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Unfiltered is a podcast series that sheds light on those working in the adult industry, and explores all topics of sex with authors, educators, and advocates. Hosted by world renowned erotic photographer and director Holly Randall, she interviews some of the biggest names in the adult industry, and various non-porn guests who touch on the subject of sex in one way or another. With an honest and humorous outlook on life, Holly strips away the misconceptions on people who work in the sex indus ...
 
"To take a photograph is to align the head, the eye and the heart. It's a way of life." Henri Cartier-Bresson. Whatever your level of engagement with photography The Photographic Life Podcast explains the realities of working with and learning about the medium. Each week photographer, writer, lecturer and filmmaker Grant Scott reflects on news, discussions, themes and issues surrounding the photographic community. He also asks a photographer to supply him with an audio file no longer than 5 ...
 
Leading celebrity and portrait photographer Gina Milicia discusses how to get the most out of your photography, including all the gear and gadgets you need. She chats to photography enthusiast Valerie Khoo on how to pose people, scout the best locations, and more. Useful tips, practical advice – and even some gossip – to help you get ahead, behind the lens!
 
Because we are interested in people's story, and not what type of gear they use, we introduce a new much needed podcast in the world of photography and cinematography. Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual revolutionaries, we are bringing you the backstory on how some of your favorite artists got to where they are today.
 
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.
 
Welcome to The Bokeh Podcast, where we help photographers build sustainable businesses! Host Nathan Holritz and his guests will help you build your brand, focus your marketing efforts, refine your workflows, and dial in your photographic technique - all with efficiency in mind. In the end, we not only want you to succeed as a photography business owner, but to still have a life through it all. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Jump into the conversation with host Dave Maze at the PolarPro Studio. Every week Dave sits down with a new guest. These guests are a diverse assortment of creatives ranging from photographers/videographers to entrepreneurs who have taken their creative skills and built a business. Be sure you're subscribed as we go live with a new episode each Tuesday morning!
 
Interviewing amazing people in the creative industry about their experiences, how they started, and advice they would give to others. If you want to be inspired by people who have successfully built relationships with brands, creatively gained a following on social media, and successfully pursued a freelance career, this is the podcast for you. Hosted by Chris Campbell. Instagram: @CreativeCatalystPodcast
 
Welcome to the Show! We are the best - never heard of us - photographers in Oklahoma just crazy enough to share knowledge, passion, and tricks of the industry. We want to help educate photographers of all skill levels with useful information, humor and a few things that make you say Hmmmm. As tribe twins, we work hard to find and interview the movers and shakers that share the vision that “Sharing is Caring”. We love to hear your suggested topics, questions, and creatives we should have on t ...
 
Get your witch fix with a twist. Reviews and autopsies on the best (and worst) in witch fiction, non-fiction, games, TV and film. And I'll be putting my own witch fic to the test in serialised episodes. Find me on Youtube to see unboxings and witchy craft projects. Get in touch on twitter @witchfix or email witchfixpodcast@gmail.com Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/rss/Witchfixpodcast?auth=9oaohUvw9IBI0r7ZrMT6aPhIZs22AEYo Photograph by Michael Penny Music by Jahzzar (Under Attribution-Share ...
 
The MCM Podcast is a talk show where the minds behind the @MonmouthCountyMemez Instagram Page host and interview New Jersey's most prominent Instagram profiles including meme pages, photographers, businesses, and influencers. They plan on discovering what makes each account unique and shedding light on how they were able to garner the success of their pages.
 
The Travel and Adventure Photography School podcast is designed for those who want to create better images anywhere in the world. We will explore tools, stories, and tips to help inspire your creativity and engage your wanderlust. If you are aiming to better document your adventures and travels, then you are in the right place!It doesn’t matter what you are taking photos on, whether it’s your phone, a DSLR, mirrorless, or any other type of camera. This podcast will apply to you if you are in ...
 
A weekly discussion from the editors of Contrivers' Review. Cover Art: This photograph is part of the Fonds André Cros, preserved by the city archives of Toulouse and released under CC BY-SA 4.0 license by the deliberation n°27.3 of June 23rd, 2017 of the Town Council of the City of Toulouse.
 
