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
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
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460: Understand How People See You. Heidi Grant Halvorson, author of "No One Understands You and What to Do About It," explains the science of perception.
543: Building Emotional Agility. Susan David, author of "Emotional Agility" and psychologist at Harvard Medical School, on learning to unhook from strong feelings.
Episode 26: Living Long Enough to Live Forever. In Episode 6, Peter and Dan described how mindset plays a key role in living a long, healthy life, this time they share stories about how they each arrived at their ambitious longevity goals. In this episode: Peter talks about Ray Kurzweil’s belief that children born today will have the ability to have an indefinite lifespan. Dan describes his thoughts on attitude and why the future is something you must work toward. Peter puts into perspective the amazing times we are living in, citing how the human lifespan has doubled over the last century. Dan mentions his visit to Human Longevity Inc., for the full story, listen to Episode 21 here.
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Rank #1: "The Physiology of Active Photography" - TDS Photography Podcast. This is The Digital Story Podcast #687, May 14, 2019. Today's theme is "The Physiology of Active Photography." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue Most of us agree that photography as a hobby feeds our creative soul. But it can also be good for the body. A regular diet of planned photo shoots can have a positive impact on our physical well being as well. In today's podcast I'll share with you five of the health benefits that I've enjoyed since embracing the photo exercise plan. I hope you enjoy the show. Digital Photography Podcast 687 The Physiology of Active Photography A common pushback that I hear from fellow enthusiasts is that they don't have enough time to pursue their hobby. If you find yourself citing lack of time to engage in activities that are good for you and will provide you with more physical energy and clearer thinking, then you might want to hit the pause button for a minute and re-evaluate your choices. On average, I work 10 hours a day Monday through Thursday, and 4 hours on Saturday. The only way that I can maintain that schedule and remain productive is by incorporating excise into my week. Opportunities include early morning before work, lunch breaks, afternoon breaks, and weekends. If you don't take regular breaks, then that's an issue unto itself. To be honest; it's not healthy to skip breaks, especially at lunch time. Mixing photography into these activities supercharges the health benefits. The chance of capturing a new image that you can share on social is motivating. Actually taking a great picture is exhilarating. And having raw material to work with on your computer feeds creativity. My recommendation is that you venture out for a walk or a bike ride with your camera at least 3 times a week. According to my math, you have 21 opportunities a week to do this: 7 early mornings, 7 lunch breaks, and 7 afternoon breaks/after work. And if you embrace this, here are some of the health benefits to look forward to. Sleeping Heart Rate Dip - Research shows that a measurable dip in heart rate during sleep is excellent for your cardiovascular health. Plus, you'll tend to feel more rested in the morning. In my case, burning an extra 225 calories from activity drives my heart rate down 7 beats per minute. On nights when I exercise, my sleeping heart rate is about 52 bpm. When I don't, it tends to by close to 60 or over. Better Regularity - By adding water to my photo walks and bike rides has improved my bathroom breaks. I don't need to articulate how much better this makes one feel. You know what I'm talking about. Stronger Legs - When I was a photographer/writer in the healthcare business, a common mantra was that a healthy 60 starts at 40. Our core strength and sturdy legs mean a higher quality of life as we age. If you want to be mobile later, you have to be active now. Emotional Resilience - I have days like everyone else when the world is intent on knocking me down a peg. Staying at my desk and stewing about it does not produce a better result. Taking a break and exercising does. It is the ultimate reset button. We are More than our Job - Exercising plus photography demonstrates to ourselves and our world that we are more than our job. We are creative, clear thinking, healthy individuals. And that is far more appealing than exhausted, downtrodden, and depressed. About how many pictures do I take on my photo exercises? Generally 2-3 per 30 minute session. Not a ton, but they sure add up over time. And many of those shots are personal favorites. How to create a start page for your website that attracts attention You can read the entire