Join the Switch to Manual Guys for tips and insights that will take your photography to the next level, providing practical tips you can immediately apply to your own photography.
Join the Switch to Manual Guys for tips and insights that will take your photography to the next level, providing practical tips you can immediately apply to your own photography.
Editorial and Opinionated Photography Podcast.
Rank #1: Episode 190 »» Travel Photography with Mitch Stringer.
Triple Threat 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. Join the Convo: 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! Cheers, y’all! #changetheconversation
Rank #2: EP 204: Street Photography honestly with Rob Johnson and Antonio Rosario.
An honest and candid chat with Antonio Rosario from Switch to Manual and Rob Johnson about trials and tribulations of Street Photography.
SUPPORT THESE SHOWS ON PATREON https://www.patreon.com/ChrisRetro Hi I'm Chris Retro, a street and documentary photographer based in Berlin. I'll be your host, and In these podcasts, we interview renowned photographers around the world and talk to them about their art, what motivates them and their advice for those starting out. This can be street photography orientated, or people that I admire and respect in this crazy, fantastic photographic industry. Please do support me by buying me a beer. http://bit.ly/podcast_donate It will help towards the cost of making these shows and the hosting fees. Stay tuned for more. Thanks for the support. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Peace. CR.
Rank #1: Urban Awesome Podcast *REBOOT : Martin Waltz.
Welcome **Originally I had problems with the audio recording, so I re-uploaded it. So, in this edition, I talk to the esteemed colleague and Berlin based street photographer : Martin Waltz, about his work, his art and what makes him tick as an artist.Martin is a renowned award-winning photographer, and travels the world to witness and documents life on the streets.You can find more info and his images on his website at https://streetberlin.net/ If you wish to help me with the ongoing hosting and podcast production, then please donate what you can to this cause.bit.ly/podcast_donatePlease feel free to share, download and subscribe to this podcast with iTunes, Stitcher, RSS feeds and many other podcasting platforms, as well as on my website at www.chrisretro.comPeace.Chris Retro.http://chrisretro.com/podcastspage/
Rank #2: Urban Awesome Street Photography Podcast Ep 05 : Thomas Leuthard.
Welcome to the 5th instalment of the UrbanAwesome Street Photography Podcast, with Thomas Leuthard. Is Thomas quitting street photography? Well In this edition, I talk to the Swiss based street photographer about his work, his art and what makes him tick as an artist.Thomas is a renowned award-winning photographer, and travels the world to witness and documents life on the streets. You can find more info on his website at http://thomas.leuthard.photography Please feel free to share, download and subscribe to this podcast with iTunes, Stitcher, RSS feeds and many other podcasting platforms, as well as on my website at www.chrisretro.comIf you wish to help me with the ongoing hosting and podcast production, then please donate what you can to this cause. http://chrisretro.com/podcastspage/Peace.Chris Retro.
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
Going beyond the image, talking with street photographers, documentary photographers and photojournalists.
Rank #1: Contemporary Photographic Impressionism – Roxanne Overton.
Roxanne Overton is a photographer, writer, speaker and educator and we are proud to have her in the studio for this weeks edition of StreetPX. An artist with roots in traditional media such as paints, pottery, stained glass and more, Roxanne got her start in photography with a kindly giftedVIEW SHOW NOTES →
Rank #2: Film Week – Kodak, Bring Back T-Max 3200! w/Nick Mayo & Pete Rosos.
This week, we have a special Film Week Episode for you, featuring special guest Nick Mayo of YouTube's "Nick Exposed" and the return of Pete Rosos to talk developing, darkrooms, zines and more.VIEW SHOW NOTES →
Each Month Bart gathers a panel of keen photographers together to discuss a chosen topic for an hour. This show is all about the art and craft of photography, and while that will mean some discussion of the kinds of tools used to create photographs, it won't involve comparisons of one brand to another, or one model to another - this show aims to be totally brand agnostic. It's not about the tools, it's about creating images!
Rank #1: Let's Talk Photography 70 - Lens Lingo.
In this solo show Bart tries to breakdown all the photographic jargon associated with lenses.Please consider supporting the show on Patreon: https://patreon.com/ltpodShownotes at https://lets-talk.ie/ltp70
Rank #2: Let's Talk Photography 69 - 'Timelapse' with Steve Sheridan.
This month Bart chats with Steve Sheridan of the Podfeet podcast network about timelapse photography.Please consider supporting the show on Patreon: https://patreon.com/ltpodShownotes at https://lets-talk.ie/ltp69
Education and Inspiration for the Mind and Spirit of the Photographer. The Mindful Eye is first of all - a community. We are much stronger when we work together. We are here to help and inspire each other in the pursuit of our passions, happiness and the unlimited potential of our dreams as photographers and as human beings. The contributors to The Mindful Eye (TME) believe that the simple act of sharing your joy with your camera can change the world for the better. When you visit our site, you will find a wealth of knowledge about all things photographic including but not limited to video tutorials, podcasts, articles and more.
