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  1. Episode 107 »» Lightroom and Fanboyism

    April 26, 2015 by Sid

    Episode 107 »» Lightroom and Fanboyism Lightroom Something or the Other 

    Ahh, finally after months of speculation and a missed rumoured March release date, Adobe finally gave it up and released Lightroom CC or Lightroom 6 standalone for those not wanting to play in the creative cloud. Buyer beware – if you purchase LR 6, you’re not going to get all the goodness moving forward. Join us as we cover the changes!

    Fanboys United

    Most of us are called fanboys at one time or the other, be it for our preference with auto manufactures, smart phones, computers – the list goes on. Photography is one of the most intense fanboy debates, the classic being Nikon vs. Canon. Since this topic was brewing deep within Mac’s noggin as well as suggested this week by one of our kickin’ listeners, Mark, we thought we’d take to the mics and figure this one out – can this be a crutch for our photography? Hmm …

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    We’d love to hear your thoughts on the new Lightroom updates – thumbs up or down? What do you think about camera gear fanboys? Should we even care anymore – why or why not? You can find us at FacebookTwitterGoogle Plus and of course, you can subscribe for free at iTunes or check us out at Stitcher.

    Thanks as always for tuning in!

    Cheers, y’all!

    Links from the show:

    Lightroom Creative Cloud / via Adobe

    Adobe Creative Cloud Photography News Release

    Lightroom 6 Standalone Download

    The Grid » Canon 5DS & 5DSR: Hands On with Peter Hurley

    Google Jail (aka mobile friendly site test)

    Canon Explorers of Light (USA)

    Nikon Ambassador USA

    Official Fuji X Photographers

     


  2. Episode 106 »» When Movies Meet Photography

    April 13, 2015 by Sid

    Episode 106 »» When Movies Meet Photography

    Shutter Time Flashback

    2 years ago, one of our listeners and good friends, Scott Hutchison, joined us for a good ol’ fashioned film chat on episode 52. Mac and Scott were at opposing ends at the time when it came down to the status of film in the industry vs. digital – totally worth a listen to, btw. This time Scott came up with a different show idea and we ran with it!

    The Cinema

    There are many sources photographers look to for inspiration. One of the inspirations can be motion pictures, though at times we may not realize it. Once Scott came up with this idea, we sat back and came with a list of films and how they have inspired us to pick up a camera. Some of the films may surprise you. No judgement, ok, haha? Please join as we go through our lists and see if you agree!

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    Are there any movies which inspire you creatively? If so, which ones and how so? Please chime in over at Bookface and Twitter or here at the blog! Don’t forget you can subscribe for free via iTunes! If you have the Stitcher App, you can also find us there! Big thanks to our new sponsors listeners and the great emails, comments and more! Hugely appreciated! Don’t forget to drop by Bookface and send Mac some extra love! :)

    Thanks as always for tuning in, folks.

    Cheers, y’all!

     

    Links from the show:

    Scott Hutchison, Stick Out Your Face Photography

    Scott’s Twitter :: Instagram :: Facebook

    Hannibal Rising Trailer

    Bridges of Madison County Trailer

    Downton Abbey Trailer

    The Bang Bang Club Trailer

    Reservoir Dogs Trailer

    Top Gear Channel

    Walter Mitty Trailer

    Twister Trailer

    Thelma and Louise Trailer :: T&L Selfie Tweet

    Sophia the First Trailer

    Grand Budapest Hotel Trailer

    Rent Trailer

    The Shining Trailer

    LOTR Trailers

    Breakfast at Tiffany’s Trailer

    Steven Soderbergh’s B&W Version of Raiders Of The Lost Ark – Article 

    BBC Nature Documentaries

     

     

     


  3. Episode 105 »» Our Plan D and Travel Prep!

    March 30, 2015 by Sid

    Episode 105 »» Our Plan D and Travel Prep!, shutter time with sid and mac podcast.

    Plans A-C

    Sometimes a running a podcast means techie glitches appear. We here lovingly refer to them as Uncle Murphy and his law. After several attempts at recording this show over a span of a few days, with and without our invited guest and then a 150 hour ban from WordPress, we are here! So please sit back and join us for Plan D of this show, sans invited guest (he’s coming back later!).

