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National Portrait Gallery

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Art, biography, history and identity collide in this podcast from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Join Director Kim Sajet as she chats with artists, historians, and thought leaders about the big and small ways that portraits shape our world.
 
Tales, techniques, tricks and tantrums from one of the UK‘s top portrait photographers. Never just about photography but always about things that excite - or annoy - me as a full-time professional photographer - from histograms to history, from apertures to apathy, from motivation to megapixels. Essentially anything that might be useful if you‘re a portrait artist.
 
Let's cut through the noise! This is your one Stop solution for everything you need to make your portrait business a success! Hosted by the Portrait Paradigm–five legends in the world of Portrait Photography–this podcasts shares the foundational principles upon which they have each built long-lasting, successful businesses. They'll cover such topics as branding, marketing, photographic style, sales, client experience, and so much more. Join Michael Taylor and Sony Artisan Monica Sigmon, Tim ...
 
Portrait of Us is a living, transforming and growing collection of people’s stories from the Nomadic Photo Ark a converted cargo trailer that equipped with a photo darkroom and studio. Each week we share a new story or set of stories along with our thoughts and some background information. portraitofus.substack.com
 
The PET PORTRAIT ARTIST Podcast is all about creating a successful career drawing pets where I will share and speak only from my experience as a pet portrait artist. I have been drawing pets for over 5 years now, going through all the possible phases of this career and, with this podcast, I want to help those who are just starting out as a pet portrait artist or who need advice on this topic because if I succeeded, surely you will too! I will post a new episode each week, on Mondays at 14 pm ...
 
Embedded - an NPR Original longform podcast - journeys alongside the world's biggest headlines, exploring how and why things happen the way they do. From the stories behind police shootings caught on video, to visiting a town ravaged by the opioid epidemic; from the class-and-race dialogues buried inside the World Cup to living alongside NRA evangelists, we take a topic and inhabit it to explore what's been sealed off, undisclosed, or never brought to life - and return with a deeply-reported ...
 
Presenting Fearless Portraits, stories of women leaders, innovators, and trailblazers. Some of them are well-known, some are obscure, all of them worked to make a difference in the world. In each episode, you’ll learn the story of an amazing changemaker in the time it takes to drink your morning coffee. Fearless Portraits is hosted by Dan Landau, a New Jersey-based visual artist who repurposes maps and other items with ink drawings and intricate papercutting to create portraits of people and ...
 
Love, marriage… and a secret history of trauma. Anna Maria Tremonti has been keeping her past a secret for over 40 years. As one of Canada’s most respected journalists, she has a reputation for being fearless and hard-hitting. She’s reported from some of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones. But none were as immediately threatening as life at home. In her early 20s, she fell in love with a man who seemed worldly and charming. Behind closed doors he was incredibly violent. They were only ...
 
If you are considering starting a part-time photography business or you’re already running one, then the Photography Side Hustle podcast is for you. Start your own photography side hustle and stop living paycheck to paycheck. Build a business you love, working the hours you like. Join Andy Jones weekly, and he’ll show you how easy it is to make extra cash with your camera.
 
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Bedrock, USA

iHeartPodcasts and Bloomberg CityLab

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Bedrock, USA is a podcast about political extremism, small town life and the fight for democracy, hosted by Laura Bliss, a reporter at Bloomberg CityLab. In a super-divided, pandemic-era America awash in conspiracies and misinformation, it’s about a group of people who didn’t like what they saw happening in their local governments, and decided to get involved - whether that meant holding a rally, running for office, recalling an official or storming their government with bullhorns and threat ...
 
In 1985, in Texas, Jayson Woodward stepped outside of her home and was abducted, raped, and held hostage, until she managed to escape her assailant. He was captured on the border between the United States and Mexico. Three unknown armed men would later kidnap Jayson's rapist from a Mexican jail, and bring him back to Texas, where he was found in a park, in his underwear, by Texas law enforcement. An incredible true crime story of a terrible crime that became an international incident, as wel ...
 
