This week we chat more about the almost official Canon 7D Mark II, the Official D750 from Nikon along with a pile of new and rumoured lenses, discuss the possible split direction that Nikon and Canon are heading and answer some excellent reader questions- including, can you feed your family as a photographer 🙂
Photo Mish Mash Ep #31 Date: 9/12/14
Your weekly source for any and all things photography
Week in review:
Image Critique – new assignment! http://photorec.tv/2014/09/new-photo-assignment-framing-composition/
Gear – GoPro bag not the GroPro bag and two new lightweight video tripods
70D Saga – 3rd times a charm?
New Photo Asssignment –
iPhone – Iphone 70D? Phase detection on chip
7D MArk II Rumour Roundup
New Lenses 24 EF-S STM, 24-105 STM is real
T6i unlikely now. maybe at Photokina http://www.photoplusexpo.com/ at the end of Oct
D750 from NIkon
20mm f/1.8 from Nikon
New Nikon Flash with LED
Fuji X100T – nice aps-c camera with fixed lens 1299 – pricey! Cool hybrid viewfinder
Real life phostohop eye dropper –
Huge SD card
Better priced SD Card
Direction of Canon and Nikon as companies
51:18 HUH WHAT SEGMENT
I have a question for you as a photographer , someday if God willing that I’m planning to take a Bachelor’s Degree in Photography after I graduate from my Bachelor’s of Arts in Digital Film Making that I’m taking right now , because I’m into photography right now.
A lot of people telling me that there’s no “future” in photography , or I won’t get rich if I become a photographer, It won’t be enough to feed a family (some parents said that to me , which is kinda offending if you’re a photographer)
Unlike taking other courses like Animations , Doctors etc.
I would like to know a photographer’s statement.
Thank you very much.
59:32 Reader Questions:
Flickr Pic(k) of the Week
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