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Ep. 69: David DuChemin Five Years After His Accident – and more


Episode 69 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Photographer and LensCoat founder, Scott Elowitz

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Photographer and founder of LensCoat, Scott Elowitz opens the show. Thanks Scott!

I talk to photographer David duChemin about the five years since his famous fall off a wall in Pisa, Italy back in 2011.

Interesting details about Canon’s Q1 2016 earnings. (#)

The Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery devalues a photographers image of Prince by releasing it without her permission. (#)

Leica releases a camera with no LCD screen, no video capability and no Leica red dot logo…and it’s still crazy expensive. (#)

Sony’s earnings report shows extremely strong operating income as its Alpha line continues to sell well. (#)

Getty sues Google alleging it’s Google Images search encourages piracy and harms content producers. (#)

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