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Best Robert Chartrand podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Robert Chartrand podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Theme-based conversations and language practice for students of English, such as EFL, ESL and ESOL, at a beginner level. The dialogs have two or more speakers. Read transcripts and listen to mp3 files.
 
Theme-based dialog podcasts include language practice for intermediate-level students of English, such as EFL, ESL and ESOL. These conversations have two or more speakers. Read transcripts and listen to mp3 files.
 
Learning the technical side of photography is very important, but learning what to photograph is just as important. Photo Kibitz is about understanding photography by chatting with photographers and people that have an interest in photography. We’ll get to know them, their work and the work of others. It’s an opportunity for us to learn about the people behind the camera, their ideas, their inspirations, the people they admire and what happens after the shutter is pressed.
 
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Motivating the practical is a lighting term used in the movie industry. Internationally renowned portrait photographer Gregory Heisler defines motivating the practical one step further, his practicals are also the subjects of his iconic photographic portraits, which he brings to life with his technical mastery and innovative visual style. With ...…
 
When you look at a photograph nicely framed in a home or a gallery, have you ever thought about what goes into creating it? Before there were pixels, memory cards and inkjet printers, photographers processed their film and paper using chemicals in a darkroom. In his exhibition “Icons of Obsolescence”, which was at the National Gallery of Canada ...…
 
Are we witnessing the end of an era? Robert Burley, photographer and associate professor with Ryerson University’s School of Imaging Arts, has documented the closing and implosion of Kodak, Ilford, Polaroid and Agfa factories in his exhibition and book, The Disappearance of Darkness. In this episode of Photo Kibitz, Robert and I discuss photogr ...…
 
In theory, photojournalist Fred Chartrand retired from the Canadian Press in February 2008. If you google his name, you will find his CP photo credit attached to current events, which makes me wonder, did he really retire? In this episode of Photo Kibitz, award winning photojournalist Fred Chartrand talks about his "retirement", and his 40+ yea ...…
 
It takes talent to consistently be in the right place at the right time and Lois Siegel has the knack for doing just that. For example, her talent has enabled her to work with legendary Hollywood writer Joe Eszterhas. In this episode of Photo Kibitz we also chatted about her first celebrity portrait, internationally renowned portrait photograph ...…
 
This is a special edition of Photo Kibitz. This episode is an informal conversation between Dave Heath and Michael Schreier. The movie Blow-up inspired Michael Schreier to pursue a career in photography. However, it was Dave Heath that inspired Michael to understand photography beyond the Hollywood representation. From September 20, to January ...…
 
What is a photograph? Beyond the halides and pixels which are either exposed or sprayed onto a sheet of paper, have you ever paused for a moment to wonder what is a photograph? Artist, teacher and student Michael Schreier is my guest on this episode of Photo Kibitz. Michael is a former Director of Visual Arts at the University of Ottawa. His wo ...…
 
Wedding photography, it’s an easy business to get into, an expensive business if you are going to properly equip yourself and a very competitive business, because anyone with a good camera thinks they have the right stuff to do it. Wedding photography is also an absolutely rewarding business if you can consistently get “the shot”. In this episo ...…
 
For a moment, lets assume you are the photo editor for Ferrari magazine and you need $100 million dollars of Ferrari cars photographed. Who would you call? A wedding photographer? Yes, if that wedding photographer is also award winning news photographer Blair Gable. In this episode of Photo Kibitz, Blair Gable and I chat about the challenges of ...…
 
From the pages of Elle Magazine, the Streets of Tokyo and world leaders in Ottawa, Frédéric Dekkal was inspired by the documentary style of street photographers Henri Cartier-Bresson, Doisneau and others from his native France. Frédéric and I chat about how he got started in photography, his training at the Verdier Centre, doing street photogra ...…
 
Like a feather fluttering in the wind, life as you know it can change with a cross breeze. There were times when Azimir Burzic wished he could delete the images caught with his eyes. Today, twenty years later and thousands of miles away from his native Bosnia, I chatted with Azimir Burzic about the moments he now captures with his paint brush a ...…
 
For retirement, some people might be drawn to swinging a golf club or volunteering. This episode’s guest picked-up a camera and started her next chapter in life as a fine art photographer. Drawn to iconic structures associated with major events of the last century, award winning photographer Leslie Hossack plans, prepares and has passion for ta ...…
 
Generally, photographers can be divided into two camps. Those that strive to get it right in-camera and those that will shoot anything, then fix it in Photoshop later. Rarely shall the two meet. But when they do, magic happens. I am calling today's guest Mr Post, because he is extremely talented in post processing and he is also a very skilled ...…
 
