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Create. Photography. is a podcast about the creative side of photography. Host Daniel Sigg will discuss a broad range of topics that are meant to inspire and hope to provide new perspectives. This is a podcast for anyone interested in photography and making photographs. Each show will focus on one topic or theme that relates to the creative side of photography; the show is a mix of solo shows and interviews. A companion website will include show notes, and links to resources.
 
"To take a photograph is to align the head, the eye and the heart. It's a way of life." Henri Cartier-Bresson. Whatever your level of engagement with photography The Photographic Life Podcast explains the realities of working with and learning about the medium. Each week photographer, writer, lecturer, filmmaker and BBC Radio contributor Dr. Grant Scott reflects on news, discussions, themes and issues surrounding the photographic community. He also asks a photographer to supply him with an a ...
 
If you are a Wedding Filmmaker then the Wedding Film School Show is for you. Hosted by Jason McCutchen and Jared Haskell of Stopgolove and Huxley Film, we dive into the depths of how to run a wedding filmmaking biz in the wedding industry. From gear talk, to industry interviews, to straight up mathy business topics, we cover a lot of ground. Give us a subscribe and let us know what you want hear about next!
 
The entire world of film photography! SilvergrainClassics editors Marwan & Charys and Erik of Studio Kreativkommune podcast host artists, gearheads, and industry leaders. Get connected to the worldwide analog community with the podcast from the world’s premiere print journal for film photography.
 
Join the Shutter Brothers, Kevin and Kelley Lane, as they journey ever onward toward a return to film photography. Each new episode will feature specific film related topics, such as cameras, film selection, home processing, and photography techniques, and the brothers will attempt to answer your questions, too. It's all about putting the "fun" back into photography!
 
Perspective is a podcast for wedding creatives, hosted by UK based wedding filmmakers Simon & Gregg. Together, as Cinemate they sit down, often with a special guest and talk about their many years of experience in the wedding industry. Each episode is an open and honest conversation aimed to educate those new to the industry or to those in the front line running a wedding business.
 
The Internet's only live, weekly, visual journalism roundtable dicussion podcast. Each week we bring on new and interesting subject matter experts to talk about the news, topics and gear that affect the photojournalism, broadcast journalism and documentary filmmaking career fields. Learn more about the show, continue the discussion or discover our various social media outlets at www.aroundthelens.com.
 
A podcast primarily dedicated to traditional film photography including darkroom processes. Topics may vary from opinions, interviews, how-to, camera operations, field-notes, alternative processes, or other film photography-related topics. Brought to you fortnightly by Bob St-Cyr from the Fraser Valley in British Columbia, CANADA. Opinions, commentary and ideas shared on the podcast belong to the respective authors/speakers alone.
 
PLEASE GO TO SCOTT WITTENBURG.COM FOR THE LATEST PODCAST NEWS/UPDATES! Hosted by photography instructor Scott Wittenburg, this podcast is for anybody who wants to learn the secrets of taking better photos traditionally or digitally. Tips on cameras, composition, lighting and digital imaging in Photoshop are among the topics to be covered.
 
Join professional musician Emily Merrell for conversations with artists of all kinds. We'll peel back the layers of mystery surrounding our talents and skills, our hustles, our impostor syndromes, our muses, our beliefs about the origins of creativity, and about what it means to be "successful" in our professions. Mediums include: studio art, graphic design, dance, cooking, illustration, creative writing, storytelling, comedy, music composition, music performance, film making, acting, produc ...
 
FILMMAKERS ON with THE JHORTON is a podcast dedicated to helping filmmakers learn how to make more money from their independent movies. Learn how to navigating indie film distribution and marketing with J. Horton and hear Interviews with real working class filmmakers, sharing their successes and failures, hosted by Sean A. Reid.This podcast discusses all aspects of the business of show including post production, production, filmmaking tips, film festivals, editing, directing, producing, film ...
 
