A while back, we discussed some of the differences between a Full Frame camera and a Crop Sensor camera. Now Mike has moved back to a crop sensor with the purchase of a new Nikon D500.
Curtis is a product photographer for Amazon and other retailers such as Kohls. Curtis takes us into the world high volume photography that most of us never really thought about, but something that is critical to these business.
Tim and Mike discuss Nikon's recent extraordinary loss announcement.
Best of 2016 Photo Contest Winners announced. Mike, Tim & A.D Wheeler analyze each of the finalist and to announce the winner entry.
Alex is a musician, mathematician, photographer and editor. We talk to Alex about writing for the popular photography website Fstoppers, his 10 tips for flying drones in Winter and more.
Drones are reaching more and more average consumers, which comes with huge possibilities and risk. jpeg2RAW discusses the current state of consumer drones with A.D. Wheeler.
A few months ago, Greg walked into his boss's office and quit his day job. This is a huge move for anyone, making the leap from a steady day job to being totally self dependent and responsible. Greg walks us through this decision, his plans for the future and updates us on the latest version of his very popular Photoshop Plugin - Lumenzia.
Photography on train tracks is not only illegal, it's deadly. Kat Forder & Operation Lifesaver explain why we should avoid taking photos on train tracks.
Paul Fontanelli from photographytv.com joins Mike to talk about his journey. We also shares why he started photographytv.com and his plans for the site, plus some interesting interviews he has recently completed and have coming up.
Tim and Mike discuss various photography topics and the jpeg2RAW October Photo Contest, which covered the fun topic Pareidolia.