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A frequently recorded podcast of daily thoughts and or information regarding photography, videography, as well as audio. I’m not an expert in any of these field’s I do believe that I can help the beginner to intermediate answer any questions. **Update I've added some new voices to the show and its running a bit longer these days!**
 
Aperture and Shutter Speed is radio show about the love of film and photography. Everything that goes into getting that perfect shot, managing difficult lighting, and the excitement of new technology will be discussed here on Aperture and Shutter Speed. Be sure to tune Tuesday at 12PM to listen live with professional photographer Chelsea Podcasts of our shows will be available on Lone Star’s Soundcloud and Youtube Channels follow the LIVE broadcast on Wednesday.
 
Welcome to the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom podcast and tutorial series. This podcast series is designed to give you access to the real story behind Lightroom. Not only do we take you behind the scenes with the engineers on the Lightroom team so you can hear their personal thinking on the program, but we also interview industry leaders and artists to gain their insight into the art and craft of digital photography. Your input has helped make Lightroom great, so keep it coming. Thanks very much, ...
 
Whether you want to create stunning images, or just use your digital camera for life's memories, there is something here for you. Recent episodes show Aperture and Lightroom (coming June 2011). Jim Everett is an Australian living in Los Angeles - a photographic artist and entertaining presenter who demystifies technology for the new user. He has been a repeat guest on the popular G4 Tech TV Canada "The Lab With Leo Laporte" show (see episodes here), and is a regular contributor to Photo Mark ...
 
Photography has evolved into something more than an aggregation of pixels. Photographer/Photo Editor Sarah Jacobs and PhotoShelter co-founder Allen Murabayashi discuss photography and its intersection with culture and technology in this weekly podcast. From facial recognition to the photographers capturing Beyoncé, Vision Slightly Blurred will help you see photography through a new lens.
 
This Podcast is created and curated by Deepak Jayaraman (an Executive Coach and a Leadership Advisor). He lives in Mumbai and works with successful Senior Executives by helping them play to their unique potential but with a sharp focus on transitions (business or career). Just like businesses need to think about "where to play" and "how to win", leaders need to be coherent about "where to go" and "how to grow" in their journeys. Deepak works with them during pivotal moments to help them with ...
 
A podcast for geospatial people. Weekly episodes that focus on the tech, trends, tools, and stories from the geospatial world. Interviews with the people that are shaping the future of GIS, geospatial as well as practitioners working in the geo industry. This is a podcast for the GIS and geospatial community subscribe or visit https://mapscaping.com to learn more
 
A quick photo every day! With the IT MADE CLICK podcast I would like to motivate you to take your camera and make a quick photo. If you experiment with your camera just a few minutes every day, then soon you will absolutely master this awesome device. If you have any photography questions, I am happy to answer them here, too.
 
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) presents the Neurosalience podcast. In this series of interviews you’ll discover the latest developments in techniques for measuring brain structure and function. You’ll hear about how these tools can provide insight into the function of the brain from childhood to old age, and why these normal processes may be affected in neurological and psychiatric conditions.
 
The Counter Esperanto Podcast: Tangents about Twin Peaks is the work of Karl Eckler and Jubel Brosseau, and represents their first foray into podcasting about their Weird interests. This is not a recap podcast (there are plenty of those), spoilers abound as Jubel and Karl discuss the Twin Peaks mythos as a whole, generally working backwards from Mark Frost’s new book The Secret History of Twin Peaks.
 
Yo! My name is Danny Feng and I’m a filmmaker, creative director and founder of FENG PRODUCTION based in Berlin Germany. Subscribe to this podcast series for filmmaking and creative business topics. My goal is to deliver insightful and useful information to you all in hope to give you some kind of value to your business and creativity.
 
The Stones of Venice is a three-volume treatise on Venetian art and architecture by English art historian John Ruskin, first published from 1851 to 1853. Intending to prove how the architecture in Venice exemplified the principles he discussed in his earlier work, The Seven Lamps of Architecture, Ruskin examined the city in detail, describing for example over eighty churches. He discusses architecture of Venice's Byzantine, Gothic and Renaissance periods, and provides a general history of th ...
 
