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When social media emerged, many thought it was a fad or simply a communication technology for young people. It’s now clear that social media will continue to make a significant impact on how consumers and organizations communicate and operate. This event will showcase the best examples and case studies from leading organizations including B2C and B2B global 1000 and emerging growth companies as well as non profit, educational, and government entities.
 
Are you ready for a photography podcast which breaks the mold and will not put you to sleep? Are you ready to actually have fun while learning? Are you ready to learn from an award-winning photojournalist with decades of experience you can benefit from? Join thousands of photographers from around the world who enjoy Sharky's weekly podcast where you'll have fun, improve your photography and solve those pesky problems you've been having. Leave voicemails, send in your questions and get answers!
 
Good Morning Camera is a podcast dedicated to the photography and creator spaces, discussing the headlining topics in a refreshing way. The hosts, Gajan and Anthony, are photographers and content producers with years of experience between them, and they'll be dropping a new episode every other week discussing the most popular items in the imaging world. Be sure to subscribe to the show so you never miss an episode. Enjoy!
 
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Fujifilm's tape evangelist, Rich Gadomski, joins us for an interesting discussion on tape and LTO. We talk about the different subtrates that have been used over the years, and how that changed things. We then talk about LTO-9 and what that brings to market. We also talk about how tape has seen a bit of a resurgence in interest in the backup market…
 
Kev is under the weather but the test came back clean so he’s fit to fly on the podcast and Neale has unleashed (can you see what we did there) his own studio dog. We muse over photographers that can’t or won’t embrace innovation, talk cropping, discuss the amount of images returned to clients from an edit, how we send images to clients, whether it…
 
The term "3-2-1 rule" comes up on almost every episode, and we have the guy that coined it with us on the podcast! How exciting! Peter Krogh coined the term fifteen years ago. He is now Chief Product Officer at Tandem Vault, but this week he is talking to us. He first talks about how he coined the term “3-2-1 Rule” while writing the first edition o…
 
This week we pay our respects to a giant of photojournalism, Tom Stoddart who passed away last week. On the show, Kev is off to a wedding with the Archbishop! We talk about firmware and Instax printers, the X-M1 and X-E range, solve some X100F metering issues, dream AGAIN about a monochrome sensor, discuss personal versus work cameras and ask; “Are…
 
Hi everyone, today guest is Yanna who's goes by Acovacadomom. We'll be going over how she got started, contracts, favorite photographer and two to women comfortable during Boudoir sessions. She's an amazing photographer and you guys should definitely check her out. Site: https://avocadomomphotography.mypixieset.com/?fbclid=IwAR1liktQB66o2duXrKrgyZF…
 
Ever had questions about SQL Server, Azure, SQL Server ON Azure, how to backup SQL Server, or how to backup Azure? This is the episode for you. Denny Cherry, a SQL Server and Azure specialist and author of seven books, talks to us about both of these technologies. Before talking about anything important, we tackle the mystery of how you pronounce A…
 
Do they have Polar Bears in Argentina, how much is Kev’s vet’s bill, what is a shutterless camera lifespan, should you have a 'scaffold in pictures' contract clause, can you future proof a photo business for another pandemic and why do people humble brag? We imagine a world without film, talk about travel and backups, dream of a BW sensor and discu…
 
Mark Lantz, Manager CloudFPGA and Tape Technologies for IBM, joins us on this week’s podcast to talk about how he feels that tape still has a future in data storage. We talk about past and future advancements in the substrates tape uses, as well as how tape has not approached the superparamagnetic limit, the way we have with disk. (This is the limi…
 
Neale and Kev ponder whether to believe in Father Christmas over the politicians, we discuss the new lens roadmap and Viltrox lenses, the value of signed photography books, we tip our hats to Salgado’s latest exhibition, discuss the charges made to videographers in UK churches, lightroom rescues, drones and X100 cameras; are they the perfect all ro…
 
Every wondered what you're supposed to do with all your old backups, now that you've moved on to another backup product? Simon Brown from StoneRam believes he has the answer to this problem that has plagued backup customers (and vendors) for ages. He's able to transfer backup data out of common backup formats and into your new product, or restore b…
 
The boys shelve their plans for space exploration but they do get scientific about how they store their precious pictures in the cloud. Also, they share their commercial day rates, muse over retouching demands, an X-H1 filming issue, whether there is a safe lock to protect camera kit, using smart phones for pro photo work and discuss the ‘genre tha…
 
After the recent stories about Veeam customers being directly targeted by the Conti ransomware group, we invited Rick Vanover and Dave Russell from Veeam to discuss the topic on the podcast. The stories in the press seemed to focus on the attack, as well as how ruthless the Conti ransomware gang tends to be. We thought we'd give Veeam a chance to e…
 
Kev decides there’s more money in laundry than photographs, we talk the new 23mm - is it time to swap? We talk about the draw of Fujifilm, ask if IBIS is the X-T4 game changer and discuss best lens combos for talking heads interviews in video mode, plus is mobile tech going to replace the pro photographer’s camera skills? Book of the week is Tanya …
 
This week we are joined by Greg Edwards, CEO and founder of CryptoStopper, to discuss once again the important topic of ransomware. We talk about the challenges typically experienced by ransomware victims, especially exfiltration and potential exposure of sensitive data. The only way to stop that particular attack is stop the data from being exfilt…
 
