Best Portraiture podcasts we could find (Updated August 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
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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.
 
Explore portraiture with insights provided by Curators, Historians, and Researchers of the National Portrait Gallery.
 
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During his latest trip to the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica, Ralph sat down with naturalist guide, photographer, and native Costa Rican, Dennis Valverde. He was always fascinated by the animals and the big trees that were around his grandparents’ forest. That interest encouraged him to study the biodiversity of the rainforest in a more formal way ...…
 
Born and raised in Italy, Pia Parolin studied biology in Germany and in Brazilian Amazonia. A passionate tropical ecologist with PhD, she always carries her camera with her since the day her father gave her the first Minolta at the age of 9. Living on the French Riviera since 2005, she loves to capture light, colours and movements. With her "Pr ...…
 
This week we have a very special guest on the show that doesn't really need a lot of introduction, because pretty much everybody knows Scott Kelby. For those few who still don't, we'll just say that Scott is the President and CEO of KelbyOne (the online educational community for creative people); the editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magaz ...…
 
This week's episode is a special one. During the latest Out Of Chicago Summer Conference, Ugo was the moderator of a panel discussion involving two very well-known travel and nature photographers, Scott Bourne and Deborah Sandidge, in addition to the founder and president of PHLEARN, Aaron Nace, who is also a passionate photographer. Deborah is ...…
 
This week's episode is a special one. During the latest Out Of Chicago Summer Conference, Ugo was the moderator of a panel discussion involving two very well-known travel and nature photographers, Scott Bourne and Deborah Sandidge, in addition to the founder and president of PHLEARN, Aaron Nace, who is also a passionate photographer. Deborah is ...…
 
As you might know, we are doing a bi-monthly photo contest on our Facebook group, The Traveling Image Makers' Corner. We invite the group members to submit one of their best photographs and, at the end of the period, we pick two winners and invite them to come on the show and tell us about their winning images and their photography. The winners ...…
 
Patrick Di Fruscia is a World Nature & Landscape Photographer. His work has won many awards, has been published and displayed thru a multitude of Medias (books, calendars, magazines, travel guides etc.) and by many prestigious companies such as National Geographic, Time Magazine, and Wall Street Journal, just to name a few. His work has also be ...…
 
This week we have Doug Kaye back on the show, many months after having been out guest in episode TTIM 24 – Cuba With Doug Kaye. Beginning his visual explorations in his father’s wet darkroom, Doug earned a degree in theatrical lighting design at U.C. Berkeley in the ’60s and studied cinematography at NYU’s Graduate Institute of Film and Televis ...…
 
Juliana Dever is a professional actor, writer, and world traveler. Having traveled to almost 60 countries, her award-winning travel blog CleverDeverWherever.com helps readers find unexpected experiences in unusual places. With over 130,000 digital followers, Juliana has been featured on NBC’s Your LA, Fox’s Good Day LA, and Flight Network’s rou ...…
 
Scott Herder is a multimedia content creator who specializes in manipulating time through time-lapse, hyper-lapse and slowmotion in his unique flowmotion videos during his travels. His work for Czech Tourism was nominated for best time-lapse video of the year. When he and his wife aren’t traveling for work, they are traveling to experience and ...…
 
Introducing the debut of "Short Cuts." Beginning with this lesson on ISO, I'm going to focus on single topics and keep it short and sweet to help streamline your learning experience. Use Short Cuts for quick answers to the questions you're looking for!By wittfoto@mac.com (Scott Wittenburg).
 
Sherry Ott is a long-term traveler, blogger, and photographer with one goal in mind - to make you wish you were somewhere else. She writes about her travel lifestyle and around the world adventures on Ottsworld.com and her social media channels. On the About Page of her website, Sherry very prominently quotes author John Le Carre. He said, “A d ...…
 
This week, we welcome back to the show Marc Silber, who was already a guest on episode TTIM 95 – Marc Silber, Advancing Your Photography. Marc just published a new book on composition, so we we're excited to have him talk about this essential photography skill. Marc is an author, photographer, filmmaker, and producer of the very popular YouTube ...…
 
In this special episode of the podcast, Ralph talks with Ugo about his latest trip to that wonderful country, Morocco. You can follow Ralph along his itinerary, from Casablanca to Marrakech, as we describe some of the best spots the country has to offer, including Chefchaouen, Fes, the Erg Chebbi desert, Aït Ben-Haddou, and the Atlas mountains. ...…
 
Björn Moerman is often referred to as “the flying photographer”; combining his passion for aviation with a photography hobby that got out of hand. As an airline captain for a large Middle Eastern airline, he visited over 85 of the worlds countries so far and always comes home with exciting stories and freshly taken images from around the world. ...…
 
