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PhotoNetCast brings you the photography topics that matter, whether you are a newcomer, photography enthusiast, semi-pro or even a photography professional. We highlight the latest news, discuss photography equipment (dSLR cameras, photography lighting, accessories, etc.), workflow, tips and tutorials, as well as discuss in-depth topics to help you improve your photography from both a business and creative prespectives. Hosted by Antonio Marques, Jim Goldstein, Brian Auer and Martin Gommel, ...
 
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And here we are once again. After the long time that took us to gather the crew, and an even longer time to edit the episode, we are back to talk about Long term projects in photography. Besides the really interesting conversation (after I’ve heard it, I really felt like grabbing the camera and going out for a few images), there was time for the ne…
 
Thinking of a move to a mirrorless system? As we hinted a few episodes back, we have the privilege of being joined by Brian Matiash to discuss his move to the Sony mirrorless system after over a decade shooting Canon dSLRs. If you want some more background to Brian’s move, he has written a free ebook about it. We talked about his reasons, advantage…
 
Photography Portfolios In this episode, Antonio, Dave and Jacob Lucas discuss the news, answer some questions from listeners and discuss how they go about building and maintaining a photography portfolio. How do we define a portfolio and what do we intend it for? How often should you update the work in the portfolio and how should you go about deci…
 
Defining your photographic style In this episode Antonio Marques, Sean Galbraith, Bob Lussier and Scott Kivowitz engage in a discussion about defining style in photography, how to develop one and finding inspiration from other photographic works and bodies of work to help photographers learn while introducing individuality into their work. What do …
 
We continue from the last episode, this time answering listener questions on off-camera flash triggers, photo sharing sites, night sky photography and back button focusing. And, of course, time as well for our selected from the web. Enjoy the show… Selected from the Web Sam: 13% SALT Dave: The Life of a Siberian Reindeer Herder Antonio: Elena Chern…
 
We hope you had a great Christmas together with your loved ones (and that Santa has been generous with the photographic treats). For the last episode of the year, we decided to have a quick look into the past year, from our photography ventures and also from PhotoNetCast’s perspective. At the same time, we briefly discuss what we have planned for 2…
 
Photography Accessories This episode sees the return of Sam Scholes to the co-hosting team. A round through the news takes us to the heated discussion about Flickr using CC-licensed images for their wall art business – but are they really doing anything legally wrong? Also, GoPro makers seem to be developing a new line of consumer drones to be the …
 
Everything in the interwebs these days seems to be “Mega this…”, “Hyper that…”. This episode is about filters, so… The Ultimate Filter Show I had the pleasure of having both Scott Wyden and Richard Wong as guests on this episode to help me in the filter discussion. Before filters, we had a look at some recent news: Eyes Wide Open: 100 years of Leic…
 
Highlights from one of the largest photography industry shows – Photokina 2014 Every two years, Cologne, Germany, is stage for one of the biggest (if not the biggest) photography industry shows. Thousands or visitors and delegates fill the halls with so much gear that being there is like an gambling addict being dropped in the middle of Vegas… Anyw…
 
The Value of Photography If you listened to show number 85, you probably remember that we discussed South African photographer Greg Lumley’s offer to sell his one-off aerial panorama of Cape Town for $35000. After the show was released, Greg contacted us (you can read his response in the comments on the show page) so we invited him to join us for a…
 
We’re Back! Has it really been 8 months? Surely not? Just when you thought we had disappeared for good, we’re back. Job changes, house moves and family crises are (hopefully) behind us all so we’re hoping that we can now get back to something like a regular podcasting schedule. Keep your fingers crossed and keep watching! In this episode, Antonio i…
 
No mirror? No worries Micro four thirds and other mirrorless systems have been on the market for many years, but recently the level of adoption of these once frowned-upon cameras has been very intense. On this episode, we discuss why would a photographer want a mirrorless system when compared to the tried and tested quality of a dSLR. What are the …
 
Are instant Cameras still worth considering? Instant cameras… The availability of digital cameras, with the final result right there on the display milliseconds after pressing the shutter, might fog the memories of old times when the idea of seeing an image quickly after it was made had one name only: Polaroid. A Polaroid camera could easily have b…
 
Panoramas and 360-degree photos In this episode we are joined by Ron Pepper to talk about his expertise in panoramic photography, with emphasis in 360-degree images. While panoramic images are frequently made, and even more so with the large advances of software for this specific application, 360-degree images are not so frequent, and still demand …
 
Lots of topics on this one.Creative Cloud, the New Galaxy NX, surprises from Lytro and Lightroom 5, plus a bunch of listeners’ questions: Lurch: Hi, Thanks for all the work you guys do. I’ve just got one question for you right now. Can you explain light field photography/cameras like the Lytro. Is it just a gimmick or something that would be useful…
 
Many apologies for the delay in releasing this one. On this episode I’m joined by Dave Wilson and Jacob Lucas to discuss some ideas around selling prints from your photography – we discuss self-printing vs outsourcing, order fulfilment directly from a gallery websites, quality issues, personalisation, pricing, etc. As usual, we had also time for a …
 
