Each week host Ibarionex Perello brings in-depth, intimate and thoughtful conversations with photographers on living a photographic life. A welcome alternative to gear talk, the show provides insight and inspiration to anyone who has a passion and love for photography. A must listen.
Rank #1: The Candid Frame #200 - Dan Winters.
After studying photography in Southern California, Dan Winters finished his formal education at the film school of Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany. He began his career in photography as a photo journalist in his home town in Ventura County, California. After winning several regional awards for his work, he moved to New York City, where magazine assignments came rapidly. Known for the broad range of subject matter he is able to interpret, he is widely recognized for his unusual celebrity portraiture, his scientific photography, photo illustrations, drawings and photojournalistic stories. Dan has won over one hundred national and international awards from American Photography, Communications Arts, The Society of Publication Designers, PDN, The Art Director's Club of New York, Life Magazine, and won the world press photo award in the portrait category, among others. He was also awarded the prestigious, Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography. In 2003, he was honored by Kodak as a photo "Icon" in their biographical "Legends" series. He has had four exhibitions of his personal work in galleries In New York and Los Angeles and had a book of his magazine work entitled Dan Winters: Periodical Photographs published in 2009 by Aperture. In addition, he has photos in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian, the Houston Museum of Fine Art, the Harry Ransom Center in Austin and the Wittliff Collection at the Jepson Center for the ARts/Telfair Museum in Savannah, GA.www.danwinters.com www.laurencemillergallery.com/artist_metzker.htm firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #2: TCF Ep. 368 - Benjamin Von Wong.
Motivated by the desire to be creatively challenged and overcome impossibilities, Benjamin Von Wong has become notorious for his epic photography. His hyper-realistic art style captures viewers in a fusion of special effects and innovative concepts. Benjamin's background in engineering gives him a unique edge for creative problem solving, where technical challenges become friendly competition. Fueled by his passion to connect people, Benjamin has an affinity for finding unique talent to bring his complex stories to life. He is also highly engaged in the photographic society by sharing his experiences and techniques through blogs, social media, workshops and videos. Resources: Download the free Candid Frame app for your favorite smart device. Click here to download for . Click here to download Click here to download for Support the work we do at The Candid Frame with contributing to our Patreon effort. You can do this by visiting or visiting the website and clicking on the Patreon button. You can also provide a one-time donation via . You can follow Ibarionex on and .
An on-going exploration of urban photography.
Rank #1: Street Focus 69: Q&A and Street Challenge.
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Rank #2: Street Focus 68: The Social Documentary Network with Glenn Ruga.
Today my guest is Glenn Ruga, the founder of The Social Documentary Network and ZEKE magazine. The post Street Focus 68: The Social Documentary Network with Glenn Ruga appeared first on This Week in Photo.
FujiLove podcast is all about Fujifilm X cameras, photography, passionate photographers and great conversations.
Rank #1: FujiLove Podcast 7 - Valerie Jardin.
FujiLove podcast is all about Fujifilm X cameras, photography, passionate photographers and great conversations. On this episode Tomash is talking to Valérie Jardin, renowned street photographer and official Fujifilm X-Photographer from France. EPISODE LINKS FUJILOVE WEBSITEVALERIE'S WEBSITEVALERIE'S STREET PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST: STREET FOCUS Enjoy! Subscribe to the FUJILOVE PODCAST in iTunes. Send us your comments to email@example.com. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Rank #2: FujiLove Podcast 11 - Jens Krauer.
FujiLove podcast is all about Fujifilm X cameras, photography, passionate photographers and great conversations. On this episode Tomash is talking to Jens Krauer, Official Fujifilm X-Photographer from Switzerland, an excellent street shooter. EPISODE LINKS FUJILOVE WEBSITEJENS' WEBSITE Enjoy! Subscribe to the FUJILOVE PODCAST in iTunes. Send us your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Street Photography inspiration, interviews, training and projects
Rank #1: Lauren Welles discusses street photography in Seville.
Last December I had the pleasure of finally meeting New York photographer Lauren Welles at the Miami Street Photography Festival. I’ve been a big fan of her work ever since we featured her in Street Photography Magazine in our January 2016 issue. It’s one thing to meet someone through our virtual world and it’s another sit down and bread bread with them. This week Lauren stopped by to catch up on what she’s been doing photographically since her feature. And I must say, she’s been very busy. The work she’s been producing shows it (be sure to check out some of her recent photos below). In June she’s holding a pretty cool workshop in Seville Spain during the “El Roció” pilgrimage with photographer Jon Kral. Then later in the year she’s traveling to Sydney, Australia for the Head On Photo Festival. Over the past few years Lauren has been creating a documentary project about Stickball in New York. In the process she has gotten very close to the players, fans and league culture. It shows in her work. Have a look some of her recent photos below. We’ll be inviting more of our past featured photographers to join us on the podcast in future episodes. If you have any favorites you’d like to hear from please drop send me an email at email@example.com with your choice. Some recent work by Lauren Welles “Haircut” Havana, Cuba. 2018 “Fútbol” Havana, Cuba. 2018 Team Sugarhill after winning the 2018-season East Harlem stickball championship. East 109th St., East Harlem, NYC. 2018 Eight-year old, Jacob de Jesus, watches his grandfather, Joe Sr., at bat. East 109th St., East Harlem, NYC. 2018 New York State Assemblyman, Robert Rodriguez, dances with a stickball fan during the E. 117th St. annual stickball block party. East Harlem, NYC. 2017 Aaron Rivera, Bianca Creales and Delia Carrion, try to distract the player who is batting against their fathers’ team, with their trash talk. Stickball Boulevard, Bronx, NY 2017.
Rank #2: Michael Stern and Storytelling in Commercial Photography.
