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The podcast all about what's making news and how the news gets made. Each week, Sebastian Robertson and Chance Horner give listeners all the little nuggets that didn't make it on TV. They sit down with people on the front lines of the news business. Sometimes informative and always entertaining.
 
The Internet's only live, weekly, visual journalism roundtable dicussion podcast. Each week we bring on new and interesting subject matter experts to talk about the news, topics and gear that affect the photojournalism, broadcast journalism and documentary filmmaking career fields. Learn more about the show, continue the discussion or discover our various social media outlets at www.aroundthelens.com.
 
The show where we talk with some of today's most insightful and influential photographers, filmmakers and visual artists about how they do what they do. In the Tech Talk part of each show, we get the inside story straight from experts in the Sony Digital Imaging Group on your questions about cameras, lenses and accessories. We also bring you Do This Now tips that will make an immediate impact on how you create photos and video.
 
The Wedding Street Podcast is brought to you by Dan Morris and Rob Edge, two very passionate and experienced photographers in both wedding and street photography. With each episode comes a new and engaging interview with industry leading experts from all over the world. A blend of sharing experiences and offering knowledge with some joviality thrown in!
 
Lifting the lid on freelance life. Experienced freelance journalists Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson guide you through everything you need to know about working for yourself. From where to get work, to how to get paid and everything in between. Each episode features two guests who have made freelancing a success. From film reviewers, to travel writers to bitcoin experts and current affairs broadcasters. Packed with trade secrets, top tips and amusing anecdotes this is an unmissable How To gui ...
 
Are you searching for your next great passion or learn some strategies for cultivating one you already have? Join Peter Rowland, Whitley Award-winning author and modern polymath, as he chats to the inspirational people who are shaping the future, making positive contributions and helping the world be better.
 
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A window into the lives and achievements of Welsh people in New York. Hosted by Gideon Jensen and Richard Swain, each episode features a different guest and their unique story. Often funny, sometimes sad, but always honest and inspirational. // Mewnwelediad i fywydau a chyflawniadau y Cymry yn Efrog Newydd. Wedi ei chyflwyno gan Gideon Jensen a Richard Swain, mae pob pennod yn taro sylw ar westeion gwahanol a’u hanes unigryw. Yn aml yn ddoniol, weithiau’n drist, ond bob amser yn onest ac yn ...
 
Our mission is to help aspiring travel content creators make a positive impact with the stories they tell. We do this by sharing the how and why of travel content creation through practical and inspirational stories. We interview creators who make a living by sharing their travel stories; uncovering the secrets which have given them success. We want to show you just how easy it can be to travel the world while making money. But we also want to share the "why" of travel. Why do our travel sto ...
 
The Harry Ransom Center advances the study of the arts and humanities by acquiring, preserving, and making accessible original cultural materials. With extensive collections of rare books, manuscripts, photography, film, art, and the performing arts, the Center supports research through symposia and fellowships and provides education and enrichment for scholars, students, and the public through exhibitions and programs.
 
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Our conversation on this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast is about the challenges that the practice of photojournalism faced during, and in the wake of, the monumental year, 2020. With the Coronavirus pandemic and the protests following the murder of George Floyd news photographers and editors were faced with situations few had ever ex…
 
In 1966, a twenty-one-year-old French woman bought a one-way ticket to Vietnam, where the American military involvement was becoming a full-scale war. The young Catherine Leroy was an admirer of photographer Robert Capa and the “reportage” she grew up seeing in Paris MATCH magazine, but she had little photojournalism experience. Despite that, and d…
 
We have a very special bonus episode of the podcast this week. We sat down with award-winning freelance journalist and writer Saima Mir to discuss the paperback launch of her fantastic novel, The Khan, which is currently Waterstones Book of the Month. We talked about diversity in publishing, the writing process and what journalistic experience she …
 
This is a fun conversation, very informative, and gets the creative chemistries gellin’. Our guest on today’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast is Rhiannon Adam and if there is anyone who knows more about instant film photography, I don’t want to meet them. She brings a wealth of researched knowledge about the history of the Polaroid company a…
 
In this episode, we talk about how to get funding for a project with Amanda Nunn, a freelance broadcast journalist and co-founder of the Off the Record newsletter and Warren Nettleford, an ITN television presenter and reporter and co-founder of Need to Know, the UK’s first youth news service built purely for the digital generation. Amanda Nunn Twit…
 
In September 2017, we dedicated an episode to a conversation about one photograph—an image made by photographer Richard Drew, on September 11, 2001, in New York, which has come to be called “The Falling Man.” It was an insightful recollection and analysis of an incredibly painful image, and on today’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we will…
 
