Pixel Corps TV

Episode Guide

87

April 27th, 2009

Defining Photographic Conception

Canon firms up it's firmware, Digital capture? Let's get real! Or can we? And which comes first: skill or artistry?
 
86

April 21st, 2009

A Pixel-Pusher Intervention

Gigapan, Nikon unveils a hot new camera body, and an in-depth interview with Australian photographer Philip Andrews.
 
85

April 14th, 2009

By Your Command...

Nik software releases new plugins for Phoshop Lightroom, Photofocus, and Twiplog.com - can't we all just get along? And special guest Scott Bourne joins in the discussion.
 
84

April 7th, 2009

Something for Nothing

Getty and Time.com are now giving away images, angry villagers chase Google out of town and celebrity wedding photographer Robert Evans talks about his path to success
 
83

April 1st, 2009

The Looming Convergence

Wacom and Canon introduce exiting new products, more heated discussion around still and video convergence and an in-depth interview with super-shooter Joe McNally
 
82

March 24th, 2009

A Phone Camera?

A sneak peek at Joe McNalley's new book, iPhone 3.0, and a conversation with wedding photographer Gene Higa.
 
81

March 19th, 2009

PMA 2009: Dust-Aid

In this video, Alex checks out the huge range of camera cleaning accessories by Dust-Aid at PMA 2009.
 

This Week in Photography

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

Canon firms up it's firmware, Digital capture? Let's get real! Or can we? And which comes first: skill or artistry?

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云南旅游

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timershot

Submitted by jagou on Thu, 03/19/2009 - 18:29

Timershot is a MS PowerToy application that allows the user to take time lapse photos with a number of options from any camera that can double as a MS compatible webcam.

You have to be tethered to the PC and your camera has to be supported so it's use is limited, for those that can use it it's nice to have.

It's a free download from MS. A Google for "Timershot" will get you a link to the download site.

I find it useful. Hope others do as well.

Full res timelapse in cheap compacts

Submitted by ericstewart on Thu, 02/05/2009 - 17:07

I thought it might be worth pointing out that some Nikon compacts offer full resolution time lapse settings as well as VGA time lapse video. Unfortunately, the shortest interval is 30 seconds. For instance, the Nikon S550 (>$200 CAD – 10mp, 5xzoom, lithium bat.) has a full res time lapse option found in the Continuous shooting sub-menu in stills mode, as well as a VGA time lapse option in the movie mode. Even older models such at the Nikon S1 have both of these modes, and the models that recharge with the camera COME WITH an AC adapter that can be used for very long periods of shooting.
Neat features on otherwise unspectacular cameras.

Time lapse feature

Submitted by jediwingknight on Mon, 02/02/2009 - 07:17

You can get time lapse with about 75% of Canon pocket cameras by using the CHDK firmware. I use it with my Canon A450 (5 megapixel) all the time. The firmware has to be reloaded every time you turn on the camera, but it only takes about 30 seconds. It's great when it has just started snowing to see the snow slowly cover everything. It's also great for sunrises and sunsets. You can check the chdk wiki to see if they have made firmware for your model of canon yet.

I use virtualdub to make avi files out of it and cut out the area that I want. If you drag the first numbered jpg into it, it automatically loads the rest. It also lets you set the framerate for the avi - I find 5 or 10 fps works better than 30 fps for watching the time lapse unfold. Also, when setting up compression, you can give it a really long number of frames between keyframes because most of the image isn't changing.

