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Scott Hutchison,


It’s been just over a year since we’ve dedicated an episode to film photography, so we thought it was time to bring it up again. This time we asked Alberta photographer, Scott Hutchison, to join in on the fun.

In Each Corner

Mac and Scott face off over the discussion of film vs. digital and I just sit back and listen and observe, ready to tackle them both if need be! Scott brings with him a wealth of knowledge of film photography, so it was great to pick his brain and listen to his passion for photography shine through. Are you still shooting with film? Why or why not? We’d love to hear your thoughts and if film has a place in your photography workflow.

Oh, Google

Google decided it was time to do some spring cleaning and the photography / podcast world took a hit if you use Google Reader for your RSS feeds and Snapseed Desktop as part of your photography flow! I know, right? What do you think about Google’s decision? If you recall, many photographers grumbled when Google snapped up Nik Software last fall! Are you worried Snapseed’s sudden and rather quick demise is a sign to come for the rest of Nik’s applications? What will you use for your RSS feeds now? Leave us a comment and share the wealth! We also talk about the latest and highly anticipated update with Lightroom 4.

Staying Social 

Join the discussion on Google Plus, our new G+ community, Facebook, Twitter and of course, this blog! Don’t forget you can subscribe to the show for free via iTunes! If you have the Stitcher App, you can also find us there! We’d love feedback and are always open to suggestions for future shows! Don’t be shy and let’s hear your voice!

Thanks as always for tuning in!

Cheers, y’all!


Links from the show:

Scott Hutchison, Stick Out Your Face Photography

Scott’s Twitter :: Instagram :: Facebook

Google Reader Axed In Spring Cleaning Sweep

Snapseed Desktop App Toast (via PetaPixel)

Lightroom 4.4 Update