#200: Learn To Do It Without the Crutch


This week, we’re discussing the good and the bad of habits—making them, breaking them and learning how to recognize when you may need one over the other. Also, a follow up on last week’s audiophile/photography discussion, particularly around street photography. Plus, we geek out a little over an interview with Photoshop Master Bert Monroy in which he talks about his massive 750,000 layer Photoshop illustration of Times Square. Robyn Beeche is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #leisure

Worth the wait? A look inside the Pentax K-1: Digital Photography Review

The Art Of Seeing Details

lynda.com tutorial | Bert Monroy: The Making of Times Square, The Tools—What is Times Square – YouTube

Times Square

The Star Wars Trilogy | Team Negative One completes 35mm Restoration of Star Wars

Mike Verta’s Videos on Vimeo

New Star Wars Original Cut Restored from an Old Print

Haunted Mansion On-ride Nightvision (Complete HD Experience) Magic Kingdom WDW – YouTube

Errol Morris gets to work on movie about Polaroid photographer Elsa Dorfman

JACO: the Film | Jaco Pastorius

Snickers Just Put the Most Epic Photoshop Fail on the Back of SI’s Swimsuit Issue | Adweek

Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends at Amazon

Robyn Beeche | International photographer

Body as Canvas | PDN Photo of the Day

A Life Exposed – YouTube

The Fall (2006 film) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Fall trailer – YouTube

A Life Exposed: Robyn Beeche

Veruschka: Transfigurations on Amazon