This week on TWiP, a photographer is outed for plagiarism, Smugmug reboots from the ground up, and Instagram enables image embedding. Plus, a very timely interview with Smugmug’s co-founder and frontman Chris “Baldy” MacAskill.
This week on TWiP, enjoy the conversation as Frederick chats with two movers and shakers in the photography world: Martin Evening and SmugMug’s co-founder and CEO Chris “Baldy” MacAskill.
This week on the show, Canadian photographers rejoice over changes to their copyright laws, interesting new photography trends emerge, a Brazilian model uses Hurricane Sandy’s aftermath as a backdrop for a photo shoot, SmugMug responds to “passionate feedback”, and Bruce Clarke chats with Gerard Murphy from Mosaic.
SmugMug’s price increase is has been one of the hottest photography topics not involving hardware in quite a while. Many photographers have written off SmugMug as just another greedy vendor while others have come to the defense of this reputable company. In this article we look at the choices.
The original intent of the patent process was to prevent damage, but not stifle innovation. Unfortunately, the tech industry is currently being throttled by stifling patents and frequently the trolls that pursue them.