PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR

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845 Half a Terabyte Oct. 19, 2018

Aubrey has a tip regarding Digital Asset Management, Rafael wants to shoot flat architectural drawings and wonders what camera and lens to use and ONE of the cameras that were announced at Photokina peaks Chris' interest: the Zeiss ZX1. Photo by Brittany Gaiser RECEIVE EMAIL FOR NEW EPISODES Links: Zeiss ZX1 SPONSOR: Honeybook, use promo … Continue reading "845 Half a Terabyte" The post 845 Half a Terabyte appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.

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844 Owl Baiting Oct. 11, 2018
Chris received follow-up on the the ethical exif debate, this time about the practice of owl baiting. Joe wonders if he can use his LR hard drive with both a Mac and a PC (the answer is…
Chris has a call for help all the Kiwis out there. Well, several. About rental cars, workshop locations and ground support. Hugh wonders if the very special film that he exposed 20 years ago and…
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841 Mirrorless Full Frame Sept. 23, 2018
Chris revisits the ethical exif discussion by looking at a sea eagle safari. Ryan wonders about lens resolution and Tom has questions about the new full frame mirrorless lens mounts, and about…
840 Socially Acceptable Sept. 13, 2018
Hampus wonders about exposure compensation when using Auto ISO in manual mode. Is there such a thing? Does it make sense? Colin wants to know how local laws have an influence on photo tour…
What does it take to get a good photo at some of Northern Irelands more touristy places? Chris talks about his experience at The Dark Hedges, which is a hotspot for Game of Thrones fans and…
838 Organic Photography Aug. 31, 2018
Shawn wonders if there is a sweet spot for scanning photos (probably not), and Jay is interested if it’s okay to use in-camera filters. Photo by Franck V. RECEIVE EMAIL FOR NEW E…
837 AF or MF? Aug. 24, 2018
Will storing your lenses horizontally or vertically degrade their sharpness over time? And what’s better, autofocus or manual focus? Photo by David Travis RECEIVE EMAIL FOR NEW E…
836 The LCD Mystery Aug. 20, 2018
Hampus wants to know how he can convince his friend to not bake the dates right into his photos and Larry wonders about the mystery of why some LDC screens turn black when you rotate them in front…
835 A Touchy Subject Aug. 10, 2018
Chris discusses ethics in wildlife photography and how there’s now a proposal for Exif data that deals exactly with that: what was the stress level of the animal, how much manipulation was taking p…
It’s time to have a closer look at all your wonderful submissions for the July Slack challenge. Some really amazing photography! And Chris introduces you to the Olympus EE-1 Dot Sight, an i…
833 Blood Moon July 28, 2018
Sometimes nature gives you an amazing combination of three sky phenomema: the century’s longest lunar eclipse, the planet Mars bright in the sky and the ISS zipping by overhead. All at the same t…
832 I Just Don’t Know July 20, 2018
Chris tries (and sort of fails) to answer two questions: one about removing duplicates and one about photo asset management for a school. BREAKING: TWO SPOTS OPENED UP on the September Lofoten…
831 Tattoo Removal July 14, 2018
Chris found a great video with a look behind the scenes of how the Canon Flash system configures and triggers flashes with nothing but light. The code is decoded and if you’re good with e…
Responding to a question from Tom, Chris follows up on the last episode with a deep dive into the clone and healing brush tool. He explains the differences between cloning and healing, talks about…
829 Automated Healing June 29, 2018
Let’s have a quick chat about Fuji’s X-Trans sensor. Chris also looks at an exciting new channel on the TFTTF Slack and answers listener questions. Michael is interested in cataloging smartphone im…
On this clearly non-apple-fanboy-episode ep Chris and Ade take a closer look at what Apple’s iOS 12 photography-related announcements could mean for the future of photography. Photo by M…
827 A Selfish Challenge June 17, 2018
Chris talks about taking pictures out of a flying plexiglass (perspex) window at 150 mph. It’s also the reveal of the latest Slack Challenge. Let’s look at the winner photos (links below). Also som…
Today Chris tries to answer one single question and it has to do with your camera’s in-body image stabilization (IBIS) and the size of your lenses’ image circles. Will the added motion still fit in…