Ep. 164: Did Kodak Make a Point in a Mean Way? – and more

Episode 164 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Photographer and 2017 Sony Impact Award winner, Jaleel King

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Photographer and 2017 Sony Impact Award winner Jaleel King opens the show. Thanks Jaleel!

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Kodak promotes its Kodak Moments app and printing of photos by freaking people out on the streets of London. (#)

Canon talks of “new lens technology” and taking “a new type of photo”. But what could that be? (#)

Top advertising photographer Blair Bunting on the mental health of creatives and the overwhelming response he’s received. (#)

Adobe teams up with Cornell University to develop technology that applies one photo’s style to another, but why isn’t Lightroom faster yet? (#)

Hasselblad hires a new “Chief of Strategy”, but what direction does the company need to go in? (#)

A report from the UK shows that drone incursions are on the rise and three recent incidents near London’s Heathrow Airport came dangerously close. (#)

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