How do you elevate your photography? If you read articles, listen to photography podcasts, watch a lot Youtube videos; and you’ve attended numerous workshops and conferences; you’ve probably tried lots of techniques-different lights and lighting set ups; you've purchased a ton of gear, software, and apps; or taken to the extreme, you’ve changed camera systems. And are your photos really that much better? What if I told you that the secret to better photos isn’t in the latest gear or the late ...
 
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Turner Sports is using the recent return of sporting events to bolster new initiatives in both advertising and audience building. In the heat of March Madness, which has returned this year after taking a 2020 hiatus, Tina Shah, evp and general manager at Turner Sports, said her team has been integrating innovation in both production and content for…
 
Comedy troupe “The Whitest Kids U Know” present “The Civil War on Drugs” follows two young men who mistakenly believe the Civil War is being waged over the legalization of marijuana. They join the cause and embark on a journey that brings them face to face with the Union, the Confederates, the Pony Express and even Abraham Lincoln.…
 
Today's Made Up Game features a heady and nostalgic mix of Mark Goodier, Ultra Naté and Dina Carroll, we're interrupted with pleasant award-winning news, and there's some dubious advice offered up around the use of WD40 on your car windscreen, which should act as a timely reminder to never ever take what's said on this show as gospel. EVER. Enjoy.…
 
Super Resolution - what it is, how it works, and the pro's and con's - Along the way, you will learn a little bit about computer vision in the earth observation domain UP42 Free Trial is available here! https://up42.com/pricing A podcast episode about UP42 - check out episode 32 - A Marketplace for Geospatial Data and Workflows https://mapscaping.c…
 
Over 100 million people in the U.S. have already received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccines, and we have the photos to prove it. In this episode of Vision Slightly Blurred: - Lindsey Wasson captures the surprised expression of a 98-year old nursing home resident who received an in-person visit from her son for the first time in over a year - G…
 
TikTok has risen rapidly from being a new platform for marketers to kick the tires on to becoming a staple in some advertisers’ social budgets. “Curiosity, for sure, has exploded. We were a test partner, I would say, in 2020, and 2021 is the year that we want to be trusted,” said TikTok’s head of global agency & accounts Khartoon Weiss in the lates…
 
Aside from one slip of the tongue that is barely noticeable and a few messy interruptions here and there (proof if proof be need be that no one listens to Producer Dave), in and amongst the rough were some dazzling diamonds - namely a superb Unsung Hero, a top drawer Shame Well and a guest appearance from John’s best friend Brian May.…
 
GUEST Bill Carr is the Co-Author (along with Colin Bryar) of the recently published book Working Backwards - Insights, Stories and Secrets from Inside Amazon. In Working Backwards, these two long-serving Amazon executives reveal and codify the principles and practices that drive the success of one of the most extraordinary companies the world has e…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT Bill speaks about some of the elements of Jeff Bezos’s leadership that make him distinctive. While some of those elements are in-born and hard to replicate, he teases out some of the elements that we could learn and imbibe as we go through our journeys. GUEST Bill Carr is the Co-Author (along with Colin Bryar) of the recently publish…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT Bill speaks about the story behind the evolution of the 14 leadership principles at Amazon. He speaks about how Amazon reinforces these 14 principles in the way it hires, conducts performance appraisals and the way it brings it to life when it comes to making hard decisions. GUEST Bill Carr is the Co-Author (along with Colin Bryar) o…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT Bill speaks about how Amazon uses the Bar-Raiser process to ensure that it recruits great leaders into the company. He specifically speaks about the role of a Bar Raiser and how he/she is empowered to uphold quality standards without being pressurized by the “here and now” demands of the business. He also speaks about how Amazon trad…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT Bill decodes the Amazon Leadership Principle – Are right a lot. He speaks about how Amazon thinks about good judgment and the nuances between 1 way door decisions and 2-way door decisions. He speaks about how Amazon creates a culture of open-ness to multiple perspectives in the spirit of enabling good quality decisions. GUEST Bill Ca…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT Bill speaks about how decisions are made and how well people are listened to which ensures that there is minimal dissonance post the decision leading to “passive aggression”. He links it back to the writing culture in Amazon to ensure that complex ideas are presented with all the nuances for people to appreciate the various trade-off…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT Bill speaks about how Amazon uses written word as a source of differentiation and a competitive advantage. He speaks about how meetings are run in Amazon and the impact on productivity and effectiveness when people submit written documents. He also speaks about the PR/FAQ process which, in a way, is the backbone of the Working Backwa…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT Bill speaks about how Amazon drives a culture of risk taking by being open towards failures. He also goes onto speak about the distinction between good failure and bad failure and how companies should ensure they don’t mistake one for the other GUEST Bill Carr is the Co-Author (along with Colin Bryar) of the recently published book W…
 
