Pixel Corps TV

Episode Guide

232

December 17th, 2011

There's a Yak for That

DSLRs banned from a UK tube station because of their resolution? The iPhone invades stock photography. Kodak is in the ER. And rumors of another new memory format…to replace Compact Flash?
 
231

December 9th, 2011

Only 30 Bucks to Touch Their Junk

CNN lays off photojournalists saying free is better. Camera shops begin charging to "touch their junk." A look back at the most memorable images and stories of 2011. Plus an Interview with Paul C. Buff of White Lightening and Alien Bees fame.
 
230

December 2nd, 2011

Flash is Dead. Long Live Flash.

Are liquid lenses the next big thing in photography? Adobe kills off Flash for mobile devices, and revamps its upgrade policy for CS6. Google plus helps find the owner of a camera previously lost at sea. New details on the rumored Nikon D800 and announced SB910 are revealed. And an Interview with Dan Brodnitz of Video2Brain on distance learning for creatives.
 
229

November 23rd, 2011

Photographer Focus

During this Thanksgiving Day holiday in the US we have two insightful photographer interviews with Eric Doggett and Ryan Enn Hughes.
 
228

November 17th, 2011

Google Loves Photographers

The camera manufacturer industry is abuzz with big news from Olympus Canon and Red. GooglePlus rolls out Pages. An interview with Photoshop Guru Jeff Schewe.
 
227

November 13th, 2011

Glamorous

TWiP Special Edition from GlamorCon. Enjoy interviews with 4 talented professionals. Photographers: Mark Daughn. Brent Burzycki. Ariston Collander. Model: Tor Alexander.
 
226

November 5th, 2011

Retro Active

Use your iPhone to scan old family photographs. Nikon eyeing webOS from HP. What's behind the rise in popularity of Retro photography. How important is the printed portfolio.
 
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November 5th, 2011

Retro Active

Frederick Van Johnson

Use your iPhone to scan old family photographs. Nikon eyeing webOS from HP. What's behind the rise in popularity of Retro photography. How important is the printed portfolio.