Concert Photography Have you been bitten by the concert photography bug? Hanging around in darkened, smoky rooms trying your hand at shooting jazz or rock? In this show, guest and gig photographer Mark Gvazdinskas joins Jacob Lucas, Bob Lussier, Sean Galbraith and Dave Wilson to discuss the ins and outs of music photography. What gear should you ta…
 
Ins and Outs of Photoblogging And here we are again (photography podcast anyone?), this time to discuss all about photoblogging. Dave Wilson takes the hosting job on this one, and together with Bob Lussier, Jacob Lucas and Scott Wyden Kivowitz go into detail on the practice of keeping a blog dedicated to visual imagery. We last talked about photobl…
 
Back in the cloud Hello world! No, this is not a mistake on your feed – we have indeed recorded a new episode of PhotoNetCast. It took us a long time to get together, and definitely more than usual for me to edit it, but #77 of your favourite photography podcast is here. On this show I try to explain why the absence, and believe it or not I’m blami…
 
The first steps after importing into your DAM software Even in cases where you are not really intending to so serious post-processing on images, there are a few image properties that you will always have to check after import and will often have to modify slightly. In this show, we discuss those steps, describe what each of us does and mention a fe…
 
Let’s talk about books A few years back we produced an episode in which we gave a few suggestions for some good photography books. Recently, our guest Ruben Vicente (see also his project at Light Travelers) suggested that we repeat the topic, with a few more book recommendations. And so we did. We brought him on the show to share his book highlight…
 
Tom Hogarty on Lightroom 4 As we announced Tom Hogarty, principal product manager for Adobe Lightroom, joins us on the podcast to tell us all about Lightroom 4. He was with us before, and after more than 3 years it was time to get back and tell us what has changed, and masterfully managing to avoid answering questions on what is coming in the futur…
 
Film is funny this way: photographers who spent years and years burning film, after the digital jump, either can’t stand the thought of film anymore or still use it once in a while. And then there are the digital era photographers that never tired anything film related… Once in a while, in conversations, I come across this latter kind and, surprisi…
 
We have finally decided to tackle the backlog of listener questions we were dragging with us (some already for a few months). On this episode, Antonio Marques, Dave Wilson and Will Burrard-Lucas discuss aperture, shutter speed and their relationship with sensor sizes and different lenses; polarizers and graduated neutral density filters; some sugge…
 
Summer is coming, and this usually means some family traveling. With that in mind, on this episode, we decided to talk about vacation photography – basically how to make the most of your trips that are not happening mainly for photography. We discuss gear that you need and gear that you think you’ll need, finding the best locations and how to ditch…
 
4 years of Photography podcast Yes, that’s right. Episode 70 marks four years of talking photography. It feels almost strange, looking back at the almost shy announcement (episode 1), to know that just over four years have passed, and more than 80 hours of published audio. Many awesome moments on the show, not only the ones that we publish, but als…
 
Limited Edition Prints In episode 69 of PhotoNetCast, Guy Tal joins us to discuss the practice and ethics of selling photographic prints in limited editions. Guy Tal, a landscape, nature and travel photographer based in Utah, recently posted an article on his blog offering his opinion that, given the state of photographic technology today, selling …
 
Combining Photography and Charity Work Episode 68 of PhotoNetCast brings together on the show Colby Brown (The Giving Lens) and Ivan Makarov (Plus One Collection) to talk about their experiences combining two of their passions – Photography and Charity Work. The Giving Lens organizes workshops and photo education events in several locations around …
 
Macro Photography Want to shoot the tiny stuff in life? All the bugs, all the details in flowers, all the details in the small objects? Then this episode is for you. I am joined by Dave Wilson, Will Burrard-Lucas and Teymur Madjderey for a discussion in Macro Photography. “Up Close on the Head” Extreme macro of a screw head with Phillips indentions…
 
Listener Questions We have dedicated this episode to clear the backlog of listeners’ questions we have been accumulating. Lot’s of useful and insightful discussion: We talk about Eye-Fi cards and their advantages and disadvantages; we try to explain the golden ratio, not an easy thing to do on and audio show; We discuss points of focus and problems…
 
Real Estate Photography with Michael James For the first episode of 2012 we have the pleasure of talking with Real Estate photographer Michael James. Michael, based in northwest Florida, came to real estate photography out of his own need for quality property imagery and found a niche that, according to him, is far from dead. During the conversatio…
 
Welcome to the last episode of your photography podcast for 2011. On this episode we have the pleasure of having as guest Thomas Leuthard. Thomas is a street photographer from Switzerland, although a lot of his work is done all over the world. During the conversation we had the time to discuss his books (Going Candid and Collecting Souls) which Tho…
 
Welcome to another episode of your photography podcast. Today we take a look at the results of our poll on our listeners’ photography spending habit. We also mention a new 500px export plugin for lightroom, bash Getty Images yet again for their cuts to photographers’ royalty percentages, and discuss photography as collectible art after the record-b…
 