If you want a 3rd party comments about chdk, there was a post on lifehacker about it. It only affects the ephemeral part of the firmware that goes away when it is turned off.

btw - the ending of the podcast was cut off :(

Jedi Wing Knight

Unbelievable I mean

Submitted by trsohbet on Sat, 11/29/2008 - 01:46

Unbelievable I mean unbelievable. I've read everything in sight, studied manuals and use both Photoshop and Lightroom (albeit not a power user by any means), and never really understood how to use these things. I knew how to expand the graph, etc, but never knew about using the white point and black point sliders to do what you did. I'm 61 now and feel like I was just awakened to a new world. I always used the brightness and contrast sliders and got the results that looked like what you did when you showed what they do. Now I can go back and redo all those really terrible shots I thought were just too bad to save. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. These video tips are the best of any I have ever seen. Right to the point to what someone would actually use them for. Sorry this is so long, I'm just so excited to try this out. Wow Lightroom now has a purpose! Thanks again - and keep the tips coming. BTW - Now I really have a purpose for all the RAW's I shoot (I shoot RAW + JPEG always)
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Another Raw Processor for the Macintosh

Submitted by MarcoB on Fri, 10/17/2008 - 12:48

Hey guys, it is me again.

Gosh I love the Internet, surfing its pages I found another raw processor and it is called Raw Photo Processor or RPP. It comes from an independent developer called Andrey Tverdokhleb and it supports many cameras including Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.

It has all the basic features you need to process you raw files, and better yet, it is a free app. However, I encourage you to donate money to the developer if you like and use RPP to process your files.

Here is the link you need to follow:
http://www.raw-photo-processor.com/RPP/Overview.html

Best regards,

Raw processor for Panasonic Cameras

Submitted by MarcoB on Sat, 10/18/2008 - 00:41

Scott,

I just received my new Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28 and it came with a raw processor software that from where I know also came with your Lumix DMC-LX3. The software is called Silkypix Developer Studio 3.0 and it supports many different cameras and has versions for Mac/Win. Here is the link to their site: http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/english/

For us Lumix onwers, Panasonic send the Silkypix Developer Studio 3.0 SE version, which I don't know what differences it has between the paid version.

I downloaded the latest version for Mac (v3.0.0.11) from their site and it worked fine and supported all the way the raw images from my Lumix DMC-FZ28.

Best regards to all folks at TwiP,

Keep up the great work!

intellectual property law

Submitted by Steven Long on Thu, 08/21/2008 - 13:53

I know you plan on having a couple of experts come onto the show, but I was having a bit of a conniption fit on my drive to work this morning listening to the program.

I'm a lawyer who specialized in intellectual property (I've only been a lawyer for less than a year and haven't tried any cases, but I've studied the field and I'm passionate about the field). The experts will cover things better, but I feel the need to take a stab.

Things of note:

The federal circuit is a circuit court for intellectual property. Many judges outside of the 9th circuit do not want to hear IP cases. The law is often arcane, the facts can be confusing, so many circuits like kicking cases to the federal circuit. It isn't binding upon other circuits, but it is very very persuasive. However, if there was a circuit that would split with it, it'd be the 9th, where the judges hear many IP cases and don't shy away from them.

Regarding 'the case is not on point,' that has to do with the points of law, not the facts. There is a article written by Easterbrook called "The Law of the Horse." The point of it is that for a lawyer to practice law as it pertains to horse they'd be better served studying general contract law, tort law, etc than cases that actually had horses in them.

My point being that a case needn't mention photography for it to be binding on photography.

For instance trespassing laws might be one of the more important things to know as a photographer, but the most important cases will not mention photography.

I hope all that made sense. Love the show, I bought a g9 because of this show.

law

Submitted by ScottBourne on Mon, 08/25/2008 - 18:07

Thanks Steven I am not a lawyer and was not very articulate during the show - but having spent hours discussing this stuff with my attorney, I have strong opinions. Let me try to be a bit more clear.

My point was that often people mistake a decision from the Circuit Courts of Appeal as being binding in ways that it is not. It seems you agree that a panel of Justices in the Ninth Circuit - my example - might hold differently - so my main point was that this case is NOT binding everywhere - merely informative.

Secondly, I was trying to say (and think I did say at one point) that this case has a different fact set than cases such as those involving photographers. While it is true that those advocating for CC as a valid license might cite this case, I believe (as does my attorney) that lawyers for the other side would point out the differences in the fact set.

My point in this regard was that this case is being touted by some as the end of this issue - settling the law here - and nothing could be further from the truth. It's just getting started.

