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Ep. 206: Did National Geographic Not Go Far Enough? – and more

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Episode 206 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Photographer and educator, Michael the Maven

In This Episode

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Show Opener:
Photographer and educator, Michael the Maven opens the show. Thanks Michael!

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Stories:
National Geographic gets called out for using a composite image and not doing more to make that known. (#)

According to Nikon, they designed the D850,’s BSI sensor and it achieves a signifiant ISO boost. (#)

The Humans of New York (HONY) photo project takes to video storytelling on Facebook Watch. (#)

Rumors of a Canon 85mm f/1.4L IS and 3 new tilt-shift lenses are coming soon. (#)

NASA places a rather large order with Nikon. (#)

A photographer’s dying wish is granted in Singapore. What would you wish for? (#)

Outtake

My other podcast with Brian Matiash, the No Name Photo Show.

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