Kai is an author and photographer from Germany. Born 1977 in Hamburg, he started out studying political science in Berlin (FU Berlin) and Helsinki (Helsingin Yliopisto), obtaining his master degree in 2004. He then set out to work as a freelance writer, spending most of his time living in South America. Always passionate about photography, he s ...…
 
José Manuel Santos lives and breathes Porto, the city where he was born sometime ago, in 1960. He has travelled up and down Portugal both by car and on a motorbike since 1980, always with his camera in the bag, and is a deep connoisseur of his country. He has so many stories to tell, surely many more than his age. Portugal and Porto in particul ...…
 
Ken Kaminesky is a veteran commercial travel photographer, Fujifilm Global Ambassador, writer, consultant, and entrepreneur with over twenty years of experience in the photography industry. His work has been featured worldwide in numerous commercial and editorial publications, including the New York Times and on the cover of National Geographic ...…
 
As you might know, we are doing a bi-monthly photo contest on our Facebook group, The Traveling Image Makers’ Corner. We invite the group members to submit one of their best photographs and, at the end of the period, we pick two winners and invite them to come on the show and tell us about their winning images and their photography. The winners ...…
 
The guest for this week's episode of the podcast, hosted by Ralph, is British photographer and videographer Peter Ragg.
 
Piet (pronounced as “Pete”) Van den Eynde is a Belgian freelance photographer, trainer and prolific author. In 2009, he threw his camera, a flash and umbrella in his bicycle panniers and cycled for one year through Turkey, Iran, India and Indonesia. He loves travel, photography and off-camera flash so his photographic work is often a combinatio ...…
 
The guest for this week’s episode of the podcast is Karthika Gupta, is a lifestyle, wedding, and travel photographer based in the Chicago area. We were intrigued by a series of articles she wrote for Digital Photography School and especially one about being a culturally sensitive photographer, with a series of tips that everyone should pay atte ...…
 
Today we’re going to talk mostly about street photography. Whereas street photography is not necessarily practiced while traveling (many street photographers have actually become famous for portraying the scenes of their hometown), we think that photographing life in the streets goes a long way towards documenting the reality of the cities and ...…
 
Our guest for this edition of the podcast is British travel photographer Matt Widgery. Besides being a good sport and someone who’s always fun to be around, Matt has a lot of interesting stories to share, starting with the way photography saved him from an alcohol addiction, as he says in his about page: “Photography basically saved my life. I ...…
 
Our guest for this episode of the podcast is Belgian travel photographer Sébastien Beun. This is what Sébastien says about himself: "Photography, for me, is a lifelong and everlasting passion. It is what makes me feel emotions, breathe, live. Photography challenges me to share my life, my thoughts, my perception of the world that surrounds me, ...…
 
Nigerian-born Lola Akinmade Åkerström’s photography and travel writing are characterized by vibrancy and hope. Graduating with a Masters (MSc) degree in Information Systems from the University of Maryland with a minor in Geography, she specialized in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for 12+ years and her affinity for the geosciences and map ...…
 
As you might know, we are doing a bi-monthly photo contest on our Facebook group, The Traveling Image Makers' Corner. We invite the group members to submit one of their best photographs and, at the end of the period, we pick two winners and invite them to come on the show and tell us about their winning images and their photography. The winners ...…
 
Danielle Da Silva is a director, photographer, public speaker, activist and writer who specialises in sustainable development and psychology. Her main focus is communicating the extraordinary efforts of people around the world working to solve the most challenging problems. Her deepest passions are conserving parklands, fostering equality, and ...…
 
We often get emails and messages from listeners who ask us advice on how to take great travel photos, so this week we wanted to record a special episode. We don’t have the usual interview with a guest this time but decide instead to spend some time giving you our best tips to help you get better photos every time you take a trip. Some examples ...…
 
Jen Loong (龙晓灵) is the snap-happy founder for a new type of travel tech startup that marries photography with social impact. Jen’s vision is to start an empathy movement, where vanity can create social good with real income opportunities in developing communities. Living truly as a global citizen tracing her upbringing in HK, Vancouver and Shan ...…
 
We recently found this article at the Matador Network website: 17 female travel photographers who slayed 2017and it got us thinking that we should have more women on the show. I know we always strive to be as inclusive as possible, but sometimes it’s hard to think of female photographers in an industry that is very much male-dominated, so we we ...…
 
In the episode, I share the winners of the 17th Annual Upper Arlington High School Annual Photo Contest. I think you'll appreciate the excellent work by these student photographers!By wittfoto@mac.com (Scott Wittenburg).
 