    Adobe Stuff

    At the time of recording, the rampant Lightroom 6 rumours had finally died down, but Adobe made sure to keep their name on the minds of photographers by releasing the update, ACR 8.8. Check it out to see if your bodies and glass are now supported!

    Tasty Treats

    A couple of new treats have popped up over the last few months. If you are a fan of Lightroom, the Kelby crew, Scott Bourne or Fujifilm X systems, you’re going to want to listen and learn which new sites / shows are garnering a lot of attention from photographers.

    Branded

    Part of having an online presence is constantly updating your site whenever possible. The Google Gods decided to round us up like cattle to see who was sporting a mobile friendly site. Be warned, you have until April 21st, 2015 for your site to be mobile friendly compliant, or you will be forced in Google Jail and punished for making your viewers sit at their desk and look at your site on a ….regular computer. Say it isn’t so – the horror! You can check out to see if you are mobile friendly here!

    Another part of branding your business or your fancy self is having a logo. We discuss one of the more popular options these days being used by many businesses, not just photographers.

    Getting the Hell out of Dodge

    Since our guest was unable to attend our third attempt of recording on day three, we decided to switch up the topics and discuss travel prep to places where we have yet to travel where the main purpose is a photo-related trek. In this case, Mac shares the tips and tricks for being well prepped for his upcoming trip to Iceland.

    Hella Expense Squeaky Toy

    Once again totally pasting this from the last 2 episodes, ha ha: One of our Shutter Time pals, Darcy Evans, a local photographer specializing in pet photography is raising funds to cover the surgery costs for his puppychow, Samantha. He is offering limited edition prints of a shoot he did inspired by the well known Coolidge paintings(dogs playing poker)! Check out his YouTube video showing the behind the scenes of this shoot. Wishing Samantha a speedy recovery!

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    You can find us on FacebookTwitterGoogle Plus. Of course you can find and subscribe to the show for free via iTunes. If you have the Stitcher App, we’re there as well!

    Thanks as always for tuning in!

    Cheers, y’all!

     

    Links from the show:

    ACR 8.8 Update

    Google Mobile Friendly Site Check

    LogoTournament

    We Shoot Fuji / via Scott Bourne

    The Lightroom Show / via Scott Kelby & RC

    Lightroom Killer Tips

    Iceland Travel Blog / via Auður

    500px


  4. Episode 104 »» 100 Strangers Project w/ Mark Reierson

    March 16, 2015 by Sid

    Episode 104 »» 100 Strangers Project w/ Mark Reierson, Ben, 100 Strangers Project w/ Mark ReiersonMarky Mark & The Funky Bunch

    Shutter Time mate and fellow Albertan, Mark Reierson, joined us for a chat about his 100 Strangers Project. He shares with us the challenges of taking on such a project, the rewards and what lessons he has learned. He also discusses the true power of a photograph – something he recently discovered after photographing one of his downtown Calgary strangers. We also convinced Mark to let us in on a student’s perspective from The Arcanum, Trey Ratcliff’s Magical Academy of Artistic Mastery (their words, not mine!). Kick back and have a listen as we listen to this hella charming photographer! All photos on this post are courtesy of Mark Reierson!

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    Fuji Rant

    Yes, it happens…sometimes they’re not everything we make them out to be. Fujifilm North America has rolled out a new rental program for their X Series gear. But silly Canadians, don’t be getting all excited, because two Fuji employees made sure to let me know Canada does their own thing and has no part of North America. Hurt bunny feelings aside, it sounds like a great program if you’re American!

    Hella Expense Squeaky Toy

    Totally pasting this from the last episode, ha: One of our Shutter Time pals, Darcy Evans, a local photographer specializing in pet photography is raising funds to cover the surgery costs for his puppychow, Samantha. He is offering limited edition prints of a shoot he did inspired by the well known Coolidge paintings(dogs playing poker)! Check out his YouTube video showing the behind the scenes of this shoot. Wishing Samantha a speedy recovery!

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    We’d love to hear your thoughts on street portraits vs. street candids and if you’ve done either or both? Which kind of you prefer? Do you have any street tips for our listeners? If so, please share the wealth! What are your thoughts on online paid critique platforms such as The Arcanum? Chime in on our site, FacebookGoogle Plus or Twitter and let us know what you think! As always you can listen to us via iTunes, where you can subscribe for free. If you have the Stitcher app, you can check us out there as well.