Michael Stern is Los Angeles based commercial photographer who specializes in construction and industrial still photography and timelapse photography. But he’s much more than that. Michael leverages his artistic and technical skills to become a storyteller of his clients’ projects. His motto is: Think like an artist. Shoot like a director. Edit like a storyteller. These words of wisdom can serve all street photographers well as they work. In addition to his work as a commercial photographer Michael is a longtime instructor at the Los Angeles Center for Photography (LACP) where he has taught a basic photography for several years. He’s in good company because other instructors at LACP include Sam Abell, Julia Dean, Ibarionex Perello, Matt Stuart, Joe McNally and too many others to list. Michael’s favorite advice for photographers is to pay attention to what strikes you and stops you cold and to be brutal in editing your work. Links and Resources We Mentioned in the Show Michael’s Website Los Angeles Center for Photography How to Submit Photos to Street Photography Magazine Tips for Creating a Photo Project or Article A Selection of Michaels Recent Work Worker candid portraits of the Crenshaw line in Los Angeles, CA Worker candid portraits of the Crenshaw line in Los Angeles, CA Worker candid portraits of the Crenshaw line in Los Angeles, CA Progress photographs of the Crenshaw line in Los Angeles, CA
Some of the most respected business owners and artists in photography are our guests. We are creating building blocks to help you develop a stronger foundation for your business and marketing skill sets, and sometimes even for your life! Download our newest feature, "PhotoShelter’s Beyond Technique" on the third Wednesday of each month. This new podcast features innovative ideas that will help you build a stronger business. "The Mind Your Own Business" podcast is a collaborative effort between Photofocus and Skip Cohen University. Airing on the second Friday of the month each episode involves a leader in imaging who shares ideas that will help you become a stronger more well-rounded business owner and artist. Our other monthly podcast, The InFocus Interview show never slows down with ideas and guests to help you have your best year yet!Stay tuned to Photofocus.com for help with all your photography questions, inspiration, how-to’s along with lots more great podcasts. Thank you for listening.
Rank #1: Mind Your Own Business Podcast with Peter Hurley | Photofocus Podcast May 10, 2019.
Welcome to Mind Your Own Business! Premier headshot photographer and education Peter Hurley joins us today! We discuss: How Peter got his unconventional start in photography, and how his background gave him a unique edge The importance of having a plan for your gear Trends where photographers seem to be struggling with their portfolio The importance of having good "taste" when building a portfolio How to get great images at conventions like Shutterfest The difference between copying someone's shot at a convention and being able to recreate your own great shot on your own Tips for interacting with your portrait subjects and putting them at ease Advice for photographers who want to break into headshot photography Peter can be found at: PeterHurley.com: Peter's portfolio site HeadshotCrew.com: coaching platform and referral engine for headshot photography HeadshotMania.com: Peter's upcoming headshot event March 19, 2020 Have suggestions on future topics you want us to cover? Email us: Skip Cohen: firstname.lastname@example.org Chamira Young: email@example.com Share This Podcast! Please share this podcast with your friends and subscribe via iTunes.
Rank #2: The InFocus Interview Show with Sue Bryce | Photofocus Podcast August 31, 2018.
In this episode: Photographer and Educator Sue Bryce shares her insight on The Portrait Masters Conference coming up in September. Topics: Why we need a portrait specific conference How to maximize your experience at any conference Why you should build relationships with vendors Why you should network with other photographers Why Portraits is the best business in the world and the best subject Why portraits are important If you like these Infocus Interviews, please support our partners and sharing these links with your friends! ThinkTapLearn.com, Luminar by Skylum Software We like to hear from you! Here's your chance to interact with the team by leaving a follow-up question in the comments section. We do our best to answer all questions in a timely manner. You Can Be the Next Guest Host on Our Podcast Do you have an idea for a topic or want to hear from your favorite photographer or influencer in our industry? Send an email to Vanelli at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line of INFOCUS INTERVIEW IDEA. Write a brief description of your topic or idea. If you are recommending someone, please include their name, contact information and state if you would like to be a guest host.
Every week, Jeffery Saddoris and Bill Wadman take on the art, science, and philosophy of photography and explore how they play out behind the camera in the process of making images. Insider insights for the novice, shop talk for the professional, and opinionated discussion for the interested observer of the field's trends and legacy. Hosted by Bill Wadman & Jeffery Saddoris.
Rank #1: 135: No Touchdowns In Photography.
This week, Inspired by an email exchange Bill and I had with a listener, we ask each other as well as all of you: “What makes a good photographer?” Is it the work? Is it ONLY the work? Or is making interesting (read: good) work merely a byproduct of being an interesting person? Can you even separate the person from the work? Plus, Sohei Nishino is our Photographer of the Week. Links for this episode:Jose Villa | Fine Art Wedding PhotographySally Mann - LandscapesReview: The HBO documentary Banksy Does New York asks, “Who owns art?” · TV Review · The A.V. ClubArtSlant - Do We Need Galleries Anymore? The Utility of Online ExhibitionsThe Gates (installation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaPublic Art Fund : The New York City WaterfallsSwitzerland May Give Every Citizen $2,600 a Month | MotherboardTelectroscope - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaPomplamoose 2014 Tour Profits — MediumPomplamooseMusic - YouTubePhotoshop LAB Color: The Canyon ConundrumABCDuane: A Duane Michals PrimerCustom Photo-Printed Adidas Sneakers Finally Available in U.S. | Popular PhotographyNike PHOTOiD Makes Custom-Colored Sneakers Inspired By Instagram Photos | Popular PhotographyStand Here with Rodney Lough Jr.Stand Here on the App Store on iTunesOn Taking Pictures - Google+ Community - Assignment: #soundSohei NishinoSohei Nishino - Diorama Map New YorkThis week's OTP is sponsored by Squarespace - Get 10% off with offer code 'PICTURES' and by Less Accounting - Accounting Software for Business Owners That Dislike Bookkeeping. Enter the offer code “ONTAKINGPICTURES” to get 82% off the first two months!
Rank #2: 65: Doing Nothing is the Enemy.
This week, we talk reinvention. Sometimes you choose, while other times, the choice is made for you. Do you go willingly, or kicking and screaming? Also, how do you take your work (or yourself) to the next level? Plus, you may not know the name, but you definitely know the photos; Philippe Halsman is our Photographer of the Week. Links for this episode:Impostor syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaMoMA | Walker Evans American PhotographsWhy you shouldn’t care that a Picasso was destroyed - QuartzLight BlasterNeil deGrasse Tyson Says Long-Awaited Cosmos Sequel Tells 'Greatest Story Ever Told' | Underwire | Wired.comPhilippe Halsman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaPhilippe Halsman | PhotographerAmazon: Philippe Halsman "Portraits"Amazon: Philippe Halsman "A Retrospective"Amazon: Philippe Halsman's Jump BookSponsored by Shutterstock Use code PICTURES7 for 30% off.
Photography News, Reviews and Opinion
Rank #1: The Myth of Full-Frame!.
In this interview, I chat with photographer Joe Edelman about the perception that small sensor cameras are somehow inferior to cameras with full-frame sensors.
Rank #2: Unleash Your Inner CREATIVE! With Marc Silber.
Marc Silber joins me to talk about his latest book on creativity called CREATIVE!
