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Find Your Calling In Career And Life with Chris Guillebeau

Today on the podcast we’re answering one of the most popular questions I receive: “how do I find my passion”. Yeah, not an easy one. Super tough! And if you’ve struggled with this or are struggling right now, this episode will help you find your way. I…

Brené Brown: Daring Greatly to Unlock Your Creativity

You guys know how much I love Brené. She’s been the show multiple times– in fact, I think she holds the record for most number of times on the show. Her philosophies on fear, vulnerability, and courage are so so powerful and when you realize how …

Stamina, Tenacity and Craft with Eugene Mirman

Eugene Mirman is a stand up comedian, actor, and writer. You’ve heard his voice as “Gene” from Bob’s Burgers, seen his face on Comedy Central, Netflix, and Flight of the Conchords and recently found his podcast on Audible, Hold On. From the outside, Eu…

Make Fear Your Friend (ft. Tim Ferriss, Brené Brown, Daymond John, Mel Robbins, Neil Strauss)

We all have fear. The question is: Is fear holding you back? In today’s show, we’re mixing it up with my friends Tim Ferriss, Brené Brown, Daymond John, Mel Robbins, and Neil Strauss. We take a look back at how they think about and overcome…

Make Fear Your Friend (ft. Tim Ferriss, Brené Brown, Daymond John, Mel Robbins, Neil Strauss)

We all have fear. The question is: Is fear holding you back? In today’s show, we’re mixing it up with my friends Tim Ferriss, Brené Brown, Daymond John, Mel Robbins, and Neil Strauss. We take a look back at how they think about and overcome…

Apple Apologizes for Slowing Down Aging iPhones

Apple has just issued a public apology for slowing down aging iPhones. The company originally admitted to the slowdown last week, sparking outrage and a flurry of lawsuits against the company. Last week, after iPhone users on Reddit shared how their iPhones had miraculously become fast again after receiving a battery replacement, Apple admitted that […]

Shutterstock Bans Unnatural Photos of Apes and Monkeys

Shutterstock has banned all unnatural photos of apes and monkeys. The move by the world’s largest subscription-based stock-photo agency comes in response to an appeal by the animal rights organization PETA. In a letter to Shutterstock, PETA argued that monkeys and apes suffer when used for photo shoots and that photos of them in unnatural […]

Instagram Recommends Photos in Your Feed Now, Users Aren’t Happy

Instagram is now rolling out a new “Recommended Posts” feature widely to its users. It suggests photos and videos for you directly in your feed from people you don’t follow. Instead, the suggested content will be based on what people you follow have liked. TechCrunch reports that the feature is being quietly released after it […]

Tamron Launches VIP Club for Photogs Who Own 4+ Lenses

Tamron has announced a new perk plan for loyal photographed who have purchased four or more Tamron lenses. It’s called the VIP Club, and it’ll be officially launching on February 15th, 2018. To qualify for the club, you’ll need to have purchased and registered at least 4 Tamron lenses through the company’s online warranty registration […]

darktable Brings Its Free, Open Source Lightroom Alternative to Windows

If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to Lightroom for managing and processing your raw photos, there’s some good news: the free and open source software darktable is now finally available for Windows users. darktable was originally released back in 2009 and has been used by photographers running Mac and Linux-based systems. The software contains […]

darktable Brings Its Free, Open Source Lightroom Alternative to Windows

If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to Lightroom for managing and processing your raw photos, there’s some good news: the free and open source software darktable is now finally available for Windows users. darktable was originally released back in 2009 and has been used by photographers running Mac and Linux-based systems. The software contains […]

Homeland Security is Looking to Hire a Photographer for Up to $104K a Year

Miss out on that $100,000 a year job working for the government in the same role Ansel Adams had? Another lucrative US government photography job opening has opened up: the Department of Homeland Security is now looking for a photographer for its Secretary. The job listing was just posted to USAJOBS, the governments official employment […]

Apple Admits It Slows Down Older iPhones: Here’s Why

The iPhone has become the digital camera of choice for hundreds of millions of people around the world these days, but if you’ve used your iPhone for more than a year or two, you may have noticed a slowdown in performance. Apple has just admitted that it intentionally slows down aging iPhones, but there’s a […]

Photo Book Publisher Steidl Ordered to Pay $77,000 for Losing 49 Prints

The well-known German international photo book publisher Steidl has been ordered by a German court to pay a photographer €65,000 ($77,392) for losing 49 of the man’s photographic prints. artnet reports that New York-based photographer Lawrence Schwartzwald had sent a selection of 49 signed prints valued at $1,200 each to Steidl back in September 2014. […]