On this episode Frank has a question about protecting his tripod investment, Tim can’t decide which tilt-shift lens to buy and we’ll take an interdisciplinary look into how the job of a music mixing engineer isn’t that much different from someone who’s editing photos.
Chris took a Zodiak ride over the very same Mælström that Edgar Allen Poe and Jules Verne wrote about, Bob isn’t sure when or if to delete his photos, Darren wants to know more about lenses that keep their focus while zooming (parfocal lenses) and Mike wants to optimize his backup strategy for when he travels to Greenland.
Learn about how to make sure you can use use photos you took of other people for your own advertising. Chris talks about the quality of film and you’ll learn everything about Anita’s popular fishburger, which you can get in Sakris?y, Lofoten, Norway.
Let’s listen in on Adam Savage’s podcast on how constraint furthers creativity. We discuss a contest and hear Thiago ask about setting up shop as a freelance photographer in Europe. Travis is interested in finding out how to travel with photo gear and Chris has a few words to say about that while he packs for his tour to Lofoten, Norway.
Jose is trying to start a portrait photography business, Chris thinks back to the time when he started his own business and what his challenges were – and how he overcame them. The TFTTF Slack July Photo Challenge is up and Ryan wonders how to future-proof his photo management solution.