Photo Geek Weekly Episode 159 – 8K Aught to be Enough

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 159 – 8K Aught to b...

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 160 – Top of the Line

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Don and Steve Brazill recorded live! The topics include the new flagship mirrorless camera from Canon, the antithesis of a sharp lens, the new iPhones and how they will impact mobile photography and finally… what if photography was a video ga ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 158 – Counterfeit!

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Jeff Harmon joins the conversation to talk about grey-market and counterfeit gear, a new film stock with ISO 5, how to protect yourself from disaster and a $22,000 judgement against a photographer. All this and more, thanks for listening! Bon ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 157 – A Smartphone with a Lens Cap

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Steve Brazill joins to discuss The Leitz Phone 1 and why the camera isn’t centered, other smartphone options for photographers, Sigma’s new 150-600mm lens, Apple Mac Pro GPU options get elevated and how to annoy a photographer. Plus a bonus c ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 156 – What You Need, and What You Don’t

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Martin Bailey joins the conversation around patents, pro-level resolution, the ethics of licensing photojournalism images and what some might consider a dream job in Iceland for a month. All this and more, thanks for listening! Story 1: Canon ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 155 – Skills for the Future

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Allan Attridge joins the show to discuss how to grow your skills as a photographer, a new backup and digital asset manager from SmugMug, and how we would like a film-to-digital conversion take place. It’s always great to have Allan on the sho ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 154 – All Sizes Rejoice

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Steve Brazill joins to discuss new cameras small and gigantic, how nations should handle truth in imaging on social media, advancements in competition for Photoshop and what exactly a “lightograph” is. All this and more – thanks for listening ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 153 – Making a Classic

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Chris Niccolls joins the conversation to discuss his experience with the Nikon Zfc, the future of Instagram and where photographers should spend their social media time, storage and security issues and the newest product from Lensbaby that mi ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 152 – Locked

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Ant Pruitt joins the conversation to discuss some heavy and light topics, from the way tech and camera companies treated migrant works through the pandemic to zany patents from Samsung. Also, taking apart things to fix them, and why photograp ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 151 – Retro Forward

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Alastair Jolly (Global Brand Manager for SmugMug and Flickr) joins the conversation to geek out about a possible retro-inspired camera from Nikon, how Instagram’s algorithms bring infringed content to your stream, Razer’s new 14″ blade laptop ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 150 – Mad Science

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Steve Brazill joins the conversation for another live episode! We discuss a lot of science topics that truly push our current limits of photography, from a greater understanding of the first colour images through to breaking boundaries in len ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 149 – Recognizable Patterns

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Allan Attridge joins to discuss copyright infringement in video games, the juggernauts from Canon and Nikon, inexpensive (and hopefully good) lenses, as well as the latest and future from Apple. All this and more! And if the audio sounds a li ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 148: Adobe, Please Fix Old Problems

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Don is joined by both Steve Brazill and Jordan Drake to discuss the latest software update (and persistent bugs) from Adobe, new camera and lens announcements from Panasonic, a photograph of cheese that resulted in a 13.5 year jail sentence a ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 147 – Unusual Marketplaces

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Jordan Drake jumps into the copilot seat to discuss the Peak Design Marketplace, the ways you can further utilize IBIS, modular smartphone concepts, cinema lenses and what to do about equipment theft. All this and more in a fun conversation – ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 146 – Know Your Worth

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Steve Brazill joins the conversation once again to discuss Don’s new book and a live unboxing, knowing your worth as a photographer and how some entities may want to take advantage of you, weird cameras, the truth of lies and photography, and ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 145 – Lens Envy

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Martin Bailey joins the conversation to discuss way too many lenses, government censorshipin times of crisis, mistakes we’ve made personally and professionally about photography and a neat little projector. Plus picks of the week as always! A ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 144 – The Good & Bad of Contests

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Frederick Van Johnson joins Don Komarechka to discuss photo contests – the good and the bad, products that function as a solution searching for a problem, Google Earth’s new time-lapse feature and so much more. Thanks for listening! Story 1: ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 143 – Preparing for the Future

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Ibarionex Perello joins the conversation for a talk about photographic professions on the other side of the pandemic, what Canon has up it’s sleeve for the EOS R3, hard drives and back-up strategies, and a 3D lens for wigglegrams that can be ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 142 – Mergers, Mirrorless & Deception

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Chris Marquardt joins the conversation to discuss Getty Images buying Unsplash, the move to mirrorless and the discontinuation of Canon lenses. We also talk about April Fool’s photography joke products, including thew 10 year anniversary of T ...  Show more

Photo Geek Weekly Episode 141 – Wrong Place for Resolution

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Don is joined by Shiv Verma to discuss the curious specifications of the Sigma fp L, the strange fluid optics design of an upcoming smartphone, new lenses coming from major manufacturers and how to simplify a product photo shoot. All this and ...  Show more