Featured: Jon Willey, Director of Photography for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins
In this episode:
Jon Willey, Director of Photography for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins opens the show.
Musician Dweezil Zappa defends his seemingly rights-grabbing concert photography contract. (#)
Remember Kodak? In 1956 they had pretty interesting (and perhaps useless) tips for those photographing Disneyland. (#)
An Australian photographer turns to the Internets (yes, the Internets) to locate a bride and groom in his photos. (#)
NASA does quite a bit of manipulation in Photoshop…but for very good reasons. (#)
A UNICEF campaign aims to help end bullying. Is this a photo project you can bring to your community? (#)
A Sony smartphone garners DxOMark’s highest sensor rating for smartphones. (#)
A Russian teens falls 9 stories to his death participating in an extremely dangerous type of photography. (#)
Atlanta gets set to repeal a stupid law which has made it illegal to shoot on public sidewalks since 1977. (#)
Instagram’s C.E.O. finally reveals where the company’s ban on nudity comes from. (#)
A mystery caller leaves us a voicemail with what I think is a photography question…I think.
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