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This podcast episode includes a photography update from the far north of Finland on the border with Russia as well as my initial impressions and thoughts on the noise performance of the Canon EOS R3 now that I have had a chance to review some sample RAW files. It also includes a sad update on the closing of the AIPP Australian Institute of Professi…
 
This podcast episode includes a weather update from the far north of Finland on the border with Russia as well as information on the easing of the pandemic travel restrictions into and out of Australia. Also included are my preliminary thoughts and impressions of Adobe's new masking tools in Lightroom Creative Cloud 2021. Support the show (https://…
 
This podcast episode includes an update from the far north of Finland on the border with Russia and information on the postponement of my planned Pallas Cat and Snow Leopard expeditions that were scheduled for December this year. Both these expeditions will now be held late in 2022. Further details can be found on my website at www.jholko.com/works…
 
In this podcast episode, we discuss the travel experience from Melbourne, Australia, to the far north of Finland, where I am currently situated for at least the next six weeks to photograph the wolves and wolverines that inhabit the forests on the border with Russia. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JoshuaHolko)…
 
In this podcast episode we discuss the 5.9 earthquake that rocked Victoria yesterday morning (for those of you living overseas), as well as commentary on the current state of international travel and my packing thoughts for Finland. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JoshuaHolko)By Joshua Holko AIPP M.Photog II
 
This podcast episode reviews and discusses the Natural History Museums Wildlife Photographer of the Year Unforgettable Photojournalism book. This is an interesting book and not what I was expecting when I ordered it. It comprises photographic entries into the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year that make powerful environmental statements and is n…
 
In this podcast episode, we talk more about the current state of the never-ending COVID pandemic here in Australia and discuss camera bags and flying internationally, packing for Finland, and the announcement today of the new Canon EOS R3 Camera. Link to The Problem of Flying with Camera Gear Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JoshuaHol…
 
We return to book reviews in this episode and discuss and review Ragnar Axelsson's masterpiece: Faces of the North. Faces of the North is an outstanding example of a documentary photography book and rates five stars. Faces of the North is currently out of print; however, I highly recommend you consider adding it to your photographic library if you …
 
I have just published Episode #18 of my Wild Nature Photography Podcast. In this podcast episode, we talk more about micro-fractures in CF cards in extremely cold weather and get to the bottom of what is causing this problem. If you are photographing in extremely cold environments for extended periods, this is definitely an issue you will want to b…
 
In this podcast episode, we talk more about the current state of COVID and the pandemic here in Australia as well as update the state of several workshops and expeditions. Also included are the new dates on the 2023 expedition to Ellesmere Island and a warning to check your memory cards for signs of microfracture and separation. Support the show (h…
 
In this podcast episode, we discuss how to create great wildlife photographs in the field. We also touch on several earlier podcasts including: The Three F's of Wildlife Photography Why a new camera might be detrimental to your photography I have also added two new levels of support for the Podcast that include monthly image critiques for those of …
 
In this episode, we discuss the COVID-19 situation in Australia as of mid-August 2021 and what it means for travel for Australian citizens. We also discuss the recent feature portfolio published in the Hungarian Digitalis Photography magazine as well the feature article published by UK Business Influencer magazine on the 2022 Winter expedition I am…
 
In this episode, we return to book reviews and discuss and review Vincent Munier's wonderful (but sadly out of print) Kamchatka. For those of you who may be unfamiliar with Kamchatka; it is located in a remote part of far eastern Russia, lying between the Sea of Okhotsk on the west and the Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea on the east. It's renowned…
 
In this podcast episode, we address the big question of 'How to Take Better Photographs'. We tackle the two primary aspects in the creation of a strong, powerful, and emotive photograph: Field Craft and Artistic Intent. Finland Winter Workshop Details 2022 Why a New Camera Might be Detrimental to Your Photography Photograph What You are Passionate …
 
In this podcast episode, we address the questions around how to choose the right ship-based expedition for the best possible photographic experience in the world's polar regions. We address the issues surrounding dedicated photographic expeditions vs. mixed tourist trips, the size, and type of vessel as well as ice-class, passenger numbers, photogr…
 
In this podcast episode, we talk about the current state of the ongoing pandemic here in Australia, as well as the very strict COVID travel restrictions that are currently in place for international travel into and out of Australia. We also talk about both the upcoming sold-out Wolves and Wolverines workshop this October in northern Finland, the so…
 
In this podcast episode we take a look at two different RAW converters, Adobe Lightroom Classic (LRC) 10.3 and Canons Digital Photo Professional (DPP) 4.15. We discuss the methodology for comparisons between the converters as well as the reasons for the differing results you can expect from each program. Which one is best? Comparison between Adobe …
 
In this podcast episode we return to photography book reviews and discuss and review Paul Nicklen's magnum opus 'Born to Ice'. A small correction: In this podcast I noted that Born to Ice was published by Tashan when in fact it was actually published by teNeues. Born to Ice can be ordered through teNeues or through Amazon Support the show (https://…
 
In this podcast episode we discuss the three F's of Wildlife Photography and the importance of having your subject doing something interesting in your photograph. We also discuss the importance of knowing what it is you are trying to say about your photograph when you click the shutter. Finland Wolverines and Wolves Workshop Details Joshua Holko AI…
 
In this podcast episode we have a Questions and Answers session on Winter Wildlife Photography to close out the webinar I did for BenQ on How to Take Better Wildlife Photographs in Winter. If you missed the webinar it has now been posted to You Tube and can be viewed on demand. Link to the review of the BenQ SW271C Photographic Monitor Arctic Fox E…
 
In this podcast episode we talk about how others value you're photography and the importance of understanding value in commercial arrangements. Joshua Holko AIPP M. Photog II AIPP Director Founder Wild Nature Photo Travel Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JoshuaHolko)By Joshua Holko AIPP M.Photog II
 
In this podcast episode we ask how many mega-pixels are enough in real-world applications. Also included is an invitation to the June 16th webinar on How to Shoot Better Wildlife Photographs in Winter. Click HERE to register for the free webinar. Joshua Holko AIPP M. Photog II AIPP Director Founder Wild Nature Photo Travel Support the show (https:/…
 
In this podcast episode we examine why purchasing a new camera may actually be detrimental to your photography. Also included is an invitation to the June 16th webinar on How to Shoot Better Wildlife Photographs in Winter. Click HERE to register for the free webinar. Joshua Holko AIPP M. Photog II AIPP Director Founder Wild Nature Photo Travel Supp…
 
In this premiere podcast episode we examine the recent development announcement from Canon of the all new EOS R3 and what it means for sports and wildlife photographers. Joshua Holko AIPP M. Photog II AIPP Director Founder Wild Nature Photo Travel Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JoshuaHolko)…
 
In this second podcast episode we examine the second development announcement from Canon of the all new EOS R3 Professional Sports, News and Wildlife Camera. Also included is an invitation to the June 16th webinar on How to Shoot Better Wildlife Photographs in Winter. Click HERE to register for the free webinar. Joshua Holko AIPP M. Photog II AIPP …
 
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