Photographer captures food chain in one image. How do you make time in your busy schedule for photography? And Sony's new Xperia X72 Premium cell phone with camera able to take photos at ISO 51,200 and 1080p video at 960fps!
Mike gets his camera back from Nikon and discovered he made a big mistake. He forgot to backup his settings before sending it off for repair. We also discuss Smugmug buying flickr, a monkey lawsuit and 7 Jedi Mind Tricks.
Why do bad photographers think they are actually good? What is a "bad photographer" anyway? Also, Mike sends his camera off to Nikon for repair, finally.
Do you look through the viewfinder with your left or right eye? Is it the same as your dominate eye?
Tim and Mike discuss recent photography news. Photographer receives death threats after using live animals in photo shoots, two images unknowingly taken just milliseconds apart from two different photographers at the same location and more.
Tim and Mike discuss recent photography news. Amazon delivers rocks instead of a DSLR, the new Sony A7 III, Bride ordered to pay $89,000 after social media posts and photos taken 300 feet from a rocket launch.
Tim and Mike discuss recent photography news. Google removes the "View Image" button, Infrared in Chernobyl, landscape image catches exhaust from the Falcon Heavy rocket and getting in shape for Spring.
Adobe updates Lightroom to version 7.2 and promise more speed! Tim and Mike discuss recent changes to registering images with the US Copyright office, how Instagram is killing a historic tree and of course The Chairpod.
Tim and Mike do a quick review of the 6 finalist images in the jpeg2RAW "Best of 2017" Photo Contest. The winner and runner up are announced and various prizes are awarded.
Mike covers some issues with his Nikon D500, autofocus fine tune and more.