article here. There are different rules when it comes to designing a good start page. Rule of Thirds and Golden Ratio, to name a couple. Rule of Thirds is the easiest to understand and the simplest to apply. Simply take a screenshot of your start page above the fold, use this easy to use tool to apply a 3 x 3 grid on the screenshot. Instantly you will see if you need to rework your start page or not. A final suggestion, if you are going to rework your start page, pay attention to the change of your bounce rate in Google Analytics, this will help you understand if your new design is working or not. Present your best self online with a Portfoliobox site. To create your own Portfoliobox site, click on the tile or use this link to get started. If you upgrade to a Pro site, you'll save 20 percent off the $83 annual price. MFT Sensor and 11"x14" Paper - Nearly Perfect Fit I heard from Drew at Red River Paper, and he forwarded a comment that he thought I would be interested in: Full size images from Micro Four Thirds sensors are almost a perfect fit on 11" x 14" paper. I did a little testing, and sure enough if he wasn't correct about that. I then ask Drew about their inventory of 11" x 14" paper, and he said that they have a wide variety of surfaces. You may want to check it out. TDS Workshops Update Humboldt Redwoods Workshop Update Our grand finale of the season will be on Sept. 18-20 in one of the most beautiful areas on the planet. Our headquarters will be in Fortuna, CA - an easy drive from the Eureka Airport only 25 minutes away. We're located on the Eel River, and situated perfectly to explore the Redwoods just south of us. This will be an excellent event to cool off, slow down, and get some great images. Plus, you'll be able to spend some quality time with your fellow virtual camera club members. We still have a couple openings on the reserve list. You can secure your seat by visiting www.thenimblephotographer.com, and place a fully refundable deposit for the event. 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. And speaking of supporting this show, and big thanks to our Patreon Inner Circle members: 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. Portfoliobox - Your PortfolioBox site is the best way to show off your best images. 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: "Thank You Surface Pro for iPadOS" - TDS Photo Podcast. This is The Digital Story Podcast #691, June 11, 2019. Today's theme is "Thank You Surface Pro for iPadOS." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue If you want to get things done, buy a Surface Pro. Up until last Tuesday, that was the pragmatic opinion of those who wanted to ditch their laptops and use a tablet for work. Then Apple announced iPadOS, and suddenly nimble artists had a choice again. And in my opinion, they have Microsoft to thank. I'll explain more and delve into iPadOS on today's podcast. Digital Photography Podcast 691 Thank You Surface Pro for iPadOS Here's a quote from a cnet article that sums up what many felt about the Surface Pro compared to the iPad: "OS: The beginning (and possibly the end) of the discussion - For many, the iPad Pro's mobile operating system makes it a complete nonstarter compared to the Surface Pro running on full Windows 10 Pro. Having Windows 10 means you can run full versions of traditional Win32 software and much more that Apple's iOS simply can't. Other areas where iOS was falling short on an iPad included multitasking, flexible ports, external drive connectivity, and peripherals. I had tried many times to work remotely with my iPad, only to finally give in and buy an 11" MacBook Air instead. But the scales are beginning to even out with the pending release of iPadOS. And here are five reasons why. Slide Over and Split View - Slide Over and Split View have made working with multiple apps on iPad effortless. Now they can take your workflows to another level by letting you work exactly how you want in even more intuitive ways. Text Editing - iPadOS makes it easier and faster to select and edit text using just your fingers. There are new editing gestures, cursor navigation, multi selection, and intelligent text selection (select a word with a double tap. A sentence with three taps. Or a whole paragraph with four taps). Files - The Files app lets you access and manage your files however you want, all in one convenient place. And iPadOS gives you powerful new ways to view, work on, and share files. Get a more detailed view of your files. And more controls to do what you want with them. External Drives - Connect an external hard drive, SD card reader, and, yes, even a USB drive. Desktop Class Browsing - Enjoy the desktop version of websites on your iPad so you can use web apps like Google Docs, Squarespace, and WordPress. With the Download Manager, you can see your active and recent downloads in Safari and access them easily from the new