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Hanging Pixels is a podcast for innovative photography professionals, where we discuss trends in the photo industry, focusing on the rapidly evolving world of digital photography. Topics vary greatly, but are almost always related to the business side of professional photography. Areas of concentration include the social, mobile and economic trends.

Hosted by TW Woodward.

 

Nov 16, 2019

Join host TW Woodward and guest Harri Olkinuora from Norway-based software company Netlife Suite as they discuss GDPR-the General Data Protection Regulation and how government legislation threatens the future of the photo industry.  With CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) coming into effect in January 2020, consumer...


Oct 17, 2019

Back from a trip to the heart of Silicon Valley, Gary Pageau (The Dead Pixels Society) joins Hanging Pixels host TW Woodward to discuss the tech trends presented at this year's Visual 1st conference.  From comparisons between DSLRs and smartphones to computational photography and the gig economy, Gary and TW discuss the...


Sep 10, 2019

Copyright law is at the heart of the transaction between a customer and a photographer, protecting the photographer's work from illegal printing and distribution.  But how does this law--written in an era of film and paper printing--protect photographers in a modern, mobile, social and interconnected society?  Join host...


Aug 9, 2019

As society changes and more and more customers move towards an online and mobile image experience, cyber security and data privacy may become the single greatest threat to photography businesses and the industry as a whole.  In this installment of the Hanging Pixels Podcast, guest Mike Watkinson, CTO and security expert...


Aug 1, 2019

Peter Read Miller has been covering the world's sporting events for over 40 years, including 41 Super Bowls, 9 Olympic games and 14 NBA Finals.  His pictures have graced the cover of Sports Illustrated over 100 times.  In this episode of the Hanging Pixels Podcast, Peter discusses how he climbed the professional ladder...