Pixel Corps TV

Episode Guide

374

August 21st, 2014

Breaking All the Rules

Nikon settles a D600 class action law suit. Music artists who don't like having their photographs taken. Plus Manchester United bans iPads and tablets from their stadium.
 
373

August 15th, 2014

Monkey Business

When a monkey takes a photo, who owns it? Adam Carolla won't let a podcast patent troll drop their suit against him. A New Zealand newspaper uses a Facebook photo without permission…and it's the wrong photo!
 
372

August 8th, 2014

A Plethora of Pixels

Flickr announces a new licensing experience. Is Google planning to separate Google+ Photos from its social network site? And Zach Arias takes a real world look at the crop versus full frame sensor debate.
 
371

August 1st, 2014

Reddit Regret

A photographer blogs about the negative side of Reddit fame. Hasselblad breaths new life into its analog V-System cameras going back to 1957. And a high speed camera trigger that can be controlled by your smartphone.
 
370

July 24th, 2014

No Place to Hide

The US Constitution's 4th Amendment does not protect online storage. Canon and Microsoft sign a patent agreement. And smartphone photography has doubled restaurant table time.
 
369

July 17th, 2014

Plagiarism and the Photographer

A Kickstarter project hopes to revitalize the digital photo frame. Photographer Doug Gordon is in hot water for plagiarism again. And a look at images shot from Sony's new curved sensor.
 
368

July 10th, 2014

The Future of Photography

SmartGlass could transform smartphone cameras. Shutter, a new IOS app, offers unlimited cloud storage...for free. And a discussion about the future of photography.
 

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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August 21st, 2014

Breaking All the Rules

Frederick Van Johnson

Nikon settles a D600 class action law suit. Music artists who don't like having their photographs taken. Plus Manchester United bans iPads and tablets from their stadium.