Downloads folder in Files. Redesigned Photo Management and Editing - The all-new Photos tab lets you browse your photo library with different levels of curation, so it's easy to find, relive, and share your photos and videos. Removes similar shots and clutter Duplicate photos, screenshots, whiteboard photos, documents, and receipts are identified and hidden, so you see only your best shots. Enhance control - Enhance now lets you control the intensity of your automatic adjustments. As you increase or decrease Enhance, you'll see other adjustments - including Exposure, Brilliance, Highlights, Shadows, Contrast, Brightness, Black Point, Saturation, and Vibrance - intelligently change with it. Nondestructive Video editing support - Nearly everything you can do with a photo you can now do with a video. Adjustments, filters, and crop support video editing, so you can rotate, increase exposure, or even apply filters to your videos. Video editing supports all video formats captured on iPad, including video in 4K at 60 fps and slo-mo in 1080p at 240 fps. New Editing Tools - Such as Sharpen, Definition, Noise Reduction, and Vignette combined with pinch-to-zoom support so you can get a better look at the specific areas you're editing. Image Capture API - The Image Capture API allows developers to leverage the Camera Connection Kit to import photos directly into their apps. Thank you Microsoft for creating the powerful Surface Pro. Even though I don't want to switch to Windows, I appreciate the work you've done and the pressure you put on Apple to finally create an operating system worthy of the iPad hardware. Interview with Rick Sammon about "The Oregon Coast Photo Roadtrip" I just finished reading Rick's latest book, The Oregon Coast Photo Road Trip: How To Eat, Stay, Play, and Shoot Like a Pro, and I wanted to chat with him about traveling and working with his wife, iPhone and mirrorless photography, and how to get the most pleasure from our photo road trips. Here's what he had to say. Microsoft's 'Raw Image Extension' Lets You View Raw Previews in Windows 10 You can read the entire article here. Here are some of my favorite excerpts: If you're running the latest version of Windows 10 as a photographer, make sure you install Microsoft's Raw Image Extension. It adds native viewing support for the major raw file formats used by various camera brands. Windows 10 doesn't have raw previewing built in by default, so while you can work with raw files in specialized software such as Adobe Lightroom, previews won't show up for you in Windows File Explorer or the Photos app right out of the box. If you're running the latest version of Windows 10 (the May 2019 Update, version number 1903 at the time of this writing), you can install the Raw Image Extension to add raw support. 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. And speaking of supporting this show, and big thanks to our Patreon Inner Circle members: 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. Portfoliobox - Your PortfolioBox site is the best way to show off your best images. 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 #1: How to Transform Yourself! – TWiP 570. Giulio Sciorio joins the show to dive into some important, transformational personal projects G is working on as well as some transformations he has endured over the years.
Rank #2: A Discussion with Adobe, about Photoshop!. A candid discussion with Joel Baer about Photoshop, the Creative Cloud, and how Adobe is feeling about all of the non-subscription software popping up.
Rank #1: 874 The Search for the Missing Color. Joshua wants to transfer digital photos onto an analog medium and Robert is curious about why color is sometimes shown in a linear way and sometimes in a circle. And how this explains, why the rainbow is missing a color. RECEIVE EMAIL FOR NEW EPISODES Links: The SKY Slack challenge reviews: Image 1: Robert Oldenburg: Spotted Cow Image 2: Joe Russo: Golden Sunrise Image 3: Sean Grimes: Dream Join the September challenge: SOFT (Slack channel #challenge-sept2019) Join the Slack here Slide making services: ExpressSlides, colorslide.com, Slides from Digital, Gamma Tech Inventor of the Color Wheel The Mystery of Magenta (YouTube) SPONSOR: MasterClass. Get $30 off the All-Access-Pass by visiting masterclass.com/topfloor Download the MP3 for this episode Receive TFTTF updates via email 2019/2020 Photo Tours with Chris Marquardt » Feb 2019: Arctic: Fantastic Fjords Tour 1 » Feb 2019: Arctic: Fantastic Fjords Tour 2 » Jun 2019: Silk Road Kyrgyztan » Oct 2019: Romaina Fall Colors » Feb 2020: Lake Baikal, Siberia » Feb 2020: Lake Baikal, Big Ice Journey » Mar 2020: Ethiopia, Omo Valley » Apr 2020: Bhutan, The Untouched East » Jun 2020: Kyrgyz Republic - Unbelievable Landscapes » Sep 2020: Cappadocia » all photo tours The post 874 The Search for the Missing Color appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.
