TFTTF is New and Noteworthy

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Tips from the Top Floor is New and Noteworthy

Oh look, Tips from the Top Floor is New and Noteworty! Not sure why, but hey, who am I to complain about visibitlity. And I’m pretty sure it has to do with your support and your reviews and ratings on the iTunes store that made this happen.

Thank you, you’re the best fans anybody could wish for!

PS: should you feel the sudden urge to leave a rating or review for TFTTF on iTunes (*hint hint*) just follow this link.

TFTTF disappeared from the iTunes Store

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TFTTF Community, here’s your chance to help!

Update Feb 07:

Tips from the Top Floor has apparently disappeared from iTunes, which is the most important place to discover this show. I don’t know how this happened.

If you are already subscribed, you should continue to receive new episodes as usual, but for the time being, new listeners will not be able to find the show on iTunes.

Subscribing will still be possible using various other ways, they are listed here.

I am still in Japan, and I used the little wifi I have to try and figure out what happened. As far as I can tell, nothing has changed.

Here’s how you can help: if you have contacts into Apple who might be able to help, or if you have a good idea how to fix this (believe me, I’ve checked everything I can do on the server side and nothing has changed), please let me know or get me in contact with someone at Apple who might be able to help.


tfttf573 – Northern Lighty Things

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Chris has a question about hyperfocal distance and the thirds rule of thumbs, Dave loves analog photography, German asks about lenses and Chad from Australia sends Chris on a virtual research trip because he wants to shoot northern lights.

BREAKING: We will go back to Tibet in 2013 – be part of a life-changing adventure!

BREAKING: PocketChris Incident Light Meter for the iPhone is out now!

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Workshops with Chris Marquardt
Feb 1-7 2015: Aurora Borealis, Iceland
May 2015: India - Darjeeling First Flush
Sep 2015: Ireland - Donegal Dreamscapes
Oct 2015: New York City
2016: Ethiopia - Danakil Desert
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PocketChris Incident Light Meter Is Here

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PocketChris Incident Light MeterPocketChris Incident Light Meter has finally been approved! (insert a little happy dance here)

PocketChris Incident Light Meter allows you to use a cheap 18% grey card and your camera, instead of an expensive hand-held incident meter, to achieve exposure results that come really close.

The principle is actually quite simple, all you have to do is take two measurements off the grey card with your camera and PocketChris Incident Light Meter will tell you what to set your camera to.

You can read more on how it works here. And here’s another post with a bit more detail.

You can now get the iPhone app on the app store for $0.99 (remember, you’ll also need an 18% grey card to make full use of it!)

» download PocketChris Incident Light Meter