Podcast: EP54 – Short Lens Envy

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News
Matt was miserable (surprise, surprise) in the mud.  Ryu can’t say anything.

Assignment Desk
Details. Almost all of the photos submitted for this were terrible. If we ran an agency, you guys will all get fired. If we were running an actual school, you get an F, you get an F, and YOU get an F. And next week’s assignment is…

Masterclass
… wide and close.  Well, you failed last month so please try to make our lives easier by actually doing your assignment. Get your wide lens on and get as close as possible. Close, but don’t let anyone call the police on you. So listen, take notes, and give us some for the next episode.

Pledge QQQs
This month we had 3 questions from our Patreon pledgers; one cursors and focusing, one on cropping and ratios, and one on shooting into the sun. If you are a Patreon pledger, you are entitled to ask one question per episode.  So get asking.

Cross-Counter
A very special Matt Cohen especially special Cross Counter here.

Special thanks to…
Our producer Robb Massar
Icon by Arvin Bautista

Training Ground
Training Ground is now on video. If you’d like to participate (and we think you should), enter your pictures in the Flickr thread and make sure to tag them.

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