044 TFOFP (the second F is Film)

05 . 09 . 2018

Contributors


Ade Stock
Photographer, Podcaster, Entrepreneur
Chris Marquardt
Photographer, Author, Podcaster, Traveler, Educator

Ade Stock

Photographer, Podcaster, Entrepreneur

Chris Marquardt

Photographer, Author, Podcaster, Traveler, Educator

Notes

This week Chris is travelling so Ade has taken over the show and used it to promote The Future of Film Photography (TFOFP). With Sunny16 podcast co-host Graeme and special guest Sandra Coan, Ade discusses the positive impact of using film in a commercial photography business, how to expose and light portraits with film and the role film will play in the future.

043 Cameras and Cars

29 . 08 . 2018

Contributors


Ade Stock
Photographer, Podcaster, Entrepreneur
Chris Marquardt
Photographer, Author, Podcaster, Traveler, Educator

Ade Stock

Photographer, Podcaster, Entrepreneur

Chris Marquardt

Photographer, Author, Podcaster, Traveler, Educator

Notes

The last 10 years have seen a big change in how cameras are being used in cars. From the backup camera when reversing to the dash cam. From cameras as rear view mirrors (Audio E-Tron) to lane assist and obstacle recognition. From 360-degree parking helpers to autonomous logging trucks and obviously in self-driving cars, from Tesla to the more open-source approach of Comma's Openpilot. Also LIDAR is in the process of being turned into a solid-state system and prices are expected to come down.

042 Rights vs lefts, wrongs and respect

22 . 08 . 2018

Contributors


Ade Stock
Photographer, Podcaster, Entrepreneur
Chris Marquardt
Photographer, Author, Podcaster, Traveler, Educator

Ade Stock

Photographer, Podcaster, Entrepreneur

Chris Marquardt

Photographer, Author, Podcaster, Traveler, Educator

Notes

An organisation of street events is asking photographers to gain verbal permission before shooting in a public place. The organisation, The Petapixel article that got us thinking. These are events that are about personal expression of sub-culture but how do we judge or decide between rights of photography in a public place versus respect of individuals? Is this a slippery slope? Is there a difference today from how digital natives will view the rights and risks tomorrow? Are we going to see a change in fundamental rights of photographers? Would that drive a positive or negative scenario? Would technology innovation out pace the revision of law? Will photography become about wearing a nanotech sensor on you jacket? And BTW, weird that this all happened in San Francisco which is one of the most liberal cities going!

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