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Ep. 11: Is Adobe’s Apology Enough For You? – and more


Episode 11 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Fashion photographer Lara Jade

In This Episode

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Fashion photographer Lara Jade opens the show.

Adobe apologizes after pushing out a buggy Lightroom 6.2 release. (#)

Has Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza switched to Sony from Canon? (#)

DJI announces the 3-axis Osmo for handheld video stabilization. (#)

500px makes some welcomed changes to its popular website. (#)

A new company announces the Light L16 with 16 cameras in one body. (#)

A woman is arrested for foolishly doing a photoshoot on Washington D.C.’s Metro tracks. (#)

Sony spins off its sensor division amid amazing success in the that business. (#)

CBS Tweets a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist asking to use his photos for free. (#)

Voigtlander unveils three new lenses for Sony E-mount. (#)

Adobe demonstrates Monument Mode during the Adobe Max conference. (#)

A Hungarian photographer causes a stir with a refugee-themed fashion shoot. (#)

The FAA proposes the largest fine against a drone operator in history. (#)

A company teams up with the FAA to help locate drone operators within 5 miles of airports. (#)

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