For the record, this case carefully read, does point out that if the a license such as CC is violated, then the remedy lies in the Copyright Act. Which means if you have published your images, but not registered them within the appropriate statutorily required time frame, you won't be entitled to relief.

Meaning that those who rely EXCLUSIVELY on CC may be in for a bitter disappointment when they find out that it isn't what they hoped for in the way of protection.

Thanks for listening and for your comments.

Creative Commons is a Red Herring

Submitted by agitater on Thu, 09/04/2008 - 01:44

Larry Loessig's gleefully populist Creative Commons subset (or superset, depending on your vantage point) of the Gnu Public License (GPL) has done nothing but add to the net profits of lawyers who now have the chance to not only litigate copyright cases, but also first mediate between parties involved in intellectual property disputes covered by an originator through application of a Creative Commons license. So the lawyers get to charge fees to mediate a Creative Commons-based dispute first. Then, when the whole mediative effort falls apart because the fairly worded Creative Commons is a license which relies solely on the co-operation of all parties rather than the force of law, the same lawyers get to re-start the billing process when the lawsuits begin flying in copyright court.

Popular agreements based on the co-operation of two or more parties can be found throughout history to have worked well in small communities as well as within the context of clearly defined and highly limited boundaries related to very specific interests involving relatively few people and clearly esoteric business or social entities. To attempt to extend the concept of Creative Commons beyond the limited confines of private special interests, closed communities or closed industries is pure folly and augurs against every bit of historical evidence which demonstrates time and time again that anything placed within reach of the public domain will be quickly stolen or otherwise misused in less time than it takes to describe the event.

I think the concept of Creative Commons is laudable. Its application is a dead end though. While the current state of copyright law in Canada and the U.S. is woefully inadequate to the needs of almost anyone (amateur and professional alike) publishing digital images, we're stuck with it for now. Instead of putting ourselves in a position to be choked by the cleft stick formed by Creative Commons on one hand and current copyright law on the other, I think our efforts are better spent urging influential individuals (such as Larry Loessig) to lobby the House & Senate in Washington and the Commons & Senate in Ottawa to bring copyright law into the 21st century.

Flickr and other services allow common users to publish full resolution images. In an important sense, such services provide easy access to IP which is attractive to thieves. Expecting common users of such services to educate themselves about copyright law is outrageous. Most common users are not photographers by trade or profession, but rather have day jobs which fully occupy their time and interests for the most part.

I'm not suggesting that Flickr be held responsible for copyright violations - far from it. I'm suggesting merely that limiting images to moderate sizes and resolutions will force determined pros and amateurs to create their own heavily defended online portfolios, and that secure tools to do just that will appear by the boatload if Flickr and other wonderful services impose reasonable limits on common users and pros.

Howard Carson, Managing Editor
kickstartnews.com

newbie

Submitted by barbergraham on Mon, 08/18/2008 - 19:33

I downloaded some of your pods just before going on my two week hols with the family and would just like to say thanks for the brill shows, lots of great info and a few laughs too. I live in the uk and have been a wedding videographer for a number of years and yes as you may have guessed I have had the odd run in with the pics man. Having said that I have worked with some realy great photographers and togeather the weddings have come out as a great reflection on the day. Anyway I have just bought a canon 450d and love it. People keep asking me if I do pics so i took the plunge and turned up at an extreme sports event on the invite from a uk retailor. I posted the pics on facebook for all to see and the retailor have offered me some products for taking the pics of the day. I know this was not a paid job but i got about £180 worth of gear. so thanks for listening i will keep showing my work just as you advised and i will let you know when the big bucks come in, maybe. cheers graham

Useful video - "small tripods"

Submitted by jprovida on Sat, 06/21/2008 - 01:00

Really liked the "small tripods" video. Did not know much about those small bean bags to hold cameras and found this information very useful. Keep the videos coming!

notes?

