Digital Photography Cafe – 044: The Talent Agency Scam, Lightroom 4 and The New iPad

 

The talent agency scam, Lightroom 4 and The New iPad – all on this weeks episode of the
Digital Photography Cafe.

Grab a latte, pull up a chair and join Trevor Current and Joseph Cristina as they chat about
the art and business of photography.

Links:

How to Pick an Actor or Modeling Headshot Photographer
Solar Flares
Adobe Lightroom 4
FolioBook – iPad Portfolio App
The New iPad

Connect with the Hosts:

Trevor Current
Website: CurrentPhotographer.com
Twitter: @TrevorCurrent
Facebook: facebook.com/CurrentPhotographer
Google+: GPlusTC.com

Joseph Cristina
Website: alluremm.com
Twitter: @JosephCristina
Facebook: facebook.com/alluremm
Google+: GPlusJC.com

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3 Responses to Digital Photography Cafe – 044: The Talent Agency Scam, Lightroom 4 and The New iPad

  1. Very creative guys! Love the use of the iPads and the newspaper.

  2. terrie says:

    They’ve changed the iPad naming convention to align with their computer naming convention. Why not? Just remember back to the “disappointing iPhone 4S” launch. What was wrong with it? It wasn’t an iPhone 5. The only thing wrong with it was the name. Had they named it the iPhone 5, it would have been heralded as the holy grail. Instead, it was a disappointment.

    I just sold a Macbook Pro 15.5 2.53 Ghz on eBay. Mine was the Oct. 2008. There is also the June 2009… or the April 2010 … or the February 2011 …

    They may change their minds and go back to creating a new name and number for each iteration. But if they just call it the iPad, it keeps the product line simple. (Thanks, Steve.)

  3. Really looking forward to checking out Lightroom 4. Thanks for all the info you all talked about on this episode!