The Jasmine Star Show is a conversational business podcast that explores what it really means to turn your passion into profits. Law school dropout turned world-renowned photographer and expert business strategist, host Jasmine Star delivers her best business advice every week with a mixture of inspiration, wittiness, and a kick in the pants. On The Jasmine Star Show, you can expect raw business coaching sessions, honest conversations with industry peers, and most importantly: tactical tips ...
 
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In addition to a quick review of the new features in Photoshop, you’ll discover how to make a splash in this episode with splash photography. That means capturing splashes, water droplets while they’re in motion and tips on whether you should use techniques involving flash or shutter speed or both. Gina and Valerie hope you enjoy the podcast. Sign …
 
Known as "The Unstable One", photographer Jean-Michel Landon wanted to give an unfiltered glimpse of life in the Échat housing project in the French suburb of Créteil. His black and white photos document both the idleness and hope of its youth. But he's more than just a passive photographer. This former social worker also serves as a mentor to his …
 
Aletheia Casey is an Australian photographic artist currently living in London, England. She has been published in and worked with The Guardian, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Financial Times Magazine, BBC London and BBC World, Australian Associated Press and numerous other international publications. Aletheia has exhibited at the National Portrait…
 
In episode 131 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed considering technology and photography, marking the passing of Frank Horvat, and reflecting on the portrait photograph as a historical document.Plus this week photographer Olivia Rose takes on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in w…
 
Commercial director, filmmaker, photographer, and friend of the show, Sinuhe Xavier returns to make an in person appearance at the Visual Revolutionary studio and have a discussion about why he's made the decision to start splitting up his time in LA to a more personally satisfying existence in the mountains of Colorado, how he's been affected by t…
 
Kristina and Shelly discuss low-key and how this lighting challenge can really be used to create a moody image. Just like in past episodes they take a critical look at their images as well as images from the community. On this episode we feature work by Scott Metzger, Tpbias Schiel, Sunny Ang and Janan Lee. You can find articles on creativity and t…
 
Tom Oldham has had a career spanning 15 years as one of the top voice-over artists in the U.K. He has worked with all of the tops brands to create attention-grabbing adverts, as well as documentary voiceovers. Along with this success he managed to write and produce the film “Morris: A life with bells on” and collaborate with some fabulous creators …
 
Are you taking the appropriate steps to ensure your website is optimized for search rankings? In episode 432 of the Bokeh Podcast, Corey Potter and Dylan Howell of Fuel Your Photos join us to explain how search engine optimization works in favor of photographers. Listen in as they share tools and steps to optimize your website content for search en…
 
Free stock photo site Unsplash entered the news cycle again when the UK government used a photo of an Atlanta-based dancer as the subject of their "Cyber First" ad campaign, suggesting that dancers would be better served with a job in cyber security. Photographer Krys Alex, who previously had uploaded the image to Unsplash, was horrified that her i…
 
Most photographers get into photography before they get into editing. So when we start editing our photos there are some pretty common mistakes most new photographers make but there are 4 here today that I think you need to make that will actually help you become a better photographer. Check out the show notes to see some of my FIRST DSLR photos ta…
 
You know how sometimes people produce work that’s actually designed more to impress their peers rather than accomplish the primary goal. I think this happens in photography sometimes. A Must Have! Vegas Noir By Ted Vieira in Film Photography Projects 78 pages, published 1/31/2020 Las Vegas, Nevada is, in many ways, a very unique place. That’s actua…
 
Episode 140 of Wedding Photographers Unite! In this episode Andy, Jimi and Lindsay are here to chat about many wedding photography related things! Help us help you! Please send your questions and thoughts on our show to info@weddingphotographersunite.com or joining us on our facebook group page here. Also, please give the love of uniting wedding ph…
 
http://p3photographers.net/podcast/P3P059_sykes.mp3 Transcript Go to Notes | Lifeline | Links | Transcript UPDATE Oct 2, 2020: The full transcript has now been added below. Due to some recording issues, the audio version of today’s podcast episode wound up with some sections left “on the cutting room floor”. However, I’ve included everything that w…
 
My guest this week is a violinist, flutist, coach, counselor, and educator Michelle May. Michelle is the manager and bandleader of Musique Noire, a women-led strings and percussion ensemble performing world jazz music. She is the Executive Producer of the ensemble’s three CD releases and music films. She has performed with numerous high-profile, Gr…
 
