PhotoGeek Episode 100 Live from The Dog Theatre

We are recorded live in front of an audience at The Dog Theatre in Footscray this week in a mess of wires and computers.
All seemed to be going fine but we did hit a few glitches and some portions of the podcast were not recorded. All three systems failed mysteriously at the same time…. Did I just hear someone say UPS?


Video may well be uploaded soon of the event if it looks OK.

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


Applications for the iPhone have been taking our attention the first being Tiltshift generator
Also available but not in Australia for some reason Photoshop for iPhone.
EyeTV for iPhone streams free to air TV from an EyeTV equipped Mac to an iPhone via WIFI.
Digital truth shows film development data and timing.
Zacuto grip for iPhone looks a bit exteme but for a 3Gs would be great.

New Macs and we reckon the i7 27 inch iMac is the best deal of the lot.

Windows 7 and the problems so far mentioned online at Microsoft Answers.

Leo finds a design fault with the MacBook Pro in that the stereo seems to not work as stereo on the inbuilt speakers. Online discussion mentions the problem and shows the hardware issue.

Michael Griffin gets online via Skype to discuss his foray into the world of fine art photography.


USB 3.0 looks to be delayed and Intel may well be more focused on Light Peak.

Northwest 188 Pilots Were Probably Dicking Around On Their Laptops.

Carl Zeiss Lenses for SLR Cameras and an 18mm for the Canon goes missing.

Zacuto DSLR Gunstock Shooter. Would this make you look like you have a part of the Terminator over your shoulder?

HTML 5 video and a great reference document regarding codecs and the next mess.

A new video format from Apple 960X540 H.264.

PhotoGeek Gadgets

Photogeek of the week

Adventures in High Altitude Ballooning.

Balloon in space

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

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