Sharing the week’s photo news and answering your questions! Feel free to leave your question as a comment below if you can’t join us Live.

Show Notes:

Question of the week:

LAST WEEK:  for the next year you can ONLY shoot at two focal lengths – what would you choose? Pur Average: 31mm and 181mm
Median: 35mm and 100mm

Focal Length Response
Focal Length Response

Focal Length Data 

Week in review AKA in case you missed it-

NX1 Review- Fantastic Camera, the ecosystem is limiting and the camera is pricey! REVIEW

UPLIFT DESK 900 Review and BTS of workspace

Lightroom 6 was released and we did a complete tour of the new features – HAHAH KIDDING!

Thank you Patreon Supporters http://photorec.tv/support

News:
Canon Celebrates 12th Straight Year of No.1 Share of Global ILC Market

Here ISN’t the 4K Camera we have all been waiting for from Canon

NY Times Article: Kodak’s Future

Police Departments Open Up ‘Safe Lots’ For Craigslist Transactions

The passing of Paul C Buff

CAMERAS Hasselblads IN SPACE

 Amazon’s Unlimited Everything Plan Makes Cloud Storage Super Cheap

Video: 2600 miles of Hiker Selfie

Try out Squarespace – Watch my video on frictionless blogging!

Example of a beautiful Squarespace site: http://www.angiecruzphotography.com/

Discussion:

Shooting Film, Waiting a Year to Develop

How weather sealed is a weather sealed camera?

Reader Questions:

Mary’s Macro Extension Question – how do you calculate 1:1 with lens and extension tube? – Use the calculator at http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/macro-extension-tubes-closeup.htm

Any idea when the replacement for the A6000 is due? Soon!

 

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