January 10th, 2016
Welcome to 2016!
Lots of news likely coming as CES in Chicago is getting ready to wrap up. In this first podcast of the new year, Jim and Fred discuss the new Tokina AT-X 14-200 f/2 lens. Also, artist Richard Prince has been taking Instagram photos and selling them as fine art for up to $100,000 and he and the Gagosian Gallery are now being sued by photographer Donald Graham. Also, watch the skies, especially if you are in a downhill ski competition, as a UAV for a television station nearly takes out a competition skier. Samsung has announced a 2TB storage system that has 256 bit encryption and is the size of a credit card! This is no joke, but Kodak has announced it will be producing the first Super 8mm film camera in over 30 years! Also, tune in for lots of news about 4K systems and recommended standards.
Jim and Fred reach back into the vault and pull out a January 2013 interview with light sculpturer, Harold Ross. Jim will be leading two light painting workshops at the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival in Titusville in January 20-25. If you haven't registered yet - better hurry! Pre-registration ends on January 15. Sign up at www.spacecoastbirdingandwildlifefestival.org We highly recommend checking out Harold's website at www.haroldrossfineart.com to see more of his recent work as well as some excellent tutorials and information regarding his workshops.
Coming up, Luka Esenko will return to discuss his new Snapp app (now in beta testing), more in-depth on the Radian 2 and highlights of the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival in Titusville!