A true crime podcast with a different point of view. Every week, Alice and Brett bring their unique perspective as prosecutors to the most famous cold case mysteries of all time. Murder, mayhem, disappearances, you name it. If it's true crime, they're on the case. Custom case art by Hannah Hill. https://instagram.com/serious_moonlite?igshid=lhy8ijowoc9p
 
A pebble in the shoe of the Prison Industrial Complex. Notes From The Pen is a modern portrait of American incarceration told, in real time, through a series of fifteen-minute phone calls between two special degenerates on opposite sides of a prison wall. Our website: Notesfromthepen.com Check out our reviews: https://www.podparadise.com/Podcast/Reviews/1518819034
 
A bilingual podcast with interviews about all sort of topics with people that I find interesting and I paint or draw a portrait for each guest. TOP 20 Best UK Funny Podcasts of 2021 by beststartup.co.uk; TOP 6 Favorite Podcasts by The European Network. Buy me a coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/moldovanabroad My name is Daniela, I am from Republic of Moldova and I moved abroad in 2007. My podcast is chat-based, personal and relaxed. Podcast bilingv: română și engleză. Interviuri cu oameni ...
 
Feeling the whole “starving artist” vibe in your portrait photography business, and unsure how you will ever make more money? Join Karinda K. as she shares her biggest secrets to building a multi 6 figure photography brand while simplifying your business and working less. Listen in each week as she shares mindset and money tips that are the foundation to building a profitable photography business that is unique to you. We will dive into everything from your client experience to in-person sal ...
 
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In Deep

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In Deep

American Public Media

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In Deep is a podcast about water, climate and environment from The Water Main at American Public Media. In Season 1, we tackled the strangely fascinating yet troubling world of clean water -- from tap to toilet. Season 2 shines a light on environmental equity with a rich journalistic portrait of a working-class city and its residents at a perilous moment in our planet's existence.
 
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Portrait

Sightline Arts

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Portrait is a podcast about looking closer. Each season tells stories of characters experiencing art and connecting to real locations in unexpected ways. Take a closer look at Portrait by going to @portraitthepodcast on Instagram. Season 2 Credits: Written by B. Walker Sampson Direction, editing, and sound design by Arlen Ginsburg Artwork by Jennifer Radil Performances by Tamsen Glaser, Elina Kanellopoulou, Arlen Ginsburg, Serra Hirsch, Chris Carr, and Tatiana Pavela. Produced by Sightline, ...
 
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Planet Visionaries

Rolex and The Washington Post Creative Group

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Planet Visionaries spotlights climate innovators who are helping to solve some of the world’s most challenging environmental issues. In each episode, host Alex Honnold, an adventure rock climber and outdoor advocate, will talk to one of those leaders to learn about their work, background and what motivates them to preserve the earth. Listeners will hear from the world’s most renowned ocean explorer, a man who has dedicated his life to protecting penguins, a volcanologist who found a way to p ...
 
The Nature Photography Show Podcast is dedicated, as you might guess, to all things nature photography. The episodes cover all aspects of nature photography with perhaps a little, sports, aviation, lighting, and portrait, photography tossed in (I love it all). We will also discuss gear and gadgets to help you in the field. Mixed in with these episodes are interviews with the industries best photographers and news as it affects photography.
 
Not just another bad movie podcast, Blank Check reviews directors' complete filmographies episode to episode. Specifically, the auteurs whose early successes afforded them the rare ‘blank check’ from Hollywood to produce passion projects. Each new miniseries, hosts Griffin Newman and David Sims delve into the works of film’s most outsized personalities in painstakingly hilarious detail. Produced by Ben Hosley.
 
Welcome to the Art and Soul Show where we dive heart-opening chats on photography, business, life and that messy in-between. You're more than a photographer. You're an artist, a dreamer, a business boss, and a creative. Listen in for conversations and advice on running a photography business, mindset, and creativity. This is the place you can go when you need a boost of encouragement, a kick in the pants, and inspiration to pick up your camera.
 
It’s a question we ask (and get asked) all the time: “How are you?” And normally we just respond with “Fine!” even if we’re totally dying inside, so everyone can go about their day. But it’s not always all that fine, is it? “Terrible, Thanks For Asking” is a show by author Nora McInerny that lets real people get real honest about how they’re really doing. It’s sometimes sad, sometimes funny, and almost always both. Produced by Nora McInerny and Feelings & Co.
 