In tonight’s edition: Tanzania’s opposition rejects what it sees as an ‘illegitimate' election. Candidates allege fraud and question the country’s democratic integrity. And in his first public appearance since he was forced out following a bloody post electoral crisis in late 2010, former Ivorian President Laurent Gbaggbo calls for dialogue ahead o…
 
Tony thinks YouTube is tricking you into thinking you're learning more than you are. You may not realize how YouTube is steering the lessons you watch, what crucial information you're missing out on, or how you're being turned away from good teachers! Has the algorithm kept you from being a better photographer? How can you learn everything you need…
 
Hours before France goes back to lockdown it is back to maximum terror alert level. The third terror attack in just over a month targeting a church in Nice. Three killed in a knifing spree, a wounded suspect in custody. After Emmanuel Macron's defense of the republishing of Charlie Hebdo cartoons of the prophet and a boycott movement in the Muslim …
 
On October 16, French schoolteacher Samuel Paty was brutally murdered after he showed the controversial Charlie Hebdo cartoons during a lesson about free speech. Since then, French authorities have been clamping down on radicalisation. In particular, the government wants to focus on the training of imams. A series of agreements have been signed bet…
 
There was frustration and incomprehension among many working in cinemas, theatres and concert venues in France, following the announcement of a second national lockdown from the government. As museums also prepare to close their doors, we take a last look at an exhibition at the Quai Branly museum which shifts its perspective to contemporary artist…
 
It's hard to overstate the importance of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in this US presidential election. President Donald Trump has come under fire for his handling of the situation nationally and the US continues to top the list of countries with the most cases. Minority populations, especially African-Americans and Hispanics, have been particu…
 
IN THE PRESS – Thursday, October 29, 2020: We take a look at reactions in the French newspapers as the country braces for a second lockdown. We then turn to Germany, where authorities have also announced a new "lockdown light", and see how the announcement has been received in the press. Finally, we focus on China, where a man has been arrested for…
 
French business organisations have warned that a wave of bankruptcies may result from the second national lockdown, which begins on Friday. With all non-essential shops shut, many retailers will be closed for part of the key pre-Christmas trading period. Also today, French luxury giant LMVH's deal to buy the jeweller Tiffany is back on after the Am…
 
Combining light sources can lead to extremely powerful images, but the technique requires a level of comfort and experience for proper execution! I recently saw Drae Brown post a few images on Facebook of a stunning portrait session where he combined flash and a gorgeous sunrise to highlight his model. The image was so well-lit that I knew I needed…
 
Have you ever considered starting a podcast to market your business? Not only am I the host of the Jasmine Star Show, but I have found that doing 6-8 podcast interviews per month has grown both the Jasmine Star and Social Curator brands immensely. >>If you love listening to podcasts, chances are you know podcasts are a great way to get your name ou…
 
In recent video I uploaded to YouTube I talk about the concept of selling prints from your website. I thought I’d talk a little be more on that subject. Enjoy The Links Sell Prints From Your Website (last week’s youtube video TAVPhotography.com (if you want to see how I’ve set my site up to sell) You Owe It To Yourself To Buy This Book! Portland By…
 
In today’s episode of Shutter Stories we’re discussing how AI and deep learning are becoming an increasingly common part of camera technology. Canon Product Specialist Mike Burnhill is here to explain how the technology works, while the acclaimed family photographer Helen Bartlett tells us exactly how it’s helping her business. Visit our website: h…
 
Calls for the boycott of French products are growing across the Muslim world, in response to French President Emmanuel Macron's robust defence of the right to mock religion, Islam included. This follows the brutal murder of a schoolteacher who showed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. It's the latest twist in a years-long debate about the nature of …
 
In this edition, we turn our attention to Saudi Arabia, which this week hosted the Women 20 (W2​0) online summit, attended by some of the most powerful women from across the globe. However, there were also many missing faces. Among them were some of the conservative kingdom's most prominent activists, like Loujain al-Hathloul (pictured). According …
 
Yuliya • Leica M (typ 262) • Summicron 50 In 1998 at age 90, the photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, who swore by his Leica, said to Helmut Newton: “sharpness is a bourgeois concept.” Bourgeois means wealth without taste. Jim Austen That’s one of my favorite photography quotes. “sharpness is a bourgeois concept.” I’ll share my two cents on the subj…
 
Roumazières-Loubert is known as the "city of clay". This small town in France's western Charente region has been turning the precious raw material into tiles for more than a century. For 40 years, Bernadette has been passionate about working with clay and says the local factory has become her second home. A little further south, the town of Chalais…
 
