DPE Podcast 3.1.12 – Rick and Juan answer your questions and we also interview Josh Norem from BorrowLenses.com

March 1, 2012


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In this episode of The Digital Photo Experience Podcast Rick and Juan answer your questions and we had a conversation with Josh Norem Director of Marketing at BorrowLenses.com. Josh came out with us to our Bosque del Apache Workshops in late 2011 and we wanted to get his impressions on the workshop and to tell us a little bit about BorrowLenses.com

Both Rick and Juan love getting and answering your questions. No question is too basic or too advanced, so if you have questions you would like answered, please send them on in and we’ll get to it pretty soon. You can send your questions via email to email hidden; JavaScript is required or click on the “Contact us” button on the top of the http://dpexperience.com website.

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The DPE podcast is sponsored by the amazing folks at SmugMug, Drobo and BorrowLenses.

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As you have heard us discuss on the podcast Drobo makes the best storage units to safely and securely store all you digital assets. Both Rick and Juan trust Drobo to store all of their digital images!

We have a new sponsor! BorrowLenses. The folks at BorrowLenses have a HUGE inventory of camera and video equipment for rent; including everything from Canon and Nikon, plus Sony, Olympus, Pentax, Leica, Panasonic. Renting equipment is perfect for trying a piece of equipment before you buy!

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This is Episode number 51 of the Digital Photo Experience Podcast with Rick Sammon & Juan Pons.

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Juan is a wildlife photographer who currently lives in Maine. Juan lives and breathes photography and travels around the country making images, teaching and leading photo workshops. Juan’s favorite destination is Yellowstone in winter.

You can follow Juan on twitter at http://twitter.com/jpons

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4 Responses to “DPE Podcast 3.1.12 – Rick and Juan answer your questions and we also interview Josh Norem from BorrowLenses.com”

  1. Lars Says:

    Hi guys, Sweden calling, fantastic podcast! Always enjoy listening when commuting to office, looking forward to next. I’m on PC and Android and would like to rate the show…. Understand it has to be done only via iTunes. Any way for us non Apple?
    keep up the good work.


    • Juan Pons Says:


      Thanks for the kind words. Unfortunately, the only way we have it set up for feedback is thru iTunes. However you can do that even if you are not using iTunes to listen. So if you have iTunes installed just go to the DPE page and you can do a quick review.

      Thanks again and take care,



  2. Phil Sheridan Says:

    Great feed back on my B&W HDR question. I first started shooting B&W film in the ’70’s and since going digital I’ve been unhappy with digital B&W. I’m definitely enjoying AND picking up some great tips from both of you, on each podcast!
    Keep up the good work, guys.


  3. Vella Conboy Says:

    I WAS a JungleDisk user for a few years — I found their customer service to be sub-par. I consider myself to be more competent than most when it comes to IT and I’ve got to say, I find JungleDisk to be a maze of billing and data. I went with a more simplified solution (one of the popular’ ones) and I’ve been very happy with it. In terms of syncing with JungleDisk, I found it unreliable (critically unreliable) and unusable.


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