    Thanks so much for joining us on the show, Mark! Make sure to check out his work! Thanks for tuning in, folks!

    Cheers, y’all!

    Links from the show:

    Marks’ 100 Strangers Flickr Gallery :: The Canadian Portraitist :: Twitter

    The Arcanum

    Fuji Rentals – X Series :: FujifilmUS Tweet 

    Darcy Evans Photography :: Indiegogo Page


  5. Episode 103 »» Photo Chat w/ Steve Graham

    March 1, 2015 by Sid

    Episode 103 »» Photo Chat w/ Steve Graham, shutter time with sid and mac podcast, yegcasts, yegphoto

    Photographers Helping Photographers

    One of our Shutter Time pals, Darcy Evans, a local photographer specializing in pet photography is raising funds to cover the surgery costs for his puppychow, Samantha. He is offering limited edition prints of a shoot he did inspired by the well known Coolidge paintings (dogs playing poker)! Check out his YouTube video showing the behind the scenes of this shoot. Wishing Samantha a speedy recovery!

    Keep on Truckin’

    We sit down with one of our newer listeners, Steve Graham, and chat about all things photography. He gets down to business and dishes his experience on workshops (in person and online), podcasts and other online formats, which well known photographer he truly relates with, his struggles and hopes with his craft and more! Not gonna lie, folks – it’s a long chat, but it’s good because it’s completely genuine and comes from someone who is not only engaging, but has obvious passion for his craft. Well worth the listen, I say!

    Poet, Actor, Director, Songwriter, Vulcan and Photographer

    The world lost a wonderful photographer this week, Leonard Nimoy. Most knew him as an actor, but in addition to other forms of creativity, he was also an established and talented photographer.  If you haven’t already, make sure to check out his work. Scott Bourne also posted a tribute to Nimoy on Photofocus, also worth a read.

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    What will be your best memories of Leonard Nimoy? We’d love to hear them! What are your thoughts on workshops, in person or online? Any experiences you’d like to share? Send us a tweet, drop us a note on this blog or visit us at Bookface or Google Plus (right? right?). You can also subscribe for free via iTunes and Stitcher! Thanks so much for coming on the show and hanging out with us, Steve! We hope to see you back on the show in 6 months!

    Thanks as always for tuning in!

    In the words of the magnanimous Mr. Nimoy, live long and prosper.

     

    Links from the show:

    The Arcanum

    Darcy Evans Photography :: Indiegogo Page :: Behind the Scenes Video

    The Grid » #176 Jared Polin » #86 Zack Arias » #171 Peter Hurley 

    Steve Graham Photography :: Twitter

    Leonard Nimoy Photography / presented by R.Michelson Galleries

    Some Reflections On Photographer Leonard Nimoy / by Scott Bourne


  6. Episode 102 »» The Soul of Landscape Photography

    February 16, 2015 by Sid

    Episode 102 »» The Soul of Landscape PhotographyMmmm … Fresh Gear

    Ahhh, the wait is over. It’s no secret there have been some big announcements from a few camera manufactures this past week. The anticipation factor was quite high for Canon and Fuji particularly. Nice to see Canon back in the game as many of us were starting to wonder … We break down the bigger announcements as we kick off the show.

    Fuji X Mount Lens Roadmap, Feb 2015, Episode 102 »» The Soul of Landscape Photography

    Udo!

    We had a wee contest to celebrate 100 episodes with the winner receiving a couple of Shutter Time prints! Mac’s son drew the winning entry, so congrats to Udo! Thanks to all who entered the contest to win a print! Udo, we shall be in touch! Yay!

    Finding Your Soul

    I think every landscape photographer has one time or the other questioned their work and whether their image has any soul. Isn’t that the goal of every photographer and in particular, the landscape photographer? An article from photographer, Ugo Cei, about his thoughts on the lack of soul in landscape photography today sparked not only a fair bit of discussion, but also touched some nerves. We tackle this topic and try to understand what has happened with landscape photography, should we be concerned and what to do about it. There are a couple of hundred of comments scattered on several blogs and we suggest you check them out. A lot of folks have some great insight into this topic. One of my favourite comments by far is from photographer John Oro … Since the link to his comment will not work, I’ve included a screen capture of his response.

