Show Notes for Episode #28

No cheeky title today, just a straight up informational one because the podcast was a super long one with all the news, interview time, and listener Q&A so I’ll stick to the meat and potatoes.

  1. On the Photo News Beat
    1. Canon Announces Hybrid IS technology
    2. Stock Exchange joins Getty Images
    3. Think Tank Photo Announces a New Bag System
    4. OnOne Software expecting to release a Remote Capture update soon
  2. LDP/CB Notes
    1. The OnOne Software Plugin Suite Ends Friday – last chance to get your best image in the Numbers Contest
    2. The August Prize is announced:  A Bamboo Fun, courtesy from the folks at Wacom
    3. Exposure Denver Photo Club
  3. Interview With Matt Timmons – MTM Studios
  4. Listener Q&A
    1. The Sony A100 DO Range Optimizer – Bog Segrell from NJ
    2. Martini Memory Lighting Setup? – Alistair M from New Zealand
    3. Where do you get the EOS Digital Capture from Canon? – George Maskaly from Nevada

Here’s links, as promised for the show notes to for those coming over from either PLM or iTunes.  Please let me know if I missed any (it’s getting late here)…

A last little bit of blog news – closing in on 2 yrs, 500 posts, and 1000 feeds – I don’t know how this ever happened, but there’s definitely going to be some prizes coming soon in celebration and to say thanks to all the loyal, faithful readers and listeners!  I teased the date a few days ago on Twitter so if you’re not on Twitter, get there for extra added value too! Happy Shooting All, and we’ll see you back here again tomorrow!

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3 comments for “Show Notes for Episode #28

  1. July 29, 2009 at 8:00 am

    My old site had just passed 1000 posts when the hackers got it. 50+ video podcasts, I can’t even remember how many comments I had. Now with the new site we’re coming up on 400 posts in a year, nearly 2000 comments, and 3 podcasts. The rebuild continues!

    Congrats on the mile markers! Keep up the great work!

  2. Jennifer S
    August 2, 2009 at 8:33 pm

    I really enjoyed the interview with Matt Timmons. I always find it interesting how people get started and subsequently build their business in photography. It would be great to hear another interview where he talks about some of the mistakes he made and what he’s learned from them.

    Keep up the great work, Jason!

  3. August 8, 2009 at 3:58 am

    Didn’t understood the last part :s could you explain better please?

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