PPN - Photo Podcast Network is your source of photography inspiration, education, information, and entertainment.Each month we cover inspiration, technique, mirrorless photography, Q&A, gear, and other photography-related topics - all in one feed.PPN is run by experienced photographers:Marco Larousse (founder, chief editor, producer and show host)Scott Bourne (founder and show host)You can get more information at www.PPN.fmThank you for subscribing and listening! :)
Rank #1: We Shoot Mirrorless #23 | PPN | Fuji X-T30, Canon EOS RP, Sony a6400, Lumix S1, Olympus E-M1X, DJI Osmo Pocket, and more.
This show is loaded with mirrorless news and hands-on experience with some of the new cameras. For this show, Marco has invited back his friend, journalist, and reviewer of cameras and photographic equipment Angela Nicholson. This show is sponsored by: Skylum Luminar3 - The cutting edge photo editor http://bit.ly/PPN-Luminar3 and COSYSPEED - The fastest camera bags in the world. http://bit.ly/Streetomatic Fuji X-T30 - Fuji has introduced the replacement for the X-T20. The new X-T30 gains some features of the top of the line X-T3, like the 26.1 MP BSI sensor, the AF-joystick, and a faster AF. But some features as lacking from the big brother like the second SD-card slot, the high res EVF, and the dedicated ISO dial. Angela has used the camera and shares her experience with it. Fuji X-T30 B&H: https://bhpho.to/2IpXtPa Amazon Germany: https://amzn.to/2NnJPLr Fuji announced the XF 16mm f2.8 lens. This lens is a much smaller and lighter version of the XF 16mm f1.4 lens. Its built quality is similar to the XF23, 35, and 50mm f2 range of lenses and at about 40% of the weight and 40% of the price of the XF 16mm f1.4 this lens may be worth a second look if you like to add a classic 24mm field of view lens to your bag. Fuji XF 16mm f2.8 R WR lens B&H: https://bhpho.to/2IoZb36 Fuji has also announced the GF 100-200mm f5.6 LM OIS WR tele-zoom lens for the Fuji GFX medium format camera. This lens will yield an EFV of 80-160mm in FF terms. Fuji GF 100-200mm f5.6 R LM OIS WR B&H: https://bhpho.to/2IoleXO In April, Fuji will offer a FW update for the X-T3. FW 3.0 will improve the AF speed and face & eye-detection accuracy. A new face-select AF option, when you have multiple faces in the screen, will also be added. Panasonic has released the final specs of the Lumix S1 and S1R full frame cameras. Marco has used a pre-production review unit of the S1R for a couple of days and shares the specs and some info on the usability and purpose of this camera. Panasonic Lumix S1 B&H: https://bhpho.to/2Ip0pLK Panasonic Lumix S1R B&H: https://bhpho.to/2IoT9zJ To go along with the new Lumix S1 cameras, Panasonic has also released three new lenses for the new L-mount. The S PRO 50mm f1.4, the S 24-105mm f4 Macro O.I.S., and the S PRO 70-200 f4 O.I.S. lens. Each lens fills an interesting niche in terms of focal length, weight, features, and price. Panasonic Lumix S PRO 50mm f1.4 lens B&H: https://bhpho.to/2InALHr Panasonic Lumix S 24-105mm f4 Macro O.I.S. lens B&H: https://bhpho.to/2IqOopm Panasonic Lumix S PRO 70-200mm f4 O.I.S. lens B&H: https://bhpho.to/2Ip0FdG Canon has countered the trend of making new mirrorless full frame cameras larger and introduced the compact entry-level EOS RP with a 26 MP sensor. B&H: https://bhpho.to/2Ir5Rho Amazon Germany: https://amzn.to/2Vdcbux And Canon will bring out these 6 new RF-mount lenses in 2019: RF 85mm F1.2 L USM RF 85mm F1.2 L USM DS RF 24-70mm F2.8 L IS USM RF 15-35mm F2.8 L IS USM RF 70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM (super compact!) RF 24-240mm F4-6.3 IS USM Angela shares her hands-on experience with the new Olympus OM-D E-M1X camera and for whom this camera has actually been made. Olympus OM-D E-M1X camera B&H: https://bhpho.to/2CEmWhH Sony has announced the a6400 APS-C that replaces the a6300. The compact 24 MP camera has been pimped with a processor and AF system that Sony claims is the world’s fastest autofocus. And with the speed, they have also added real-time eye AF and real-time tracking. This APS-C camera sounds like the cropped version of an a9, but we are wondering if the rangefinder style shape is really appealing for whom this speedy APS-C camera is targeted at? Sony a6400 camera B&H: https://bhpho.to/2IDRpmr Amazon Germany: https://amzn.to/2SeBF8D Angela has tried and then bought the DJI Osmo Pocket camera with its built-in gimbal and 12MP photo and 4k60p video at 100Mbps feature. DJI Osmo Pocket camera B&H: https://bhpho.to/2IscOi4 Amazon Germany: https://amzn.to/2TZVWR0 Mirrorless question of the month: Hi! I mostly shoot weddings and families with a Nikon D750 and have an X-T10 for fun. I want to switch completely to the Fuji X-T2. There are other mirrorless brands but they just don’t interest me and I don’t want full frame due to the size of the lens. The one thing that is holding me back is the time between shutter actuation on the X-T10. I know Marco uses the X-T2 and was curious if he has noticed it on that camera. The X-T10 has a slight delay between shots and would not work in my professional work. Thanks in advance and I love all of your podcast. Question by: Shaun, Indiana, USA We have a PPN Photo Podcast Network group at Flickr (click link) that is open to our listeners and photos taken with all mirrorless camera brands. If you want to join just let us know through the "request invitation" button on the group and drop us a quick line there. We'll add you to the group then. And please ask for the invite via the web browser and not via the Flickr App. The invite process via the app has not been working reliably. You can also submit an image using the Instagram hashtag #WeShootMirrorless We have picked our monthly featured photographer and image from the submitted photos. Our monthly We Shoot Mirrorless feature photo and photographer of the month is: Amy Hoogerbrugge - Title: The male cat named Moana. See his image at the bottom of this page. Links to Angela Nicholson: Twitter: https://twitter.com/AngeNicholson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/angenicholson/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/angenicholsonmedia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AngeNicholson Links to Camera Jabber: Web: CameraJabber.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/camerajabber Twitter: https://twitter.com/camerajabber Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camerajabber/ Links to SheClicks: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sheclicksnet/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sheclicksnet Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sheclicksnet/ Links to Marco Larousse: Web: www.MarcoLarousse.com Twitter: @HamburgCam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marco.larousse/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarcoLarousse1 Workshops: https://www.marcolarousse.com/street-photography-workshops/ Links to PPN: Web: www.PhotoPodcasts.com or PPN.fm Twitter: @Photopodcasts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/photopodcasts/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWaUn2M1BBoecISFEOJGRCg Please support our show by using our B&H affiliate link (click here) or Amazon Germany link (click here) that will not cost you a penny more than when you are buying at B&H or Amazon without our link. And please share this podcast with your friends and subscribe via iTunes. We would also love to get your feedback. Is there anything that you want us to cover on the show in the future? And we would appreciate if you could take a short moment to rate or post a quick review for our shows on iTunes. For more information on Marco Larousse follow him on Twitter: @HamburgCam About this show: On the monthly #WeShootMirrorless episode of the “PPN - Photo Podcast Network” show, Marco and a guest will discuss news from the mirrorless camera world related to innovations, trends, gear, and accessories. And they will introduce mirrorless camera brands by interviewing the respective managers of those manufacturers. They will also invite pro photographers who make their living working with mirrorless cameras to share some tips and tricks about their workflow.