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    Are y’all excited about any of the fresh gear announced from Olympus, Canon or Fuji? What are your thoughts about the 50MP Canon body – is this really necessary? Would the full frame + 1.3 an 1.6 crop capabilities make this body appealing to you? We’d love to hear your thoughts on the gear announcements and of course, the landscape photography debate!  Thanks again for all the continued interaction – it’s so appreciated, y’all. You can find us on Bookface, Twitter, G+ (hahaha, I know I know), and of course you can find us on iTunes and the ol’ Stitcher App. Oh, and big thanks to Gavin for the great messages!

    Thanks for tuning in!

    Cheers, y’all!

     

    Links from the show: (dang, there are a lot today!)

    EOS 5DS and 5DS R Press Release / via Canon.ca

    Canon EF 11-24mm ƒ4 Lens Press Release / via Canon.ca

    5 Reasons I Think the New Canon 5DS Will Kick Ass for Landscape Photographers / via Matt Kloskowski

    Canon EOS M3 Rumours / via EOS M World

    Olympus OM-D E-M5 II / via PetaPixel

    The Camera Store Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Hands-On Field Test / via TCS

    Fuji X Mount Lens Roadmap / via Fujifilm USA

    Will the Real Landscape Photography Please Stand Up? / via Ugo Cei Photography

    Ugo’s Follow-up Post, The Power of Ambition / via Ugo Cei Photography

    Will the Real Landscape Photography Please Stand Up? / via PetaPixel

    TWIP 398 – Raiders or the Lost Art / via This Week in Photo


  7. Episode 101 »» Is Professional Photography Dead?

    February 2, 2015 by Sid

    Shutter Time With Sid and Mac podcast, Episode 101 »» Is Professional Photography Dead?Third Party Gem

    Mac has made it no secret he is fond of third party lenses for his mirrorless bodies and he has spoken about them on the show in the past as well as on his blog. This time he dishes on his relatively new user experience with a high quality used lens that so far, has been worth the cash.

    Are We Immune?

    It’s happened before, yet many in the industry continue to shake their heads and fists when giants like CNN or Chicago Sun Times sack their staff photographers in the name of corporate restructuring, etc etc etc … It’s happened again, this time with longtime sports media org, Sports Illustrated. The decision was down to “economic circumstances and company restructuring.”…which can possibly be translated to iPhone pictures are good enough, yo! Or not. We’re just guessing. Many say readers of the magazine will not care about the quality of photographs, so the question is, are we as visual beings immune to quality photography?

    Tourism Jackpot

    Orgs sacking their photographers are not the only situations where working photographers are taking a hit in some ways. Tourism boards / companies, especially the larger ones, are hugely benefiting from the explosion of sharing your tourism driven photos over social media. Instead of licensing images or even hiring photographers for campaign work, many of these companies are heavily relying on the steady flow of pictures coming their way for free to promote their brand and province / state / country / etc. Sure, some of these orgs are still using paid photographers and are paying for photographs, but it’s safe to say the way business is being done using photographs is continuing to shift. There are definite pros and cons to this growing trend in the tourism industry worth considering.

    Please join us as we discuss the impact moves like Sports Illustrated and Travel Alberta have on the photography industry as a whole and the direct thump it can have on the working photographer. Has the influx of free photographs, good and bad, led organizations to revise their business strategy when it comes to using photography to reflect their corporate vision? Are we making the job far too easy for them? What can we do as photographers to ensure sustainability within the industry or should we just find a way to adapt and move full steam ahead?

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    Thanks again for all the 100 show wishes and notes, etc. We really appreciate it! Is there something photography related on your mind? Feel free to drop us a line via this site, or you can find us on Twitter, Bookface, G+ and of course, you can subscribe for free via iTunes and the Stitcher app!

    Thanks as always for tuning in!

    Cheers, y’all!

