Photo Geek Weekly Episode 165 – Built to Order

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Photo Geek Weekly Episode 165 - Built to Order
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On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, Martin Bailey and Don Komarechka jointly host a podcast! Published to both streams, we discuss the change in business strategy for Ricoh / Pentax, weird ways to use film cameras, another discussion of NFTs and why the connection to Facebook is even worse, and what you give away when you enter a photo contest. All this and more – thanks for listening!

Story 1: Questioning the value of ‘mass production and mass sales,’ Ricoh is looking to take a more direct-to-consumer approach in Japan (via DPReview)

Story 2: The DiGi Swap Lets Film Cameras Shoot Directly to an iPhone (via PetaPixel)

Story 3: Meta is working on letting users create, sell NFTs on Facebook and Instagram (via DPReview)

Story 4: Share your best iPhone macro photos for a chance to be featured across Apple’s social media and ad campaigns (via DPReview)
Related: The Shot On iPhone Macro Challenge Official Rules PDF (via Apple)

Picks of the Week:
Don: Halide Mark II iOS App
Martin: FotoMagico 6 slideshow software

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Don Komarechka is the host of Photo Geek Weekly and Inside the Lens. From auroras to pollen, insects to infrared, much of Don’s photographic adventures reveal a deeper understanding of how the universe works. Exploring the world that we cannot see with our own eyes has been a common thread in Don’s career as a professional photographer.

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  1. Hi Don

    I liked to hear the discussion on left eye dominance. That is me all over. I am also left handed by birth. (yes not hatched) LOL I handle my camera as a right handed person. My only inconvenience is I can see what is coming towards me like a right eye shooter. Since I shoot a lot of dirt bike racing I have to be well aware of what is coming towards me. I have a grand kids that are left handed but are right eye dominate. They hold the camera completely different than me.

    The biggest thing about having to produce creating while running on empty is just a disaster. In the long run it makes all your work empty too. Having to create one of a kind jewellery for years and years it just get harder as you decline in ideas. Add to that the lack of quality gem stones the problems become even worse.

    I now shoot what I want and sell it. I am much better selling in person as people get to know me and why my work is collectable. I know you do art shows and I am willing to bet you get high off the shows and the people. On a high that you don’t get from an internet sale.

    I liked this podcast as it spoke to me with the camera talk. Keep it up and have fun in your new home.
    Denis

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