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Full show notes here: allthroughalens.com T-shirt Bundle pre-sale: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1031892211/all-through-a-lens-t-shirt-and-stuff-pre On this episode, we’re talking to Heartless Twyla (@heartlesstwyla on IG) about her new book that revisits a traumatic past; we’ll tell you all about Hansel Mieth, a photographer of the working poor who…
 
We are back with the usual gang with a long episode! Our guest this week is John Money (IG johntmoney , IG _john_tm ) ! We talk out about how John got into photography, Andre's new family heirloom Leica and Cinestill BWXX in 120 format, Jess goes to the west coast and ruins some packfilm negatives, and Mike gives a shout out to Alex Luyckx (IG alex…
 
Finally after quite some time, I get to share my conversation with Ciaran. A UK based photographer, Ciaran has been able to put together a fantastic series of portraits, focusing on his network and friend group. His project, Queer Acts of Resistance is calming, powerful, and thought provoking. It was great learning about this and other topics: the …
 
Others have copied their concept since they started in 2012, but none has reached their amazingly consistent quality and customer satisfaction. Albert Roig, one of the founders of Carmencita Film Lab, spoke with us about the concepts that have made the business such a success and how they are growing and adapting. Carmencita Film Lab Homepage: http…
 
Michael Raso and John Fedele discuss scanning your film with the Negative Supply new Basic 35mm DSLR Film Scanner, new documentary I Found Your Film, Book of the Month, Camera Review and more. Show Notes: https://filmphotographyproject.com/podcast/2021/05/film-photography-podcast-272/ Check out the Negative Supply DSLR 35mm Film Scanner - https://f…
 
Leica M6 • Summicron 50mm • Rollei Retro 400s Story telling. It’s one of my favorite aspects of the humans. People love to hear stories. Some people are great at telling stories. In this episode I share my thoughts on how story telling integrates with photography. Enjoy. A Book That Will Literally Change Your Life! Ghosts and the Aesthetic of the P…
 
Darin: Polaroid-Week auf Flickr, Polaroid, Edwin Land, Pinhole Day, Solargrafie, This Person does not exist, DeepPrivacy (Chris’ Galerie), Holgi war im Rhein-Center (Flickr) Der Video-Teil als Video Bilderschau: Am Nebenlmeer, The Fog, Amalberga (Geschichte) Fragen: Fotografen-Empfehlungen (Foto Bücherwand), Neue Software, Fotografen folgen, Sehr w…
 
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage reflects on the experience of the pandemic in new BBC film, A Pandemic Poem: Where Did The World Go? Interspersed with interviews from people across the UK, the poem chronicles the pandemic from the first lockdown to the rollout of the vaccination programme. What one memory would you choose if you had to live it forever…
 
On this weeks show we're delighted to be joined by Stephen Dowling of Kosmo Foto to hear all about his new line of film, Agent Shadow, and the Kickstarter that's launching it. LINKS: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kosmofoto/kosmo-foto-agent-shadow-35mm-bandw-film-and-the-36-frames https://kosmofoto.com/ https://www.instagram.com/kosmofoto/?hl…
 
You can shoot the most amazing photos using the best gear you can afford, but it doesn’t mean anything if the pixels you capture aren’t saved to a storage card. In this episode, Kirk and Jeff talk about SD cards: what do the symbols on the card stand for? What speeds are good? How best to transfer images from the camera to the computer? What capaci…
 
In this weeks episode of Film School Friday, Corey and Bill are talking about TV refresh rates, Tom Cruise, and how the two are related. Links Tom Cruise PSA https://www.infocuspodcast.com Looking for more episodes? Check here Get In Touch Follow In Focus Podcast and our hosts on Instagram: @infocuspod, @austinallen, and @bill.cornelius. Media and …
 
The mailbag Photowalk show is from South Devon this week in the south west of England. A dawn chorus, returning to Chernobyl, how the 'Merikans fish, exploring abandoned buildings, making your own podcast, French photography, what makes a good street photo, photographing the first thing you see and I share a secret I didn't dare tell my late parent…
 
The whole gang is back together around the round table (virtually)! Back earlier in the year John was clearing out some of his boxes of strange M42 lenses and came across four 'fourth party' lenses and decided that they would make excellent fodder for a future CCR episode and handed them out through random draw to everyone. And today the episode fi…
 
Noel Gallagher discusses his new album Back the Way We Came: Vol 1, a Greatest Hits compilation from a decade of his band High Flying Birds that he formed once Oasis broke up in 2011.In the week that the Football Association has appointed its first ever female chair, playwright Amanda Whittington talks to John Wilson about her play Atalanta Forever…
 
