This week on TWiP: The CP Plus show in Japan, smartphone stock photos and techniques for choosing your best images. Plus an interview with photographer and educator David H. Wells.
This week on TWiP: dSLRs banned from a UK tube station, iPhone photos find their way into stock photography, Kodak burning through $70 million a month, and CF cards to be replaced by smaller XQD format.
This week on TWiP: Stock buyers or stock shooters – who’s to blame for the state of stock photography today, Delkin releases new CF cards for extreme conditions, a photograph of President Obama at a memorial site stirs some controversy, and Nokia creates the world’s largest stop-motion animation with a cell phone camera.
On this episode of TWiP, can you tell the difference between the Las Vegas Statue of Liberty and the real one in New York? If so, the US Postal Service could use your help. onOne introduces layers to Lightroom, and Bruce Clarke sits down with photographer Matthew Jordan Smith to pick his brain about all things photography.