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#176 – Tony Curado

Tony’s not afraid of making big moves, like switching from a wedding photographer on the East Coast to a landscape photographer in Colorado! Tony shares his success, failures and plans for tomorrow.

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6-5-2016 11-16-10 PM

#175 – Mitch Russo

Mitch Russo is an accomplished business man and world traveler. He actively blogs about his travels, his photography and more.

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2016-05-26 21.22.09

#174 – Listener Questions

Tim and Mike discuss full frame vs crop sensor cameras, the new Nikon D500 and D750 and the conversion of Mike’s old D2x by Life Pixel to infrared.

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Saleem Abubacker is a Ph.D candidate in the Biomedical Engineering graduate program. Abubacker's research focusses on potential injectable treatments that help the joint stay lubricated, which can slow the progression of osteoarthritis, avoid invasive procedures like joint replacements and reduce the costs associated with treating osteoarthritis.

#173 – Riley Brandt – Darktable

Riley Brandt is a full time photographer for the University of Calgary. Over the years he has transitioned to using Open Source software for most of photography needs. In this episode, Riley discusses an Open Source alternative to Lightroom called Darktable.

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5-16-2016 7-25-02 PM

#172 – Jason Piper – Travel Photography

Jason’s passion is Travel Photography and he has had the opportunity to travel many places around the world. He has returned with many amazing images of places such as Dubai, Hong Kong, Venice and more.

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Crop Sensor (3 of 4)

#171 – Full Frame or Crop Sensor

Tim and Mike discuss full frame vs crop sensor cameras, the new Nikon D500 and D750 and the conversion of Mike’s old D2x by Life Pixek to infrared.

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On this morning I was racing to reach a location in time for sunrise. I was dripping with sweat and my heart rate monitor was screaming at me to slow down. Just a minute before this photo was taken, I glanced over my shoulder at the horizon and realized the sun was rising now. I didn't have time to make it to my location and so needed to get my camera and tripod out immediately. To my left was this field of flowers so I grabbed my gear and dropped at their edge. There was no time to find a coherent composition, I just had to make something work. The light was stunning and I did the best I could with the time I had.

#170 – Erik Stensland

Erik Stensland is an award winning photographer and author. His photography is concentrated in the Rocky Mountain National Park which is literally in his back yard. Erik has managed to blend his love for hiking and photography into a successful business.

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