Search
RSS & Email Feeds - The Easy Way To Keep Up To Date With The Blog

 

Tech Podcast Network
« NightSearcher HT161 Rechargeable LED Head-Torch Video Review | Main | Benro C1970F Carbon Fibre Camera Tripod Video Review »
Friday
Oct042013

SCL Photography Podcast 225 - The Russian Leica

The Zorki 4k and plenty of other news.

 

Subscribe on Itunes. (Will open Itunes, then you need to click on the "subscribe" button.) (Free)

Subscribe with other Podcatchers. (Google Reader, etc) (For Free)

Download / listen to the mp3. (Right-click then "save target as" / "save link as".) (Did I say it was free?)

Download / listen to the LOW BANDWIDTH (small file-size) mp3. (Right-click then "save target as" / "save link as".) (Again, free!)

 

Please check out TechPodcasts.com.

The Zorki 4K:

Zorki 4 k review on Youtube.

Benro Tripod Review, Extension Tubes Review.

July / August / September Assignment: "Free Lensing"

Our New Oct / Nov Assignment: "Autumn"

Check out Everyday Jones at their website and on Facebook.

If you'd like to contribute a little something to SCL, please Donate!

Come on over and join the Flickr group.

 

Cheers, Rob.

Reader Comments (1)

Hi Rob - I've just recently started listening to the show and really enjoy it. You were mentioning the Scott Kelby books and I followed your tip to get them from my local library. It certainly saves money when you aren't really sure if the book is for you for not. A follow on tip if you borrow the book and then would like to own it is to buy it second-hand - I often do this and AbeBooks is well worth a look - I've got some great bargains from them for example £25 photography books (still advertised on Amazon) for £3 or so, in excellent condition. I've no connection with them by the way, but I've always found they give a good service.

October 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPete

PostPost a New Comment

Enter your information below to add a new comment.

My response is on my own website »
Author Email (optional):
Author URL (optional):
Post:
 
All HTML will be escaped. Hyperlinks will be created for URLs automatically.