photographer for the NBA. Andrew has collaborated on a fantastic new book with NBA great Kobe Bryant called The Mamba Mentality - How I Play.
Tim Cook warns that earnings are not where they should be. Is China to blame? In the age of peak smartphone, Apple needs other revenues. Could IoT save them? Apple throws some shade at CES. Apple vs Qualcomm: now in Germany! Apple plays nice with Samsung TVs. Netfix stops paying the Apple tax on subscriptions. Garage Band hits 15. Picks of the ...…
In this epiosode, Asher Svidensky and I discuss his travels and how he is driven to tell stories, rather than to just take photographs!
We discuss Jan van Beijnhem's new book project Marks of Pride and Beauty
In this episode, I'm joined by two creatives — who coincidentally both happen to originate from Austrailia. Matt Granger and Lee Herbet join the show to discuss some of their learnings from having traveled the globe shooting stills and video, teaching workshops and more.
Troy Christopher Plota is a co-founder of Plotagraph — software designed to allow you to add animation to your still photographs. He believes the next wave of creativity will come from motion art.
We look at back at highlights for MacBreak Weekly for 2018! Hosts: Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, Alex Lindsay, and Rene Ritchie Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/macbreak-weekly. Sponsors: calm.com/macbreak tryhopsy.com/macbreak casper.com/macbreak - promo code MACBREAK
A discussion about "Artificially Intelligent Photography" with Skylum's Oleksandr Sausunko
Apple is Coming to Austin. Apple vs Qualcomm in China Apple Music now on Amazon Echo RIP Apple Connect Apple TV gets Peanuts, Justin Lin, and a new casting director Glitter bombs and KFC firelogs Picks of the Week Andy's Picks: Ella Fitzgerald Wishes You a Swinging Christmas and Patrick Stewart's A Christmas Carol Rene's Picks: iPhone XR Clear ...…
Privacy is the name of the game in this episode. Is it now just a unicorn? Or are we learning from our mistakes?
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Paul Hassell joins to discuss the renaissance of printing, and the importance of the print.
In this episode of TWiP, I'm joined by legendary photographer and compositing artist Renee Robyn!
Unsurprisingly, Apple's 2019 iPhones will NOT have 5G. Apple Music is coming to an Alexa device near you. Apple explains exactly how Siri works on the HomePod. Wireless charging AirPods are coming, but where is AirPower? Apple App Store's Best of 2018 list The iPhone XR is the top-selling iPhone, but is it selling well enough? Apple's iPhone ba ...…
Chris Gampat discusses the virtues and economics of third-party lenses versus OEM lenses.
Mitch Goldstone of ScanMyPhotos.com joins me to discuss the ins-and-outs of scanning in today's high-tech world.
Watch or listen to this episode to get some cool ideas from Resource Magazine's Alexandra Nikki, RGG EDU co-founder Gary Martin and Frederick Van Johnson.
In this interview, Architectural Photographer Jim Doyle and I sit down to discuss the business side of Real Estate and Architectural photography.
In this interview, I sit down with Nigel Barker to discuss Mimeo Photos and the importance of print and digital. Nigel is known for his involvement in America's Next Top Model and many other amazing projects!
In this interview, I sit down with wedding and portrait photographer Benjamin Edwards. Ben and I discuss story, light and giving back!
In this episode, we dive into the mechanics of operating a successful creative business.
In this interview I sit down with photographer Clay Cook to discuss his approach to commercial photography, philanthropy, traveling the world and also just being a genuinely good person.
Shiv Verma, Don Komarechka and Frederick Van Johnson dive into a discussion about Panasonic's expansion into the full-frame mirrorless space.
Joe Edelman joins the show to discuss his work, Olympus gear and the "Geartographer" phenomenon.
Michael Coutts reveals his journey from attempted suicide to using photography as a outlet for creativity and stress.
Picr co-founder Paul Mikhaylenko gives us an inside look at the software his company has produced.
Fashion, Beauty and Advertising photographer Wayne Johns gives a candid and revealing look at the inner workings of the commercial photography industry.
Have you ever been interested in building a wedding photography business?
There are just hours left to grab this year’s 5DayDeal — it contains $2,500 of training, plug-ins, and resources for just $89.
In this episode, we DEEP DIVE into Fujifilm to discuss the product line.
A look at the future of data storage for photographers!
In this special episode, it's a double feature! TWO TWiP interviews... one featuring Troy Miller and his new toy, the Nikon Z7. And a second interview with iPhone photographer Jack Hollingsworth.
Sean Heavey is suing Netflix for copyright infringement!