Friday News Roundup
I have to think the answer is “Yes.”
I saw Digital Photography World’s article about both Nikon and Panasonic officially announcing they will no longer be developing compact point-and-shoot cameras, and my initial reaction was, “Someone still makes point-and-shoot cameras?” (apparently Canon and Sony do), along with, “Everybody is already carrying a great point-and-shoot camera – one that will do things even the most expensive point and shoots can’t (like make a phone call), and if the rumors are even in the ballpark, in about a week or so, they’re about to get way, way better. Here’s a link to the article – worth a read.
Next week is the Photoshop World 2022 Conference
First, check out the trailer (Below);
It’s not too late to sign up for the greatest Photoshop, Lightroom, and Photography conference on the planet.
Just like always, you can watch any session in any of the tracks, and we archive the entire conference for a full year so you can catch any sessions you missed or re-watch any sessions you want to see again.
Check out this amazing lineup of instructors:
Tickets and more info at photoshopworld.com – go sign up right now, and we’ll see you next week!
A quick look at how the Platypod gear is being used in the field
The folks at Platypod just released this 1-minute video (it’s really well done), which shows all the different ways their stuff is being used in photography and video, and it’s pretty cool (it’s also neat to see how far they’ve come from their founding back in 2014. They’re good people). Give it a quick look (below):
I’ve Got One Spot Left For My Travel Photography Workshop in Tuscany, Italy
Will you be the one to grab that last spot? It’s going to be an incredible learning, laughing, eating Italian food, shooting, post-processing, and speaking in bad Italian accents kinda-workshop with me and the brilliant Mimo Meidany. Fly into Florence and come join us this October. Details and the magic ticket are right here.
Today’s the last day to upload your best image from the Worldwide Photo Walk to the official Photo Competition
How to submit your image into the contest:
- Edit your favorite photo, making sure the final file size is less than 5MB.
- Login to your account at worldwidephotowalk.com.
- Navigate to Your Walk found in the top navigation bar.
- Scroll down and click on the Contest tab found under the map.
- Use the form provided to upload your photo submission.
- While you’re there, visit the Gallery page to view other walkers’ submissions.
Don’t miss out on entering your best image from the Photo Walk. Good luck, everybody! :)
That’s it for this Friday. Hope to see you all next week at the Conference. Have a great weekend, and hope to catch you back here next week. :)