Rank #2: 822 Are My Pictures Any Good?. Susannah asks a seemingly simple but really essential question: Are my pictures any good? Chris goes on a deep dive into what makes us appreciate photography and how people choose their criteria to judge photo quality. The goal is to find the answer to the biggest question in photography: What makes a good photo? Photo by Malte Wingen RECEIVE EMAIL FOR NEW EPISODES Links: SPONSOR: WeTransfer – transfer big files around the world, for free. SPONSOR: Udemy Online Courses – Learn Anything, On Your Schedule Download the MP3 for this episode Receive TFTTF updates via email 2019/2020 Photo Tours with Chris Marquardt » Feb 2019: Arctic: Fantastic Fjords Tour 1 » Feb 2019: Arctic: Fantastic Fjords Tour 2 » Jun 2019: Silk Road Kyrgyztan » Oct 2019: Romaina Fall Colors » Feb 2020: Lake Baikal, Siberia » Feb 2020: Lake Baikal, Big Ice Journey » Mar 2020: Ethiopia, Omo Valley » Apr 2020: Bhutan, The Untouched East » Jun 2020: Kyrgyz Republic - Unbelievable Landscapes » Sep 2020: Cappadocia » all photo tours The post 822 Are My Pictures Any Good? appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.
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 email@example.com
Rank #2: TCF Ep. 478 - Sheila Pree Bright. Sheila Pree Bright is often described as a "Cultural Anthropologist. Her earliest experience as a photographer began when she spent time in Houston where she began photographing the gangsta rap scene and confronting the dynamic between Hip hop and gun culture. In 2003, she created her MFA thesis photo series, Plastic Bodies, which would later be featured in the film Through the Lens Darkly and go viral on Huffington Post in 2013. Bright earned national acclaim when she won the Center Prize at the Santa Fe Center of Photography in 2006 for her Suburbia series which features images of African American suburban life. In 2008, she premiered her first solo exhibition at the High Museum of Art, featuring her series Young Americans. In 2014 and 2015, Bright visited Ferguson and Baltimore after the murders of Michael Brown and Freddie Gray to photograph and document the protests. The culmination of these photos would become her series 1960Now which was published by Chronicle Books October 16, 2018. 1960Now series is now in the collection of the Smithsonian African American History and Culture Museum, Washington, DC; The High Museum of Art Atlanta; The Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta, GA; City of Atlanta, Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs and the Pyramid Peak Foundation, Memphis, TN. Photographer Links: Sheila Pree Bright Ava DuVernay Listener Intro: Pamela Anticole Education Resources: Tokyo: Explorations in the Metropolis with Ibarionex Perello & George Nobechi Momenta Photographic Workshops Ibarionex + Olaf in Vancouver, Canada Candid Frame Resources The Candid Frame Newsletter The Candid Frame Alexa Skill Lessons from the Street eBook by Ibarionex Making Photographs: Developing a Personal Visual Workflow The Candid Frame Flickr Pool The Candid Frame YouTube Channel Download the free Candid Frame app for your favorite smart device. Click here to download for iOS. Click here to download for Android Support the work we do at The Candid Frame with contributing to our Patreon effort. You can do this by visiting patreon.com/thecandidframe or visiting the website and clicking on the Patreon button. You can also provide a one-time donation via PayPal. You can follow Ibarionex on Instagram and Twitter.