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I’ve been working hard collecting new stories and drawing portraits of amazing women that will be coming to your podcast feed for Season 2 in the new year. But for now, here is an interview I did this week with John and Rachel, hosts of the YaJagoff! show on Pittsburgh’s Q92.9 FM about the Fearless Portraits art project.…
 
Today on The Portrait System Podcast, host Nikki Closser interviews highly awarded NZ-based photographer Tony Carter who built an incredibly successful career over the course of 30 years without selling a single digital. Listen in as Tony tells his story and get inspired! To become a member of The Portrait System and learn more about the business o…
 
Premium Members, click here to access this interview in the premium area. Walid Azami of www.walidazami.com is a celebrity photographer and commercial director based in Los Angeles. He got his start in photography by working with Madonna and contributing to her many projects. He realised then photography was going to be his thing. He has since phot…
 
In the summer of 2021 we were living in an RV park in Birch Bay Washington. Towards the end of our time there we invited our neighbors in the park to come and sit for a portrait. Jennifer and Reed were some of the first people to take us up on the offer and it was wonderful to get to know them more. After the interview they invited us to their home…
 
Starting as a pet portrait artist, like any other business, is difficult but possible! There's plenty of room for everyone in this niche, imagine how many millions of pets there are around the world waiting to be drawn. I sat down and wrote down all the questions I had when I first took this step that I wished I had an answer to back then. This epi…
 
When Catherine Hoggle's young daughter and son disappeared, she disappeared with them. But when she was found, she was found alone. And the children? They were somewhere safe, she said. That was 2014, and the kids haven't been seen since. In the meantime, Catherine has been in a mental facility, waiting to see whether she will ever be mentally comp…
 
“We have some bad news, sir. The Rembrandt is gone again,” the investigating officer told the gallery director at the Dulwich Picture Gallery. Rembrandt painted during the 17th century, and as part of his completed works you’ll find a portrait of a man named Jacob de Gheyn III, an engraver who commissioned the painting. The piece has since been nic…
 
Part 1 of our Red River Campaign episode explores the dichotomy between political generals and hard-nosed professional soldiers before surveying American Civil War action in Louisiana. We also get to meet Union General (and former Speaker of the House) Nathaniel Banks and U.S. Navy hero Admiral David Dixon Porter--along with Rebel Generals Richard …
 
A couple of weeks ago, we judged the British Institute Of Professional Photographers (BIPP) 2022 national print competition. I have always loved being a judge and now, in my role as Chair Of Qualifications And Awards for the BIPP, I couldn't be happier! I get to see so many incredible images and sit with so many incredible photographers. It's one o…
 
It's true -- Earth's near orbit is filled with all sorts of stuff. Most of it is mundane, and most people honestly don't think about it too often. But, just recently, a mysterious unmanned craft landed after more than 900 days out there in the inky depths of space, prompting Ben and Matt to ask: What the heck is the X-37B actually doing up there --…
 
When Natalie Weaver stepped into the media spotlight to advocate for her 8-year-old daughter Sophia’s right to health care, she expected some pushback. She didn’t expect the flood of online hate and death threats that came her way … or for images of Sophia to end up on the wrong, hurtful, abusive side of the Internet. Learn more about Natalie’s wor…
 
Is there anything cuter than a squishy little baby wrapped up and surrounded by soft accessories? Their cute faces make photographing babies such a joy, even though their wiggly limbs and curious parents can make those newborn photography sessions hard work! Today, Megan Macdonald shares just how much she loves photographing babies, shopping for th…
 
On April 30th, 1945, one of the most infamous men in recent history died by his own hand as Allied forces bore down on his bunker. At least, that’s the official story. Yet for decades historians and theorists across the planet have questioned this narrative -- so what actually happened to Adolf Hitler? They don’t want you to read our book. They don…
 
Pulled from Ep #19 dated 2020: Bobby gets an early call out for a rare road trip to a local hospital for a CT scan. The experience is nothing like Bobby, or myself, expected and is a reminder of the psychological effects that extended prison sentences can have. If you liked this episode please visit Notes From The Pen on Patreon and sign up - it he…
 
