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Best Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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This week Eimear shares her niche use camera kit - a blend of great kit and philosophy. Best of all, Eimear’s kit actually exists and is not a pipe dream like others in the team who have gone before! Tune in to hear of a modular approach, blending hardware, software, sticks (actual sticks) and a step ladder. Picks of the week: Light meter apps, Cam…
 
The very near future of photography for those of us just making first steps into dedicated cameras. What are your options for $£€500? The team all have a go at this question. We get some interesting stuff from Jeremiah ([1](https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1444716-REG/panasonic_lumix_dmc_gx85_mirrorless_micro.html ),2,3) and old-but-good scho…
 
Continuing our theme of niche tools, today it is the turn of editing tools. Led by Jeremiah we show a whole lotta love for the little guys. Ok, they're not all little, but they are clever and useful and fun! Mentioned in the show: Topaz A.I. Gigapixel, Vintage Scene, Tonality, Snap heal, DXO suite, Noiseless, Pixelmator, SilverFX pro, Mylio, Cadrag…
 
Inspired by an article about a niche use case camera kickstarted in 2018, the team have designed their own niche cameras. This week Chris gets to talk about his design which intersting nuances and trade-offs. What did Chris design? What does it mean for the future of camera design? Picks of the week: New Raspberry Pi camera, Lens Flare by BrainFeve…
 
It's new toy week and a massive upgrade to boot! Eimear has a new camera/phone and gives us the first impressions of what it feels like to have new capabilities and creative options. Picks of the week: Canon software to turn your camera into a webcam for conferencing, Multiple anamorphic lenses for your phone and training to help you get the best o…
 
Inspired by an article about a niche use case camera kickstarted in 2018, the team have designed their own niche cameras. This week Adrian gets to talk about his design which is in turn influenced by another camera that somehow didn't become as popular as he thinks it ought to have done. What did Adrian design? What does it mean for the future of c…
 
It’s Part 2 of the conversation where the TFOP team shares their influences. This week it’s Eimear and Adrian sharing their thoughts on who inspires them, what motivates them and candidly discussing whether or not any of that is visible in their work :-). Eimear’s links: Liam Stapleton, Joe Hunt, artist Andy Goldsworth, WB Yeats, Patrick Kavanagh, …
 
Chris and Jeremiah talk about their photographic influences. Irving Penn was a master at both fashion color, black and white global portraiture, and exploring the mundane as astonishing using platinum palladium processes. His grasp at the technical and his outstanding approach to color created a dynamic path to follow. Emulating much of his process…
 
Today we share ideas for creative endeavour in the face of adversity - and lockdown. We discuss artistic inspiration, triny new things at home and even photographing new social behaviour from a safe distance (not TFOP advice that last one). If all else fails, tidy up your archive and refresh your portfolio! Picks of the week: A book of assignments,…
 
Is photography a viable medium for abstraction? A ranging discussion this week on the nature of abstract photography - we cover technique, equipment, serendipity, artistic intent and of course WDTMFTFOP? Some links from the conversation: Man Ray, Stephanie Jung, Decim8, Crazy macro lens, Lens ball. Picks of the week: Learn about abstract photograph…
 
We are in a time of global crisis - fire, flood and virus. What role does photography play in these times? How are we affected as working photographers or hobbyists? This is an extra show slotted into our normal weekly schedule to make sure the conversation is still relevant when it is published. There is some light-hearted stuff to balance the hea…
 
Can photography really capture the essence of another culture when we travel? This is the question Chris has brought back from his recent trip to Lake Baikal in Russia. How do you get to know a culture anyway? Does a camera help or hinder making relationships? What are some good ways to succeed in travel photography? All this and a story about Russ…
 
How can photography help address the climate crisis? Can we document and raise awareness now? In the future will we travel mostly in virtual reality? Is photography actually adding to the crisis by luring us away to exotic places? We know photogrpahy can drive social change - so how do we use it for good? Picks of the week: Edward Burtynsky TED tal…
 
