742 Learning to Move Sideways

Let’s watch Adam Savage look at some amazing artifacts of photography and visit the model he built for a Stanley Kubrick exhibition. Jon wants to know about Back Button Focus – what is it, why would you want to use it, what are its advantages and its pitfalls. Also find the answer to the question if intermediate ISO steps are okay to use.


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741 Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’

Chris looks into Magnum photographer Joseph Kudelka’s philosophy of photography and John wonders about rolling shutter. You can also still win a book and join a discussion.


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740 The Own-Backyard-Problem

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.


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tfttf739 – The Bumblebee Principle

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…


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tfttf738 – With One Eye Closed

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?


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