Photography Podcast - TWIPWhat is TWIP?Photography Podcast - TWIP by electricjonny
TWIP stands for This Week In Photography. It's a podcast all about photography. From cameras to techniques, tips and tricks, and even photo challenges.
What is a podcast?
A podcast is usually a talk show, but sometimes video, put out by normal everyday people. Think of NPR that anyone can do about anything. The great thing is that since it's put out by people and not greedy studios, you get thousands of different ones about all kinds of topics. Most are just audio of talking heads, but some do skits or preplanned things. Tikibar is a pretty popular one like this.
They are available to download from the internet, usually for free. I haven't seen one that charged, but there may be some like that. Most people get them from iTunes, since iT
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