Chris takes a closer look at what has changed in photography since he started making this podcast 13 years ago. From Cameras to screens to editing to storage technology, some changes have been gradual, some have been more revolutionary.
Chris believes that there’s an alternative to shooting wide open, he’ll touch on external storage solutions for photographers, including Drobo and Synology and he will shine a light on when you need what kind of auto-focus mode on your camera.
Also: an interview with photojournalist Sven Tetzlaff about his visit to the Chinese view camera manufacturer Chamonix.
In this episode Chris talks about storing big images files on external disks, he has some more (mixed) news about Lightroom 4.1 and as a little bonus, then return of the soundseeing. Chris will take you on a (potentially boring) thunderstorm photo session.