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For our final ever episode we welcome Jim Mortram to The Togcast. Jim is a British social documentary photographer and writer based in Norfolk. His ongoing photographic work Small Town Inertia records the lives of a number of disadvantaged and marginalise people living near to his home. We chat to Jim about the power of photography to bring change …
 
We're delighted to be joined by award-winning photojournalist Robin Hammond to discuss the power of photography to bring change, and the fantastic work of his non-profit organisation Witness Change. Their mission statement reads "Stigmatized people are often excluded from their own stories. We use visual storytelling to support these people as they…
 
In the first of the final 3 Togcast episodes (ever!) we chat with photographer Toby Smith about ClimateVisuals.org and the power of photography to affect and influence change in the field of climate change. Toby has had work published with National Geographic, the New York Times, BBC, The Guardian, The Sunday Times and the Royal Geographic Society …
 
In this 'In Focus' episode we're talking about photography in higher education, both studying and teaching. We've talked to students, ex-students, tutors and mature returners to get a picture of the photographic degree scene. There are a number of photography courses and options for studying for both young adults and mature students. In this episod…
 
We wanted to share the full interview with Helen Iles from our recent 'In Focus' episode because it goes into more detail about staying safe whilst out in the landscape. Big thanks to Helen for sharing her knowledge and experience with us. If you want to download a free copy of her Kit PDF please visit: https://www.thetogcast.com/latest-episode Pat…
 
In this second 'In Focus' episode we put the spotlight on staying safe whilst out photographing in the wild places and urban spaces of the world. With stories of what can go wrong, and plenty of advice on how to be prepared, hopefully this episode will remind us all to plan suitably when heading out locally or further afield with our camera. Stayin…
 
Here's another of the full interviews we conducted for our recent 'Snapshot of a Pandemic' episode. In this podcast its Kieran Dodds, an award-winning photojournalist. Check out more of his work here: https://www.kierandodds.com SUPPORT US ON PATREON We're also very excited to announce the launch of our ISO Club on Patreon. There are 3 levels of su…
 
We're going to be sharing some of the full interviews we conducted for our recent 'Snapshot of a Pandemic' episode. First up is our chat with Lake District based photographer and gallery owner Stuart McGlennon. Check out more of his work here: https://www.lensdistrict.com SUPPORT US ON PATREON We're also very excited to announce the launch of our I…
 
Welcome back to the first of our new style ‘In Focus’ episodes. Each month (on the 1st) we will release one new ‘In Focus’ episode focussing on specific topics within the photography world. There will also be bonus episodes in-between so stay subscribed via your favourite podcast app to get all the latest episodes. Snapshot of a Pandemic This first…
 
After 6 months away...we're back! Firstly with this short interlude episode where we apologise for our absence and explain what happened, and what's next. Excitingly, our new 'In Focus' series will be starting on Thursday 1st April so stay subscribed for the next era of the Togcast Photography Podcast - bigger & better than ever before! Stay in tou…
 
In this episode we catch up with documentary photographer Martin Andersen and chat about his recent project & accompanying book ‘Can’t Smile Without You’. Martin is a photographer, art director and designer. His photography work has been published and exhibited internationally in China, France, Japan, Mexico, UK and USA. His professional life has s…
 
In this episode we chat with Professor Tim Allott about the relationships between the physical landscape and photography. As a Professor of Physical Geography, Tim brings his own unique view to the landscape and thoughts on how we represent it visually. Recorded live at South Manchester Camera Club, this is an interesting look at how our landscape …
 
We’re back with a small ‘bonus episode’ featuring Charlie Waite. In this episode we discuss the origins of ‘Landscape Photographer of the Year’ (lpoty.co.uk) with Charlie. We reflect on how the competition has developed over the last 13 years, how it has positively impacted the lives of many photographers, and much more. We also get to quiz Charlie…
 
We’re delighted to welcome Verity Milligan to the show this week. Verity is an extremely well respected photographer and educator covering a variety of disciplines. Her creative streak and connection to her subjects is clearly visible in her emotive landscape imagery, and we discuss this love of the outdoors with the need to still be versatile with…
 
In this episode Paul chats with landscape photographer & tutor Michael Pilkington. Michael is co-founder of the popular workshop company Aspect2i and particularly loves black & white and infrared photography. We dig into some of the techniques and tips for shooting infrared in a creative way and also discuss Michaels thought processes with printing…
 
We're delighted to catch up with top wildlife & landscape photographer Ben Osborne. With a career spanning over 35 years, Ben has worked around the world, on projects for the BBC & National Geographic amongst many others. Amongst various accolades, Ben won the 2007 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition with his stunning image of an Elephant…
 
In this episode Paul chats with Jill Welham; a printmaker, photographer and artist. Jill won the prestigious ‘International Garden Photographer of the Year’ competition in 2019 with a cyanotype image. Jill creates unique prints using wet cyanotype, a modified version of the 19th century photographic printing process, introducing moisture onto the t…
 
In this short bonus episode Sam and Paul visit the Sir Don McCullin 'Stillness of Life' Exhibition in Somerset. Held at Hauser & Wirth venue in Bruton, Somerset - this exhibition features over 60 images of various landscapes. Sam and Paul discuss their first impressions and how they reacted to and engaged with the images upon first viewing. Check o…
 
Magnus Lindbom is a Swedish landscape photographer with a passion for the Mountains. His outdoor photography pursuits often see him spending days & weeks in tents exploring far off the beaten track, in search of a deeper connection with the landscape. We chat to Magnus about his early life as a Mountain Ranger in Sweden, how his passion developed f…
 
We're back! We kick off 2020 with Jack Lowe; a photographer, sound recordist and creator of The Lifeboat Station Project, an 8 year art project taking him to all 238 RNLI lifeboat stations on the coast of the UK and Ireland. He photographs and interviews the lifeboat volunteers he meets along the way but there’s a twist! Travelling in his mobile da…
 
On this show we welcome arguably the foremost British Documentary Photographer of his era; Martin Parr. With over 100 books to his name, a photographic foundation and having formerly been the president of Magnum Photos, they don’t come much bigger than this. His imagery is quirky, humorous, sometimes uncomfortable but definitely his own! Over his c…
 
On this show we catch up with landscape pro photographer Lizzie Shepherd. Lizzie is based up in North Yorkshire and specialises in landscape, nature and travel with some occasional commercial photography. Her work is exhibited at the Joe Cornish Gallery in Northallerton and has appeared in various photography magazines. We chat with Lizzie about ho…
 
This episode was recorded live at FotoFest 2019 in September and features 4 top UK photographers across a range of genres. In the landscape sector we have Rachael Talibart and Nigel Danson, Tom Way covers wildlife and Martin Parr from a documentary point of view. We get into some hot photography topics and take questions from the live studio audien…
 
David Ward is one of Britain's most notable landscape photographers. His eye for shape and form is without equal and produces work that is startling in its clarity and intensity. We caught up with David at his 'Overlooked' exhibition which is currently on display at the Joe Cornish Gallery. We chat about his visual motivations, theories about compo…
 
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