This week we ask the question - how do we move photography forward? Is it harder today because all images look the same? Is it easier because technology makes tools and learning content so easily avaialble? How should we study? How is that different to years ago? All the team have different experiences and expectations from study and practice. Do w…
 
What defines a genre? How does a genre come into favour and then fall out again? We can all name some traditional genres - landscape, reportage, street, portrait... but what about new genres like fishface selfies and cat pics. Do genres breed technology or does technology breed genres? All this and more in TFOP this week! Picks of the week: 3Street…
 
In this episode we ask the team what their favourite thing to photograph is... which genre, favourite subject, what do you return to? Has it always been so? Have you gone through different ‘phases’ over the years ? WDTMFTFOP? Well, it's all personal really - and we're all different, which is a great thing! Picks of the week: Terry Jones RIP, Dark S…
 
Quibi: a new phone-only video streaming service but with quirks. Everything is sliced into 4-10 minute segments. You also get a different angle/camera/scene if you flip your phone between landscape and portrait orientation kept seamless because it is bound to the same soundtrack. Will it succeed? Will it change the face of video production or maybe…
 
This week Eimear and Adrian riff on photo trends for 2020. What's coming? What does it mean for photography - specifically for us? Conversational sources from Fstoppers, Shutterstock and YouTube. Picks of the week: Magnum Streetwise, ‘Mixtape’ Student work from Limerick School of Art & Design @ South Tipperary Arts Centre, South Tipp Arts Podcast w…
 
This week we delve into the world of fads in photography past, present, and future. If you’ve got any to add to our list, let us know! From the early Victorian penchant for post mortem photography, the Cottingley Fairies and hidden mother photography to the more current bread cat (yes, it’s true -google it) just what fads are likely as we go forwar…
 
It’s time for a TFOP workflow update! In Ade's ever-changing work-in-progress photo workflow, what's new? Plenty actually - including a JPEG-based process - also plenty of constructive challenge from the team ;-) Fave tools: Apple SD card dongle, iOS 13 Files app, Apple pencil, Snapseed - non-destructive editing with layers and masks and selective …
 
Welcome to 2020! This week we indulge in some fantastical speculation about the future of photography. Always fun and remember to call it out if we are wrong! Links to all our references and speculations... Jessie Reiser, The Death of Retail, Intrepid Camera, Cameradactyl, The Blind Smartphone Camera Test 2019!, Drone armies, Further out: photograp…
 
Happy Holidays to all our listeners, friends and family! Holidays are a time of photographic opportunity and occasionally obligation. To help you maximise/survive the TFOP team offer these creative ideas. Chris: Move that camera, especially around all those Christmas lights.Ade: Theme a shot - Christmas mugshots with presents - one lens, one light,…
 
Chris and Jeremiah discuss a topic that has always been at the foundation of photography and that in future, with sheer unlimited possibilities, play an even greater role: creativity. What is it, what can it be and where will it go? Picks of the week: 99pi - episode "The Kirkbride Plan", Miyu Kojima, kodokushi (link 2), toothpaste for dinner.…
 
The start of a mammoth conversation on movie making past, present and FUTURE (of course). We talk colour, equipment, vision and story, story, story in this first slice. Picks of the week: 99pi is a great podcast, and this show in particular. This Unreal Engine resource is a glimpse into the future of production. And how about getting inspired by so…
 
Eimear introduces us to land/earth art, with Andy Goldsworthy's art as a great example. We explore how this art form depends on other media and how you would show and present this art to audiences that are not in the position to go there. VR? Photography? And would that become its own new form of art in the process? | Picks of the week: Samir Belha…
 
This week the team slooooww down. Inspired by a news article about an amazing artist, we discuss the benefits of making images more slowly - different approach, different kit, different outcomes | Picks of the week: Solarcan solography, making long exposures on your phone. And set yourself an assignment with friends! Book: Jeff Bridges: Pictures Vo…
 