In today's episode Laura El-Tantawy sits down for a fascinating and in-depth discussion with Norwegian wildlife photographer, Canon Ambassador and scientist Audun Rikardsen. Audun's incredible work presents beautiful and original images of wildlife that sometimes have the air of the impossible about them, often captured on split-levels or strange a…
 
In this episode we talk about side hustles, should you have one and how do you explore your interests alongside your freelance journalism work? We speak to Dean Sterling Jones, a chef from Northern Ireland, who works as a freelance journalist when he’s not cooking, and Waseem Mirza, a sci-tech journalist and presenter who is also a screen actor and…
 
In this episode, we ask whether you need shorthand as a freelance journalist. We talk to Marc Shoffman, a journalist and podcaster, and Rachel Charlton-Dailey, a health and disability journalist, about the pros and cons of shorthand, when it can be useful, as well as considering alternatives tools. Marc Shoffman Twitter: @marcshoffman Instagram: in…
 
(This episode of the B&H Photography Podcast was originally published on January 20, 2017.) We are living in a Golden Age of landscape photography. Digital cameras and improved software enable the kind of imaging that until recently was only possible via the budgets of large publications and the talents and ambitions of a few select photographers. …
 
It has been a hope of ours for some time to speak with photographer Stanley Greenberg and, considering he’s made three books in the past three years, there is a lot to talk about. Greenberg is known for his large-scale series on subjects like the New York City reservoir and water systems, on giant particle accelerators, telescopes, and dams. His re…
 
In this episode, we talk about pensions and savings, and how we should all be thinking about saving for the future. We talk to Brendon Maton an experienced freelance journalist who writes about investing and savings and Hannah Smith, a freelance financial journalist specialising in investment management and personal finance, about the best options …
 
Food photography is everywhere - and more people than ever are snapping pictures of their dinner. But what does it take to create truly exciting and delicious-looking images of food in a world where almost everyone has a smartphone in their pocket? In this episode our new host, Laura El-Tantawy, meets two food photographers to discuss how they get …
 
Artist Pete Eckert began to lose his sight at age twenty-seven. That’s the time he began to study photography. In a few years, Eckert would be completely blind, but his photography practice continued, and numerous exhibitions and high-profile assignments later, he is still creating unique and personal images―and we are fortunate to welcome him to t…
 
In this episode we talk about photography, how to get into photojournalism and how it works when you are both writing and taking photos for features. Joining us we have Craig Stennett an experienced photojournalist who specialises in political and social change and Nori Jemil, a freelance photographer, writer and videographer who has worked for Nat…
 
Except for the new flagship Olympus OM SYSTEM OM-1 Mirrorless Camera, there haven’t been a lot of big camera announcements thus far in 2022, so we thought for this episode of the B&H Photography Podcast we’d start an introductory conversation about photo accessories and the wide range of tools and toys available to improve your photography or just …
 
With much thanks for a listener’s suggestion, we invited Pete Isgrigg back to the B&H Photography Podcast for an incredibly informative conversation about memory cards, external hard drives, and other digital image storage solutions. Isgrigg, who previously joined us in 2019, is from the Channel Marketing team at Western Digital (WD), which is the …
 
Ilvy discusses the future of visual storytelling with three Canon Ambassadors and expert image-makers. Photojournalists Ivor Prickett and Laura El-Tantawy have a wealth of experience covering dramatic, emotive and often dangerous situations around the world. They are joined by fashion photographer Evely Duis, whose beautiful and innovative work has…
 
(This is an encore presentation of an episode first published in November, 2018.) When we finished recording this episode, Jay Maisel asked us which podcast episode was our favorite. It didn’t take Allan a second to answer, “This one!” While we now have recorded more than three hundred, there is no doubt that this episode of the B&H Photography Pod…
 
Our guest on this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast is food photographer Christina Peters, and we start with a discussion of Peters’ macro food photography. We learn about her work with medium and large format systems, including FUJIFILM cameras. We also explore focus stacking, tilt-shift lenses, and when and why she might choose her Ca…
 
We made it! 100 episodes of Young Black Equestrians the podcast 🤯 I never in a million years thought I would get to this point or have the opportunity to celebrate this milestone with my YBEfam. I also celebrated the third anniversary of the podcast on February 28th... this is the season of celebration! Tune into this episode of reflection and appr…
 
On this week's episode of the B&H Photography Podcast we talk to an old friend about a new book; two-time past guest Amy Touchette joins us to discuss her book of street portraits. She also brought a friend with her - none other than photographer, Larry Fink. Is it fair to call Fink a photo legend? We think so, and clearly the people at the Center …
 