Submitted by gavinovz on Mon, 06/16/2008 - 00:34

Where are the show notes? I need those show notes!
gavinovz

Brinkmann's Bag

Submitted by tatilk on Wed, 06/04/2008 - 13:30

Just finished listening to the first show this morning. Good pace; you mentioned in the future they'd be longer, IMO 30 minutes to an hour is perfect. Seems like shows that go longer than an hour start to get flabby. oyun

In future shows, dini videolar I'd like to hear more about something you touched on in this show: thinking about what story you're telling as you're taking the pictures. I'd be interested in hearing your opinions in more detail on that (i.e., do you arrive at a location with the story already in mind, or does the location dictate the story; once you know the story, how does that impact the physical shooting - angles, framing, etc.). tatil

I'd also be interested in hearing you & your guests discuss workflow: Lightroom or direct to photoshop?; çocuk oyunları how much does the final media choice (web, print, etc.) impact the workflow? oteller

Great start - you've got me interested in where it goes from here. Thanks. çizgi film izle

Aperture

Submitted by MarkAlbert on Sun, 04/20/2008 - 20:25

I've been using Aperture 1.5 for a few months. 30k images, >100Gstorage. Several problems and I don't know if Aperture 2.0 or Lightroom 2 would solve them (can't upgrade Aperture because it's ACADEMIC version so cost of change not much difference but pain in the neck.)
-Aperture Update Vault Error ( 5x in 4 months and TWICE THIS WEEK) wouldn't backup and had to be removed then new one created
-PSD saved to desktop as a second version after Command-S used, won't go back into Aperture- and is called an "unsupported format" (lab color sharpening perhaps?)
-I can't go directly to Photoshop Raw editor from Aperture. Why should I have to copy files to the desktop to use it? Is there a shortcut?
-Albums posted to .mac aren't easy to keep track of from my dot.mac account. I don't need individual ones, and have a hard time making .mac index page for some reason. (I'm new to dot.mac too.)
-Print to Photo Quality MP610 requires preview and selection each time as it doesn't seem to default as I want to

Are these fatal flaws in Aperture? I love PS CS3 and I'm quite used to the basic editing that Aperture allows. Probably Lightroom would seem similar. thanks
Mark

I knew how to expand the

Submitted by hankjmatt on Sat, 03/21/2009 - 06:51

I knew how to expand the graph, etc, but never knew about using the white point and black point sliders to do what you did. I'm 61 now and feel like I was just awakened to a new world.online game I always used the brightness and contrast sliders and got the results that looked like what you did when you showed what they do. Now I can go back and redo all those really terrible shots I thought were just too bad to save.

Histograms

Submitted by kawika23 on Thu, 04/03/2008 - 20:28

Unbelievable I mean unbelievable. I've read everything in sight, studied manuals and use both Photoshop and Lightroom (albeit not a power user by any means), and never really understood how to use these things. I knew how to expand the graph, etc, but never knew about using the white point and black point sliders to do what you did. I'm 61 now and feel like I was just awakened to a new world. I always used the brightness and contrast sliders and got the results that looked like what you did when you showed what they do. Now I can go back and redo all those really terrible shots I thought were just too bad to save. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. These video tips are the best of any I have ever seen. Right to the point to what someone would actually use them for. Sorry this is so long, I'm just so excited to try this out. Wow Lightroom now has a purpose! Thanks again - and keep the tips coming. BTW - Now I really have a purpose for all the RAW's I shoot (I shoot RAW + JPEG always)

podcast

Submitted by peter harris on Sat, 03/29/2008 - 19:53

you have convinced me I need an ipod touch
I've listened to the last two talks and found them amusing and thought provoking

image stacking...any new technology to do that?

Submitted by bobklips on Wed, 03/12/2008 - 01:29

Hello. Great show. Hearing talk about the Casio camera that does many images in a burst, and is a point and shoot type got me hoping for technology that would enable image stacking. Currently I do macros with image stacking where possible using CombineEZM, but it is tedious with a focussing rail and there are often changes in the scene when pics are taken a few seconds apart. Could some P&S (or DSLR?) manufacturer be encouraged to include tiny-increment "focus bracketing" like they have for exposure and WB bracketing? Is there something like this already?

