Ep. 157: RIP Popular Photography Magazine – and more

Episode 157 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: National Park Service photographer Jarob Ortiz

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National Park Service photographer Jarob Ortiz opens the show. Thanks Jarob!

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Popular Photography magazine shutters after 80 years along with its website and that of American Photo. (#)

Sigma’s CEO talks about his company’s plans for full-frame Sony E-mount lenses and seemingly reveals that these may be developed from the ground up. (#)

Photographer Manny Ortiz is named to Sony’s Alpha Imaging Collective. (#)

Broncolor’s free lighting section is a goldmine of learning and so is Strobist.com‘s Lighting 101 & 102 sections. (#)

Flickr seems to have some life in it after all as it adds and interesting machine learning feature. (#)

Lightroom Mobile updates with RAW HDR capabilities and more. (#)

Google Photos adds the ability to white balance your photos already uploaded to its service and becomes more useful. (#)


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