Rank #2: We Shoot Mirrorless #6 | PPN | September 7th, 2017.
On this episode #6 “We Shoot Mirrorless” podcast episode for September 2017, Scott and Marco discuss these new products and mirrorless topics: This show is sponsored by B&H: bit.ly/bhphotodeals Olympus released the new OM-D E-M10 III with mechanical and digital image stabilization even when shooting 4K video. The new camera also gained more AF points, bigger dials and a beginner friendlier user interface. https://bhpho.to/2wJP5Co Fujifilm released the new X-E3 with a 24 MPix APS-C X-Trans sensor, 4K video, touch LCD and Bluetooth connectivity. But it still does not have a tilt-LCD… https://bhpho.to/2wayq7t Canon upgraded its entry level EOS M10 mirrorless camera with the new Canon EOS M100 model. It gains a 24 MPix APS-C sensor, a Digic 7 processor and 6 fps burst shooting at a very affordable price. https://bhpho.to/2wJEGX9 Ricoh has upgraded its popular and very compact 360° Theta camera with the new Theta V. The new model has a much faster processor to allow for 4K video along with 14MPix stiched still images. And the camera has a cool optional 3D mic (Ricoh TA-1) available for a more realistic 360° audio experience. Theta V 360° 4K camera: https://bhpho.to/2waKLIw Ricoh TA-1 3D Microphone for THETA V 360 camera: https://bhpho.to/2wJJkoh DJI upgraded the Mavic Pro with a new Mavic Pro Platinum model. According to DJI the upgraded drone has an increased flight time of 11% (from 27 to 30 minutes) and is up to 60% quieter in flight than the previous model! https://bhpho.to/2waQP45 Panasonic announced the promised FW 2.0 update for the Lumix GH5 (https://bhpho.to/2wJtfi8) camera and added a few extra features that were not previously announced. THe FW 2.0 should be ready for download by the end of September 2017. Hasselblad released a FW 1.17.2 update for their medium format mirrorless X1D-50c camera (https://bhpho.to/2wb3CDl) that adds the option of electronic shutter that operates between 1/10.000s and 68 minutes. They have also added the option to chose between 3 resizable AF points that allow for a focus point grid of 35 AF points for the largest and 117 AF points for the smallest AF point settings. Mirrorless question of the month: Hi Scott / Marco, absolutely love your show. Here is my question: If I want to get into wildlife photography, which entry-level mirrorless camera would you recommend for someone coming from DSLR? Why I'm asking: it's not clear for me if the Olympus E-M10 II as the E-M1's smaller sibling would be up to the task, although it doesn't have the E-M1 Mk II's phase detection AF. Would something like the Fuji X-T20 (which supports PD AF) be a better option? Looking forward to your recommendation! Cheers, Alex Munich / Germany We have a PPN Photo Podcast Network group at Flickr (click link) that is open to our listeners and photos taken with all mirrorless camera brands. If you want to join just let us know through the "request invitation" button on the group and drop us a quick line there. We'll add you to the group then. And please ask for the invite via the web browser and not via the Flickr App. The invite process via the app has not been working reliably. You can also submit an image using the Instagram hashtag #WeShootMirrorless We have picked our monthly featured photographer and image from our Flickr groups. Our monthly We Shoot Mirrorless feature photo and photographer of the month is: Nicolas Cazard - “Piscina” (click here) See more of Nicolas great work on his website: www.nicolascazard.com Please support our show by using our B&H affiliate link (click here) that will not cost you a penny more than when you are buying at B&H without our link. And the more this link will be used to buy at B&H, the more giveaways we’ll be able to give back to our listeners through B&H. It really is a “win-win” situation :) And please share this podcast with your friends and subscribe via iTunes. We would also love to get your feedback. Is there anything that you want us to cover on the show in the future? And we would appreciate if you could take a short moment to rate or post a quick review about our shows on iTunes. For more information on Scott Bourne follow him on Twitter: @ScottBourne For more information on Marco Larousse follow him on Twitter: @HamburgCam About this show: On the monthly #WeShootMirrorless episode of the “PPN - Photo Podcast Network” show, Scott and Marco will discuss news from the mirrorless camera world related to innovations, trends, gear and accessories. And they will introduce mirrorless camera brands by interviewing the respective managers of those manufacturers. They will also invite pro photographers who make their living working with mirrorless cameras to share some tips and tricks on their workflow.
Random Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography. LensWork editor Brooks Jensen side-steps techno-talk and artspeak to offer a stimulating mix of ideas, experience, and observations from his 40 years as a fine art photographer, writer, and publisher. Topics include a wide range of subjects from finding subject matter to presenting your work and building an audience. Included in this series are the LensWork Podcasts -- typically 10-15 minutes exploring a topic a bit more deeply -- and our almost daily Here's a thought . . . series. Here's a thought . . . is the audio portion from videos with the same title and are snippets, fragments, morsels, and tidbits from Brooks' fertile (and sometimes swiss-cheesy) brain. Usually just a minute or so. Pretty much daily. Always about photography and the art life. Brooks Jensen is the publisher of LensWork, one of the world's most respected and award-winning photography publications, known for its museum-book quality printing and luxurious design. LensWork has subscribers in over 73 countries. His latest books are "Seeing in SIXES (2016), The Best of the LensWork Interviews (2016), Photography, Art, and Media (2016), Seeing in SIXES (2017), Seeing in SIXES (2018), and Seeing in SIXES (2019).
Rank #1: LW1176 - Digital Myths.
