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Episode 353 – Now with chapter markers

Sun, 23 Oct 2016 02:00:11 +0000

This week, Glynn talks the Isuzu D-Max shoot. Tony White told us about Luminar, a new “Lightroom-for-dummies” RAW converter, and alerted us to Keegan, your online photo coach. Rakesh shared the video of light travelling through water in ultra-slo-mo. Adam Davidson and David Marland both wrote in regarding the chilled Nikon D5500. Yeah, I know […](image)

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Episode 352 – Snake bites and plane crashes

Sun, 09 Oct 2016 02:00:20 +0000

This week, Sony’s 101MP sensor is 1.7x size of a 35mm sensor! Nice. It was also discussed at dpreview. The LensBaby 3-in-1 lens for mirrorless. The photographer who was bitten by a black mamba… and got the shot. Rakesh wrote to tell us about his failed attempt to scan some Australian currency and photoshop his mate’s […](image)

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Episode 351 – Men and their sheds

Sun, 02 Oct 2016 02:00:34 +0000

This week, Snapchat is getting into the Augmented Reality arena with spectacles. Carl sent us the link to this Aaron Grimes travel video shot in New Zealand. Rob Coates liked this indiegogo campaign for a ratchet strap-type tripod. Adam sent us the story about 2800 people lighting up a 19 storey building using speedlights and […](image)

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Episode 350 – The not-so-lost art of Pictorialism

Sun, 25 Sep 2016 02:00:46 +0000

This week, David Marland leads off with his book review of “A World History of Photography” by Natalie Rosen. Find it on Amazon here. Leigh Diprose (on FB) and Adam (on our wall) both linked to the new monster from Fujifilm, and William Long (on FB) posted a story about how Ansel Adams had a […](image)

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Episode 349 – That’s not a photo!

Sun, 18 Sep 2016 02:00:48 +0000

This week, the world said goodbye to Greta Friedman. You might not know her name, but it’s almost a certainty that you’ve seen her before! Last week, after the announcement of the winner of the Australian Photographer of the Year Award, Ken Duncan had a bit of a rant about what the Awards really do […](image)

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Episode 348 – Get in the sidecar!

Sun, 11 Sep 2016 02:00:20 +0000

This week, as my exploration into the world of Linux continues, I discovered an option in Lightroom which is turned OFF by default. But switching it on provides the ability to transfer my RAW files to Linux with metadata (keywords and all) in tact! Woohoo! This is done on a “per-catalogue” basis, so if you […](image)

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Episode 347 – A non-Windows world

Sun, 04 Sep 2016 02:00:42 +0000

This week, David Marland steps in again. He’s been eyeing off the forthcoming Canon 5DmkIV. In case you’ve been living under a rock, here’s a video of the new features, and here’s dpreview’s summary of the dynamic range capabilities of the new beast. This led to a discussion about gear lust, a topic thrust back […](image)

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Episode 346 – Gimme more bits!

Sun, 28 Aug 2016 02:00:31 +0000

This week, Steve Peters once again steps in to keep Glynn’s chair warm. We’ve got a photographer who says we should “Stop selling prints“. A rumour on the Sony Alpha Rumours site suggests that Sony might be considering 16 bit uncompressed RAW somewhere down the line. David Marland pops in with a deceptive book review. […](image)

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Episode 345 – The RAW conundrum…. sorted

Sun, 21 Aug 2016 02:00:45 +0000

This week, Walt Kippenhuck, David Kirkpatrick and myself all weigh in on the RAW file conundrum, and I’m content with what I’ve learned. Tony White told us about Excire, a plugin for Lightroom which fills in metadata based on image recognition. Despite my assertion on the podcast that I would look forward to trying it […](image)

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Episode 344 – With apologies to Glynn

Sun, 14 Aug 2016 02:00:08 +0000

This week, we revisit the conundrum of RAW file sizes at different ISO ratings, Oppo’s Selfie Expert phone, Can’t or don’t want to fork out $300 for Plotograph? Never mind. There’s a Photoshop Action that gets close to the same result. Those photos from the Olympics? They go from “click” to “publish” in just 2 […](image)

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Episode 343 – The secret to better vacation photos

Sun, 07 Aug 2016 02:00:11 +0000

This week, Laowa launches a suspicious kickstarter campaign ahead of the release of their rectilinear 12mm f2 wide angle lens. Carl told us about Lightroom being available for Apple TV, and about Plotagraph, which will allow you to create an animated GIF from a single still image. This story was also supplied by Adam. Steve […](image)

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Episode 342 – The show’s too long!

