Before we dive in the sea of digital photography, we take care of some business ….
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Sony & Fuji Chat, Our Kickin’ Listeners and More!
Mac has some beef with his Sony NEX and the Milky Way and needed to chat about it. We also chat about a couple of X-Pro 1 happenings! One of our awesome and oh-s0 patient listeners, Chris Tan, asked us a question and we finally answer it on the show.
Is Photography Unforgettable?
This is a tough, tough subject to tackle, as everyone has an opinion on whether we take too many photos, and if we do take photos, are we effectively doing so? Does every photograph need to tell the viewer a story? A recent article in the Globe and Mail fired us up and we took to our mics in an attempt to dissect this tricky topic. Please tune in and see if you agree or disagree with us or the judges opinions / decisions as mentioned in the article. We somehow became lost in audio translation with our rambles (it happens!) as we made our way through this topic, but hopefully you will have something to think about at the end of the show!
Bits n’ Bites:
What are your thoughts on the amount of photographs we take? Do you think we are overdoing it? Why or why not? If you’re a Sony NEX user, have you run into the same issues as Mac did, or better yet, do you have a solution? Are you excited for focus peaking to hit the little Fuji X-Pro 1?
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Thanks as always for tuning in, folks! Special shout-out to Alan, Chris and Andrew! Rawr.
Links from the show:
Lost In Digital Translation Article / The Globe and Mail
First Known Photograph of a Human – Paris 1838 / PetaPixel