Photography and image-making technology is reaching out in many new directions at once and at speed. Digital cameras no longer just provide easier ways to make traditional photos. Chris and Ade investigate emerging and future tech that will help us all make new and exciting photographs and images. Cameras, devices, software, hardware - we aim to cover all angles in the pursuit of The Future of Photography.

142 Ten Years From Now: Cameras

05 . 08 . 2020


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There have been a ton of new camera announcements recently - set against the context of a massively failing market place that looks likely to never recover. This seems a little odd. So what happens next? What cameras will we shoot with in 10 years? What brands will make them? How many pieces do they come in? These and other questions are the subject of shameless speculation by the TFOP team this week - it's good fun! Picks of the week: Out of Chicago ($50 code CHRIS), Sony QX10, LUTs, MagMod light modifiers.

141 Hidden Cameras Spying On Me

29 . 07 . 2020


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Uh-oh, hidden cameras spying on us. Or are they? If they are, are we already way past the point of doing anything about it? Next generation phones could have front cameras under the screen, out of sight, out of mind. How do we feel about this? Picks of the week: Security camera using Apple HomeKit, Quote frmo Elliot Erwitt: "Technique won't compensate for an inability to notice.", Heartbeat like a fingerprint, App to find hidden cameras!

140 Influences And Inspirations

22 . 07 . 2020


What drives us to produce photographs - now and in the future? Can you describe the subtle (or not so subtle) difference between influence and inspiration? The TFOP team attempt to - and discuss the future of photography influence along the way. We encounter some classic photographers such as Irving Penn and William Eggleston and blend that with YouTubers like 7th Era and Pierre Lambert. Oh, and a really expensive book too. Picks of the week: Hunger Magazine, Denis Mortell, Worlds in a Small Room by Irving Penn.

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firtz 2.0

Einfach und schnell podcasten mit firtz. Entwickelt von Christian Bednarek um als Podcast Publisher die Welt zu erobern.

Firtz-Designs: QuorX II

Das QuorX-Design wurde von Michael Kaufmann (aka Michael McCouman Jr.) entwickelt.

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