Ep. 158: Why It’s Foolish to Shoot on Train Tracks – and more

Episode 158 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Famed photojournalist, Nick Ut

In This Episode

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Famed photojournalist Nick Ut opens the show. Thanks Nick!

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Yet another young person dies while doing a photoshoot on train tracks. (#)

Meyer-Optik announces the 35mm f/2.8 Trioplan 35+ with that unique “soap bubble” bokeh effect. (#)

Fujifilm managers talk about the future of mirrorless and their company. (#)

The “Azure Window” natural landmark is forever destroyed in a storm. (#)

A photojournalist wins in federal court and affirms the press (and public’s) right to photograph and otherwise document the actions of police in the US. (#)

NASA photographs a ravioli in space more than 700 million miles away from a distance of 15,000 miles. (#)

Outtake

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