Rank #1: Power of Play.
In this Podcast from the vault Craig discusses the "Power of Play" and how important the idea of play is to the creative process. This is a story based Podcast and the workshop Craig references in this Podcast took place a couple of years ago. Craig would like to say a big heartfelt thank you to Lucy Durfee for generously sharing her beautiful Coyote photograph which was taken in the context of the story told in the the "Power of Play" Podcast. The other photograph is a picture of Ira flying his kite.
Rank #2: Grand Scale Scenic Landscape, Part 2.
This Podcast is a continuation of the discussion started originally in the Grand Scale Scenic Landscape Podcast. Craig starts off by discussing camera set up and a technical workflow for exposure and bracketing. Craig encourages photographers to practice the technical to the point that it can become practically automatic leaving more space for seeing and creativity. The second half of the Podcast Craig discusses the inner game of Landscape photography. Craig gives some practical tips for metal preparation that can lead to more empowered states of being and creativity.
Street Photography Tips, Inspiration, Courses
Rank #1: Photographers, their cameras & the cure for gear lust.
Cameras are beautiful objects of desire, sometimes they are even objects of lust. In this episode Don … Photographers, their cameras & the cure for gear lust Read More »
Rank #2: Photography Podcast: Taking vs Making photos.
[T]oday on the Podcast Episode Don & Olivier talk about the difference between taking vs making photos. … Photography Podcast: Taking vs Making photos Read More »
jpeg2RAW is a podcast targeted at the photographer looking to improve their photos and have a general discussion about photography. We interview amazing photographers and others in the photo industry. In addition, we not only broadcast live each week, but we allow our live listeners to interact with the gust by asking questions in our chat room. Come to our live show and see for yourself.
Rank #1: #203 – Luminar 2018.
Skylum recently releases Luminar 2018, providing another alternative to Adobe’s Lightroom and Photoshop. A.D. Wheeler walks us through the software and shows off a few other toys.
Rank #2: #87 – Damien Lovegrove – Boudoir Photography.
Damien Lovegrove – Boudoir Photography Damien Lovegrove is well known for his Boudoir Photography and his wiliness to share his knowledge. He is a published writer, columnist and a master of light. Damien Lovegrove (partially taken from Damien’s website – go here for his write-up) Damien learned his lighting skills during his 14 years […]
Podcast that looks at photography as an art and craft rather than a collection of camera gear.
Rank #1: Five pieces of gear for every camera bag.
Episode 245 If you listen to this podcast for very long, you know that it isn’t really about camera gear, but this week I did want to focus on the five most essential pieces of gear you should always have in your camera bag. Luckily, you can get all of these pieces of gear for little to no money, and many of you might even have them already around the house. The purpose of this equipment is not to add to your physical gear, but rather to shift your mental approach to your photography. Each one of these pieces of gear is about changing your approach to your work so that you can focus on the most favorable results, embrace any opportunity, and find motivation when things fall apart. Here is the list of gear you should have in your bag for making better photographs. Copy of your favorite photo Book of favorite quotes Lucky object Padded seat Few dollars tucked in a pocket of your camera bag Gear used in podcast One of the questions I get asked frequently is what sort of equipment do I use to record my podcast. I have used a variety of equipment in the three years that I have been recording, but here is the current list of equipment that I am using. Also as an FYI and full disclosure, the links are affiliate links to Amazon. Rode Procaster XLR microphone Rode Boom Arm Rode PSM Shockmount All three Rode components a kit Focusrite Scarlet 2i2 Adobe Audition (part of creative cloud subscription) LogicPro X Macbook Pro OWC Thunderbolt 3 dock Headphones The post Five pieces of gear for every camera bag appeared first on Daniel j Gregory Fine Art Photography.
Rank #2: Hardest thing to photograph.
Episode 246 I have often wondered what people think is the hardest thing to photograph. When I have conversations about this, those conversations more often than not start with some technical aspects of photography. Learning how to use studio lighting, getting in a good location, or finding a unique vantage point are all topics I hear people talk about. This week’s podcast focuses on what I feel is the hardest thing to photograph. That is the thing that causes us to feel fear or some reason. Maybe it is not photographing people for fear of rejection, or perhaps it is not figuring out what is unique about a location to you, so you end up with a cliched shot. No matter what you photograph, I would venture to say that at some point, you haven’t gotten the shot you wanted because of some fear. The challenge we all face is that in the face of that fear, can we still photograph. My guess is that when you take the risk, you end up with some fantastic photographs. Gear used in podcast One of the questions I get asked frequently is what sort of equipment do I use to record my podcast. I have used a variety of equipment in the three years that I have been recording, but here is the current list of equipment that I am using. Also as an FYI and full disclosure, the links are affiliate links to Amazon. Rode Procaster XLR microphone Rode Boom Arm Rode PSM Shockmount All three Rode components a kit Focusrite Scarlet 2i2 Adobe Audition (part of creative cloud subscription) LogicPro X Macbook Pro OWC Thunderbolt 3 dock Headphones The post Hardest thing to photograph appeared first on Daniel j Gregory Fine Art Photography.