Sun, 31 Jul 2016 02:00:06 +0000

This week, Glynn’s shot-by-shot analysis of Bruce’s latest shoot, This week’s phishing attack on a bunch of FB pages (including the Shutters Inc page), Fuji’s “People With Cameras” events continue with Melbourne, Sept 3, 4:00 – 7:30. An interesting portfolio of portraits of women living as men, Verizon buys Yahoo. What this means for Flickr […](image)

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Episode 341 – Disney Conspiracy Theories

Sun, 24 Jul 2016 02:00:11 +0000

This week, I thought I should share the Youtube channel of the slo-mo guys; a couple of fellas with a decidedly destructive bent who like to film their shenanigans at stupidly high video frame rates. Through the week, I tried Glynn’s suggestion of inverting the pixel data on a layer of a manually-stitched panorama. I […](image)

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Episode 340 – Glynn liked my photos?

Sun, 17 Jul 2016 02:00:31 +0000

This week, Glynn is just loving these awesome new Fibonacci-inspired photographic aids! No really, he IS! An interesting BTS look into a Barbie doll photoshoot. A new Instagram user’s best friend….DeHaze will help you with your tags. A few videos to pass the time: This one on Ansel Adams (not sure if it’s the same […](image)

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Episode 339 – Short and not-so-sweet

Sun, 03 Jul 2016 02:00:25 +0000

This week, Google rolls out updated Maps imagery for the first time since 2013. Forget mirrorless; here is a REALLY small camera! the faceless imagery of Follow Me Away (the blog is here, for those who are interested in the images), Plus Glynn dug up a heap of docos on youtube. There’s a 1hr plus […](image)

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Episode 338 – The rights of your copy

Sun, 26 Jun 2016 02:00:49 +0000

This week, David Marland steps back in for the temporally-challenged Glynn Lavender. We open with a link courtesy of ProCounter about intellectual property rights in Australia. Apple is about to introduce RAW capture and edit to iOS 10 devices. Keith Loutit spent 3 years putting together this amazing timelapse of Singapore. Carl sent us a […](image)

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Episode 337 – Fibonacci cats

Sun, 12 Jun 2016 02:00:10 +0000

This week, Glynn found InstaMuseum, which allows you to create a virtual 3D gallery space in which to display your images. Glynn’s gallery is here. Sigma is having more lens issues, this time with the Canon 1Dxii. Instagram is now offering Business Profiles. More McCurry bashing. Use Photoshop to Perspective Adjust a small portion of […](image)

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Episode 336 – Your software is judging you

Sun, 05 Jun 2016 02:00:02 +0000

This week marks 10 years since Sony bought out Konica-Minolta‘s DSLR division, and we’re revisiting the story Steve Peters submitted last week about data recovery. The kookaburra photo we discussed: Adam sent us this story about the duo who stage and shoot miniature post-apocalyptic scenes. Glynn loves nothing more than tearing apart my photos. For […](image)

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Episode 335 – The post-USA tales

Sun, 29 May 2016 02:00:52 +0000

This week, Glynn regales us with tales of his US jaunt. Whilst there, he got to try out the new Tamron 85mm f1.8 lens which he reckons is the best lens in that size he’s come across. But as you’d expect, he wasn’t overly impressed with dpreview’s gallery of sample images shot with the lens. […](image)

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Episode 334 – Guest : Steve Peters

Sun, 15 May 2016 02:00:52 +0000

This week, Steve Peters steps up with a couple of macro-related stories: There’s the Top 20 macro shots on 500px this year (so far), and a great portfolio of macro shots involving toy cars in different lands. Steve has just discovered the DxO One, but is not convinced of its usefulness. Adam told us about […](image)

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