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Ep. 37: Do You Ask for Forgiveness…or for Permission? – and more

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Episode 37 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Photographer Michael A. Anderson

In This Episode

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Photographer Michael A. Anderson opens the show. Thanks Mike!

A photo project gone wrong sparks controversy and brings up ethical questions. (#)

Samsung’s camera business is noticeably absent from CES 2016 in Las Vegas. Is the end near? (#)

Would you buy a paper camera? (#)

A judge rules that a monkey can’t own the copyright to its famous selfies. (#)

A Leica M to Sony E mount autofocus adapter is in the works. (#)

The New York Public Library puts 187,000+ old, public domain photos online. (#)

Kodak looks to make film happen again with a 8mm film camera with digital tech. (#)

Photographer (and listener) Michael A. Anderson wants to know if it’s best to get the shot then ask for forgiveness, or ask for permission first then shoot.

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