PhotoGeek Week#65

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We are on a mission this week to study ways in which old photographers can reinvent themselves and become less likely to be put on the scrap heap. At least avoid the $2 photoshoot.

Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Stephen, and James Bellew.

What makes a good image for the professional in various areas of the business.

Cameron Stephen of The Plastic lens gets online to talk about his adventures on the road with a bunch of cameras and an iPhone. He impressed with an image of Kantju Gorge Uluru.

He mentions 3G speed using Optus connection and an application called Beatmaker for the iPhone.

3G speeds on the iPhone may be in part due to carrier and signal strength.

Test my iPhone provide a speed test for 3G and EDGE connections online.

James uses Global Media Pro to by cheaper gear online from Hong Kong.

Phils shops at Borges for Pocket Wizards.

The Nikon D90 is finally outed along with the Canon 50D

PhotoGeek Gadgets

Wireless Power supply
NAS with Blu Ray
Dragon Fly camera mont helicopter
Sony digital picture frame
PicWing picture frame
Recyclable digital cameras

Six Ton walking spider

Geek licence plates

Pic Lens becomes Cool Iris

Woopra for live web stats.

My iPhone application pic is Crazy mouth to keep the kids amused.

Opening and closing music by Velvedene. We close this week with “Fear your Gods”
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