Ep. 160: Trey Ratcliff on the Big Switch – and more

Episode 160 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Sony Artisan of Imagery, Paul Gero

In This Episode

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Sony Artisan of Imagery, Paul Gero opens the show. Thanks Paul!

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Photographer Trey Ratcliff publicly ditches Apple…and for good reason. (#)

An update in the already sad death of the young woman who did a photoshoot on train tracks. (#)

Pricing and availability of the Sigma 135mm f/1.8 Art. (#)

Google makes great strides in JPG compression and thus, file sizes. (#)

Amazingly, molds for the Holga 120N have been found…and they’re back in production! (#)

A website emerges which lets you compare lenses side-by-side using Flickr photos. (#)

Perhaps the best use of slow motion in quite a while. (#)

GoPro lays off hundreds of workers, but will they even get their mojo back? (#)

Outtake

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