Posted in Photo Workshops, Tim Vollmer on Aug 26th, 2012
Welcome to Podcast #59. This week's program features photographer Tim Vollmer who will be talking about our upcoming photo tour and workshop to Iceland in February 2013. If you are interested in joining us on this fantastic opportunity to photograph the northern lights, go to www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com. There are still openings. Tim shares some of his photos with us and talks about things we will likely see and do on the workshop. We would love to have you join us!!
In the news, Canon has issued a recall for some models of the Canon Rebel. It seems that the handgrips on some models are turning white and causing skin irritations. In other news, more dead birds have fallen from the sky, Olympus has announced a new digital camera, Pentax announces a new camera, and Nikon has announced a new Android based wi-fi camera.
For more workshop information -
Black Hills Shootout Workshop - Sept 28 - Sept. 30 - www.bhsu.edu/blackhillsphotoshootout
Everglades, Costa Rica and more - various times - www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com
Iceland Fire and Ice workshop - www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com
Tim Vollmer workshops - http://www.timvollmer.de/
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Welcome to Podcast #44 which features an interview with photographer Tim Vollmer all the way from Iceland! Tim shares his wonderful images of Icelandic animals and scenery and talks about his workshops. In addition, Tim has a special offer to the listeners of The Fotobug for a workshop in Iceland in late May! Go to http://www.timvollmer.de/ for more information and to see more of Tim's incredible work! Be sure to let Tim know you heard him on The Fotobug!
In the news, Eastman Kodak has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Adobe backs off on their new upgrade policy, and Apple approached Lytro for new possible camera ideas! Also, Eye-Fi challenges new proposed SD wireless standards and you won't want to miss the story on a copyright issue in the UK as well as a photographic image long term exposure that lasted one year!
Also, the dates for Jim's Costa Rica workshop have been set to begin Saturday May 5 - check www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com for more details and to register for this photoworkshop to capture hummingbirds and the amazing resplendant quetzal. Also coming up, Jim and Fred will be doing a remote podcast from the Everglades in February and look for our friend Chris Klapheke to join us once again!
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