Fotobug - Episode 212 - Palouse workshop with Tim Grey
Jim just returned from Oregon and Washingon while attending the Palouse Workshop with Tim Grey.
In recent news, researchers in Canada have developed a method to restore damaged daguerreotypes. Adobe researchers are developing AI techniqus to determine if images have been altered with Photoshop. Adobe has also announced Project Rush, a cross-device video editing application. The US Supreme course have now opened the doors for states to collect sales tax from Internet companies even if they don't have a physical presence in that state. Be sure to watch the podcast for more details and more news!
Tim Grey has been condcting a photoworkshop in the Palouse region of Washington state for 10 years now. Jim recently attended the workshop and interviewed Tim and shares some of his images and experiences in the area. If you wold like to attend one of Tim's future workshops, go to www.timgreyphoto.com and we also recommend signing up for his free newsletter, Ask Tiim Grey.
Coming up, a review of the Magilight, more great interviews and of course the Black Hills PHoto Shootout is coming up in September, we hope to see you there!
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