Today Jake and Sherry chat with Nancy Bueler, we chat about film communities, Holgas and peel apart film. Nancy is also a member of the Toronto Film Shooters as well as many online groups. You can check out her work on IG: @nikon_girlie also you can find the hosts of the show on IG: @jakerosephoto @ruralrouteonefilm OR you can e-mail the show at em…
 
This week Valérie shares a new conversation with her good friend Joshua Coombes, founder of #DoSomethingForNothing. Many of you are familiar with Josh and his work, as well as the photo documentary project I did on the streets of NYC and Paris a few years ago. We published two ebooks together as a way to support Josh’s work. Today, Josh has a new b…
 
In dieser Folge reden wir über ein zentrales Thema: das Lesen von Zutatenlisten auf den Produkten aus dem Supermarkt. Dazu erklären wir anhand aktueller Beispiele aus unserer eigenen Speisekammer, was drauf stehen muss, wie man Gluten erkennt, was die Hersteller dürfen und was nicht. In der Rubrik ‘Frag Trudel’ heute Michelle mit mehreren Fragen zu…
 
Finding the right tool for job sounds easy, right? This Bringing It All Back Home episode attempts to chart the fun yet bumpy Minolta labyrinth, a quest to find the the right analog gear for (vintage Raleigh English 3 speed) boardwalk bike rides. It starts with an outrageously lucky eBay Buy-It-Now on a rare black XD-11, takes a few loops & left tu…
 
Diese Folge als Video schauen> Aus der Preshow: Der gute Ton, Apfel ist gegessen, Nerdkompatibel Playdate, Voltigieren by Chris> Heute mit: Impfgeisterchen, iOS15, Capture One, Adobe Lightroom Classic> Fast immer dienstags, gerne mal um 18:00 Uhr: >Happy Shooting Live>. Täglich im >Slack> mitmachen – auch Audio-/Videokommentare werden gern angenomm…
 
Danny Elfman has composed the score for over 100 films including Batman, Men in Black, Edward Scissorhands, as well as writing The Simpsons theme tune. Before he worked in film he was a rock musician in a band called Oingo Boingo, and when the movie industry went into lockdown he used the opportunity to return to his rock roots. He’s just released …
 
This weeks guest is the wonderful Allister Ann! We had such an awesome time getting to hear all about Allister's journey in the photography realm, her time with The Civil Wars and Kenny Chesney. We also get to hear all about her passion for directing music videos and her hopes to create a feature film in the future! Such a great conversation and we…
 
In episode 163 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed reflecting on multi-faceted image making, still images in film narrative, avoiding meaningless catchphrases, and suggesting a photographer from the past to check out that you may not of heard of.Plus this week photographer David Corio takes on the challenge of supplying Grant with an…
 
Watch this on video | Join us on Discord for more TFOP chat! Despite the lack of clarity regarding its pronunciation, the GIF has left a lasting impression on our internet culture. As the first web-based looping video format it is now part of memes and the general vocabulary that we use every day in messengers and social media. It sort of started w…
 
Watch this on video | Join us on Discord for more TFOP chat! Despite the lack of clarity regarding its pronunciation, the GIF has left a lasting impression on our internet culture. As the first web-based looping video format it is now part of memes and the general vocabulary that we use every day in messengers and social media. It sort of started w…
 
Today two stories featuring humanitarian photojournalist Jason Florio. In the first we talk about a photo expedition he took with his wife and business partner Helen Jones-Florio along the Gambia River, which sounds beautifully romantic and exotic in equal measure, but doesn’t come without its wildlife challenges as you’re about to find out. And th…
 
The artist Ai Weiwei has just unveiled his seven-metre-tall Gilded Cage at Blenheim Palace, a sculpture which addresses the international migrant crisis. He discusses this, as well as the largest exhibition of his work ever staged, in Lisbon, and why he has now made Portugal his home.In the run-up to the awarding of the Women’s Prize for Fiction 20…
 
Today I'm talking to the filmmaker behind the powerful documentary Wilmington on Fire. Christopher breaks down how he got the film completed and saw a ton of success four walling his film in regional theaters throughout the southeast. We also get into some film festival and general marketing talk. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thejhorto…
 
Team building is a buzz word in our industry, and most people exclusively mean adding scale by adding additional teams for shooting MORE weddings but the truth is your team is so much more. Team-building is a part of EVERY wedding creative professionals business, not just studios with large teams. We all need other people involved in our business t…
 