NUGGET CONTEXT Bill speaks about how Jeff Bezos made the distinction between “what” decisions and “who” decisions. He takes us back to 2004 when the whole media world was transitioning from physical to digital. Bill lays out how Jeff thought about the decision and first focused on deploying the most prized resources (the who) in the company to go a…
 
In this week’s podcast, you’ll hear about clinical applications of resting-state fMRI from Dr Michael Fox. You’ll hear some of the highlights of his research, from the beginnings at Wash U, including his early work on resting-state fMRI and the issue of global signal regression, to his more recent pioneering work on lesion network mapping. Through …
 
John & Elis keep getting told by friends' wives that they all fancy Producer Dave. However, John (38) has now seen Old Man Robins staring back in the mirror. But as a 21st century, boundary breaking man he's here to fight age and stereotypes with the power of tinted moisturiser and concealer.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Photographer Lynn Goldsmith won a huge victory against the Andy Warhol Foundation last week when the 2nd Court of Appeals declared that the Foundation had infringed her copyright when it licensed artwork based on her photo of Prince in 2016. Sarah and Allen sort out some of the legal details surrounding the 65 page opinion. Also: amazing photos of …
 
Peter Bandetti talks to Catie Chang, who walks us through her thought process regarding pulling information out of the fMRI time series. After discussing some of the ongoing issues in fMRI, such as whether or not to use global signal regression to remove noise, she leads us into a commonly overlooked effect in fMRI—that of changes in arousal and vi…
 
The Open Geospatial Consortium ( OGC ) is connecting people, communities, and technology to solve global challenges and address everyday needs. check out episode 43 - The Evolution of geospatial file formats and data exchange - with Dale Lutz ( Co-Founder of SafeSoftware ) You might also enjoy this episode about data formats :) Remember to Subscrib…
 
Slightly over 40 years ago, photographer Rick Smolan convened 100 of the world's best photographers to photograph 24 hours in Australia – an audacious and self-published effort which yielded the first in a series of massively successful photo coffee table books under the "A Day in the Life" moniker. The intricacies and logistics of producing the bo…
 
A successful first-party data strategy incorporates data into every facet of the business — from advertising to affiliate to licensing. At least that’s how Trusted Media Brands’ CEO Bonnie Kintzer is approaching the company’s first-party data strategy. So far the company's notable revenue growth is proving this to be a good move. The company’s adve…
 
In this week's episode, Peter Bandettini talks to directly to MRI scanner vendors. Together, they try to reconcile the importance of fMRI in research contexts with the market pressures of developing clinical applications. As fMRI has virtually no clinical market, does it really influence vendor decisions on pulse sequences and hardware? Could more …
 
Blink and you'll miss today's show, as the horses running around in circles meant the content juggernaut of Elis James and John Robins was reduced to just a one hour offering. But fear not! We make up the time by reading out a list of the many World Championship successes of the Soviet Union's Men's Ice Hockey team, chronologically and in full. Pub…
 
Google Earth Engine combines a multi-petabyte catalog of satellite imagery and geospatial datasets with planetary-scale analysis capabilities and makes it available for scientists, researchers, and developers for free to detect changes, map trends, and quantify differences on the Earth's surface. Qiusheng Wu Twitter @giswqs wetlands.io A podcast ep…
 
We like the quirk, and that's what photographer Enoch Ku captured while cruising around his hometown of Sacramento, CA. A set of hedges cut into the shape of playing card suits, a manhole cover ambiguously lined up with a street's divider lines, playful shadows cast by a bike rack. Ordinary Sacramento is the name of the project. Also in this episod…
 
There is a reason why most conversations start by addressing the weather. It's a universal talking point that affects everyone, regardless of backgrounds and demographics, making it an easy icebreaker. Marketers love the topic too and publishers like The Weather Channel end up benefiting greatly because they attract large audiences that span whatev…
 
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