Announcing the All Things Photo Podcast

I’m happy to announce that I’ve launched a new podcast titled All Things Photo with Eric Cheng. Between the two of us we have decades of professional photography experience and a unique perspective as industry insiders, Eric with DJI & Lytro and myself with BorrowLenses. Unlike other podcasts this series will also include video vignettes above and beyond our recorded discussions. I welcome you to subscribe on iTunes (listing soon to be available) and subscribe to the All Things Photo YouTube channel. There is a lot still to be done getting the podcast off the ground (including decorating my office), but content begins flowing today.

All Things Photo #1: Lightroom 6.2 Troubles + Light L16 Camera Impressions
Hyped concerns and expectations…

  1. Lightroom releases a buggy update that revamps the beloved Import screen and sparks widespread ire amongst photographers.
    Warranted or overblown?
  2. Light announces the L16 camera promising in camera processing, wifi capabilities, depth of field control and a wide range of optical focal lengths (35-150mm). What we saw at the Light L16 camera launch party in San Francisco.

Additional Content
Essential Resources to Back Out of a Lightroom Upgrade –

Lightroom 6.2 Release Update and Apology – Adobe Lightroom Journal

Previous import experience to be returned – Adobe Lightroom Journal

Adobe Lightroom Import Screens Before and After – Petapixel L16 Camera web site –

Light L16 Camera promotional video – Vimeo

The Light Story (video) – Vimeo

Robert Scoble Interview of Light CEO Dave Grannan (video) – Facebook

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Jim Goldstein is a professional photographer and author, based out of San Francisco, California who specializes in outdoor and nature photography. Passionate about nature and the environment Jim infuses elements of the natural world into his commercial, editorial and fine art work. For more follow Jim on Google+ | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Subscribe