Best Portraiture podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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PHOTOGRAPHY 101
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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.
 
Recent scholarship on portraiture has become increasingly interested in its status as an interactive art form. Portraits often depict or invite an interactive relationship between sitters and spectators. In this conference, co-organized with the Yale Center for British Art, speakers explore this topic in relationship to British portraiture, of which The Huntington has an especially rich collection.
 
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The Halftone is my chance to visit with photographers to talk with them about what they do, how they do it, and how they got there.
 
Explore portraiture with insights provided by Curators, Historians, and Researchers of the National Portrait Gallery.
 
Two Tasmanian Photographers talk industry
 
Building Your Network is a series of podcast interviews with the leaders in the professional photographic community.
 
Travel photography is all about the people, the food, the architecture, and the culture that make each place a special one. It mixes elements of landscape photography, portraiture and reportage and aims to combine all of these and paint a compelling picture of what it's like to live in a foreign country. Every week we interview a photographer or we host a roundtable discussion on all aspects of travel photography: from planning to scouting locations, from security and the economics of travel ...
 
A charming collection of short stories, dealing with ghosts, magic, and other-worldly events that even the faint of heart will enjoy.1. The Intoxicated Ghost - a woman tries to outsmart a ghost to save the family from financial ruin.2. A Problem In Portraiture - can a man's portrait influence the man he becomes?3. Knitters In The Sun - will a father's curse keep two lovers apart?4. A Comedy In Crape - the death of the town playboy causes a dispute over who is entitled to be chief mourner5. A ...
 
This major international exhibition is the first to explore the role and significance of portraiture within Pop Art, one of the most important and popular artistic movements of the twentieth century. Presenting a visual dialogue between American and British Pop, the exhibition focuses on key portraits by leading artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Peter Blake and Richard Hamilton.
 
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Presented and produced by Seán Delaney On this week's programme I bring you my interview with Professor Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Professor Lawrence-Lightfoot has written 10 books, including The Good High School: Portraits of Character and Culture and The Essential Conversation: What Parents and Teac ...…
 
In this bonus episode, I have a special treat for you. This episode is a collection of unreleased material from previous episodes with guests who are mothers. This podcast series is all about conversation, which is much more than an interview. They're two-sided; not just one-sided Q&A. To that end, I don't keep a list of questions to ask every ...…
 
Sankar Raman immigrated to the U.S. from India in the 1980s to study engineering. After retiring from Oregon’s tech industry last year, he launched the The Immigrant Story, a portraiture and storytelling project meant to build empathy and humanity for immigrants and refugees in the United States. The project is currently seeking submissions for ...…
 
This week's guest is Michael Paragas, a Las Vegas-based photographer who is responsible for the majority of my behind-the-scenes content. Mike was thrown into the photography business with help from his mother, shooting chapel weddings in Vegas casinos. After learning from others and establishing his style, Mike has since moved away from shooti ...…
 
Tim Walden, along with his wife, Beverly, have been professional photographers and educators in the photography industry for over three decades. Their motto is "Do less. Do it better than anyone else." Years ago, the Waldens created one of the best known styles of black and white portraiture that is now recognized around the world. Named "Relat ...…
 
Aaron is, first and foremost, a creative. Following his professional training in musical theatre at the London School of Musical Theatre, Aaron performed in productions, light entertainment and events in venues all over Europe. Following his performance career, Aaron briefly entered the business side of things as a producer, working on two majo ...…
 
Marie Emerson is a photographer based in the Washington metropolitan area. Her artistry primarily focuses on the socioeconomic and political circumstances of societies, illustrating the multi-facets of human emotions as they exist in nature. In addition to art photography, Emerson practices a variety of other genres of photography such as: even ...…
 
In his work across media, Amir H. Fallah interrogates systems of portraiture and representation embedded in the history of Western art. Fallah’s ornate environments combine visual vocabularies of painting and collage with elements of installation and sound to deconstruct modes of identity formation. Portraits of the artist’s veiled subjects emp ...…
 