Rank #1: Post Processing Tricks with Ryan Dyar (TP EP-36). Post Processing Tricks With Ryan Dyar One of the most powerful, and most underused techniques by newer landscape photographers has to be dodging and burning. When done right it can take a photo that is flat, confusing and busy, do a dynamic photo with clear eye movement and dimension in its subjects. Dodging and burning ...
Rank #2: Social Media for Nature Photographers (TP EP-36). Social Media for Nature Photographers With Michael Shainblum Introductions: Michael’s work can be found on his website, Instagram, and Facebook. I highly encourage you to check out his work and follow along as you listen to this episode Briefly talk about when you got serious about landscape photography, the gear you currently are using, and ...
Rank #1: LW1172 - Our Own Judgment. Are we qualified to judge our own work? Some research into this suggests it is more complicated that we might think. You might be interested in . . . If you like Brooks Jensen's podcasts, check out his new video series titled, "Here's a thought..." These short 1-2 minute videos will give you a daily dose of creativity and something to think about. The three most recent videos are available to everyone at daily.lenswork.com. The entire back-episode archive is always available to members of LensWork Online.
Rank #2: LW1171 - Motivations versus the Market. If you want to sell you photographs, you'd better be willing to let go of your internal motivations and produce the photographs the market demands - even if that's dewy spider webs and kittens playing with yarn. You might be interested in . . . If you like Brooks Jensen's podcasts, check out his new video series titled, "Here's a thought..." These short 1-2 minute videos will give you a daily dose of creativity and something to think about. The three most recent videos are available to everyone at daily.lenswork.com. The entire back-episode archive is always available to members of LensWork Online.
Rank #1: Tripod: State of the Landscape Photography Industry. Sorry, there were no show notes for this episode 🙁 The post Tripod: State of the Landscape Photography Industry appeared first on Master Photography Podcast.
Rank #2: IP Roundtable (EP – 190). IP Roundtable (EP – 190) by Jim Harmer: Photography Nerd The post IP Roundtable (EP – 190) appeared first on Master Photography Podcast.
Rank #1: Tips for new landscape photographers – LPP #11. In this episode Nick answers several questions from the Landscape Photography Podcast community. Including, tips for new landscape photographers, how to approach a scene when the conditions don't give you want you expect. Being more creative with your compositions. Crazy photo trip stories from China. And a look into Nick's background and how he got into photography in the first place.Nick's website can be found at www.nickpagephotography.com
Rank #2: Seascapes and Happiness with Rick Sammon. This week I sit down with the Godfather of photography Rick Sammon and talk about, among other things, his new book which can be found here, as well as shooting seascapes, and what its like chasing the dream of self employment. Rick’s website Rick’s Podcast Rick’s Book Nick’s Website Nicks youtube channel
Rank #1: Ep. 295: Nice Try Nikon, but…No. Just No. - and more. Episode 295 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 - Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Featured: Boudoir photographer, Magdalena Iskra 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. Show Opener:Boudoir photographer, Magdalena Iskra opens the show. Thanks Magdalena! Sponsors: - Get 20% off at KupoGrip.com with offer code PetaPixel20- Get 20% off at XRitePhoto.com with offer code PetaPixel20- Get FreshBooks cloud accounting FREE for 30 DAYS by entering PetaPixel in the "How Did You Hear About Us?" section at FreshBooks.com/PetaPixel - More at LensShark.com/deals. Stories: What Nikon got right (and wrong) with their Nikon Z mirrorless system. (#) Lexar comes backs from the dead, but will they be the same? (#) The top cameras, lenses and other gear of the year. (#) Patti...is a new tripod. (#) You can buy liability insurance for short periods of times. (#) Kodak's making Ektachrome happen again. (#) Outtake My other podcast with Brian Matiash, the No Name Photo Show. 