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This week is a new Q&A and Photo challenge episode and I invited the founder of CosySpeed and the acclaimed Camslinger camera bag Thomas Ludwig to co-host with me. We talk about a new 'Valerie Jardin' limited edition camera that is released this week in support of Joshua Coombes and #DoSomethingForNothing.
My guest an I also answer questions by Andrew McDonnell and Bob Lester.
Correction: When talking about the steadiest way to shoot handheld with a slow shutter speed I meant after the exhale (not inhale) Sorry I didn't catch myself during the recording :)
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Thomas Ludwig is a street photographer based in Hamburg Germany. He's been shooting street photography since 2008 and made many of his photos in African countries like Togo, Uganda and Burundi. With his background from seven years of studying Buddhism at the Tibetan Center in Hamburg/Germany, he is the author of the free eBook 'Keep the Focus – A Meditation Guide for Street Photographers'. Thomas is the CEO of the camera bag manufacturer Cosyspeed and lives with his family in Germany.
And The Winners Are...
Smile at Grand Central, NYC by Mel Rolleri
Nigel Brunsdon with this photograph of the (now ex) Canadian Minister of Health being comforted after being the target of a protest by groups saying the government isn't doing enough to prevent overdose deaths.
Next Photo Challenge: BOKEH (think Holiday lights!!!)
Capture Bokeh on the streets. Listen to the guideline on the show and enter your best shot before December 28 in the comments below. Good luck!
Time of Time/WENDEZEIT by Herbert Piel