Just because everyone says it and it's deeply rooted in conventional wisdom, that doesn't make it true. As a pragmatist, I'm amazed how many myths about digital photography simply don't describe what I experience as a pragmatic image maker. You might be interested in . . . "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're interested in photography and the creative life, you need to know about the incredible resources you can access as a member of LensWork Online. LensWork Online includes hundreds of hours of audio, video, and downloadable content - literally terabytes of content, content, and more content. All 1200+ of Brooks Jensen's podcasts, the complete Here's a Thought... video library, Looking at Images commentaries, Creative Labs and new channels for 2020 including Finding the Picture and Those Who Inspire Me and Why. We add new content literally every day. You can learn more about memberships to LensWork Online at www.lenswork.com. And don't forget that all members can download the digital versions of LensWork for your tablet or computer. The most content-rich resource for ideas and inspiration you'll find anywhere on the Internet.
Rank #2: LW1175 - Fundamental Decisions.
Before I left for Asia this year, I went back and did a deep review of my images from 2009 - in particular, those images that had a technological failure. From this review, I developed a strategy that I'm delighted to report worked perfectly during this year's trip. You might be interested in . . . Announcing the 2020 LensWork Community Book Project! In 2020, we are shifting gears from six-image projects to outstanding single images. Our 2020 book project is for those of you who prefer to create a stand-alone, outstanding image. The 2020 book will revolve around a theme, and will be titled Our Magnificent Planet. Obviously, the emphasis will be on landscape images, but there will be a number of categories represented: The grand landscape Our flowering world (plants, blossoms) Trees Water (ponds, creeks, rivers, oceans) Humans in the environment Mountains and snow Dunes Intimate landscape Boats and the water's edge Now accepting entries! Deadline for entries is May 31, 2020 Everyone who enters will receive a book (One copy per entrant.) whether or not your image(s) is selected for publication. Our Magnificent Planet entry form and instructions
Where photography meets technology. Weekly podcasts, photo tips, equipment reviews, and more. Author and pro photographer Derrick Story shares his insights, experiences, and opinions.
Rank #1: "Which Photo Software Should You Use?" - TDS Photo Podcast.
This is The Digital Story Podcast #713, Nov. 12, 2019. Today's theme is "Which Photo Software Should You Use?" I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue For many photographers, the quest for the right photo management software continues. You would think, now that we're two decades into the digital age, that the dust would have settle. But if anything, the landscape is more cloudy than ever. On today's podcast I share insights from our photography community on what they're using and why. I hope you enjoy the show. Digital Photography Podcast 713 Which Photo Software Should You Use? As part of my job, I have to be somewhat software agnostic. That doesn't mean that I don't have my favorites. But I try to discuss as many viable applications as possible. Because, quite honestly, one of them might be best for you. For a while there, it looked like things had settled in to Lightroom, Aperture, and iPhoto. But then Apple turned over the cart, and we seemed to be right back where we started. This did, however, open the door for new software to make the scene that might have otherwise received no attention. And now we have many choices. I polled our Inner Circle members, they shared what apps they're using now. Here's the list in defending order. Photos for macOS - 30 votes Adobe Lightroom Desktop Version - 26 votes Other - 20 votes Adobe Lightroom, Creative Cloud Version - 19 votes Adobe Photoshop, with or without Bridge - 15 votes Capture One Pro - 15 votes OnOne Suite - 9 votes DxO PhotoLab - 6 votes Exposure X5 - 1 vote I think Charles sums up the position of many photographers these days: "I primarily us Lightroom Classic to manage and edit my images. I use Photoshop if and when the image requires PS's advanced editing capabilities. Apple's Photos app is used primarily to share images with my Apple centric family. While Lightroom (formerly Lightroom CC) gets used mostly so I can check what's going on in the Creative Cloud. I also use Lightroom Mobile, Luminar and Aurora HDR. Since I've been a Lightroom user since its first beta, I don't think I'll ever change as long as Adobe keeps up its current rate of advancing the platform." Andrew adds: "Lightroom Classic is my go to now but I use Capture Pro for my my Fuji pictures. I still miss the organisational abilities of Aperture. My workflow is built around Lightroom now and that is my biggest barrier to change. I think things like Luminar are interesting from a processing perspective but it's difficult to find a time to experiment. Lightroom CC and Photos I mainly use to support mobile devices." Andrew, a former Aperture user, writes: "Nothing has quite replaced Aperture. However, Capture One meets most of my needs although the catalogue isn't quite there. I think Photos is better than many people think and good enough for most. Plugins cover the gap in process. Luminar's catalogue features are pretty basic at the moment, but it's a great plugin." And finally, Rob chimes in: "I am sticking with LR /PS. A lot of images are in it and I know them well enough for what I do. I do use Luminar and photolab ( they do the best noise reduction ). Luminar I use but via the flex plugin. I find it too slow for culling. Not mentioned but I do like LR mobile on my iPad and it's ability to synchronize with LR desktop. I can do edits and share easily enough that way. I just tried PS for the iPad. Very disappointed. How can you release a product without refine edge ? For now on the iPad I am sticking with affinity on the iPad. I then went over to our TDS Facebook page where I asked the question: ""Which Photo Software Should You Use?" - And I want your input. What do you love/hate about the photo software that you're using now." Lawrence wrote: "My current software suite is Lightroom for catalog management along with light editing (can't say I love it, but I've stuck with it because of the tagging/collections/rating I've done there over the years. I also use Luminar for heavier editing but I am VERY disappointed that they made a big deal out of Libraries, but then quietly dumped supporting import of Lightroom Libraries). I'm also not thrilled with their move into compositing with sky removal. And lastly, I use a series of other tools as plugins to Lightroom (Excire visual search, ON1 B&W conversion, TopazLabs DeNoise AI)" Jim added a very interesting comment: "I use Lightroom Classic. I did switch fully to Lightroom CC because I love the idea of having my images in the cloud (backed up locally of