Rank #1: Episode 190 »» Travel Photography with Mitch Stringer
To say the least. We were happy to have long-time listener and friend to the show, Maryland photographer Mitch Stringer, on for a great chat about travel photography, which is a genre so many of us enjoy and do ourselves. We also touched on his sports, wildlife and other photography adventures. Please join us as we hear about Mitch’s extensive travels, his interesting stories and how he goes about living a photographic life.
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We would love to hear your thoughts on the show! Do you shoot travel or sports photography? Do you have any tips of the trade you would love to share with our listeners? You can chime in and find us on Twitter and Bookface. You can also subscribe to the show for free via iTunes or Stitcher. If you would like to support the show and help with some of the costs of running this podcast, please check us out on Patreon (any support is appreciated!).
Huge thanks to Mitch for coming on the show and sharing your photography world with us. Make sure you check out his work!
Thanks so much as always for tuning in, friends! We always appreciate the support and the conversations!
Apr 12 2018
Rank #2: Episode 179 »» Inspirational Photographers with Dave Szweduik
Jan 25 2018
Rank #3: Episode 176 »» Our Artistic Calling with Mark Reierson
Dec 31 2017
Rank #4: Episode 265: Late night cinematic reflections
Late night cinematic musings after watching a great movie "Downton Abbey", and how it differs from the show in cinematic terms. There seem to be a lack of good cinematography in movies these days.
Sep 24 2019
Rank #5: EP 204: Street Photography honestly with Rob Johnson and Antonio Rosario
Jul 23 2018
Rank #6: Episode 253: Creativity Lost?
Today we talk about how to be creative when life steals all the time we have.
Jul 02 2019
Rank #7: Episode 250: Getting closer
So today is Kasia's favourite photography, macro. Enjoy!
Jun 09 2019
Rank #8: Episode 178 »» Photography Styles, Tripods, Bubbles and the Godfather
Jan 19 2018
Rank #9: Ramblings about film,b&w, and feeling good
In this episode we talk about film, medium format, b&w or color what is more challenging, and feeling good.
Aug 05 2019
Rank #10: Chasing Light with Chunky Monkey and Gazelle
In this episode we are out chasing light in our favourite boreal forest part. We even found a pornographic bison taking a bath.
Aug 26 2019
Rank #11: Episode 266: The existential crisissssssssss
Can we call ourselves photographers if we are not constantly creating? Am I being a fraud for say that I'm a photographer, yet I haven't created anything worthy of sharing? These are some questions that we try to answer during this episode.
Oct 07 2019
Rank #12: Episode 246: Traveling
As spring is starting in the northern hemisphere, and the cabin fever is at it's worst, we as photographers are iching to go places. So in this we are talking about traveling with your cameras, what can we take with us not to miss any oportunities. Do we take everything, or do we only the gear that is portable and easy to carry. Do we care if we miss something, can we live with that? These are the questions that we struggle with in this episode.
Here is Bryan Minear photo from Egypt that we were discussing: https://twitter.com/bryanminear/status/1126594950404112385/photo/1
May 11 2019
Rank #13: Episode 260: Our photographic agenda
As artists some of us have some kind of an agenda or vision we would like to share with the world. The question is do we need one? Does any one care if we have one or not. This is what we are trying to discover in this episode.
Aug 18 2019
Rank #14: Episode 187 »» Too Much Tech – Is Art Disappearing?
Let’s Talk Ethics
Our good friend of the show, Bart Busschots, released the latest episode of his Let’s Talk Photography podcast which was partially inspired by our recent episode about ethical photography with Antonio M. Rosario, episode 184. It is another great episode by Bart, so please check it out! Thanks for the shout-out, Bart!
Social Media Follow-up
As a follow-up to episode 185, we chat about an article that has since come out about photographer, Dave Morrow, who traded in his large social media following for the good life to focus on his photography. Was this a crazy move?
Too. Much. Tech?
We took to the mics to discuss the feeling by many that art is disappearing due to the availability of advanced tech in our photography world. Is this truly the case and we are allowing the tech to do our work for us or is the art of arting relevant and important as ever?
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We would love to hear your thoughts on the show. Do you feel art is disappearing due to advanced tech? You can chime in and find us on Twitter and Bookface. You can also subscribe to the show for free via iTunes or Stitcher. If you would like to support the show and help with some of the costs of running this podcast, please check us out on Patreon (any support is appreciated!).
Thanks so much as always for tuning in, friends!
Mar 22 2018
Rank #15: Episode 259: Camera doesn't matter
In the creative pursuit of photograph, we often fall pray to advertising of the latest greatest equipment that apparently will make photography easier, better, and more enjoyable. We often forget that in reality the camera itself does not really matter in chasing the creative. This is what we talk about in this episode.
Aug 12 2019
Rank #16: Episode 251: Graduating
In this episode we talk about our latest experience of creating grad photos of our oldest son, and his friends. We get nostalgic a little too.
Jun 16 2019
Rank #17: Episode 189 »» Boys Night with Bryan Minear and Usually Happy Dave
You Asked. We Listened.
Laurie, better known as our Honorary Shutter Time Topic Executive Producer Director of Programming, tweeted she wanted to know more behind one of the images Bryan had tweeted, saying it was his most meaningful image made to date. Of course, we were thrilled to have another reason to get our great friend, Bryan Minear, back on the show to talk about his latest work and more!
Batman Once again, our great friend of the show, Usually Happy Dave, answered the bat signal when I could not make it to the recording. So, another Shutter Time boys night was born! Please join Mac, Bryan and Dave as they continue the discussion of making meaningful images, what is involved to make such an image and more! Join the Convo:
We would love to hear your thoughts on the show! What do you think is involved in making a meaningful image and how big of a part does social media play in this process? You can chime in and find us on Twitter and Bookface. You can also subscribe to the show for free via iTunes or Stitcher. If you would like to support the show and help with some of the costs of running this podcast, please check us out on Patreon (any support is appreciated!).
Huge thanks once again Laurie for the great show idea and to the Bryan and Dave for keeping Mac company! Make sure y’all take a moment to check out their work (links below)!
Thanks so much as always for tuning in, friends! As always, we appreciate the support and the interaction!
Apr 07 2018
Rank #18: Episode 268: Color or Black and White
In this episode we try to answer listener question about color, and of course Mac has to jump in with his black and white theories.... and interesting eye watering surprise at the end.
Oct 21 2019
Rank #19: Episode 177 »» New Year :: Our Photography Goals and More
Jan 14 2018
Rank #20: Episode 175 »» Truth in Photography | A Few Thoughts
Dec 17 2017