No one knows when Emperor Constantine installed the gilded Triumphal Quadriga sculpture in his new capital city, Constantinople, near the triumphal arch which led to the Hippodrome. How it got to Constantinople has been lost to the ages, and, so is its origin story. What we do know is these four horses have traveled from Chios to Constantinople; to…
 
A boy goes to a science fair at school, but never comes home. Suspicion quickly falls on his step-mother, but the police investigation seems to grind to a halt. So we are left to wonder. What happened to Kyron Horman? Sponsors: The Prosecutors Podcast is sponsored by Better Help. BetterHelp.com/PROSECUTORS for 10 percent off StoryWorth.com/tp for $…
 
In episode #53 host Brett Stanley chats with freedive champion, film maker, and underwater performer Julie Gautier. Julie’s films are a beautifully visual insight into not just the mind of a freediver, but also into the powerful messages that water can convey through imagery and dance. She talks about her journey from freediver to film maker, and w…
 
Fun fact: Old-school marketing is not dead. Often it’s the simplest tools that can make the biggest impact. My number one go-to marketing tool is email. It may sound old-fashioned, but it still stands as a powerful way to reach customers and get your message out there. One of the main reasons I love email marketing is its accessibility. You don’t n…
 
Scientists have spotted a black hole energy beam as bright as 1,000 trillion suns pointed directly at Earth. Major tax-filing websites are secretly sharing income data with Meta. Over in San Francisco, law enforcement is deploying robots armed with explosives. All this and more in this week's Strange News. They don’t want you to read our book. They…
 
As a person and a business owner, it is incredibly important that we are protective of our time and energy and we start to recognize the things in our life that do not contribute in a positive way. In this week’s episode, we will talk about how we can perform an audit of our life and business to identify the things we need to kick to the curb. We w…
 
Welcome to NPS Archives Episode 01 In this episode I interview Enrico Fossati! This interview was originally recorded in September of 2019. Where to find Enrico: Website: www.enricofossati.it Instagram: www.instagram.com/enrico.fossati Vero: vero.co/enricofossati Facebook: www.facebook.com/enricofossatiphotography FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE SHOW Websi…
 
In episode 83 - This week I've been looking at entry-level mirrorless bodies and prime lenses. I look at the Sony A7II, Fujifilm X-T30 mk2, Nikon Z50, and the Canon R10. Join the Facebook Group and ask as many questions as you like. Cloudways hosting, you receive $25 on signup and so do I. Visit 50mmframework.com and become a Member. It's free and …
 
Hong Kong health expert Professor Malik Peiris relates the lessons from the devastation there earlier this year. UK virologist Dr Tom Peacock reveals the unusual origins and evolution of omicron, and explains the risks of dangerous new variants. New studies from China are revealing further SARS-like viruses in the wild; Professor Eddie Holmes says …
 
Bugs! So many bugs! And…Richard Dreyfuss?? The Bug Queen Emma Stefansky returns to the podcast to celebrate all the creepy crawlies in 1996’s JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH. We’re talking about stone fruit, Randy Newman, and cinema’s sexiest spider in this episode. Plus, we rank our favorite bugs AND our favorite Roald Dahl adaptations, and we learn abo…
 
It's true -- Earth's near orbit is filled with all sorts of stuff. Most of it is mundane, and most people honestly don't think about it too often. But, just recently, a mysterious unmanned craft landed after more than 900 days out there in the inky depths of space, prompting Ben and Matt to ask: What the heck is the X-37B actually doing up there? T…
 
Hong Kong health expert Professor Malik Peiris relates the lessons from the devastation there earlier this year.UK virologist Dr Tom Peacock reveals the unusual origins and evolution of omicron, and explains the risks of dangerous new variants.New studies from China are revealing further SARS-like viruses in the wild; Professor Eddie Holmes says th…
 
Manhattan is home to some of the world's most iconic buildings -- but it's also home to something more mysterious: A looming, windowless skyscraper in the heart of Tribeca. The press doesn't have much to say about it, and neither does the telecom that owns the building. So what exactly is going on inside? Tune in as Ben, Matt and Noel explore bizar…
 
If you are a studio photographer and you are used to controlling your light and circumstances, I know that shooting on location can completely freak you out. Trust me, even as a veteran photographer - wedding & portraits - preferring natural light, going on location can still freak me out at times. The thing we know is that you can’t control everyt…
 