During his latest tour of India, Ralph Velasco took some time to sit down with his friend Bob Edelstein and ask him about his photography and his travels. Here is what Bob says about himself: “I began taking pictures when my older brother came out of the Army. He had purchased a Pentax Spotmatic in the mid 1960’s. I immediately purchased my own ...…
 
In this episode Allan is frustrated by German swimmers, Adam listens back for a joke, and The Hosers discuss using a wide angle lens for portraiture. For more go to: www.twohosers.com
 
In this episode Allan is frustrated by German swimmers, Adam listens back for a joke, and The Hosers discuss using a wide angle lens for portraiture. For more go to: www.twohosers.com
 
Sarah is spending her summer in Maine interning at a gallery; with limited time and connections, she turns to Tinder to help her find friends in this beautiful state. In episode three Sarah travels to Rockland, ME to meet Drew Cornwall, photographer and current teaching assistant/instructor at Maine Media Workshops + College. As a visual artist ...…
 
In this episode, I have the great pleasure to chat with Catherine Just. You know her photography work of Danielle Laporte or Makenna Held. The episode is slightly longer than usual, but as always with Catherine, we take the time, pause and go deep. Lots of gorgeous gems and food for thoughts dropped. She's a photographer with a really different ...…
 
House Conspiracy's Jonathan O'Brien sits down with April Giblin to chat about colour, queer communities, and the respectful processes that surround telling others' stories. April Giblin experiments with portraiture by using colours to evoke emotion to tell a story. Her art style flirts and blurs the lines between Fauvism, Colour Field, Abstract ...…
 
Joel Daniel Phillips lives and works in San Francisco, CA. His work focuses on large-scale charcoal portraiture exploring the social structures in his immediate surroundings. He is fascinated by the intricacies and commonalities that we share as humans, and he searches for moments when our projected senses of self are transparent, allowing deep ...…
 
Barbara Frish @iphonecameragirl In this episode, Joseph and Dave discuss Fireworks Photography and Portraiture. Producers: Matt DeVore Post Pic of the Week Winner: Barbara Frish @iphonecameragirl App Mentions: Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+, Office Lens Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/tinyshutter-20 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tinyshutte ...…
 
Our next guest on the Traveling Image Makers podcast is none other than Bryan Peterson. Bryan has been a successful commercial photographer for over 35 years whose clients include American Express, Kodak, UPS, Phillips and Citibank. In addition he has received awards from the Communication Arts Photography Annual seven times, Print Magazine fou ...…
 
Originally hailing from Toronto, Canada, Michelle Groskopf is a Los Angeles based photographer. Her work is a mix of photo journalism, portraiture and street photography. She holds a BFA in film and video production from the School Of Visual Arts in New York where she also taught as an adjunct professor in the graduate film and video dept. She ...…
 
Dani Ives is a self-taught fiber artist from Arkansas who has developed a beautiful and unique technique, which she calls “painting with wool.” She creates two dimensional works of art directly on fabric. Her inspiration comes from a love of nature and science, which has an enormous influence on her work. Full shownotes: http://yourcreativepush ...…
 
Host Teo Van Den Broeke is joined by two of the most fascinating figures in contemporary art. Jonathan Yeo has reinvented portraiture, capturing everyone from Kevin Spacey to Prince Philip, while Bafic has documented his world by disrupting and experiment with technology. They came together to talk about what they could learn from each other’s ...…
 
Sid unfortunately is missing in action, so I turned on the Bat Signal and it was answered by our great friend Usually Dave from Digitalsoup podcast! In this episode we had a great honor to chat with Renee Robyn. She’s a digital artist, photographer, and avid traveler. We talked about her inspiration for her projects, challenges, and what makes, ...…
 