     

    Links from the show:

    Leica and Fuji / via MiKsMedia

    SI Lays Off All Remaining Staff Photographers / via PetaPixel

    CNN Lays Off Photojournalists  / via PetaPixel (2011)

    Chicago Sun-Times Lays Off Entire Photo Staff / via PetaPixel (2013)

    Travel Alberta Blunder, 2009 / via CBC


  8. Episode 100 »» Shutter Time Hits 100, Yo!

    January 19, 2015 by Sid

    Episode 100 »» Shutter Time Hits 100, Yo!Shots for Everyone 

    Before we start strolling down memory lane, marking 100 episodes of this podcast, we take care of some business. After we recorded the show, we were asked by a couple of listeners to limit the Fuji swooning for at least episode 100 or kill it all together for a while. Whoops. Sorry, y’all, we do cover a wee bit of Fuji chat as a follow up to the review we said Mac would deliver, so he does just that! Join us as Mac quickly gives us his thoughts on the Fuji 16mm extension tube, we briefly chat about the most popular cameras according to Flickr folks, and a wee more! Oh, and blame Mac for the celebratory noises, hehehe.

    Stay Gold, Vivian. Stay Gold. 

    It’s been no secret we’ve become fans of the late Vivian Maier’s body of work, and we have discussed her a number of times on the show, including a review of the documentary film, Finding Vivian Maier, between Mac and 2nd time guest, Jamey M. Photo. Earlier in the week, the nominees for the 87th Academy Awards were announced and many photographers were pleased to see the film snag a nod for Best Documentary Feature for John Maloof and Charlie Siskel. You can check out the rest of the list here!

    100 Episodes, Holy Crap, Canon

    Like it says in our bio (sans photos, I know, I know):  Our Shutter Time Roots: After countless hours of conversations and a few shoots together, we realized we should be transferring our gift of gab to a platform where we can reach other photographers and photography enthusiasts alike. Shortly after our lightbulb moment and a trip to B&H Photo, Shutter Time with Sid and Mac was born. – this about says it all, folks! 100 episodes and the conversation is still going strong!

    Visiting the Shutter Time Bunker

    We’ve had a good chunk of interviews and special guests, panelists and more drop by the virtual bunker and we’ve been thrilled every single time. In no particular order, we want to thanks all those who took the time to come on the show: Michael, Kasia, Dominick, Andrew, Moose, Ashley, Jamey, Jake, Rob, Alan, Terry, John, Jennifer, Randy, Darlene, Carey & Kelly (The Lonely Photographers), and Dustin. We appreciate it so much and we thank you all for contributing to the show, taking to the mics and exploring the world of photography with us!

    Friendships Are Born

    Becoming friendly with our listeners has allowed us to develop some really great friendships online and in person: Michael, Rob, Alan, Ross, Dom, Scott, Udo, Jamey, Andrew, Mark, the list continues! We look forward to building a few more friendships as the show goes on. But just a few now! :D

    Not Gonna Go All Bette Midler On Y’all

    ….and spout something about you all being the wind beneath our wings or anything like that, but just know we thank you, our wonderful listeners, for tuning in through the good and the bad, the ups and downs, heated debates, awkward poses, fanboy / fangirl moments (uh, Fuji and Moose, anyone?), Uncle Murphy interruptions, techie blips, countless giggles, big sighs and more. We appreciate every download of the show and more importantly, the excellent interaction and all the support from all of you. Awkward group hug once again!

    Looking Ahead

    The comments, visits, emails and more really mean so much to us and our promise to you is to keep getting better and making a show you’ll want to keep listening to and hopefully, participating in! Look for a revised site, better interaction from us, better photography, and more overall podcast goodness as we head towards the next 100! We look forward to the challenge as we tackle the ever changing world of photography with our mics!

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    We’d love to hear from you! If you have any show suggestions or comments on anything in your photo-driven minds, please speak up! What do you think of the Oscar nod for FVM? How do you think she would handle the increased hoopla on her body of work? If you shoot macro, do you think an extension tube is the way to go or would you prefer a dedicated macro lens?

    You can find us on Bookface, (Mac), Twitter and Google Plus. Don’t forget to subscribe if you haven’t already for free via iTunes. You can also catch up via the Stitcher App!

    Thanks as always for tuning in… and thank you, Mac. :) Let’s go shootin’ sometime, eh?

    Cheers, y’all!

    Sid & Mac!

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    Links from the show:

    Macro Photography » Fuji 16mm Extension Review / via Mac

    Camera Trends From Flickr / via PetaPixel 

    Fuji X Buyers Guide Part III / via Zack Arias

    When Love Breaks Down: Why I Sold My Mirrorless

    Oscar Nominations » Finding Vivian Maier

    Episode 52 »» Film Chat with Scott Hutchison

    Episode 59 »» The Neighbors or Peeping Toms? 

