This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

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Join Frederick Van Johnson, Alex Lindsay and friends each week as they discuss photography, camera technique, technology and news. With in-depth guest interviews and discussion around everything from taking family photos to understanding how state-of-the-art cameras work — you'll hear it all on This Week in Photo.


494: Beautifully Aging Beauty  

Pirelli shows the beauty of age. Are photographers flocking to Microsoft? Phase One releases Capture One Pro 10. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests, Martin Bailey and Jose Rosado.

493: What’s Next for GoPro?  

GoPro lays off 200 employees. Instagram adds live streaming and disappearing photos. 500px wants to be the 'Uber' for photographers. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests, Evgeny Tchebotarev, Chris Berry, and Steve Brazill.

492: Goodbye Casey Neistat  

Vlogger Casey Neistat retires! More drones from DJI. Google wants to turn your phone into a scanner. Plus Apple's latest product requires zero electricity! Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests, Christine Alward and Greg Benz.

491: The Gravity of Karma  

GoPro recalls its Karma drone. Snapchats’s new Spectacle shades. And Microsoft plans to bring 3D to everyone. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests, Tim Engle and Jose Rosado.

490: The Creative's Cloud  

Adobe updates Creative Cloud apps and makes big changes to Adobe Stock service. Photojournalism coverage of Cubs World Series win is lost. Plus insights into the recent Internet disruption. Join Frederick and his guests, Martin Bailey and Craig Colvin.

489: Wanderlust and New Gear  

Microsoft’s Surface Studio PC is a creative dream. Apple updates the MacBook pro with new touch bar. Sweden bans drones in public places. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guest, Federico Chieli.

488: Making Copyright Great Again  

Trump campaign lifts photos from Flickr without permission. Kodak enters the smartphone game. Nikon goes multi-lens. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Varina and Jay Patel.

487: Amputees En Vogue  

Sony’s new 4K Action Cam. Paralympic athletes replaced with able-bodied models in Vogue campaign. Plus a tourist is jailed for flying his drone in Havana. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Christine Alward and Don Komarechka.

486: Google Grabs Them with Pixel  

Sony introduces the a6500 with world’s fastest AF. Google unveils the Pixel phone. And Zoom debuts the Q8 A/V recorder. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Martin Bailey and Mike "Sharky" James.

485: Shoot First? Or Ask First?  

An "ask first" controversy at BDSM Fair. Sony unveils the a99 II. Plus Fujifilm announces a GFX mirrorless camera with 51.4 megapixels. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Sara France and Juan Pons.

484: DJI Strikes Back!  

DJI answers GoPro with Karma. Flickr remains relevant as Yahoo circles the drain. And Panasonic reveals the GH5 that shoots 6K video! Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Cheryl Dorskind and Joseph Linaschke.

483: Top Picks from Photokina  

Frederick Van Johnson, Don Komarechka and newbie Steve Brazil share their favorite picks from Photokina. Plus a look at the Pentax K-1.

482: iPhone 7 Arrives  

Apple announces the iPhone 7. Google Photos for iOS lets you stabilize Live Photos. And Facebook censors the historic “Napalm Girl” photo. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Andy Biggs and Shiv Verma.

481: Photokina Preview  

The Photokino tradeshow features DJI’s and GoPro’s new drones. Plus Garmin enters the fray with an action camera that takes direct aim at GoPro!. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Shiv Verma and Doug Kaye.

480: Did Steve Jobs Change Photography?  

Steve Jobs will be inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame. Smugmug rescues stranded PictureLife customers. And the FAA finally rules that commercial drone use is legal. Join Frederick and his guests Jose Rosado and Bryan Caporicci.

479: Smoke and Mirrors  

Dual Pixel RAW coming to the Canon 5D Mark IV. GoPro releases a 6 camera Omni VR rig. And VSCO opens a free-to-use studio in New York. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Juan Pons and Joseph Linaschke.

478: The Rise and Fall of Brooks Institute  

Frederick and Jeffrey Burke, former Chairman of the Brooks Institute Board, discuss the impact of the school’s closure, the student and faculty’s future, and for-profit education in general.

477: Embrace and Extend  

Instagram Stories imitates Snapchat Stories. A photographer sues Getty Images for $1B after being billed for her own photo. Plus cool new tech that can print holograms with regular InkJet printers. Join Frederick and his guests Sara France and Doug Kaye.

476: Gotta Catch 'Em All!  

Tim Engle chases Pokemons. Nikon unveils the 105mm f1.4E portrait lens. Plus Fuji film announces the Instax Share SP-2 mobile printer. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Tim Engle and Craig Colvin.

475: Did You Yahoo?!  

Verizon buys Yahoo. What does this mean for Yahoo’s Flickr? Canon lenses may soon have digital displays. And a Victoria’s Secret retoucher reveals her techniques. Join Frederick Van Johnson and his guests Giulio Sciorio and Jose Rosado.

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