course) because I want to move to a mobile only workflow doing all my editing and management on the iPad. It's so much more convenient for travel! I was very pleased with Lightroom Cc but then I discovered a big issue. The mobile applications (phone and iPad) actually store a smart preview of EVERY image and there is no limit on how much space it will use on your mobile device. I confirmed with Adobe that it will consume 100% of device capacity if needed. That was a show stopper that caused me to switch back. None of the other Adobe competitors will work for me because none of them offer desktop, mobile and cloud support. Only Adobe offers all three. I hope one of the others like Skylum one day hits all three!" I think Peter's comment is interesting: "After many years I've been looking for alternatives to LR. Currently using ON1 as my default and like it. Started to develop a rhythm with it. I like that it doesn't rearrange my file structure. The raw processing works fine for me. HDR module is pretty useless IMO, but that's not a deal breaker. Lots of options to fine tune images to get to my vision. I really wanted to like Luminar, but haven't been able to zero in on a workflow I can get my head around. Did get Aurora, their stand alone HDR software to try out. We'll see. Will go back and try brackets that failed in ON1 and see what Aurora gives me. Retraining my brain to new software is a painful process. Actually have to think about what I'm doing." And finally, Bob adds:" I currently use LR, with Aurora, Luminar, PS, NIK and a few others when LR falls short. I have a lot invested in LR as a DAM, that getting me to switch off of it would require a huge jump in capabilities to go through the effort. Overall, I feel Adobe is abandoning the LR+PS photographers in favor of pursuing their cloud strategy that does NOT work for me." So where does that leave us? If you prefer the Adobe ecosystem, there are advantages to using Lightroom + Lightroom Mobile + Photoshop as needed. iPhone photographers and Apple fans should definitely revisit Photos and its substantial bullpen of Editing Extensions. Tethered shooters, RAW aficionados, and those who don't care about having a companion mobile app might want to consider Capture One Pro. And if not of these work for you, there's still the OnOne suite, DxO PhotoLab, Luminar with Libraries, and a handful of others. Skillshare for Photographers Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes for creators, entrepreneurs, and curious people everywhere. You can take courses in photography, videography, audio production - you name it, they've got it. So whether you're picking up a new skill for your day job, figuring out your next side project, or pursuing a long-time passion, Skillshare has classes for you. The photography courses are amazing. One that I recommend is "Documentary Photography: Capturing Places and People" by National Geo photographer Ami Vitale. She is both a great photographer and a compelling personality. And this is just one of many top notch titles on Skillshare. Join the millions of students already learning on Skillshare today with this special offer for TDS listeners: Get 2 months free. That's right, Skillshare is offering The Digital Story community 2 months of unlimited access to thousands of classes for free. To sign up, go to skillshare.com/tds. And a big thanks to Skillshare for sponsoring this show! Don't Stop with Portrait Mode - Make Your iPhone Shots Even Better You can read the entire TDS article here complete with step-by-step illustrations. Portrait mode on current iPhones is incredible. Just open the Camera app, slide the options to Portrait, and shoot away. And as impressive as the results initially look, you can make them even better with just a few clicks. Here's how. Choose the best lighting scheme. Improve skin color. Add a soft vignette. Don't forget a dash of sharpening. Now, thanks to iOS 13 and iPadOS, all of these techniques can be applied on the iPhone and iPad as well, with the exception of White Balance. When in Photos for mobile devices, use the Warmth and Tint adjustments instead. Our LA Street Photography Experience is Coming this March This 3-day event on March 13-15 explores classic Los Angeles locations and architecture. Our excursions will take us as far west as Venice Beach, as well as famous movie spots and the back streets of this fascinating Southern California area. You will learn new techniques for safe and effective street photography, how to capture the vibe of great architecture, and enjoy some classic California cuisine along the way. Olympus Educator, Mike Boening, is our co-instructor. Those of you who have worked with Mike at our SF Street Photography events know how much he brings to the table. Not only is he an official Olympus Educator, he's an accomplished street photographer, and he's going to bring gear for you to test and learn about. If you want to join Mike and me this coming March, just visit the information and registration page, or go to www.thenimblephotographer.com and click on the Workshops link, or go to the Olympus site - no matter how you get there, Mike and I are looking forward to working with you this coming Spring. Updates and Such Inner Circle Members: A big thanks to those who support our podcast and our efforts! Podcasting Skills Course - Big thanks to everyone who attended our Podcasting Skills Course this past Saturday. I really enjoyed sharing all of those gems with you. B&H and Amazon tiles on www.thedigitalstory. If you click on them first, you're helping to support this podcast. (The Digital Story is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.) And speaking of supporting this show, and big thanks to our Patreon Inner Circle members: Affiliate Links - The links to some products in this podcast contain an affiliate code that credits The Digital Story for any purchases made from B&H Photo and Amazon via that click-through. Depending on the purchase, we may receive some financial compensation. And finally, be sure to visit our friends at Red River Paper for all of your inkjet supply needs. See you next week! More Ways to Participate Want to share photos and talk with other members in our virtual camera club? Check out our Flickr Public Group. And from those images, I choose the TDS Member Photo of the Day. Podcast Sponsors Red River Paper - Keep up with the world of inkjet printing, and win free paper, by liking Red River Paper on Facebook. Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes for creators, entrepreneurs, and curious people everywhere. Get two months of learning for free by visiting www.skillshare.com/tds. The Nimbleosity Report Do you want to keep up with the best content from The Digital Story and The Nimble Photographer? Sign up for The Nimbleosity Report, and receive highlights twice-a-month in a single page newsletter. Be a part of our community! Want to Comment on this Post? You can share your thoughts at the TDS Facebook page, where I'll post this story for discussion.
Rank #2: "Photographer's Gift Guide - 2019 Edition" - TDS Photo Podcast.
