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On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Steve Brazill joins the conversation for another live episode! We discuss a lot of science topics that truly push our current limits of photography, from a greater understanding of the first colour images through to breaking boundaries in lens size and resolving power. All this and a discussion of limit-pushing lenses, what's not to love about this episode? Thanks for listening! Bonus: Video of this episode is available here on YouTube. Story 1: Physicists now understand the multi-spectral qualities of the world’s first color photographs (via DPReview) Story 2: Revolutionary ‘Spaceplate’ Could Eliminate Traditional Camera Lenses (via PetaPixel) Story 3: Light-shrinking material lets ordinary microscope see in super resolution (via Phys.org) Story 4: Rare Zeiss Planar 50mm F0.7 lens designed for NASA could fetch $150,000 at auction (via DPReview) Related: World’s longest AF SLR lens, the Canon EF 1200mm F5.6, comes up for sale at auction in Germany (via DPReview) Picks of the Week: Don: red/blue anaglyph glasses - experiment a little, try shooting in 3D! Steve: DxO Nik Collection 4 Bonus: Steve's unboxing video of Don's new book: Connect with Our Hosts & Guests