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Dec 11, 2017

reCOMPOSE 023: Lenstag and Questions

This episode of the reCOMPOSE podcast is a two for one. First we have an interview with Trevor Sehrer who is the creator of Lenstag. Lenstag is both a platform and an App for keeping track of your camera gear, but it does so much more. Make sure to listen to the interview with Trevor so you can learn why Juan and Andy rely on Lenstag. Also we take some time to answer a bunch of your questions.

Lastly we want to mention that we are taking a little break for the holidays, but never fear we will be back on January 8 with a brand new episode. Until then, Happy Holidays

We don’t always have all the answers, but if we don’t we will research it and try to give you the best answer we can. So what have you got to lose, go ahead and send in your questions to us at contact@recompose.photo.

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3 Comments
  • almost two weeks ago
    Tim
    The problem is that this site does nothing. The one-man-show doesn’t even respond to support tickets for months. Heck, there’s not even a way to mark an item of yours as not stolen if you recover your items. The site purports to search the web looking for images with your gear’s EXIF data, but it does no such thing. It purports to protect your images by searching for unauthorized use of them, but it doesn’t do that, either.

    It’s just a crude database with a poorly-designed interface that collects your camera info. This don’t-quit-your-day-job operation over-promises and under-delivers on the hope that you’ll pay for an annual subscription of snake oil.
  • almost two weeks ago
    Tim
    The problem is that this site does nothing. The one-man-show doesn’t even respond to support tickets for months. Heck, there’s not even a way to mark an item of yours as not stolen if you recover your items. The site purports to search the web looking for images with your gear’s EXIF data, but it does no such thing. It purports to protect your images by searching for unauthorized use of them, but it doesn’t do that, either.

    It’s just a crude database with a poorly-designed interface that collects your camera info. This don’t-quit-your-day-job operation over-promises and under-delivers on the hope that you’ll pay for an annual subscription of snake oil.
  • over four weeks ago
    Andy
    Testing