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TWiP – The iPhone 7 arrives and a lot more


Once again it was a pleasure to cohost TWiP this past week with Frederick van Johnson and Andy Biggs.

Apologies that this post is a week late as I am in Iceland with limited internet access.

Click here for the podcast audio and video.

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TWiP 481: Photokina Preview


With the Photokina tradeshow just around the corner, vendors are polishing up their offerings, and teasing us with the next amazing thing that will make us whip out that credit card. DJI has new drones, GoPro also has new drones, and even Garmin is entering the fray with an action camera that takes direct aim at GoPro. There are definitely some interesting announcements ahead and Frederick, Doug and I had a great opportunity to discuss these and more.



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TWiP Episode 398 – Raiders of the Lost Art


In this TWiP episode Renee Robyn, Ibarionex Perello (The Candid Frame) and I join Frederick to tackle the hot question… is photography “art”, and are photographers “artists”?

Your thoughts and comments will be most appreciated.


The audio only version can be subscribed to on iTunes or via an RSS feed.

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TWiP – Your Itinerary – my chat with Host Rob Knight

It was a pleasure to meet Rob Knight at Photo Plus Expo the end of October.  Rob is the host for “Your Itinerary” on the ever expanding TWiP network.  Frederick van Johnson is sure building and building fast.  Thank you Rob for a wonderful discussion and thanks to the TWiP team for adding Your Itinerary to the mix.

Here is the text from the podcast page:

“Your Itinerary this week features my interview with published photographer, educator and workshop leader Shiv Verma. Shiv and I were chatting at the Photo Plus Expo in New York last month, and I thought you would be interested to hear where our conversation took us.

Shiv and I both lead photography workshops, and we both strive to offer something to our clients beyond locations and instruction. Anyone can take people to beautiful places and show them around. Providing a unique experience is what makes the difference between the average photo tour and something wonderful that clients will remember for the rest of their lives.

Shiv and I begin by discussing travel, photography and scouting locations, but we ended up trading tips for creating unique trips and providing great experiences for clients. Whether you’re planning a trip, looking for a photo workshop or planning a workshop yourself, I think you’ll find this week’s episode very interesting.”

Hope you enjoy and appreciate what TWiP is doing for the photographic community.

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