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Ep. 264: The BBC’s Skewed Use – and more

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Episode 264 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Sony Artisan of Imagery, Patrick Murphy-Racey

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Show Opener:
Sony Artisan of Imagery, Patrick Murphy-Racey opens the show. Thanks Patrick!

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Stories:
Did the BBC go too far or are people seeing what they want to see? (#)

Would you pay a magazine to get your photography on the cover? (#)

Is this light modifier smoke and mirrors…or just mirrors? (#)

The FAA weighs in on “doors-off” helicopter flights following crash. (#)

Google may be buying Lytro and it’s light field technology. (#)

A little-known company announces the world’s largest SSD. (#)

A drone pilot in Russia flies his drone to 33,000 feet…and back in 25 minutes . (#)

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

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