Welcome to This Week in Photo
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Listen in to the panel discuss The Best Photography Tech Trends of 2013, plus an interview with photographer Shiv Verma.
Frederick asks why anyone needs a point-and-shoot camera like the Sony RX100 II in this age when mobile-device cameras are already so capable, and getting better.
The Chicago Sun-Times re-hires photographers it replaced with iPhones, and our panel offers holiday gift ideas. Plus an interview with Steven Brokaw.
Lindsay Adler and Derrick Story join Frederick for a discussion on the evolving art of portraiture. Plus an interview with boudoir photographer Christa Meola.
Trey Ratcliff, Peter Giordano and Bel Jones sit down in a G+ Hangout with Frederick Van Johnson to discuss Trey’s newest project — The Arcanum.
Doug has fallen in love with Fujifilm’s little X-E1 and her younger sister, the new X-E2. But Frederick digs deeper and gets Doug to explain the real strengths and weaknesses of this unique camera system.
This week we’re serving up a very special helping of photography goodness in this interview with Frederick’s good friend and professional photographer – Karen Hutton.
When disaster strikes, photojournalism stands tall. Getting the perfect shot. Flickr jumps into book publishing. Plus Frederick sits down for a chat with Jared Bauman of ShootDotEdit.
Nikon vs. Canon? Doug discovers what it’s like to use one of those “other” cameras, in this case the new Canon 70D.
Apple and Google: two models for the future of photography. A discussion about the plight of photojournalism. Plus an interview with supermodel turned lifestyle photographer Kristen Jensen!
A discussion about Sony’s A7 and A7r mirrorless, full-frame cameras. Insights on the Panasonic Lumix GM1 and Nikon’s new retro Df. A look at Apple’s Mac OS X Mavericks, iOS 7 and the 5th generation iPads. Plus an interview with Camera Lab’s mastermind Gordon Laing and his thoughts on Sony’s new offerings.
Canon’s financial forecast is haunted by smartphone creep. Adobe hack actually affects 38 million people. A roundtable discussion about learning photography. Plus Don Komarechka inspires you to kickstart your photographic dreams.
A very special how-to interview show with landscape, nature and travel photographers Jay and Varina Patel. Join the conversation as they talk location selection, travel logistics, weather concerns and lots more!
This week on TWiP, an online petition results in two photographers pulling out of speaking at WPPI’s annual conference. Hi-res photographs of Sony’s new full-frame mirrorless A7 and A7r cameras appear online and a special interview with model Tor Alexander.
Nikon releases the D610. Pentax introduces the K-3. Instagram adds advertisements. Adobe gets hacked. Plus an interview on finding your inspiration with LA-based photographer Brooke Shaden.
In this episode of All About the Gear Doug Kaye dives into the GigaPan Epic Pro to find out what all the fuss is about with regard to creating those gigantic gigapixel images.
Martin Bailey hosts and is joined by Ron Brinkmann and Charlie MacPherson for a round table discussion on learning light. Plus Nikon files a patent for a camera with an interchangeable sensor, a priest stops a wedding ceremony to scold a photographer, and an interview with Nathan Morris on the business of photography.
Frederick and Doug sit down for lunch and some AAtG discussion about the Sony’s full frame mirrorless camera, the RX1R.