#248: Albatross Is On The Move

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This week, a discussion around the historic worldwide Women’s March on Washington has us wondering “are we so used to things ‘being Photoshopped’ that we ignore actual photographic evidence?” Also, Jeffery gets a faux secret service detail. Plus, getting “the shot” in three minutes — what do you do if you didn’t get it? Has Fuji gotten the feel right with the new X100F and XT-20? Rusty Fox is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #wornout

Louis Mendes – Wikipedia

Jeffery Saddoris on Instagram: “That day when #LouisMendes took my photo in front of the Capitol. So cool. Thank you sir for your time and your energy. #streetphotography…”

Tony Mobley (@tmo365) • Instagram photos and videos

“Humanist/Activist.” (@ruddyroye) • Instagram photos and videos

Amazon.com : Leica M (Typ 262) Digital Rangefinder Camera (Black Body Only) : Camera & Photo

What it’s like to have under three minutes to photograph president-elect Trump – The Washington Post

Here’s what the 2007 iPhone’s photos look like – CNET – Page 14

Saving you bandwidth on Google+ through machine learning

Overview of the REDCODE File Format

Amazon.com : Fujifilm X100F 24.3 MP APS-C Digital Camera – Silver (X100F – Silver) : Camera & Photo

Amazon.com : Fujifilm X-T20 Mirrorless Digital Camera – Black (X-T20 Body – Black) : Camera & Photo

Lord Snowdon: more than just a flatterer of the fashionable and famous | Art and design | The Guardian

Rusty Fox Photography