Chris discusses the own-backyard-syndrome – is the grass on the other side really greener? Jim tries to find a good way to switch from Apple Photos to Adobe Lightroom and we take a closer look at Getty Images who lately seem to have gotten into a little bit of trouble.
We’re opening yet another Slack photo challenge, Ted has a word to say about an interview that Ibarionex Perello did with Chris on The Candid Frame, Joe got his family into discussing photography by using box cameras and Ed wonders about getting a CLA, a Clean-Lube-and-Adjust. Oh, and bumblebees…
Andy has the feeling of missing out of some of the cool features his camera might have – because he’s using older lenses. Jack wonders how a photo he once saw could have such an incredible depth and Chris explores what depth cues in a photo can do to your perception. Also, friend of the show CJ Chilvers is asking for your help: in which past episode of TFTTF did Chris read from CJ’s book A Lesser Photographer?
Chris discusses over-engineering and over-tooling the creative process There is some great follow-up on the show regarding “crunchy legs” and how to fix that .. and it involves a dentist. Chris will also discuss 360-degree-photography with his guests Jon Miller and Herb Saperstone.
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.