Dedicated to the photography-changing technology that is the FujiFilm X series system.
Rank #1: Episode 6: Interview with Andrew Billington.
In this show we talked to Fujifilm photographer Andrew Billington from the UK. His candid style approach to weddings is breath-taking and so much fun. You can listen to the show via this page or listen to it on iTunes, Stitcher, or any podcasting device. Music for this episode comes from Ben Sound
Rank #2: Episode 8: Interview with Chris Upton.
© 2011 Chris UptonI had the honor to speak with Fujifilm X photographer Chris Upton. Chris is an outstanding landscape photographer out of England and he shares his experience with life before Fuji as well as post. We also welcome you to check out our new YouTube channel here.You can listen to The X Line via iTunes, Stitcher or any podcasting device.Check out Chris Upton’s web site here.
The Documentary Photographer Podcast - Putting Life in the Frame. A podcast about how to create meaningful documentary photographs
Rank #1: Episode 19: Jonathan Desmond & Roger Overall – Pre-qualifying Your Clients for Documentary Work.
In a change from the norm, Canadian photographer Jonathan Desmond takes the reins of the podcast and asks regular host Roger Overall questions about how he approaches documentary photography. In particular, they talk about how to explain to both wedding and corporate clients what documentary photography is. Roger talks about the importance of letting your passion for the authentic moment shine through.
Rank #2: Episode 4: Doug Menuez - Advertising Documentary.
In this episode of The Documentary Photographer podcast, I get to talk to one of my heroes: Doug Menuez. Doug is a US photographer who has found the holy grail - being paid advertising rates to photograph documentary images his way. The perfect blend of art and commerce.
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.
A show for photographers who own, use or are merely interested in Fuji X-series cameras, lenses and accessories.
Rank #1: WeShootFuji Podcast #9 - What Really Matters In Photography!.
What really matters in photography!This is Episode #9 of the WeShootFuji podcast. Its hosted by Scott Bourne and Marco Larousse.The show airs on the 1st and 15th of each month. You can listen and subscribe for free via iTunes at this linkhttps://itun.es/i6LV2yb #iTunesOr you can listen on Cyber Ears at http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/6133On this show, we skip the gear talk for the most part and instead concentrate our discussion on what really matters in photography.First we talk about a bit housekeeping and Scott shares his experience with the first FujiFriday photo walk he hosted in Seattle.Then we dive into an inspirational discussion of what really matters in photography. Taking a look at camera forums and rumor sites on the internet, one could get the feeling that we have lost the appreciation of how powerful and even sometimes life changing photography can be. We live in a great time where everyone can be a photographer with affordable, compact and very capable cameras. But are we really making most out of this powerful tool in our daily lives?Important photos by Neil Armstrong, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Robert Frank and Steve McCurry Important photos by Neil Armstrong, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Robert Frank and Steve McCurryListen, discuss and share your thoughts on this topic with us in the comment section of this post. And if you want to upload photos for this show's ''Take Action!'' homework, please join our Flickr group at https://www.flickr.com/groups/weshootfuji/ and add the tag WSFHomework9 to your image that documents the world around you today for future generations.Links for this episode: Scott's post on his mentioned last photo of Danny Wheldon: http://photofocus.com/2015/05/21/photography-is-all-about-protecting-memories/ Kodak ''Keep Me, Protect Me, Share Me and I will live forever!'' commercial[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VV8WSlvjXmI&w=420&h=315]Please share this podcast with your friends. And we'd love to get your feedback. What do you want us to cover on the show?Subscribe via iTunes and don't miss a single episode. Our next show will air on October 1, 2015.For more information on Scott follow him on Twitter @scottbourneFor more information on Marco follow him on Twitter @hamburgcam
Rank #2: WeShootFuji Podcast #12 Interview with official X-Photographer Damien Lovegrove.
