Pro Camera Reviews returns tonight at 7pm EST. Please Register here.
It’s a new year! And we’re super excited to return with the latest episode of Pro Camera Reviews. Gear Editor Brett Day has recovered from COVID-19, and we’re stoked to interact with you. Tonight’s episode will be about the near future. We’re focusing on what camera manufacturers should deliver and the ways you can be inspired. More details are below!
In this episode:
What We Want to See from Camera Manufacturers in 2021
2021 needs to be a big year for camera manufacturers. Let’s be honest; the last couple of years in the camera market have been rather humdrum. We have been treated to many minor refreshes of older cameras, which haven’t done much to scratch our itch for new tech. We’ve also seen many virtually identical cameras in regards to the sensors being used, and it’s getting old. Honestly, the camera market is getting rather stagnant, and there needs to be a shift. Join us as we talk about new technology and features that we think will drive cameras forward. We’d love to hear what you guys and gals want to see going forward as well.
How to Find Inspiration for Photography Projects in the Pandemic
Like many of you, we feel creatively stunted. So we’ve looked through lots of our backlog of photographers we’ve interviewed. Plus we’ve searched other places for inspiration. After that, it’s just a matter of finding the time and the space to go shoot. We’re going to talk about how we’re shooting in the pandemic.
About Pro Camera Reviews
Pro Camera Reviews happens every Sunday. Sign up to join us! Please Register here.
Pro Camera Reviews is a web show by the Reviews Team of The Phoblographer. Join them as they candidly discuss the products they’re actively reviewing and the gear they’ve just reviewed. Open Q and A from the audience towards the end of the show. Every Sunday at 7pm EST.
If you’re looking for a fun time while staying safe, we strongly recommend that you tune in for Pro Camera Reviews. It’s a weekly show where the staff tackles a couple of issues in the Photo World. They mostly pertain to cameras and lenses, but sometimes things get a bit more serious. This is partly because we still feel that we need to be educators and leaders in this space. Additionally, we also need to be responsible. Episodes are done on Zoom and are recorded. They’re Live Streamed to our Facebook Page, then shared on Flipboard TV and YouTube. We recommend that you subscribe to us on Youtube to keep up.