Street Photography, what is it? In this episode I’ve asked award winning photographers Tony Fouhse and Justin Wonnacott to join me in a discussion on street photography. As with any good discussion, we did get a little off topic, but it was still relevant and important to not just street photography, but important issues facing photographers to ...…
 
From the early days of Rock n’ Roll, icon Bill Haley and the Comets to the music of today with Rihanna, John Rowlands was there to photograph them all. At an age when most people were happy to be a fan and enjoy concerts from the audience, John Rowlands was juggling the responsibilities of doing his high school homework and photographing the Be ...…
 
What separates a snap shot from a fine art photograph which is worthy of hanging in a National Gallery? My guest on this episode of Photo Kibitz is Ann Thomas, Curator of Photography for the National Gallery of Canada. Ann and I chat about the National Gallery’s extensive world class collection of photographs, which starts practically from the ...…
 
Have you ever considered starting a small business? As glamorous as it might sound, starting a freelance photography business is not easy. Nick Ghattas is this episode’s guest and we chat about his decision to leave the comforts of a steady paycheque for the challenges of being self-employed.
 
Imagine you have been taking photographs for most of your life and you’ve kept all of your negatives safely stored away. Just as you are quietly passing away in relative obscurity someone comes along and finds all of your images and thinks they are fantastic. In 2007, while doing research for a book, John Maloof discovers the work of street pho ...…
 
Have you ever wondered what you are allowed to do with the photographs you take? Do you hope to sell your images? Do you want to publish them in any form – including social media sites like Facebook? For the legal perspective to those questions I chatted with Paul LaBarge, a founding partner of the law firm LaBarge Weinstein. Paul and I discuss ...…
 
Have you ever wondered what those guys behind the counter of your favourite camera store are like? My colleagues Dennis Lecuyer and Mark Petrica joined me on this episode of Photo Kibitz. Amongst many topics like movies and music, behind the counter we often chat about photography. After dinner Mark, Dennis and I chatted about all sorts of thin ...…
 
Early on Harry Nowell realized following his family into big business wasn’t for him. Instead he chose shooting anything that slid, moved, and rolled for stock photo agencies. Stock photography was lucrative enough for Harry, but as technology changed the way we shoot, it also changed his business model. We chatted about how he has adapted his ...…
 
Look up, look way up - Aerial Photographer Louis Helbig Some photographers wish they could shoot from a higher vantage point. Aerial photographer Louis Helbig does. 1000 feet higher - from the cockpit of his airplane. To some operating the controls of a camera and composing an image could be challenging enough. Not for Louis, we chat about how ...…
 
Ari Tapiero is a self taught photographer who was fortunate enough to have two great mentors guide him early on. They showed him that hard work and perseverance were key to a successful career in this business. Portraits and architecture are two of his favourite subjects. Ari’s current personal project is documentary photography, where he combi ...…
 
Jake Morrison has been taking pictures most of his life. Like many photographers, He is often called upon to shoot different types of events; however, landscapes large and small are what really interests him. The body of Jake's work includes large panoramic vistas of the Yukon and collages of flowers shot in his studio. At first glance the styl ...…
 
I would like to say Leslie Hanti's photographic work is serendipitous, but that would imply his work comes by chance or luck. While there is alway an element of luck and chance, it is also Leslie's vision, determination and persistence which allows him to capture his images. As you will hear, Leslie can spend hours, days, weeks and years waitin ...…
 
Conversation: Bill: I got a new computer yesterday. Robert: You got a new computer? Bill: Yes, a new notebook computer. Robert: Why didn't you get a desktop computer? Bill: The notebook is light, and has a battery, so I can use it anywhere. I can use it on the train or the bus. Robert: Isn't the keyboard too small to use? Bill: It's compact, bu ...…
 
This is a basic introduction between two people. You will hear it three times: first at a regular speed, then at a slower speed, then at the regular speed again. Robert: Hi, I'm Robert Chartrand. Bill: Hi. I'm Bill Pellowe. Nice to meet you. Robert: Nice to meet you, too. What do you do? Bill: I'm a university teacher. How about you? Robert: Me ...…
 
A: Where should we have our year-end party? B: How about that new Sri Lankan restaurant downtown? I hear it's good. A: Yeah, I read a review about it in the newspaper. Apparently, it's good, but the food is spicy. B: Now that you mention it, it's probably too spicy for me. A: OK, so do you know any other good restaurants? B: Well, how about Riz ...…
 
(Phone rings.) A: Hello? B: Hey Robert, this is Bill. A: Bill who? B: Bill Clinton. Who do you think it is? A: Ah, you must be Bill Pellowe. B: Yep. How are you doing? A: Not too bad. B: Great. Listen, are you free tomorrow? Some friends of mine are coming over. Do you want to join us? A: Sorry, I'm not free tomorrow. Actually, I'm tied up all ...…
 