Kev and Neale are buying a private set of ‘islands’ in the sea with their Euromillions win! This week, mails on the perfect street set up, the differences between DSLR and APSC, deleting your historically less ’skilled’ efforts in Instagram and we’re asked if developing a style can thwart your overall creativity. Projects and the how, what, why of …
 
Fujifilm unveiled their Instax Wide printer and it's awesome! In the excitement, there are some concerns about compatibility. Will it be available to direct printing from older cameras or not... We talk about that... we solve none of that, just wildly speculate. IG: @marcsadowski Tw: @marcsadowski --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easi…
 
This one will get you talking! Jody Bruchon, author of “ZFS won’t save you: fancy filesystem fanatics need to get a clue about bit rot (and RAID-5),”, joins us on the podcast. The blog post went viral, resulting in three times as many words in the comments as the original article had. We start with an explanation of bit rot, why it happens, and why…
 
Kev needs a new photographic keep fit regime that doesn’t hurt his knees, we chat about emotional images and how they affect us as the photographer, what we’d choose given a one camera one lens choice, we talk Zuckergate, secure logins and Twitter sharing. What is the age ceiling of wedding photographers and camera club competition judges, discuss!…
 
"Globally, 70-80% of photography students are women – yet they account for only 13-15% of professional photographers. Data from the US Census Bureau in 2019 shows that 73% of Photographers are 'White (Non-Hispanic),' compared to 62% of the population, while 8% of photographers are Black and 5% are Asian, compared to 12% and 6% of the population res…
 
Inspired by the article "How good is your backup, really?" by Sandra Vogel, we discuss how to evaluate and potentially redesign your backup system. We talk about different kinds of backup systems, and how that impacts how you evaluate them. We also talk about how important it is these days to ensure that your backups are impervious to ransomware. W…
 
Kev needs help with iTunes and large Swedish furniture emporiums, we talk merch, re-sorting a camera time sync issue, setting up a wedding business on two continents, finding your style and we ask; “Is the original X100 still useful today?” We also answer questions on why our passion projects are not our jobs, what camera straps we use, why C1 and …
 
Paris fashion photography behind the scenes with Benjamin Kanarek on three Paris model shoots with Antonia Przedpelski, Aurika Popova, and Tiana Tolstoi. This interview with Benjamin takes you right into the production and photography details of capturing these Numéro Russia and VOGUE shoots. All cameras used were Fujifilm. 📸 More About Benjamin Ka…
 
We talk to Celeste Kinswood from Druva about cyber resilience, and specifically ransomware attacks that have long dwell times – which is most of them. The median dwell time (the time between infection and you finding out you have ransomware) is 23 days, and the average is around 90. It's encrypting files during that entire time, and responding to t…
 
It’s the 200th edition, though the party is being postponed until 2028 when we’re all allowed to meet in a theatre again. Kev finds a unique method for his lateral flow tests before a wedding, we talk more about photographic style and if moving to Fujifilm changes the way you see, plus we ask are Fujifilm pictures ‘muddy’ out of camera? We muse ove…
 
We review and discuss Mark Dargin's Network World article "Credible threat: how to protect networks from ransomware." His article lays out several steps, each of which we discuss and expand upon: train your people, update your servers and apps, antivirus tools on endpointsm backup your data (of course), test your backups, and conduct vulnerability …
 
Shooting a wedding for an established professional wedding photographer. How does that feel? This week we find out from our special guest Anna McCarthy who shot our own Mullins’ big day. We also talk about personal photographic style. Is it real? There’s advice on lens upgrades, Kev and Neale consider truck driving again and we talk about upgrading…
 
Kev and Neale discuss their ‘new' photography company, we talk about ’Tonygate’, ask what might happen if Fujifilm stopped making cameras, we open up the X100V clinic, chat about in camera digital bokeh and try to solve a rapid focusing issue. We also ask how trustworthy second shooters are, what subject matter you would find ultimately hard to pho…
 
We all know how important it is to verify your backups. But many companies simply lack the technical ability or time to do such a thing. Chris Marshall's company, VerifiedBackups.com to the rescue. They have a service that is aimed at companies with under 100 GB of SQL data. and will do an end-to-end verification of your SQL backups, guaranteeing t…
 
Kev is recovering after his marathon of weddings, so it’s a welcome sit down for a coffee and chat about what makes the perfect photo book design. We also talk about swapping our X-Ts and X-Pros for a GFX, the latest Fujifilm Summit, Kev gives dubious flying advice for nervous fliers but sterling advice for a sixteen year looking at a photographic …
 
Brian Greenberg and Cameron Laghaeian argue the point that individually encrypting each entity in a database storing personal information is the only true way to stop ransomware attacks that have exfiltrated data and threaten to release it. While Mr. Backup likes the idea, there was a pretty heated discussion on this episode, because he believes th…
 
Kev’s not convinced he should join Celebrity Love Island, but he has drunk Malmesbury clean dry of booze! This week’s questions include; “Why do on board clarity settings slow my camera down, what wedding traditions are photographically wearing, have you joined Glass yet, will you be turning your LIKES counter off, what’s wrong with the dual should…
 
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