This is Episode #12 of the WeShootFuji podcast. Its hosted by Scott Bourne and Marco Larousse.The show airs on the 1st and 15th of each month. You can listen and subscribe for free via iTunes at this link:https://itun.es/i6LV2yb #iTunesOr you can listen via web player on Cyber Ears at http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/6133On this show we interview official Fuji X-photographer Damien Lovegrove from the UK. Damien is a master photographer who creates magic when you give him a camera, a model and a light. Listen to Damien's story on how he became such a famous and influential photographer, educator, entrepreneur, blogger and writer.Damien Lovegrove WeShootFuji #12 Portfolio Photos by Damien LovegroveLinks to Damien Lovegrove:Web 1: www.lovegrovephotography.comWeb 2: www.Prophotonut.comTwitter: @damienlovegrove_____Homework:We have a new homework for our listeners who would like to participate. Take up to 3 photos that best describe the season ''Fall'' to you (for our listeners in the Southern Hemisphere the topic is ''Spring'') and upload them to our WeShootFuji Flickr group with the hashtag ''WSFhomework11''.Listen, discuss and share your thoughts on this topic with us in the comment section of this post. And if you want to join our Flickr group, just follow this link at https://www.flickr.com/groups/weshootfuji/ .Link List:- Our free FujiFriday photowalks in November: Sign up for free for FujiFriday SEATTLE on Nov 6th, 2015: FujiFriday.com- Marco will be curating a weekly street photo of the day for the Photofocus.com website. If you want to have a chance that your photo could be picked, add you best street photos to the Photofocus Flickr group here: https://www.flickr.com/groups/photofocus/- Cactus V6 flash transceiver as discussed by Damien- Fujifilm TX-1 film camera that Damien and Marco get to try - Link to Camera Wiki_________Please share this podcast with your friends. We'd also love to get your feedback. What do you want us to cover on the show?Subscribe via iTunes and don't miss a single episode. Our next show will air on November 15, 2015.For more information on Scott follow him on Twitter @scottbourneFor more information on Marco follow him on Twitter @hamburgcam
A Photography Podcast for the Urban Photographer
Rank #1: 03: Finding Your Artistic Voice With Karen Hutton.
If you've ever wanted to make your photography more YOU... You will love this conversation with my dear friend Karen Hutton about finding your artistic voice.
Rank #2: 136: Small Town Street Photography with David Julian.
In this episode of Hit the Streets, Valérie teams up with David Julian to discuss the many advantages of doing street photography in small towns.
Travel photography is all about the people, the food, the architecture, and the culture that make each place a special one. It mixes elements of landscape photography, portraiture and reportage and aims to combine all of these and paint a compelling picture of what it's like to live in a foreign country.Every week we interview a photographer or we host a roundtable discussion on all aspects of travel photography: from planning to scouting locations, from security and the economics of traveling, to how we can travel responsibly and sustainably, with tips about the best equipment, how to interact with people and how to pack light and efficiently.We will share the inspiring work of masters and amateurs and discover what compels them to travel many hours and cross many borders to get THE shots.
Rank #1: TTIM 26 – Patagonia with Sean Bagshaw.
Patagonia, the southernmost portion of the American continent, is a land of stunning beauty, unspoilt wilderness and extreme weather. As of recent, it has also become one of the most sought-after destinations for landscape photographers. Having recently read Sean Bagshaw's article about his trip to Patagonia, I wanted to know more, so I asked him to be my guest on the show and to tell us about that remote land.Sean is an outdoor photographer, digital image developing enthusiast and photography educator based in Ashland, Oregon, where he resides with his wife and two sons. In the 1980s and 1990s he did some rock climbing and mountaineering and enjoyed being expedition photographer because it allowed him to present slide shows to anyone he could corner in a dark room with a projector. Over time he moved away from documentary images and became immersed in the art of photography. Now he photographs mountains instead of climbing them. He spends about a quarter of each year sleeping in his truck or on the ground, stumbling around in the dark, eating bad food and avoiding showers. Twice since 2008 his images have been exhibited in the Smithsonian as winners in the Nature's Best Windland Smith Rice International Awards. His previous career as a science teacher makes photography education a good fit. Sean teams up with fellow Photo Cascadia members leading workshops. He also teaches digital image developing classes, lectures and offers a series of Photoshop video tutorials.To record the interview, I had to wait for Sean's return from another faraway corner of the earth, Easter Island, so I asked him to give us his impressions of the land of the Moais as well. Double awesomeness!
Rank #2: TTIM 114 – How To Take Great Travel Photos.
We often get emails and messages from listeners who ask us advice on how to take great travel photos, so this week we wanted to record a special episode. We don’t have the usual interview with a guest this time but decide instead to spend some time giving you our best tips to help you get better photos every time you take a trip.Some examples of the topics we covered include:The importance of a shot listTelling storiesThe power of oneHaving a theme in mindWatching your backgroundsTiming and anticipationDon’t be shyPoint and shootThis is an episode packed with useful, practical information, but if you love interviews don’t worry. We’ll be back next week with another awesome guest.If you found this useful and would love more detail, don’t miss Ralph’s next free webinar, where he will be going much more in depth about his favorite tips for taking great travel photographs.Duration 45m 41s.