Matt McGee is a Nashville Tennesee based Underwater Fashion Photographer. Matt works with models underwater to create beautiful dreamlike and ethereal images. Today Matt talks about the challenges of working with models underwater, how to create a vision for your image, and easy ways you can dip your toes in and get started. In This Episode You'll …
 
Alan Michael Braufman (performing as Alan Braufman and Alan Michael); is an American jazz saxophonist, flutist and composer.He graduated from Boston’s Berklee College of Music in 1973, then moved to NYC where he and several other musicians occupied a vacant building at 501 Canal Street in lower Manhattan. The building, where the total rent came to …
 
Here we go people! This week on the show we chat with cinematographer Polly Morgan ASC BSC about her work on A Quiet Place II. We chat about the challenges of carrying on from the first film, finding the language of the story, and all the ups and downs along the way. Lots of great stuff in this one and it was awesome to chat with Polly. Enjoy! Adva…
 
Florian Zeller’s play The Father was hailed as a masterpiece. Zeller made his debut as a director with his film of it, and Sir Anthony Hopkins won an Oscar for his performance as the patriarch sliding into dementia. Zeller tells Kirsty Lang how he was determined to make a film, rather a film version of a play, and how he makes the audience experien…
 
This week Ryan and Ty step into the world of Alfonso Cuarón, and talk about his semi-autobiographical Oscar winner - Roma. It's a great film with a lot to talk about, both in terms of craft and thematic elements. The behind the scenes documentary called "Road to Roma" (also on Netlfix) comes up so if you enjoy the movie and want to hear more from t…
 
Neale is taking a well-earned break, so Gemma joins Kevin at the helm as they steer the good ship Fujicast into several Icebergs. We discuss what makes us successful and more GAS. Are we buying cameras because they look cool or because they do the job? Just why haven’t Kev and Neale kept their promise to Gemma, and what is the right thing to wear t…
 
I got the chance to chat with one of my favorite photographers, Alex Harper. Her style is so unique, interesting, and captivating, as she photographs many of today's great artists. I thoroughly enjoyed learning about her journey in photography and how she has gotten to where she is today. Here are some of the topics we cover: artistry runs in her f…
 
On this weeks (belated) show we hear how John's work in preparation for his collaborative exhibition is going, how Clare's work in preparation for her part in the Experimental Photography festival is proceeding, and how Graeme flooded his shed with fixer. Not everyone can be doing something great I guess. On top of that we have a great and thought …
 
This week host Rumaan Alam talks to literary magazine editor Brigid Hughes, who started her career as an intern with the Paris Review and went on to be its executive editor before leaving and starting her own magazine, A Public Space. In the interview, Brigid explains what the editor of a literary magazine does and how she works with authors to une…
 
In episode #43 host Brett Stanley chats with Hal Wells, safety diver and co-owner of Hollywood Divers. Hal shares with us his experiences working on film sets, how he plans for underwater productions, and what it’s like to deal with talent and crew under the water. They also discuss what it’s like being addicted to scuba diving, and how water peopl…
 
Actress and writer Joanna Scanlan - best known for her comedic roles in tv series such as The Thick of It, Getting On and No Offence - talks to Tom about her role as Mary Hussain an Islam convert in Aleem Khan’s moving debut feature After Love.Journalist Lee Trewhela discusses the close of Cornish theatre company, Kneehigh after more than 40 years.…
 
In this weeks episode of Film School Friday, Corey and Bill are talking about locations and some things to keep in mind when you start scouting. Links https://www.infocuspodcast.com Looking for more episodes? Check here Get In Touch Follow In Focus Podcast and our hosts on Instagram: @infocuspod, @austinallen, and @bill.cornelius. Media and other i…
 
The walking photography mailbag show of the week is truly international this week, with stories from the US about the tallest stainless steel monument in the world, 'Trigger's English lighthouse, beautiful waterfalls in Norway, a Scottish well that will cure your ills, an Iraqi pilgrimage, plus we talk creative block, stress and anxiety. A real mix…
 
Sierra Leone’s best-known journalist, Sorious Samura, discusses his documentary, Sing, Freetown. After growing tired of hearing only negative stories from Africa, the film follows Sorious and playwright Charlie Haffner’s journey to create a play that shows the true Sierra Leone. The entire Liverpool Biennial, the UK’s largest festival of contempora…
 
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