PhotoGeek Week#90 The Fig Rig?

The guys all had a bit of a lurgey tonight but we got on with it.

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

Cameron uses AudioBoo to record that steam engine in the Dandenongs, Puffing Billy, amongst the background of cockatoo and station announcements.

The Sunday Herald Sun post an image of my good self in a Daring Fireball T-Shirt.

Alan Jones is on Twitter. AJays Webcams.

James launches the new Sound Acoustics web site and we try determine how acoustic treatments may assist the geek audiophile.

The Canon 5D Mk11 shows up in the hands of numerous television camera operators using the Manfrotto Fig Rig.


JVC pop up and announce a 4K and 8K cinema camera.


They also release details of an 8K projector to provide a method of viewing the high res footage.

Twitter reaches mainstream in Australia as its growth chart looks like a moonshot.

Sony develop the worlds smallest HD video camera chip due to be embedded in the next generation of devices.

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Iphone version 3 looks to have higher spec camera.

David Hockney does some odd things with the iPhone.

High Quality sharpening with the High Pass Filter.

German brothels photo essay.

Martian landscape photo essay.

Don’t take photos inside an ATM.

Opening and closing music by Velvedene. We close this week with “Fear your Gods”
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  1. good day chaps…

    It’s springtime in the UK and I have risen from hibernation.
    A lot of UK girls get ” camel toe” so I’m going to
    order a job lot of the bald firkin to try and make a few quid
    selling them on the beach before I get arrested – and maybe I could
    get some celeb backing by selling on to Sir Bob Geldof for his
    daughter peaches to try out seeing she’s into outfits like this…

  2. Wow, what a revealing space suit that is. You could swear you see the american grand canyon in that photo. Let’s just hope that no aliens spot her, and do what they do…, you know…., that whole A- probe thing. : )

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