This is The Digital Story Podcast #715, Nov. 26, 2019. Today's theme is "Photographer's Gift Guide - 2019 Edition" I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue Photographers aren't the easiest bunch to buy for, that is, unless you have a fully-vetted gift guide at your disposal. And that's exactly what I'm going to share with you today - 5 items ranging from affordable to well, slightly more than that, each and every one will be a delightful surprise for the visual artist in your life, even if that person is you. Digital Photography Podcast 715 Photographer's Gift Guide - 2019 Edition Feeling a little stumped for gift ideas this holiday season? Take a gander at this list. Nitecore P12 LED Tactical Pocket Flashlight ($42) - Built for durability, the light features an aluminum housing with a Type III hard-anodized black finish that resists scratching and corrosion. It is O-ring sealed to be IPX8-rated submersible to 6.6' and impact-resistant to 5'. A textured diamond pattern is machined into the handle to provide a sure grip, and there is a removable tactical ring that fits on the handle for use with a 'cigar-style' two-handed pistol grip. Using separately sold Nitecore mount and remote switch accessories, it can be used as a weapon light. The light can run on 1 x 18650 or 2 x CR123 li-ion rechargeable, or 2 x CR123 disposable batteries. There is reverse-polarity protection that prevents damage to the light's circuitry if the batteries are put in incorrectly. Nanlite LumiPad 11 Bi-Color Soft LED Panel ($49) - Handy for use on or off-camera, the LumiPad 11 Bi-Color Soft LED Panel from NanLite is a versatile 6.5 x 4.5 x 1.4" light source with solid control features at a price point that makes it a good choice for both part-time and full-time shooters. Its wide beam spread, and soft output are well-suited for portrait, wedding, group video, and photography, while its thin 1.4" profile allows placement where larger lights can't go. The light has color that's CRI-rated at 95 for accurate rendering and variable from 3200 to 5600K to meet any ambient light challenge or to blend in seamlessly with other fixtures. Light intensity is variable from 0 to 100%, while the fixture's quiet air-cooling is an asset, especially in sound-sensitive situations. The LumiPad 11 is ready for worldwide use via an optional 110-240 VAC power adapter, but it can also run on separately-purchased batteries when mains power is unavailable via its NP-F battery plate. SanDisk 500GB Extreme Portable USB 3.1 Type-C External SSD ($89) - Designed for saving and editing high-resolution photos and videos, the 500GB Extreme Portable USB 3.1 Type-C External SSD from SanDisk provides users with up to 500GB of storage for their creative content work, as well as a 10 Gb/s USB 3.1 Type-C interface, which is also known as USB 3.1 Gen 2 and delivers read speeds of up to 550 MB/s. Additionally, this SSD is IP-55 rated and features resistance against water, dust, and shock. It can withstand a water flow of up to 30 kPA for 3 minutes, 1500 g of shock, and 5 gRMS of vibration @ 10-2000 Hz. It can also withstand drops of up to 6.5' on a concrete floor and temperature extremes, with operating temperatures ranging from 32 to 113°F and storage temperatures ranging from -4 to 158°F. FUJIFILM INSTAX SHARE Smartphone Printer SP-2 with Instant Film Kit (Silver) ($94) - The silver FUJIFILM INSTAX SHARE Smartphone Printer SP-2 allows you to print photos shot with a smartphone or tablet using FUJIFILM's free downloadable INSTAX SHARE app for Android and iOS. Each print measures 2.4 x 1.8" with up to 320 dpi resolution and prints in approximately 10 seconds. A reprint button lets you make additional copies. Choose from several templates and filters, and upload your images to social networking sites. The SP-2's battery recharges in approximately 90 minutes. This twin pack of FUJIFILM INSTAX Mini Instant Film contains 20 sheets of instant color film that is compatible for use with the INSTAX Mini series of cameras. Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Mirrorless MFT Digital Camera with 12-32mm and 45-150mm Lenses (Black) ($448) - This is a deal with $550 in savings making it more than half off. Complementing the imaging attributes (16MP sensor with dual stabilization), the camera also incorporates both a 2.76m-dot electronic viewfinder as well as a 3.0" 1.04m-dot touchscreen LCD, which has a tilting design to better enable working from high and low angles. Built-in Wi-Fi is also integrated into the design, which facilitates wireless image transferring and remote camera control from linked smartphones or tablets. DJI Mavic Mini ($399) -The Mavic Mini from DJI is a compact drone that offers professional-quality results with no restrictions. Thanks to its small size, the Mavic Mini can fly where larger drones are legally not permitted, or where a drone license is required. This freedom of flight is combined with a stabilized 3-axis gimbal and sophisticated flight modes, which can achieve up to 12MP images, 2.7K Quad HD videos, and complex cinematic shots with just a touch in the DJI Fly app. Another advantage of the Mavic Mini's size is that it can stay in the air longer. The Mini drone features up to 30 minutes of flight time on a full battery charge. The included controller is designed to work with Android and iOS smartphones, letting you easily fly the drone while maintaining a low-latency HD video feed from the gimbal from up to 2.5 miles away. To help get started, DJI includes a flight tutorial in the DJI Fly app, making the Mavic Mini an ideal drone solution for beginners to professionals alike. How I Became a 40mm Lens Guy There's something about 40mms that's just perfect for me. I have a bit more breathing space for composing than I do with a 50mm optic. Yet, it's not too wide like I often experience with 35mm lenses. It's just right for this street photographer kind of guy. But this revelation didn't come to me overnight. It evolved over years, beginning with a lens that wasn't 40mm at all: the Zeiss Tessar 45mm f/2.8 for my Contax film camera. I wanted this lens because it was a super compact pancake that would travel nicely on my Contax Aria. I loved it from the beginning, even though it wasn't the fastest at f/2.8, or quite as wide as a true 40mm. I still shoot with it today. You can read the entire article here to see all the optics that I'm currently a fan of. New Details for Our Upcoming LA Street Photography Experience This 3-day event on March 13-15 explores classic Los Angeles locations and architecture. Our excursions will take us as far west as Venice Beach, as well as famous movie spots and the back streets of this fascinating Southern California area. Our HQ will be in a cozy Santa Monica neighborhood, not far from the iconic Santa Monica Pier and the Metro Rail station. From there we'll ride the rail into the heart of LA urban culture, making stops along the way to explore. We will also spend a day photographing Venice Beach with all of its So Cal charm and charisma. What a dream for urban explorers! You will learn new techniques for safe and effective street photography, how to capture the vibe of great architecture, and enjoy some classic California cuisine along the way. Olympus Educator, Mike Boening, is our co-instructor. Those of you who have worked with Mike at our SF Street Photography events know how much he brings to the table. Not only is he an official Olympus Educator, he's an accomplished street photographer, and he's going to bring gear for you to test and learn about. If you want to join Mike and me this coming March, just visit the information and registration page, or go to www.thenimblephotographer.com and click on the Workshops link, or go to the Olympus site - no matter how you get there, Mike and I are looking forward to working with you this coming Spring. Do You Have a Film Camera that Needs a Good Home? Over the last year, I've received donations from TDS members who have film cameras that need a good home. What I do is inspect the items, repair and clean as I can, then list them in TheFilmCameraShop where I can find a good home for them. If you're interested in donating, please use the Contact Form on TheNimblePhotographer site. And thanks for you consideration! Updates and Such Inner Circle Members: A big thanks to those who support our podcast and our efforts! B&H and Amazon tiles on www.thedigitalstory. If you click on them first, you're helping to support this podcast. (The Digital Story is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.) And speaking of supporting this show, and big thanks to our Patreon Inner Circle members: Affiliate Links - The links to some products in this podcast contain an affiliate code that credits The Digital Story for any purchases made from B&H Photo and Amazon via that click-through. Depending on the purchase, we may receive some financial compensation. And finally, be sure to visit our friends at Red River Paper for all of your inkjet supply needs. See you next week! More Ways to Participate Want to share photos and talk with other members in our virtual camera club? Check out our Flickr Public Group. And from those images, I choose the TDS Member Photo of the Day. Podcast Sponsors Red River Paper - Keep up with the world of inkjet printing, and win free paper, by liking Red River Paper on Facebook. Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes for creators, entrepreneurs, and curious people everywhere. Get two months of learning for free by visiting www.skillshare.com/tds. The Nimbleosity Report Do you want to keep up with the best content from The Digital Story and The Nimble Photographer? Sign up for The Nimbleosity Report, and receive highlights twice-a-month in a single page newsletter. Be a part of our community! Want to Comment on this Post? You can share your thoughts at the TDS Facebook page, where I'll post this story for discussion.