    Episode 35 »» Moose Musings: Interview with Moose Peterson


  9. Episode 99 »» Influential Photographs

    January 4, 2015 by Sid

    Shutter Time with Sid and Mac podcast, Episode 99 »» Influential PhotographyFuji Stuff…Sorta

    In November 2014, Fujilfilm had announced two X-mount extension tubes for your macro pleasure. Word on the street is these accessories are now available for purchase. The good folks at wired.com have released their favourite gadgets list for 2014 and the Fuji X-T1 made the list for top camera of 2014. Check out the rest of the list here!

    TIME, You’re Drunk

    Like many other top 10 lists floating around, TIME came up with the ten most influential photographs of 2014. The list not only appears to be compiled of mainly average photos based on the photos themselves, but when attached to the detailed text describing the story, suddenly the photo gains a bit more merit. Is this really what makes an influential photograph? Join us as we try to make our way through this tough topic.

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    We’d love to know what you not only think about Time’s Top 10 photos of 2014, but what you also think defines an influential photograph? Should we as photographers reply on the accompanying text to help share our story? Does this list from TIME devalue photography in your eyes (go ahead and just tweet to me, Sid, you’re overreacting, ha!). Do you have any plans for 2015 with your photography? Are resolutions important to you, especially those related to making images? You can find us at Bookface, Twitter, Google Plus, and of course you can subscribe for free via iTunes! You can also listen to us via the Stitcher App!

    Don’t forget to listen to episode 98 in order to win a Shutter Time print. Stop laughing.

    Thanks so much for continuing to tune in, friends and listeners alike. We appreciate you helping us keep the conversation of photography going, the good, bad, ugly, hella important and silly topics. Happy New Year, y’all! Awkward group hug and / or high five. Your choice.

    Thanks as always for tuning in!

    Cheers, y’all!

     

    Links from the show:

    Fujifilm X-mount Macro Extension Tubes

    wired.com »» Our Absolute Favorite Gadgets of 2014

    Time’s Top 10 Photos of 2014

    Time’s Top 10 Photos of 2013

    Time’s Top 10 Photos of 2012


  10. Episode 98 »» It’s Fuji Time, Y’all

    December 23, 2014 by Sid

     

    Shutter Time With Sid and Mac Podcast, Episode 98 »» It's Fuji Time, Y'all, fuji x-t1 firmwareHo Ho Holy Fuji Is Awesome

    As we wind down the year, we thought being Fuji X shooters ourselves, we should be covering the release we’ve all been waiting for: the Fuji X-T1 firmware update to 3.00.  Yowsa! Speaking of Fuji, make sure to check out the latest Fuji X Mount lens roadmap for the upcoming news of 2015! Speaking of Fuji….again…please take a moment to check out the work of Official Fuji X Photographer, Marco Larousse.

    Episode 100 is Coming

    Hey, have a listen and see what you need to do to win free prints. Wallet size Walmart pics for everyone! Ok, not really. We’re thinking metal – metallic – or not. We haven’t decided, but just know we are giving away two prints, y’all! Make sure to email Mac with your answer at mac [at] miksmedia [dot] net!

    Ah, Fuji. Well, Lightroom

    Before we jump into Fuji Fuji Fuji chat, we vent a wee bit about some very recent Lightroom 5.7 woes, yo! Are you having any issues with Lightroom since the latest update? If you have any words of wisdom with the gremlin activities taking place, please jump in!

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    We’ve been sort of quiet mysterious on the social media front of late, but we strive to change this in 2015! You can find us on TwitterFacebookGoogle Plus (haha, no, really) and of course, you can find us on Stitcher and iTunes, where you can subscribe for free!

    Thanks as always for tuning in, folks! Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We’ll see you in 2015 for more!

    Cheers, y’all!

    Links from the show:

    Marco Larousse Photography » Official Fuji X Photographer

    Fujifilm firmware Update X-T1

    Zack Arias » Fuji X Buyer’s Guide, Part 1 – Cameras

    Zack Arias » Fuji X Buyer’s Guide, Part 2 – Lenses

    Fuji X Magazine » Vol. 7

    TCSTV’s Best and Worst Cameras of 2014 » Video

    TCSTV’s Best and Worst » Bloopers