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. 326: Nikon This and Canon That - and more. Episode 326 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 - Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Featured: Storm chaser, photographer and filmmaker, Ryan Shepard 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. Show Opener:Storm chaser, photographer and filmmaker, Ryan Shepard. Thanks Ryan! Sponsors: - Build Your Legacy with Fujifilm - Get 20% off at Tenba.com with offer code PetaPixel20- Get 10% off at XRitePhoto.com with offer code PetaPixel10 - More at LensShark.com/deals. Stories: Nikon rumored to working on APS-C mirrorless Z bodies and lenses. (#) AI-powered sky replacement in Skylum Luminar 4. (#) Nikon announces the NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8 S. (#) Instagram photographers risk all doing it for the 'gram. (#) Canon's camera sales slide. (#) U.S. drone pilots have something to be happy about. (#) 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 #1: Ep. 001: Origin Story. Episode 001 of the No Name Photo Show. Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Thank you for listening to the No Name Photo Show! Connect with Brian Matiash and Sharky James on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (all @NoNamePhotoShow). Did we mention SUBSCRIBE?!!! Please? ;)
Rank #2: Ep. 057 - Taking Shortcuts With Photography (with Matthew Cassinelli). When the topic of mobile photography is discussed, it’s almost always with reference to the cameras and sensors built into our phones. However, there is another side of this topic that is as interesting and can be quite impactful for photographers. I’m thrilled to welcome my friend, Matthew Cassinelli, to the show to discuss the potential that Apple’s upcoming iPadOS and shortcuts can have for those of us who want to cut down the weight of our gear when we travel. It’s a really interesting episode and I look forward to hearing your thoughts on it! Show Notes Learn all about Apple Shortcuts from Matthew on his website, via Twitter, and on YouTube. Check out everything coming from Apple for iPadOS. Google is shutting down its tablet production.
Rank #1: Portrait Retouching. Jeff Harmon answers a listener question about portrait retouching and offers a tip on something you probably don’t know about Lightroom! The post Portrait Retouching appeared first on Photo Taco Podcast.
Rank #2: Lightroom Queen. Jeff Harmon talks with Victoria Bampton, the Lightroom Queen, about Lightroom performance, tips on organization, GPU acceleration, and a number of other nuances. The post Lightroom Queen appeared first on Photo Taco Podcast.
Rank #1: 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.
Rank #2: The Mind Your Own Business Podcast with Don Komarechka | Photofocus Podcast August 9, 2019. Get the show here or get it on iTunes — Please, post a review on iTunes. Welcome to Mind Your Own Business! Today we chat with nature, macro, and landscape photographer Don Komarechka! We discuss: How Don got started in photography Why the process of creativity is so important The importance of special projects His new book, and how he ran his successful Kickstarter campaign Goal setting: it's what drives us, but many struggle...for those who may feel stagnant Advice for any photographers starting out Don can be found at: Donkom.ca Have suggestions on future topics you want us to cover? Email us: Skip Cohen: email@example.com Chamira Young: firstname.lastname@example.org Share this podcast! Please share this podcast with your friends and subscribe via iTunes.
