THE FUTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY

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.

131 Almost Niche Editing Tools

20 . 05 . 2020

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Continuing our theme of niche tools, today it is the turn of editing tools. Led by Jeremiah we show a whole lotta love for the little guys. Ok, they're not all little, but they are clever and useful and fun! Mentioned in the show: Topaz A.I. Gigapixel, Vintage Scene, Tonality, Snap heal, DXO suite, Noiseless, Pixelmator, SilverFX pro, Mylio, Cadrage, Snapseed. Picks of the week: Processing,org, Diptic, Image2LUT, Distressed FX.

130 Niche use bespoke design (Pt 2)

13 . 05 . 2020

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Inspired by an article about a niche use case camera kickstarted in 2018, the team have designed their own niche cameras. This week Chris gets to talk about his design which intersting nuances and trade-offs. What did Chris design? What does it mean for the future of camera design? Picks of the week: New Raspberry Pi camera, Lens Flare by BrainFeverMedia, Museum of Jurassic Technology, Apple Pencil (2nd Generation)

129 Eimear's New Camera: iPhone 11 Pro

06 . 05 . 2020

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It's new toy week and a massive upgrade to boot! Eimear has a new camera/phone and gives us the first impressions of what it feels like to have new capabilities and creative options. Picks of the week: Canon software to turn your camera into a webcam for conferencing, Multiple anamorphic lenses for your phone and training to help you get the best out of it.

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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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