Pixel Corps TV

Episode Guide

391

December 18th, 2014

Instagram's Instagrowth

Instagram grows larger than Twitter. Adobe drops 800 Million to buy Fotolia. And Flickr takes some heat for profiting on Creative Commons licensed images.
 
390

December 11th, 2014

TWiP's Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday gift ideas for photographers. Plus BitTorrent Sync offers a free solution to backup your photos.
 
389

December 4th, 2014

The Empire Strikes Back…Again!

Sony announces the A7II with 5-axis image stabilization. Adobe reveals more details on a streaming version of Photoshop. And rumor has it, GoPro will start selling drones in 2015.
 
388

November 26th, 2014

Inside the Candid Frame

A special interview with veteran photography podcaster Ibarionex Perello.
 
387

November 19th, 2014

DJI Gets Inspired

DJI ups their drone game with the release of the next generation Inspire 1. Skypixel.com looks to be the 500px of Aerial photos. Plus Kiera Knightly says digital shooters aren't as connected to their subjects as film shooters.
 
386

November 13th, 2014

What's Up With Nikon and Canon?

Are Pros really ditching Nikon and Canon for mirrorless cameras…or is it just hype? Amazon offers unlimited photo storage for Prime members. And Lytro offers access to its Light Field technology for twenty thousand dollars.
 
385

November 6th, 2014

Where the Party At?

A PhotoPlus Expo recap. Mylio offers a new way to organize and access all of your photos. Pixelmator comes to the iPad. And a discussion about Ello and social networking for photographers.
 

This Week in Photography

Join Alex Lindsay, Frederick Van Johnson, and friends each week as they discuss camera technique, technology, and news. From taking photos of the family to testing state-of-the-art equipment, you'll hear and see it all on This Week in Photography.
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December 18th, 2014

Instagram's Instagrowth

Frederick Van Johnson

Instagram grows larger than Twitter. Adobe drops 800 Million to buy Fotolia. And Flickr takes some heat for profiting on Creative Commons licensed images.