October 28th, 2018
In recent photography news, the FAA now has the authority to take down drones that are violating FAA rules. That includes shooting them down. A recent study found over 211 selfie related deaths. Be careful out there! A new monochrome film stock has been release in 135, 120 and 4 x 5 formats.
Jim took his annual trip to the western states on his way to the Black Hills in South Dakota. States he visited include Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho. He not only visited several national parks, but also state parks and even some places off the beaten path. In addition, he shares some photo tips along the way!
October 29th, 2017
Beginning with this episode we are rendering the podcasts in 720p HD! If you are watching on the website, expand to full screen for a higher resolution image!
In recent news, Apple has announced that HDR is on by default in the new iPhone 8. Western Digital has revealed new technology that could lead to a 40TB hard drive. Recently a UAV struck a commercial plane in Quebec Canada. DJI has announced technology called AeroScope that allows law enforcement to id and track drones without compromising privacy. DxO has announced that it has acquired the Nik collection from Google and will continue to update the apps - still free for now! Adobe has releaseed a CC version of Lightroom and has indicated the perpetual license version now called Lightroom CC Classic will continue to be updated.
Jim recently returned from an extended trip to the western US before conducting workshops at the Black Hills Photo Shootout in South Dakota. Jim and Fred share suggestions on how to find the best locations when you are new to an area and Jim shares some video and images from his recent trip!
Coming up next time, a review of the new Spark camera controld from Alpine Labs!