Ep. 174: Did the Camera Industry Finally Hit Bottom? – and more

Episode 174 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Portrait, advertising and set photographer, Levy Moroshan

In This Episode

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Portrait, advertising and set photographer, Levy Moroshan opens the show. Thanks Levy!

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Camera industry numbers of Q1 2017 indicated a leveling out and perhaps the bottom has indeed been reached. (#)

Ian Norman cautions against Sony bodies with certain firmware if you’re doing astrophotography. (#)

A new wallet to help you make sure you always have SD cards with you and the importance of a card with your camera’s settings. (#)

Souvid Datta speaks to TIME about his lack of ethics and sullying of documentary photography. (#)

Capture One Pro 10.1 offers additional reasons to make the leap including benefits of particular interest to Fujifilm shooters. (#)

Lomography announces its Neptune system and crushes the Kickstarter campaign for it in days. (#)

Outtakes

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