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Project RAWcast Episode 39: Leave no trace

After spending the week together, Tassiegrammer and Kieran are back in different states and have much to discuss. Especially Tassiegrammer’s recent article on environmental degradation and the role that photographers play in it. Peter Lik gives a big moon to his customers and sparks a digital manipulation debate and Grumpy Cat wins big.

 

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Episode Links

Aperture Australia 2018 Photography Conference

Australian Geographic / Project RAWcast competition

Do photographers have a social responsibility to protect environmentally sensitive locations? – Project RAWcast

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Lake Wanaka Tree, NZ: Tourists are destroying another natural attraction

A Tale of Two Moons: Peter Lik’s Photographs Called Out by Science | Fstoppers

Is social conformity and opinions of your peers impacting on your creativity as a photographer?

Canon Wants to Use Your Fingers as Custom Buttons | Fstoppers

Skypixel.com 2017 Best Drone Images

Grumpy Cat Wins $710,000 in Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

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