It’s been over a year since the release of the OM-D E-M1 Mark III. And it doesn't seem like we're going to see anything significant until the end of 2021 from OM Digital Solutions. Panasonic has been quiet on the MFT front as well. Meanwhile, Fujifilm and others have been quite active. Is it time for me to read the writing on the wall, or to stay the course? I discuss on today's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
Quite possibly a barrier to making more visual art is your printer. Do you have an aging behemoth that gives you unpredictable results at best? Has your All-in-One become an All-In-None? Would you like something that's just a bit smarter, smaller, and better looking? Well, then keep listening. Today's TDS Podcast will get you up and running again.
The real point of this show isn�t the particular bag that I use, but the features that it has and how they are useful for the modern Nimble Photographer. My hope is that this discussion will help find a compact carrying solution that you�ll reach for every time you step out the door. All of this and more on today�s TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
The FUJIFILM X-E4 is a camera that I’ve fallen in and out of love a dozen times since I’ve had it. On one hand it’s compact, handsome, and powerful. On the other it lacks image stabilization and the desired number of customizable buttons. So where do I land with the X-E4? I’ll reveal my verdict and more on today’s TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
A reminder for my upcoming SmugMug subscription renewal arrived yesterday saying that I could lock-in the low rate of $85 if I pay for an entire year. Since the pandemic, I haven�t used SmugMug once because I�m not doing client shoots. And it got me thinking about the rest of my annual charges. I think it�s time to take stock of all my photo sharing subscriptions. And that�s the focus of today�s TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
Whether it's a super-compact Sony RX-100, a handsome Canon G5X, or a posh Leica Q2, fixed-lens cameras are more and more part of the conversation among photographers who want to combine imaging power with portability. On today�s show, we�ll examine some of the thinking behind their popularity and my recommendations if you�re in the market for one yourself. I hope you enjoy the show.
Having just completed my fourth online workshop since the pandemic began, I’m starting to get a feel for the strengths and weaknesses of this approach. In today’s TDS Podcast, I share my recent experiences and look forward to the evolution of how photographers will work together in the future. I hope you enjoy the show.
Going back to our roots in nimble photography, the thinking has always been, �travel lightly and take only pictures.� Now, as we begin to think about post-pandemic exploration, the world of electric vehicles has become very interesting. And combining emissions-free travel with nimble photography feels like a match made in heaven. I hope you enjoy the show.
As good as the pictures are from the latest iPhones, you could argue that the video is even more impressive. But those files also have a greater impact on your device than stills. Today we take a look at the marvelous movies we can capture, and how to do so creatively and wisely. I hope you enjoy the show.
Smash and grab is becoming more commonplace, and we can't take anything for granted when it comes to protecting ourselves and our cameras. On today's show I will share a few real life stories to illustrate this point, then review the steps we can take to circumvent criminal acts against us. Thanks for joining me.