This week, the guys give a recap of the PhotoMagic 2013 event at Walt Disney World and discuss cameras that were recently announced by Nikon, Olympus, and Sony. After the PhotoMagic talk, this is basically shop talk about the future of the camera industry, with no one being especially keen on the direction of Nikon or Canon.
They start with the Nikon Df. Spoiler alert: they all hate the idea of...
Did you miss us? This week the guys remembered that they had a podcast and actually recorded a new episode. Well, they actually have been recording every week, but someone (Cory) has been forgetting to hit record. This week they talk about what makes a photographer a “professional photographer”.
Hope you enjoy this weeks episode and we will see you soon (most likely months) with a new
This episode is a riveting discussion of new stuff at Universal Orlando, which is partly a discussion of things that are actually new and their photogenic qualities, and partly the gang waxing nostalgic for attractions of the past, and demanding that Universal build two Jurassic Parks…with real dinosaurs.
Before that, a new segment is introduced critiquing photos that users send in. This is...
For historic Episode 60, we’re joined by returning guest Gregg Cooper, who has a new HDR technique that he’s excited to share. Gregg discusses the Merge to 32-Bit HDR plugin for Lightroom by HDRSoft (the folks who make Photomatix). He explains how it’s a great way to fuse exposures and produce realistic HDR images right in Lightroom!
We also discuss the new Flickr, and why we...
This week, the guys answered listener questions that were sent in from Twitter.
Nothing all that exciting for show notes this time, but if you have any questions, please post them in the comments!
In this episode, we discuss the best settings, lenses, and focal lengths for the various daytime and nighttime parades at Walt Disney World and Disneyland. If you have any questions about any of these lenses, please post them in the comments!
We also go off on a variety of tangents having absolutely nothing to do with photography. Surprise, surprise.