Rank #1: The Grid - Where We've Been Shooting with David Ziser, Scott Kelby Erik Kuna - Episode 393. Join David Ziser, Scott Kelby, and Erik Kuna as they talk about where they have been shooting. This Week's Sponsors: Wacom | mpix | B&H Photo | KelbyOne | Peachpit | Squarespace | Expo Imaging | Intel | Athentech
Rank #2: The Grid - Q and A with Scott Kelby and Erik Kuna - Episode 392. Join Scott Kelby and Erik Kuna as they answer viewer questions. This Week's Sponsors: Wacom | mpix | B&H Photo | KelbyOne | Peachpit | Squarespace | Expo Imaging | Intel | Athentech
Rank #1: Michael Shainblum | Tips & tricks in Landscape Photography & a harrowing Milky Way adventure | Ep 59. We hang out with ultra popular and world renowned Milky Way and Landscape Photographer Michael Shainblum! We get an awesome opportunity to learn from Michael and get a chance to pick up some tips and tricks while hearing stories of his adventures out in places like Alabama Hills and unsuspecting amazing seascapes off San Francisco. We get a priceless experience to breakdown the creation, process and decisions behind two fantastic Ocean Landscape Images of his The Phoenix and The Rapture and get his advice for how to do more quality landscape images for new photographers like us! See Michael's images we talk about in the Show Notes at PhotogAdventures.com/Ep59Follow Michael Shainblum at his website at ShainblumPhoto.comInstagram at https://www.instagram.com/shainblumphotography/Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/shainblumphoto/MyTracks App for iOS onlyiOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mytracks-the-gps-logger/id358697908?mt=8
Rank #2: Oregon Coast Listener Adventure 2017 Part One: Redwoods of California & Secret Beach | Ep 62. We had an amazing Listener Adventure out in Oregon back in November and there are a LOT of stories to tell. To help us discuss the challenges of Wave Photography along the Oregon Coastline are listeners Drew Armstrong and Kirk Keyes who join us for three straight podcasts! This first podcast of the three focuses on the first days of our trip where wake up for the sunset in Northern California for Redwoods photography and then spend the evening out in Samuel H. Boardman's at Secret Beach and coincidentally meet Michael Shainblum and Serena Ho! Peak Design Capture Clip: https://goo.gl/RcLkd6Peak Design Capture Pad: https://goo.gl/UP596vPeak Design LensCapture Kit for Canon: https://goo.gl/yus1BNCheck out Drew's photography at DrewArmstrong.com and Kirk's at KeyesPhoto.com!
Rank #1: 151: Perfectly Punctuated Piece On Absolutely Nothing. It’s Q&A time and we do our best to answer the questions you’ve sent in. We got a ton of great questions this time about gear, process, business and even a few that were too big to tackle, so we’ll get them in the mix for larger discussions next week. William Albert Allard is our Photographer of the Week. Links for this episode:OTP Google+ Community - Assignment: #facelessportraitHow well has “The Breakfast Club” aged? I watched it with my teenage son to find out. - The Washington Post4 Year Old Boy Plays Piano Better Than Any Master - YouTubeThe Things We Do For Love: Why Self-Investing Isn't Self-Indulgence - Process DrivenList — Bill WadmanWilliam Albert AllardWilliam Albert Allard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaWilliam Albert Allard on Being a Nat Geo Photographer: You Have to CareThe Candid Frame #105 - William Albert Allard | The Candid Frame: A Photography PodcastThis week's OTP is sponsored by Lynda.com - Get your free 10-day trial! and by Squarespace - Get 10% off with offer code 'OTP'
Rank #2: 325: Closing The Loop. This week, we close the loop on 325 episodes of talking about photography, creativity, and sometimes just the ups and downs of life in general. It has been such a privilege to be a small part of your lives for the past six years. Speaking for myself, I am a better person for having done this show, though I would imagine Bill feels the same. This show has—in no uncertain terms—changed my life and whether you have listened to one episode or all of them, thank you for making time in your lives for us each and every week. I don’t think either one of us know what’s next, but I do know that we would love to keep the conversations going. Thank you again for six amazing years. Links for this episode:Pete Souza, Photographer to Reagan and Obama, Would Turn Down Trump | Here's The Thing | WNYC StudiosProjections5by5 | On Taking Pictures #43: Artistic MonkhoodConnections Episode 1: The Trigger Effect : James Burke : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet ArchiveOpen Broadcaster Software | HomeBack to School - WikipediaEyes This Way - MP3William Eggleston: Democratic Camera, Photographs and Video, 1961-2008 (Whitney Museum of American Art): Elisabeth Sussman, Thomas Weski, Tina Kukielski, Stanley Booth, Donna De Salvo: 9780300126211: Amazon.com: BooksPete Souza PhotographyPete Souza (@petesouza) • Instagram photos and videosPete Souza - WikipediaThe President's Photographer: Fifty Years Inside the Oval Office | PBSPals with Bill WadmanProcess Driven - Jeffery Saddoris