In our conversation with Seth, we talk about his hilarious interactions with director J.J. Abrams, his time directing Patton Oswalt, and what it was like creating his own start-up from a Kickstarter that raised over $100,000! Seth has created multiple short films for the filmmaking software company Red Giant and made commercial projects for compani…
 
The long awaited documentary featuring the Obama administration's Chief White House Photographer Pete Souza recently made its debut on MSNBC, and Sarah and Allen share their thoughts, and why they shed a few tears. In addition, Pari Dukovic's photo of Joe Biden kissing his son Hunter goes viral on Twitter (do you think that's appropriate????), a co…
 
As entrepreneurs, we know that running a business can be tough, but what happens when your health is a factor in how you run that business? In episode 433 of the Bokeh Podcast, Emilie Steinmann joins us to share her experience in running a successful business while managing a chronic illness. Listen in as she shares three key ideas that will enable…
 
Dana Arnold is a soon to be Monterey California wedding photographer and Navy wife who has to pack up her business and move to a new part of the country every 18 months. Today she shares the challenges she faces when starting over every and how you can overcome them. In This Episode You'll Learn: How Dana got into photography What Dana struggled wi…
 
Are you finding yourself hustling hard, spinning your wheels and doing the work but still aren’t seeing results? Then this episode is for you, friend… it just might be your mindset. >>Today, we’re doing something we’ve NEVER done before: a podcast interview mash-up!<< I do about 8-10 podcast interviews per month with incredible business owners and …
 
I think I remember doing an episode on this topic before, but I was recently asked by another photographer if they should start a podcast or do a YouTube channel. I’ll give my 2 cents on the subject. Enjoy. You Could Own This Book! Not Kidding! Ghosts and the Aesthetic of the Past By Ted Vieira in Film Photography Projects 74 pages, published 2/3/2…
 
This episode takes a look at Charmed Season 1 (2018) Music by Jahzzar – ‘The Last Ones’ and/or ‘Bloom’ (Under Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International Licence - https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/legalcode) Photograph by Michael Penny. New podcast episodes every Tuesday and Thursday. Videos on the Witchfix youtube channel, crafts, unbox…
 
This week, we head to the Thai capital Bangkok, which has been convulsed for weeks by anti-government protests. Social media has been vital to the protest movement – not just to organise demonstrations themselves, but also to help small businesses, who've come up with innovative ways to both support and benefit from the street movement. We tell you…
 
This week, we tell you more about the mysterious Robin Hood-like cyberattack, carried out by the hacking group Darkside, which is troubling authorities. The group has donated stolen money from victims to charities. We ask cybersecurity consultant and former member of the Anonymous group Jake Davis what he thinks of this latest attack.…
 
It's that time of year again. Spooky creatures are roaming lawns, skeletons are out of the closet, and pumpkins are way overpriced. It's Halloween! And it's time to bust out your camera and get to creating some creepy, or cute, Halloween shots. But sometimes, capturing just the right Halloween moment can be difficult. It's dark, kids are moving lot…
 
Leica M3 • Summicron 50 • Ilford Delta100 I watched a YouTube video this morning from photographer, Thomas Heaton. Great photographer, great youtube channel. He was expressing his concerns about the idea of AI software doing the post processing of your images. I’ll give you my 2 cents on that. Enjoy. The Links Thomas Heaton’s Video AI Software Vide…
 
Samuel Paty was beheaded by an 18-year-old who had to pay pupils to identify his victim, this after a row over a civics class on free speech that included cartoons of the prophet spiraled into a social media campaign against the teacher. How does Emmanuel Macron plan to protect other "faces of the Republic"? To the US next, where the last president…
 
It's not easy being green... or is it? In this out-and-about edition of Talking Europe, we're looking at how well EU countries have been doing on one of the major contributors to carbon emissions: farming. In this part of the show, we're in Alsace, on the French side of the Franco-German border. While Germany is a big agricultural player in Europe,…
 
It's the most abundant element on Earth: hydrogen. Could it help us fly commercial airplanes with zero emissions by 2035? That's the promise made by Airbus as the aviation sector faces an unprecedented crisis fuelled by the Covid-19 pandemic and growing calls for a green recovery. But hydrogen is energy-hungry to produce and bulky to store. So is i…
 
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