What a great interview. We have Part 2 Tomorrow Same time 3:00CST! With April Mullins Mela This might be a series of interviews, we have so much to share. Please join us or listed to the archived version, at your leisure! We are going to talk about DNA and my new word "Ethno-washing" Necro ethnicity. A skeleton key to unlock the amalgamation wi ...…
 
Necro ethnicity. A skeleton key to unlock the amalgamation within mixed people groups . The veil is lifting from the hidden mystery that has perplexed scholars for at least 600 years! Join us as Stacy Mae Webb and April Mullins Mela collaborate utilizing data gleaned from Genealogy, DNA, and Cultural Geography. These two ladies have conducted f ...…
 
In July, David Richard Gallery in Santa Fe will host “ReViewing PowerPlay,” a series of work created in the 1980's examining the construct of masculinity. When Judy began this series, she went to the library to research gender; the only material available then was entirely focused on women, as if only women have gender. It would be another deca ...…
 
Fathers Day Special – Cbabi Bayoc takes on the art of being a dad. Cbabi Bayoc's artistic work mixes caricature, realism, portraiture, and compassionate observation to create an important and remarkable narrative of the African American family experience. In fact, a few years ago he painted a finished work every day for a year on the subject of ...…
 
Art is an exercise in perspective. This episode highlights works that invite new ways of seeing. Artists reflect on how they see themselves, how others see them, and how to look at the world through performance, portraiture, and abstract painting. Photo: Toyin Ojih Odutola. Photo by King Texas © 2015.Artists featured in this episode: James Luna ...…
 
Jenny Dubnau is a painter of portraits. Her uncanny, highly detailed oil paintings are made from the careful study of photographs she takes herself. Kate and Clarity visit the artist in her Long Island City studio, and discuss contemporary vs. historic meanings of portraiture, Barthes' idea of the punctum, and how Dubnau taught herself to paint ...…
 
Jenny Dubnau is a painter of portraits. Her uncanny, highly detailed oil paintings are made from the careful study of photographs she takes herself. Kate and Clarity visit the artist in her Long Island City studio, and discuss contemporary vs. historic meanings of portraiture, Barthes' idea of the punctum, and how Dubnau taught herself to paint ...…
 
Clearfield, Pennsylvania-based artist Rebecca Morgan talks about: Her hometown of Clearfield, a financially distressed former coal town, where she currently lives in the home she grew up in with her mom, in between teaching gigs in other states, which affords her tons of time to work, but also feels like suspended adolescence; the liminal relat ...…
 
The intersection of passions is at the center of this talk with designer Greyson. She discusses her journey to learn skills enough to shift from graphic design to product design. After finding employment and working in that field in the bay area for a while she's now pushing herself again. Striking out on her own, she’s established a freelance ...…
 
With his work currently hanging in Flinders Lane Gallery alongside other leading emerging artists, Michael Simms’ career has taken a leap since he completed his classical training at Sydney’s Julian Ashton Art School in 2014. In the last 12 months alone he has won three art prizes; the Cambridge Studio Gallery portrait prize, the Cliftons Sydne ...…
 
Episode 6 of the TOGCHAT Photography Podcast with Joe Edelman. This week’s photography questions include: - Is it a smart move to do work for free when I am starting out so that I can build my portfolio or will that make it harder for me to charge customers later? – I have been using Portrait Pro Studio as a Lightroom plugin – I love the preset ...…
 
For this week’s episode of the podcast, Ugo had a great conversation with Matt Brandon. Matt Brandon is a Malaysia-based assignment photographer; Matt has experience photographing for nonprofits, assignment, and editorial work. Recently Matt was the still photographer for Indian Summers a Channel 4 & PBS series filmed in Penang, Malaysia. Matt ...…
 
For this week’s episode of the podcast, Ugo had a great conversation with Matt Brandon. Matt Brandon is a Malaysia-based assignment photographer; Matt has experience photographing for nonprofits, assignment, and editorial work. Recently Matt was the still photographer for Indian The post TTIM 75 – Matt Brandon appeared first on The Traveling Im ...…
 
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