Welcome to podcast number 54! In the recent photo news, Petapixel shows off images printed from negatives swallowed by artists, then pooped out in the dark and developed, Canon announces the newest member of the Rebel family as well as a series of summer workshops in the national parks, Panasonic is now the major stock holder of Olympus, Sony has announced the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards, and Apple has released Aperture 3.3.
Our special guest is Charles MacPherson from Massachusetts. Charles runs workshops in the northeast United States including a workshop to photograph polar bears in Alaska! He also produces a blog and newsletter which can be found at www.TheAmazingImage.com. Be sure to check out his artic workshops and monthly photo contest as well as his blog and newsletter! Charles shares his experiences as well as some of his fantastic images and discusses some of his insights into photography. We appreciate Charles taking time on Father's day Sunday to talk with us!
Don't forget to check out the Black Hills Shootout in Spearfish, South Dakota. The workshops are filling up fast and if you register before August 1st, the registration fee is only $150 for the weekend (which includes four workshops!). The keynote speaker this year is Rick Sammon - http://www.bhsu.edu/Default.aspx?alias=www.bhsu.edu/blackhillsphotoshootout. Also be sure to check out the other workshops at www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com incuding the Iceland Glacier and Northern Lights workshop in February 2013 and the Costa Rica workshop for May 2013.
Finally, don't forget to leave us feedback and please be sure to take a moment to rate us on iTunes or your favorite podcast feed! Next time, we have invited Haje Jan Kamps back to discuss the TriggerTrap and we will be featuring a comparison of the TriggerTrap Mobile and IOShutter camera triggers. Don't miss them!