#140–Digital Artist–Robert Cornelius

Photoshop Guru and Digital Artist, Robert Cornelius is a great photographer, but that's just the start of the magic he brings to his images. Hours of Photoshop work and a little bit of magic later and Robert turns these images into powerful unique works of art.

#139–Photography Clubs–Ronald McCarty

Photography Clubs have been around almost as long as photography itself. While many of us only belong to virtual photo clubs on sites such as Facebook or G+, we may not belong to any physical clubs. But these clubs are still going strong. Ronald McCarty comes to jpeg2RAW to share his experiences with joining and running his Photography Club.

#138–Travel Photography–Ralph Velasco

Ralph Velasco, one of the top 100 Travel Photographers in the world, shares his images, stories of his travels and a little advice from his Mom.

#137–Sports Photography–Roger Cotton

Roger Cotton shares his knowledge of running a Sports Photography business. From the Team & Individuals to the action shots.

#136 – Hosts Discussions – Sony Alpha a7II

Tim and Mike discuss photo storage technology, the new Sony Alpha a7II and problems with shooting high school basketball

#135–Host Discussions

Tim and Mike discuss various photography related news and a couple of updates including Mike's use of the Nixplay digital frame.

#134–Don Komarechka–Macro Photography–Revisit

Don returns to jpeg2RAW for a follow-up on Macro Photography. Don is an award winning nature and landscape photographer specializing in macro photography and is well know for amazing snowflake extreme macro images that have to be seen to believe.

#133–Best of 2014 Photo Contest

Every month jpeg2RAW holds a themed Photo Challenge, except for December. In December, we hold a Best of the Year Photo Contest. In this Best of 2014 episode, Mike and Tim are joined by A.D Wheeler to analyze each of the finalist and to announce the winner entry.

#132–jpeg Replacement?

In this last show of 2014, Mike & Tim discuss the Best of 2014 Photo Contest and a potential replacement for the jpeg file format.