There are all sorts of shenanigans going on in the photo industry these days and we’re gonna cover some of it in this episode. To start, Sharky and I bring up a thoughtful article about whether we, as photographers, are experiencing an over-sharing epidemic. While the title of this PetaPixel article may be a bit melodramatic, there are some reasonable points that author, Caleb Kerr, makes about our tendency to want to capture everything happening at every moment and from every angle. While the crux of Caleb’s article stems from 360-degree cameras, we feel that it can be applied to other forms of image and video capture.
Next, we cover a peculiar story about Canon EMEA using a clearly composited photo with a large component coming from a photo taken by Elia Locardi. There are a lot of moving parts to this one, so definitely give it a listen. Finally, we’ve got another solid entry in our “What’s On Your Gear Shelf?” series. Enjoy!
- Writing for PetaPixel, Brendan Kerr asks whether we’re currently experiencing an over-capturing epidemic [via PetaPixel]
- F-Stoppers broke the story of Canon Italy and Spain using a partially stolen photo on their Instagram Profiles [via F-Stoppers]
- The offending photographer, Greg Paul Miller, composited a portion of Elia Locardi’s photo and shared it on Unsplash. His account has since been deleted but we have a screenshot:
- Canon’s response has been seriously odd and lacking any sort of humility [via PetaPixel]
What’s On Your Gear Shelf?
Brian: WD My Passport Wireless Pro 4TB [via Amazon]
Sharky: Rosco Matte Black Cinefoil [via Amazon]