Image stacking demos at:http://www.pbase.com/trematodon/image_stacking_demos

Bob Klips
Columbus OH

More Info On Our Blog

Submitted by sbourne on Fri, 03/07/2008 - 15:58

If you want more photo-related info; tips, reviews and links to all the things we talk about on TWIP - visit the TwipPhoto blog at http://www.twipphoto.com

Answer

Submitted by Callisto on Fri, 03/07/2008 - 18:19

yes great page, effect audio sfx ect: http://www.audiophile.pl

cool

Submitted by heme11 on Thu, 03/06/2008 - 23:42

great show thanks guys!!

-DR

i smell like a person.

dead link

Submitted by lapthorp on Wed, 03/05/2008 - 18:09

Hey Guys

Love your show. Your link for your show on the left column is not working.

An enhanced version of the show would be great! You could add photos and images of the equipment you're talking about!

Lori Apthorp (LEA)
Stream or Subscribe "For Art's Sake" HD video podcast
apthorp@mac.com
website: http://web.mac.com/apthorp
USA: Los Angeles -8

Notes

Submitted by sbourne on Fri, 02/29/2008 - 16:29

We have show notes plus a bunch of additional information on our blog at twipphoto.com.

Show Notes

Submitted by momboman on Wed, 02/27/2008 - 17:47

Didn't you guys say you were going to do show notes somewhere?

Any information on Canon CHDK

Submitted by Wind Watcher on Mon, 02/25/2008 - 00:52

Hi, I am a new listener to your podcast.

Have you done any shows on the Canon CHDK?

If not can you?

I have been a long time photogragher and I have been experimenting the new features that you can access with the Canon CHDK.

See more info at http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page

I have been experimenting with taking pictures with a camera on a kite with Canon CHDK. Google "CHDK" and "Wind Watcher"

Enjoy

Wind Watcher

New show and where are the Show Notes

Submitted by stephen Freedman on Mon, 02/25/2008 - 00:49

Great new show. I enjoy many of the other cast but I would like Show Notes. show number 7 was great but you mentioned a lighting link

I do like visuals

Submitted by grande latte on Fri, 02/22/2008 - 23:13

Audios tend to put me to sleep, but with photographs and actual videos, it helps retain viewer interest.

Great content by the way!

great show

Submitted by Aang on Wed, 02/20/2008 - 21:07

Keep the short videos coming.

Photo CD Conversion

Submitted by CJC on Wed, 02/20/2008 - 04:51

Alex and Scott,

GREAT podcast!I enjoy hearing you on MacBreak Weekly and now TWIP.
I am trying to convert Kodak Photo CDs to a different format. What program do you suggest? I normally work in a Windows environment, but do have access to Macs. Also, what should I convert them to so I can crop, print etc?
Thanks for your help.

Chris

podcast format: m4a vs. mp3

Submitted by mpsalisbury on Tue, 02/19/2008 - 20:56

Just a little feedback on your choice of audio formats (m4a). I'm currently having to transcode the podcast to mp3 in order for it to play in my car. I suspect I'm not the only one whose player is not m4a-capable. Any chance of either switching to mp3 format or providing a parallel mp3-specific RSS feed for folks like me?

-mike salisbury

(and yes, i know i left this comment on the episode with the attached .mov file. i can play .mov's fine, just not in my car. :) )

Fantastic episode

Submitted by nic.wise on Tue, 02/19/2008 - 08:52

Really really good - my wife watched it (she who controls the 400D), and instantly "got it". Excellent work.

And no, it's a no-go on the 3rd gen ipod nano.... :( No issue for me tho - looks better on the macbook anyway

Episode 5 Follow Up - Low Light

Submitted by Bonesteel on Tue, 02/19/2008 - 01:14

As a long time Macbreak Weekly listener I really enjoy this new show. Although much of the discussion is beyond my level of expertise, I would like it if others would humor me on this question/request.