Storm Photography On this episode we have the pleasure of talking with Mike Olbinski. Mike is a Phoenix photographer who happens to like chasing storms with his camera. He recently got a lot of attention for his timelapse video documenting a massive dust storm (aka Massive Haboob) hitting Phoenix on July 5th, 2011. We discuss his work, his book, as…
 
A few suggestions to improve your photography workflow Many times, the expression workflow is thrown around when talking about photography, and it gained popularity since the expansion of digital photography, hence digital workflow, namely used associated handling the digital files, from capture to publication. In my personal opinion, I think workf…
 
Inside 500px.com Welcome once again to your favourite, albeit almost always late, photography podcast. Episode #60 is up, and on the show we are inside 500px (no, really, Sean was there) for a conversation with Jennifer Tse and Andrey Tochilin, the Media Director and the Digital Strategist for 500px, respectively. 500px, started in 2003 as a commun…
 
The Importance of standing out with your photographic work In this episode we have as guest Scott Liddell to help us in the discussion. Scott is the anonymous now not anonymous anymore author of Dark Edinburgh. This site, although small in scale, has been gaining some notoriety around the local photographic community, and one reason for this might …
 
While editing the last episode, I decided to split the conversation in two so that we wouldn’t end up with an episode far too long. This episode is the second part of that conversation, and we discuss the good and the bad of hosting your own photoblog, as opposed using third-party services. As in episode 57, you’ll be hearing me (Antonio Marques), …
 
Episode 57 of your favourite photography podcast is here. On this one, besides the now regulars Sean and Dave, we were joined by Brian Matiash and Bob Lussier. Thanks to everyone for joining. Lots of discussion and exchange of ideas going on, namely on the latest TwitPic Terms of Service “blunders”. Does TwitPic really want to make money from users…
 
Episode #56 is (finally) out. On this episode we have Trey Ratcliff as guest, the one of THE HDR tutorial, talking about his progress in photography and his story from his initial days in HDR to the recognition, trust and respectability Trey has in the HDR world and photography in general. Besides the normal topics expected from a conversation in H…
 
First of all I have to apologize for the delay in releasing this episode. It was recorded in the beginning of January, but only now I had the time to edit and publish. Hope you understand. We start the show by answering a few listener questions (see below), continue with a short revision of some interesting topics on the news, namely the new “wirel…
 
Wildlife Photography As we’ve mentioned before, episode 54 is focused on Wildlife Photography. Will Burrard-Lucas is our expert on the topic and we discussed the basics of wildlife photography, including gear and logistics to commercialization of the images and approaches on how to get your images be seen by the traditional media. This is a must li…
 
As we mentioned in our last episode, we wanted to bring on the show someone who has been on the floor at Photokina 2010 to give us a general feeling for the biggest photography fair in the world. Joining us are Teymur Madjderey (Manfrotto School of Xcellence) and André M. Hünseler, two pros from Cologne working at Photokina. We talked about Photoki…
 
We’ve been promising it for a while but this post is the first in an occasional series devoted to photography technique. We would really appreciate your suggestions on further articles that you would like to read in this series. Aside from a few isolated creative cases, photographers strive to ensure that their images are as sharp as possible in th…
 
David Nightingale Episode 52 is out. In this episode, which marked our semi-successful attempt at broadcasting the recording live (more on this on an upcoming post), we started by discussing a couple of news coming out of Photokina 2010. The new Nikon D7000, some news from Sony, Canon G12 and the small Fuji Finepix X100. David Nightingale (@chromas…
 
From documenting the comeback of Lance Armstrong, to a World Press Photo Award In this episode we have the pleasure of having with us a very established name is sports photography – Elizabeth Kreutz. Elizabeth’s work got international recognition after she spent over a year documenting the unexpected comeback of one of the biggest names in world cy…
 
The summer is at its peak, at least on the northern hemisphere. Time for holidays, time for travelling, and time to pack all that photography gear and take it with you. Besides the typical "What Camera should I buy?" question, another that comes up frequently is related to camera bags and how to pack the gear. In this episode, we try to expand on t…
 
In there an easier way to license your photos? One of the complains we hear from photographers and buyers who are in the stock business has to do with the complexity of the Rights-Managed Licenses. From the usage type, run, duration, sizes, etc it all becomes a nightmare to manage in the long run. In that sense, and although not quite as simple as …
 
Urban Exploration – When decay turns into art As we hinted (sort of) in the last episode, the main topic for today’s show is Urban Exploration. As usual, we got a couple of guests really familiar with this topic to help us in the discussion: Sean Galbraith, which was with us on #47, and Sam Scholes (or on flickr). Both Sean and Sam have extensive e…
 
Discovering the true value of a photography magazine For this episode two new voices join us on the show: Sean Galbraith, co-owner of galleryDK and Achim Runnebaum, editor of RAN Magazine. A few days ago I posted an article on my blog explaining why I don’t subscribe to generalist photography magazines and would rather pay a higher price for a good…
 
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