Ep. 175: The Reasons Why I'm Leaving Nikon - and more

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Episode 175 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 - Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS!

Featured: Landscape photographer, Ted Gore

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Landscape photographer, Ted Gore opens the show. Thanks Ted!

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Matt Granger and I design a camera...and the reasons why I'm leaving Nikon. (#)

Canon gets set to update the 6D with the 6D Mark II. (#)

Rumors that Tamron will be releasing a 24-70mm f/2.8 G2 as soon as this year. (#)

A motion prediction algorithm takes one image and turns it into a nearly hour-long movie. (#)

A BBC photographer is detained by police in the UK. (#)

A crashed drone takes out a cyclist during a bike race and it's caught on video. (#)

Outtake

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