May 22nd, 2011
There is still time to enter the spring Photo Caption Contest! Just enter your best caption for the contest photo for a chance to win Op/Tech rain gear for your camera from Outdoor Photo Gear. The image can be found at the Fotobug Fan page on Facebook. In episode 26, Jim and Fred discuss the future of the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) as well as Seagate's new 500Gb hard drive for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch and also the Neat Image noise reduction plugin update. Also, Jim gives an update on the Skycam tricopter he has been building.
Jim presents video of his recent trip to Blue Cypress Lake to photograph Osprey with Jason Hahn.
Remember to check out the new photogear at www.outdoorphotogear.com and upcoming workshops/trips at www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com.
Coming up are more interviews including Chas Glatzer and lots more!
The Photo Caption Contest ends on May 31st, so be sure to get your entry in either by posting at the Fotobug Fan Page on Facebook, or send an email with your caption to firstname.lastname@example.org. There be prizes!!
April 24th, 2011
Welcome to the Fotobug Podcast #24! This past week (April 15th), Fred traveled to Myakka State Park and Oscar Scherer to photograph scrub jays, and Jim traveled to southern Florida with Jason Hahn into the Everglades as well as Ding Darling and Cape Coral (www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com). Jim and Fred share stories of their adventures as well as photos and videos of the trips. Also appearing in this podcast is Rob Moorman, president of TAPPA (Tampa Area Professional Photographer's Assn.) and Rob discusses tax ramifications for non-professional photographers who may be earning additional income from their photography. An appropriate topic for tax season! He also discusses setting up a corporation for photographers.
Also discussed on today's show - an original Nikon camera goes up for auction. Have $160,000 - $250,000 laying around? You could own a piece of Nikon history!
Thanks and welcome to all our new Facebook fans who joined up with us!!
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