No, you haven't traveled back in time; we recorded this episode the first week in June. Technical difficulties and illness prevented us from getting it posted. We're sorry we dropped out of sight, but we're back now and you're stuck with us.
Camcording stereo vs. surround and photo contestants go for the gold.
There are no conspiracies to make your cameras die young. Plus, the new dSLRs just keep a comin' (a coincidence?) and photos that go "vroom!"
Lori works through her ambivalence about the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1, video for vacationers, in praise of point-and-shoots, and sunrise/sunset without the Fiddler on the Roof.
Nikon D5000 vs. Canon EOS Rebel T1i: which is better? Lori begs you not to ask, but answers anyway. At length. Plus, problems with color management. And some of you have a hot time with toys. Toy photos, that is.
Why higher ISO sensitivity bloats your boat (and all your other photos), attempting to print big on a pittance, and sharing your skewed world views.
Happy one year anniversary to us. Plus, why we're late, seeing the light (whatever the source), and a closer look at macro lenses.
One take on the state of photography education, dissing the idea of lens disassembly, and going mano-a-mano with monochrome.
Mourning missing features, old dSLRs as deals or doorstops, and shining some light on shadow photography.
It's not easy shooting green, whining about Wi-Fi (cameras), and AVCHD editing made uneasy.