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It is possible that the A7 and A7R, as well as their future successors might enable Sony to break away from the rest of the pack and perhaps someday reach the top of the field.
TWiP is growing! And we’re looking to bring on a few talented interns to help us create the show. No relocation necessary… just a passion for photography!
What’s new in the entry-level DSLR market? The D3300 is Nikon’s latest candidate in this niche. But the real question for most buyers isn’t whether it’s the best DSLR at this level, but whether one might be better off with a comparable mirrorless camera.
DropBox launches Carousel for organizing and sharing your photographs, Canon undercutting photographers by offering discount portrait sessions at their experience store, and Lensbaby turns to Kickstarter to fund a new lens for the iPhone.
Sony’s Mike DesRoches takes a few moments at NAB 2014 to discuss some of the professional video options available for still photographers looking to up their game into pro video.
Sony Product Information Manager Christina Ann joins me from the Sony booth at NAB 2014 for a quick chat about their newest Action Cam the AS100V.
The mastermind behind LearningDSLRVideo.com sits down with me to discuss how he grew his site from a “stay at home Dad” hobby, into a powerful revenue generating content machine.
Lightroom goes mobile, Sony reveals the A7s, and is Canon charging customers to fix known issues with some of their cameras and lenses? Valerie Jardin takes over the hosting duties this week and is joined by Martin Bailey and Jeffrey Totaro to discuss these topics and more.
Sony Marketing Manager Peter Crithary and Mark Weir, Senior Technical Manager join me to discuss the Sony professional line of video cameras as well as the consumer line-up.
A discussion about POV cameras like Sony’s ActionCam and a look into the growing world of UAVs (Drones).
Sony Artisan of Imagery Jeff Berlin discusses his process, the convergence of his still photographic and motion worlds into what he calls “cinephotography”.
In this interview I sit down with DLSR video pioneer Vincent Laforet, and Sony Senior Marketing Manager Sage Nishimura for a discussion about the state of cinematography.
Sony reveals the newest addition to its A7 line of full-frame mirrorless cameras—the A7S! And this one adds 4K to the mix.
Photographers suing clients for posting bad reviews, taking photographs in Hungary without permission is now illegal, and a photographer wins $1.2M in a settlement over photographs taken from social media. Plus an interview with Amanda Eddy of PhotoDex, makers of Proshow.
This episode of TWiP was recorded live in the Panasonic booth at WPPI. Featuring Giulio Sciorio, William Innes & Kristen Jensen discussing 4K video and some of the latest Lumix hardware from Panasonic. Plus, an interview with travel photographer Ralph Velasco.
I’ve been looking for a reason to go hang out in Paris for some time now, so when Valérie Jardin suggested I tag along at her June street photography workshop, I immediately said “um, yes!”.
This week on TWiP, Nikon announces the Nikon 1 V3, Instagram & product placement, drone pilots flying high again, and Calumet closes it’s doors after 75 years in business. Plus an interview with photographer and educator Rob Knight.
The Lytro is the first commercially available light-field camera. There’s been a lot of buzz (and even controversy) surrounding this revolutionary focus-later device, but it’s not clear whether this is an important development or just a gimmick.