I felt the discussion was too short on the low light tips, specifically in terms of what options may be ot there for new DSLR purchasers. My current best camera is a Canon S3 IS which I am looking to upgrade given that I am quite unhappy with the low light abilities and the flash.

If I upgrade, which camera or line of cameras provides the best performance in this area? I'm looking at the new Nikon D60 or a comparable Canon, but I'm somewhat clueless as to where to search out the info. I'm leaning towards the Nikon as the smaller size is attractive, but I would enjoy any wisdom those here could offer.

Thanks,

Jon

iPod Touch Issue Also

Submitted by gmkelm on Mon, 02/18/2008 - 17:50

iTunes will also not sync episode 6 to my iPod Touch.

iphone issues

Submitted by raid5 on Mon, 02/18/2008 - 11:14

Yea, the video doesn't seem to want to copy over to my iPhone but it plays fine inside of iTunes. Hope you guys resolve the issue. Keep up the good work!

iPod Touch playability?

Submitted by NLMA on Mon, 02/18/2008 - 09:37

I can't get iTunes to copy this video to my iPod Touch.
It says it can't play this file.

Anyone else having this issue?

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http://www.neatlittlemacapps.com
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Same here :(

Submitted by plebism on Wed, 02/20/2008 - 19:35

Same here :(

where?

Submitted by joanlvh on Sun, 02/17/2008 - 22:20

TWIP is great. Several times you have mentioned you would put thngs on the website, one was examples from lens baby. Where do I find the things you mention? thanks joanlvh

Thanks for the new podcast

Submitted by RajGupta on Sat, 02/16/2008 - 16:16

I'm new on the comment list, but I wanted to say that I'm a long-time podcast listener, especially TWIT and MacBreak Weekly and I used to listen to TWIM; but this podcast is fantastic. You guys really give great ideas to make my photography and computer editing better.

My D300 is on the way and I can't wait to learn it and start using Aperture as well.

Thanks again and I look forward to listening every week!

Raj Gupta

Nikon D300
Nikkor 18-200 VR
Nikkor 50 1.4

The download link is not working

Submitted by slurmomatic on Fri, 02/15/2008 - 09:25

The link in the RSS feed works, but the "Download MP3 File" here on this page does not.

TWIP

Submitted by markonline on Thu, 02/14/2008 - 03:49

I am enjoying your podcast. I purchased a D50 last year and have been slowly learning how to use it. Your podcast while sometimes over my head has been informative and enjoyable. I find myself going back and writing down thoughts and looking up points of interest from your comments. I have listened to other photo podcasts but yours keeps me wanting more. Thanks and keep it up.

Good Show

Submitted by momboman on Wed, 02/13/2008 - 23:27

Like the new show
Please remember that there are pro-sumer and below listeners out there. Just explain the techy parts to us and we'll get it.

I even got the 6 frames over 2 seconds at different stops and then recompiled idea, once it was explained.

Keep the site current as well and thanks again.

Episode 4 Problems

Submitted by sbourne on Wed, 02/13/2008 - 11:26

Sorry for the feed problems folks. Pixelcorps is working on it. In the meantime, it seems to play okay from the Pixelcorps site.

wrong codec?

Submitted by watchtheskies on Tue, 02/12/2008 - 06:42

Hi Scott, the file for this show is showing up as 'mpga' codec rather than mp4a, I can only get it to play in vlc player

it will not play in itunes or on my ipod

the rss feed for itunes is delivering the unplayable file also,

thought you should know

feed not updating

Submitted by kd5dmg on Mon, 02/11/2008 - 17:43

Looks like the RSS feed is not updating.

Glenn

Great Show

Submitted by Peavey on Fri, 02/08/2008 - 15:57

I love the new show guys. Great content, and a perfect length.

TWIP

Submitted by sbourne on Fri, 02/08/2008 - 00:20

Thanks for all the comments. We'll keep them in mind. Also, be sure to visit our blog at www.twipphoto.com.

Scott