Billions of years ago, something about the size of Mars smacked into Earth, launching tons of debris that later became the moon. This means life on Earth has always existed beneath this natural satellite -- so how can the moon affect us? Are all those stories about full moons and erratic behavior true? They don’t want you to read our book. They don…
 
Even if you’ve done dozens of sessions, photographing a new baby can feel a little intimidating. What do you do if a baby doesn’t want to sleep? How do you get a rambunctious toddler to cooperate? And when do you finally start to feel confident as a newborn photographer? When it comes to newborn photographers, Sissi Wang is one of the best, and she…
 
Paying attention to the details is what will separate you from the others and yes, they must be mastered. However, what trumps details are the expressions, so there is a balance in every session between tweaking the details and capturing those magical and highly perishable moments. Know when to fix things that are amiss...and know when to step away…
 
For millenia people across the planet have reported seeing bizarre objects in the sky. However, efforts to collect and analyze these reports have often fallen victim to poor methodology, a lack of funding or an overt agenda. Luckily, the situation has changed for the better in recent years. So what does the latest info tell us about UFO sightings? …
 
Napoleon once stole several of its panels. The Nazis; they took the whole thing. The Ghent Altarpiece, also known as Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, has been the victim of more than a dozen crimes, including several thefts. Commissioned in the 15th century, it is, today, considered the most famous Flemish painting from the Renaissance period. Since i…
 
John is the CEO and founder of cosimo.art, if you are either an artist, an art lover, art collector or just curious about art, you should check the website for sure! This interview is full of practical information and advice and support for artists. If you would like to support my podcast, you can buy me a coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/moldov…
 
Rory Stewart travels across Cumbria and Northumbria from an ancient Quaker meeting house in Brigflatts, to a medieval tower on Newcastle city walls, in search of clues in Basil Bunting's life and work to help understand this neglected masterpiece of twentieth century modernist poetry .It's a landscape that the former MP for Penrith and the Borders …
 
Prison Pony Express, Super Rats, Rat Bastard and Squeal Pigeons are just a few names for prison rats. We get the low down on the types of rats & how they operate behind bars. We're introduced to - Asian Kyle, we learn what dry snitching is, and who could forget Mr. Mayhem...who's not a rat! If you haven't listened to the Mayhem episode yet make sur…
 
Today's guest on The Portrait System Podcast is Pittsburg-based photographer Kaela Speicher. Kaela has a history in the fashion industry and uses this experience to infuse her clients' experience and make them them look amazing! Listen in as Kaela tells us all about her story and her business. To become a member of The Portrait System and learn mor…
 
At a recent summit that I spoke at - I made one of the most controversial statements that had the chat exploding with comments. I told them that I ditched my price list. I decided to ditch my price list years ago. I realized that by having a price list I was letting my clients simply order off a menu like they were at McDonald's when instead I want…
 
Premium Members, click here to access this interview in the premium area. Stacey Brown Randall of www.staceybrownrandall.com first appeared on the podcast for episode 259. She's not a photographer but a Business Growth Accelerator. She helps businesses get more referrals… without actually asking for them. And like she says on her website… WHEN YOU …
 
In episode 82 - I teach you how to use a flash outdoors. This could change the way you take photos. Join the Facebook Group and ask as many questions as you like. Cloudways hosting, you receive $25 on signup and so do I. Visit 50mmframework.com and become a Member. It's free and you get access to all the downloads, including the Pricing Calculator,…
 
A distant planet's atmosphere - NASA's JWST space telescope has unpicked the chemical contents and state of the atmosphere of planet WASP-39b 700 light years away. Astronomer Hannah Wakeford explains.Earth's atmospheric haze and global warming - meteorologist Laura Wilcox warns that atmospheric haze over China and South Asia is masking some of the …
 
We’re wearing our Hot Topic sweatshirts and enunciating every dramatic syllable to pay tribute to one of the greatest animated films of all time - Tim Burton’s (but really Henry Selick’s) THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS. Academy Award-nominated animator and Blankie Michael Rianda (THE MITCHELLS VS. THE MACHINES) joins us to talk about this multi-hol…
 
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