A techy show this week - how to make moving images by extrapolating for a single still. New technology from MIT that can turn still images into video. Could this be the panacea for all photographers that find video really hard? | A bit of background reading on the reason for the show title. | Picks of the week: [Fuji X-Pro 3](),Crazy niche cameras …
 
Over the history of photography, less and less skill was required to take photos. Photography used to be alchemy: chemistry, glass plates, very skillful processes. Then cameras evolved to free us from the requirement of tech skills. But now we have so much choice, so many tools. Is it now harder to produce great images? | Photo highlights: Trent Mi…
 
Show 100!!!!! A huge thank you to all our listeners for all your support and engagement over the the life of TFOP. This week we indulge ourselves in a little reminiscing, talking about our own imagery and speculating wildly. Fun times! – Photo highlights: Speed of development, Body camera behaviour, photographing a black hole, Christian Stangl's Co…
 
"What do you want to be famous for?" A difficult question to answer perhaps. Even for the TFOP crew there are different views and understandings of the nature of fame. This week we take an existential trip down the fame rabbit hole to find our answers to our darkest needs :-) – Photo highlights: Clare Marie Bailey, Vija Celmins – Picks of the week:…
 
HDR - an opportunity to make amazing images or an abomination? It's a bit like Marmite, you either love it or hate it. But what does it actually mean? What is the difference between older defitions and new tools, toys and workflow? Why can't we turn it off on our phones anymore? Can it be done well? || Photo highlights: Old family Flickr stream, a …
 
A light-hearted look at the cameras we have and why. We see plenty of stats that the market for dedicated cameras is crashing but of course that doesn’t include phones. But even phone sales growth is slowing now. So do we hosts all have a sufficient number of cameras? Is the future of cameras to have more or fewer? How many types do we each have to…
 
So where do we begin with the future of copyright? Understanding the present can be challenging enough. Where does appropriation fit in? How does social media influence copyright? Are there links to social norms about cannabis vs alcohol? Photo highlights: Ihmezentrum Hannover, Portrait taken there,Do an assignment, Alex Fruehmann and painting! Pic…
 
Chris has been crowdsourcing stress. As you might expect, there are some themes: time, the others, pressure, being overwhelmed, clutter, motivation. So what do the TFOP team find stressful? Listen in to find out. Photo highlights of the week: BJP Portrait of Britain, Morten Barker, Gregory Crewdson. Picks of the week: hkcam, Home automation, Cheap …
 
There was a time when a photograph was a statement of social standing. These days though there are many uses from medicine and star mapping to finding your car or a cheaper place to buy that new lens you really need :-).Our conversationthis week explores all sorts of uses for photography so here come lots of links! Liam, Star Chart app, Cortis & So…
 
Adrian has a problem - his new favourite photo was taken with a phone. It would have been challenging to capture with a dedicated camera. This is not just a landscape or selfie, it’s a candid portrait - a real decisive moment. WDTMFTFOP? Photography Highlight is the Nikon Z6. Picks of the week: Scanning instax, Minolta XD-7 (aka XD11 in the US)…
 
Adrian is still on his summer break, but Chris, Eimear and Jeremiah are holding the fort with a discussion about the future of image presentation. They dive into electronic frames, LED screens, renewable paper, architectural skins, fabrics and even augmented reality. Links: Adam Savage at the Washington Mall (Apollo projection mapping), The Imago 1…
 
Not always the sexiest of areas in photography, nonetheless, managing your digital assets is important. Luminar and On1 Photo Raw have recently brought new DAMs to market to compete with established products like Lightroom and Capture One. But there is another way. Instead of big catalogues, automated cloud backup can make images available across a…
 
Is the origin of an image as important as the subject of the image? As innovative camera technologies allow the image makers to go beyond "the decisive moment" enabling the capture of polygons, heat signatures, Infra Red, topographical information and more than the eye can see. As high performing VR cameras enable massive environmental capture - in…
 
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