Ep. 163: Target Trickery or Just Premature Shenanigans? – and more

Episode 163 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Photographer and digital artist, Erik Johansson

In This Episode

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Photographer and digital artist Erik Johansson opens the show. Thanks Erik!

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Did Target pull a fast one or are people making a big deal about nothing? (#)

Panasonic sets the record straight after article implies it’s dismantling its camera division. (#)

Canon may be improving the 4K video crop factor in its 5D Mark IV. (#)

Is Instagram really shadow banning photographers…and a security update you can implement right now. (#)

An adapter allowing Canon EF lenses to be mounted to the Fujifilm GFX mirrorless medium format body emerges. (#)

Dell introduces an 8K monitor, but does anyone really need one? (#)

A company allows for remote flying of drones, but does this jive with FAA regulations? (#)

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Outtake

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