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Ep. 6: The Dark Side of Photography…and When Big Brands Help Themselves to Your Photos – and more

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Episode 6 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Photographer Moose Peterson, Nikon Ambassador

In this episode:

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Nikon Ambassador Moose Peterson opens the show.

We’re proud to announce that we were contacted by Apple and they hand picked our podcast to be featured on the front of the Podcasts section in iTunes. It’s amazing exposure. Thanks Apple!

Allen Murabayashi of Photoshelter has written an article after a NYTimes piece about how big brands are using User Generated Content (UGC) via hashtags to promote their brands mostly without compensation. (#)

Former PetaPixel Editor DL Cade writes about the “Dark Side of Photography”. (#)

Shootout between the Canon 35mm f/1.4L II and the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art. (#)

Los Angeles Angels Director of Photography Matt Brown gives a behind the scenes look at shooing a Major League Baseball game. (#)

Samyang announces the Rokinon 50mm f/1.2 and 21mm f/1.4 lenses for Canon EF-M, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds and Sony E mounts. (#)

RYOT’s Christian Stephen shoots the world’s first VR film shot in a war zone for “Welcome to Aleppo”. (#)

Philadelphia-based Director of Photography Mitch Martinez captures fire breathers with a stunning bullet time video. (#)

A new Facebook patent describes technology useful to photographers as well as to Facebook. (#)

Canon Explorer of Light David Bergman is the master of the Gigapan and produces a crazy large 20,000 megapixel image. (#)

Amazingly, there are more deaths due to selfies than to shark attacks. (#)

The solidLUUV and ultraLUUV Kickstarter campaign looks to be a promising image stabilization product for 2016. (#)

Open-source utility “Airnef” helps you wirelessly transfer photos from your Nikon or Canon to your computer. (full story)

USA Today photographers Robert Hanashiro and Dan McMeden give us a behind the scenes look at shooting TV’s biggest night, the Emmy Awards. (#)

An entertaining video from the 1980s by Toronto Sun photojournalist Hugh Wesley. (#)

Unbelievably strict new drone regulations out of Colombia which few could possibly comply with. (#)

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