Our guest for this week’s episode is Ollie Dale. Ollie started his photographic career aboard a cruise ship in 2001. When he returned to New Zealand in 2003 he set himself up as a freelance photographer, and in 2005 started his company, PhotoNZ Ltd. In 2008 he joined the NZ Institute of Professional Photography, was the Chairman of the Auckland ...…
 
Scott Bourne is President of US Operations at Skylum Software (Formerly Macphun,) an Olympus Visionary and a professional wildlife photographer, author and lecturer who specializes in birds. He was one of the founders of This Week In Photo, Founded Photofocus.com and is co-founder of the Photo Podcast Network. Scott is a regular contributor to ...…
 
Peering well beyond the surface of unfolding stories, Karl’s photographs reveal the heart, and sometimes, heart-wrenching truth. His images offer viewers intimate glimpses into the lives of ordinary people worldwide, and provide us with the opportunity to reflect and understand their personal struggles and triumphs. With a keen awareness and re ...…
 
As you might know, we are doing a bi-monthly photo contest on our Facebook group, The Traveling Image Makers' Corner. We invite the group members to submit one of their best photographs and, at the end of the period, we pick two winners and invite them to come on the show and tell us about their winning images and their photography. The winners ...…
 
Luka Esenko has travelled to 50+ countries around the globe and has plenty more on his ‘go to’ list. Initially an enjoyable hobby, photography soon became a way of life for Luka and he has since established himself as one of the leading landscape photographers in Slovenia. Luka started life as a tour guide and worked his way up in tourism. He a ...…
 
Our guest for this week’s episode of the podcast is Juan Pons. Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Juan is a nature and wildlife photographer, whose passion is photographing our world’s magnificent wildlife and natural features. Juan is a strong supporter of wildlife and natural habitat conservation and is a member of several conservation ...…
 
After some weeks of absence due to his travels to places with poor Internet connectivity and wildly different time zones, Ralph joins Ugo back on the show to interview Vieri Bottazzini, a travel landscape photographer, Leica Ambassador, Leica Akademie Italy instructor and Formatt-Hitech Ambassador. Vieri considers himself a portrait photographe ...…
 
The guest for this week’s episode of the podcast is Jordana Wright. For over a decade, Jordana Wright has had the opportunity to shoot professionally, travel, and share her love of photography with clients, workshops, and aspiring photographers around the world. She has presented two TEDx Talks, led dozens of photowalks across the United States ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Benjamin van der Spek is an award winning photographer who is active around the globe with a keen eye for extraordinary compositions and dramatic lighting. A Dutch photographer and educator, graduated in fine arts, art history and art education, Benjamin uses the past to open our eyes to the present and the future. Benjamin is also one of the m ...…
 
In part 1 of a new series focusing on composition, I explain the rule of thirds and how using this powerful compositional technique can improve your photos!By wittfoto@mac.com (Scott Wittenburg).
 
Matt Bailey is a world-traveling writer, photographer, entrepreneur, and dream maker. You can find him at LiveLimitless.net where he writes about world travel and living limitless, at MustDoCanada.com where he writes about the best of Canada, or at CanadianFreeFlyers.com where he writes about travel hacking for Canadians. He also created, produ ...…
 
Join us in celebrating our 100th episode! After almost two years of publishing a new show every week and never missing one, we have finally reached this important milestone and we have no intention of stopping. Many podcasts start strong and then die on the vine, but we know that the name of the game is consistency and you can only be successfu ...…
 
As you might know, we are doing a bi-monthly photo contest on our Facebook group, The Traveling Image Makers’ Corner. We invite the group members to submit one of their best photographs and, at the end of the period, we pick two winners and invite them to come on the show and tell us about their winning images and their photography. The winners ...…
 
Scott Wyden Kivowitz is the Chief Community Officer at Imagely, a blogger, photographer, father, and educator. Scott is also the author of many eBooks on the topics of long exposures, street photography and panoramic photography. Scott is commonly offering cake smash sessions, family portraits and headshots for his clients, but enjoys traveling ...…
 
Every year, 5DayDeal.com gives photographers the possibility of acquiring a fantastic bundle of educational videos, books, and other resources at a deeply discounted price. 10% of all sales are then distributed to various charities and the program is so successful that they have already contributed $1.1M to those in need. We wanted to talk abou ...…
 
We had a great conversation about travel and photography this week with our guest, Peter DeMarco. Peter is an award-winning travel photographer. His passion for helping people transform their photography shows through in the expert advice he shares. His work has been featured in National Geographic Traveler, CNN, and Digital Photography School ...…
 
Our guest for this week’s episode of the podcast is Marc Silber. Marc recently released a new book that is aimed at beginning and aspiring photographers who want to learn tips and techniques for digital photography, in order to improve their skills and enter the “circle of photography”. You will have to listen to the interview to know what Marc ...…
 
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