A: Hey, what happened to you? B: I broke my arm. A: Well, I can see that by your cast. How did it happen? B: I got hit by a car. A: You got hit by a car? How? B: Well, I was crossing the street and a car came around the corner pretty fast. A: Did you break anything else? B: No, just my arm. I got scrapes and bruises on my legs. A: That's too ba ...…
 
Note: "How's" can mean either "How is" or "How has." In this conversation, it means "How has." A: How's your summer been so far? B: I haven't really done much yet. A: Have you been to the beach? B: Yes, I went there last weekend. I want to go a few more times before the summer is over. What about you? Do you have any plans for the rest of the s ...…
 
As the conversation begins, we can hear heavy rain. When Mr. A says, "Nice weather," he is being sarcastic. A: Nice weather isn't it? B: Yeah, tell me about it. It's been raining cats and dogs for three days. I just hate the rainy season. A: Well, at least it's not too hot. What I hate the most is the hot and humid weather. B: I know what you m ...…
 
Bill: Hi Robert! What's up? Robert: I'm going to the U.S. next week. Bill: Oh, really? I didn't know that. Where are you going? Robert: I'm going to Tampa. Bill: Where's that? Robert: In Florida. Bill: What are you going to do there? Robert: I'm going to visit my family. My grandmother lives there. Bill: That sounds nice. When are you leaving? ...…
 
A: Do you have a part-time job, Joe? B: Yes, I work at a convenience store. A: What do you do there? B: I do a little of everything. When there are a lot of customers, I work at the cash register. At other times, I put stuff on the shelves. A: Do you have to clean the store? B: Of course. We all do. We have to keep the restroom clean. If someon ...…
 
Bill: Robert, I have some tickets to the Hawks game. Do you want to go? Robert: Not really, Bill. I don't like baseball. Bill: Oh, do you like sports? Robert: Yes, of course. Bill: What kind of sports do you like? Robert: I like soccer. Bill: Well, that's the world's most popular sport. Let's practice. A: What kind of sports do you like? B: I l ...…
 
This is a basic conversation about the weekend. First, you'll hear it at a normal speed, then at a slower speed. Next, you'll hear some practice drills. Finally, you'll hear the conversation again at a normal speed. Robert: Good morning, Bill. How are you today? Bill: Good morning, Robert. I'm all right. How are you? Robert: Pretty good. Did yo ...…
 
Bill: Do you want a cup of coffee? Robert: Yeah, sure. So, what have you been up to? Bill: Well, I've been really busy trying to finish this project on time. Robert: Are you having a hard time? Bill: Yes, but I haven't had enough time to really concentrate on it. Robert: I know what you mean. Bill: Not only that, but I've been feeling a little ...…
 
Who did you talk to? Robert: I talked to someone interesting yesterday. Bill: Who did you talk to? Robert: I can't remember his name, but I was sitting on the train... Bill: Yeah... Robert: ...and this young man started talking to me. Bill: What did he say? Robert: He said that he was from Thailand and he was studying here in Japan. Bill: You m ...…
 
Weekend plans Robert: Do you have any plans for this weekend? Bill: I don't know. I might watch a video at home. And you? Robert: I'm going to meet some friends. Bill: What are you going to do? Robert: We might go sailing if the weather is nice. Bill: Sailing, wow! Do you have a sailboat? Robert: No, my friend has one. She goes sailing every we ...…
 
Bill: How was your weekend? Robert: It was great. I went skiing. Bill: How was it? Robert: It was fun. Do you ski? Bill: Yes. Robert: You should come next time. Bill: That sounds good. How often do you go skiing? Robert: About once a month. Let's Practice A: I went to the movies. B: How often do you go to the movies? A: About twice a month. A: ...…
 
First, you'll hear this a basic conversation at a normal speed, then at a slower speed. Next, you'll hear some practice drills. Finally, you'll hear the conversation again at a normal speed. Robert: Hi Bill. What's happening? Bill: Not much. How about you, Robert? Robert: Well, actually, I want to go to the art museum this afternoon, but I don' ...…
 
First, you'll hear a basic conversation at a normal speed, then at a slower speed. Next, you'll hear some practice drills. Finally, you'll hear the conversation again at a normal speed. Bill: Where do you usually go on your vacation, Robert? Robert: I usually go to Canada in the summer. Bill: What about the winter vacation? Robert: I like to st ...…
 
First, you'll hear this a basic conversation at a normal speed, then at a slower speed. Next, you'll hear some practice drills. Finally, you'll hear the conversation again at a normal speed. Bill: What are you reading? Robert: A spy novel. Bill: How is it? Robert: It's good. Do you want to borrow it when I'm finished? Bill: Sure. Thanks. Practi ...…
 
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