Podcast #105 – How do new phones and tablets affect the photography business

In this episode Kerry Garrison and Chris Diset talk about using new gadgets such as smart phones and tablets in your photography business. From portfolios, to sunrise/sunset guides, to depth of field calculators and much more. Later in the show the guys talk about the prices differences and value of the Adobe Creative Cloud software subscription model.

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Kerry Garrison lives in Castle Rock, Colorado with his wife and two dogs. With 10 years of experience shooting products and 5 years of experience in the wedding industry, Kerry brings a good deal of technical know-how and can explain topics in easy-to-understand terms.

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2 Responses

  1. Devin says:

    Yes, I listened all the way through. Just in case you wondered. Its great to listen to while I'm editing images.

    Also I don't know if they changed it with CS6 but when I asked Adobe about the "Educational" Editions and commercial work about a year ago they said they changed the rules with CS5 and they no longer care about Educational editions being used for commercial use.

  2. Thanks for the great show, and yes, I listened to the entire podcast with bated breath… or at least with thorough enjoyment, mostly undivided attention, and interest.

    I especially liked the tips on new apps and immediately downloaded Photographer's Ephemeris – love it!

    Interesting discussion on Adobe's monthly subscription plan. And while I have Production Premium and LightRoom, I'm still a bit dubious and suspicious about the new pricing model. Generally, I'm not in a hurry to be an early adopter and hate being on the "BLEEDING EDGE" of the latest and greatest software.

    Thanks again for the excellent show. My only constructive comment would be to improve the quality of the audio, although with great content we can certainly deal with it.

    Happy trails, Michael

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