The PetaPixel Podcast is a twice-weekly podcast about the wonderful world of photography. It’s a fusion of news, opinions, humor, and real-world experience, bundled into a show that you can listen to on your way to work.Subscribe today to stay up to date with what’s going on in the photo industry from one of the-most-listened-to photography podcasts.Join thousands of photographers from around the world who enjoy host Sharky James' twice-weekly photo podcast where you'll have fun, improve your photography and solve those pesky problems you've been having. Leave voicemails, send in your questions and get answers!
Rank #1: Ep. 83: Cool New Photoshop CC Features…and Adobe Gets Freaky Deaky Promoting Them - and more.
Here’s episode 83 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. You can also download the MP3 directly and subscribe via iTunes or RSS! Leave a comment in this post, or use our voicemail widget for feedback/questions for the show. In This Episode If you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photography may find us. Portrait photographer Neil Kremer opens the show. Thanks Neil! Adobe releases cool new features in Adobe Photoshop CC 2015.15, but promotes them in a really bizarre way. (#) Hasselblad wows with the X1D, a mirrorless medium format camera with a more reasonable, yet still high price tag. (#) Western Digital's My Passport Wireless Pro seeks to help you back up your data by cutting the cord. (#) Eyefi sells it's Cloud service to camera and electronics maker Ricoh. (#) Noted photographer Fan Ho dies at age 84. (#) Connect With Us Thank you for listening to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast! Connect with me, Sharky James on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (all @LensShark) as we build this community. We’d love to answer your question on the show. Leave us an audio question through our voicemail widget, comment below or via social media. But audio questions are awesome! You can also cut a show opener for us to play on the show! As an example: “Hi, this is Matt Smith with Double Heart Photography in Chicago, Illinois, and you’re listening to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast with Sharky James!”
Rank #2: Ep. 82: Hasselblad Set to Make a Bold Move - and more.
Here’s episode 82 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. You can also download the MP3 directly and subscribe via iTunes or RSS! Leave a comment in this post, or use our voicemail widget for feedback/questions for the show. In This Episode If you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photography may find us. Sponsor: FreshBooks. Get your FREE 30 day trial at FreshBooks.com/PetaPixel and enter PetaPixel in the “How Did You Hear About Us?” section. Photographer RC Concepcion of FotoPromos opens the show. Thanks RC! Hasselblad to announce something big on June 22 and the leading rumor is that it'll be a mirrorless medium format body. (#) Former KelbyOne RC Concepcion and Mia McCormick announce a new education component to Foto Promos. (#) A sleeper Soviet-era lens is a big, heavy beast, but tack sharp if you get a good copy. (#) A German man takes Nikon to task over the D500. (#) Avast releases a solution for all those photos taking up valuable space on iOS devices with a pretty solid solution. (#) Listener Luis in Mexico City, Mexico wants to know if kit lenses are as bad as "photographers" in the forums make them out to be despite his great success with them. Connect With Us Thank you for listening to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast! Connect with me, Sharky James on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (all @LensShark) as we build this community. We’d love to answer your question on the show. Leave us an audio question through our voicemail widget, comment below or via social media. But audio questions are awesome! You can also cut a show opener for us to play on the show! As an example: “Hi, this is Matt Smith with Double Heart Photography in Chicago, Illinois, and you’re listening to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast with Sharky James!”
The Martin Bailey Photography Podcast provides education and inspiration through a mix of art, creativity and technical topics, interviews, gear reviews and travelogue style episodes. Full archive at http://mbp.ac/blog
Rank #1: Why Expose to the Right?.
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Rank #2: The Mental Checklist to Make Better Photographs.
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Camera reviews and photography tips with Gordon Laing from Cameralabs!
Rank #1: Sony Alpha A6500 review.
Gordon and Doug from Cameralabs discuss everything you need to know about the Sony Alpha A6500, a high-end mirrorless camera in our in-depth review! We cover build, handling, photo and video quality, autofocus, composition, lenses and much more!
Rank #2: Canon EOS M50 review.
In this podcast, Gordon and Doug from Cameralabs review Canon's EOS M50, a mid-range mirrorless camera ideally suited to travel photography and vlogging.
Bi-weekly podcast with professional photographers Andy Williams and Marc Muench where they discuss all topics related to photography. A combination of photo technique, gear, travel and more.
Rank #1: reCOMPOSE 050: The Art of Seeing - Ebook by Marc Muench - Part 1.
reCOMPOSE 050: The Art of Seeing - Ebook by Marc Muench - Part 1 Marc Muench has recently released a new Ebook titled "The Art Of Seeing" and in this Ebook he relates how he sees through the camera. On this episode, Juan and Andy take a look at the Ebook and talk about some of the points and techniques Marc makes. This is the first part on the discussion on this Ebook. For the next episode we will have Marc himself giving us further insights into some of his techniques. 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 email@example.com. Links Mentioned Download the Ebook. If you are already on the MW mailing list, just email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for the book. Picks of the Week Juan: Volta 2.0 USB-C Magnetic Cables Andy: The Art of Seeing, by Marc Muench! The reCOMPOSE page at kit.com where you can see all the products Juan and Andy recommend. Connect with Our Hosts & Guests Juan Pons: Website, Facebook Andy Williams: Website, Facebook reCOMPOSE Facebook Page
Rank #2: reCOMPOSE 038: Welcome Nikon and Canon to the Mirrorless Party!.
reCOMPOSE 038: Welcome Nikon and Canon to the Mirrorless Party! Finally Nikon and Canon are seeing the light when it comes to mirrorless systems. Nikon has announced the are about to release a new full frame mirrorless camera system and rumors are that Canon is most certainly working on one. In this episode of the reCOMPOSE podcast Andy and Juan discuss mirrorless systems in general and their advantages over DSLRs. 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 email@example.com. Links mentioned on this episode AlphaMirrorless Podcast Picks of the Week Juan: Gaffer Tape Andy: Apple iMac Pro The reCOMPOSE page at kit.com where you can see all the products Juan and Andy recommend. Connect with Our Hosts & Guests Juan Pons: Website, Facebook Andy Williams: Website, Facebook reCOMPOSE Facebook Page