In our International Women’s Day episode, Ilvy chats with Sarah Waiswa, a photographer and Canon Ambassador who co-founded the African Women in Photography network. This organisation is designed to showcase for the work of female and non-binary photographers from all across the African continent. We'll find out exactly what the network is, how it’s…
 
The last time I had Brittney on the podcast, she had just quit her corporate job 2 weeks prior and started working in her lesson program full time. Fast forward to now, with 3x the client load, 3 additional staff members, and her own private barn to run her lesson program, Brittney has learned how to carve her own path in the industry. Brittney has…
 
On today’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast we welcome two members of the New York chapter of the American Society of Media Photographs, otherwise known as the ASMP-NY and we discuss their evolving role as a trade organization for photographers, as well as a recent photography exhibition they sponsored. Our guests are Liam Alexander, Presiden…
 
Whether you are new to horse ownership or you are dabbling into a new discipline, building a team of people around you to support you during this journey is instrumental. In this episode, I share the five key members of your horse care team and the role they should play in your horse journey. Sponsored by Cargill Nutrena ___________________________…
 
It’s worth the time to see the work of photographer Mandy Barker before listening to this episode. Take a glance at the B&H Photography Podcast homepage or Barker’s website to get a sense of the simple but imaginative images she creates; it will certainly enrich the experience of hearing her speak about photographing plastic garbage, which is what …
 
If you search for an image of the "Black Cowboy" you will likely come across Ivan's work. He has spent the past few years capturing Black cowboy culture, rodeos, and trail rides and telling their stories through captivating images. Ivan's work has been featured by major brands and outlets as well as on exhibit in galleries and museums. Despite bein…
 
This weekend’s football game is bigger and better than most games―you might even say that it’s a super game. It certainly is one of the most photographed sporting events of the year, and with that in mind, the B&H Photography Podcast welcomes two photographers who know their way around the sidelines. Our guests are football photographers Al Bello a…
 
Can our fear be something we as image-makers use to drive our creativity? In this inspirational episode, visual artist and Canon Ambassador Dafna Tal tells our host, Ilvy Njiokiktjien, how her new project Anchor Point explores the idea of letting go and the transformation it brought. Find out how Dafna planned her project and overcame her nerves, h…
 
When confronted with protests and riot cops right outside of her apartment, Nikki West picked up her camera and did what she knew how to do best. Capturing impactful moments through the summer of 2020 led Nikki to her passion for activism in and out of the equestrian space. In this episode, Nikki shares how her activism has impacted her equestrian …
 
There are many talented people who work at B&H Photo, and the connections to photography and photo history run deep. We have welcomed many “staffers” to the B&H Photography Podcast over the years, and today we are particularly excited to speak with two members of our team on the B&H Explora blog. We start our conversation with Howard Gotfryd, Senio…
 
I've been holding in a secret for a few weeks and I can finally share! Diversity on Horseback is COMING BACK! In 2020, this "clinic" was designed around the theme of clarity, communication, and confidence and our speakers did not disappoint. This episode is a replay of our conversation with Nahshon Cook from that event. This year's event will be he…
 
We try to maintain a global perspective at the B&H Photography Podcast and speak with photographers from around the world, but we are New Yorkers at heart and it’s hard to deny the love we have for our city and its history. With that in mind, we are pleased to welcome photographers Anders Goldfarb and Larry Racioppo to the show―two photographers, b…
 
When having conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion, sometimes it's hard to comprehend what role horses play in the equation. Elizabeth McCorvey has used her social work expertise and equine-facilitated coaching abilities to draw connections between DEI and anti-racism work and how equine professionals show up for their horses and thei…
 
Conflict photography of the past twenty years is a subject we have discussed in previous episodes with photographers, psychologists, and scholars, but our very welcomed guest, photographer Peter van Agtmael adds his well-articulated thoughts on the subject, including his own motivations and challenges while covering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan…
 
The new Canon EOS R5 C is a true hybrid camera, one that offers the ability to record both high quality video footage and capture superior stills. It's also the smallest Cinema EOS camera to date. In today's episode we'll be discussing the EOS R5 C with drone pilot and acclaimed videographer Kevin Clerc, who has been busy putting it through its pac…
 
Parents of equestrians have a unique challenge when it comes to raising their horse-obsessed children including expense, time, and commitment of horse sports and horse care. But what is it like raising two horse-obsessed kids, ones who have made careers around their passion for these giant animals? Hear it straight from my parents, Illey and Gwen J…
 
The B&H Photography Podcast is kicking off the new year hot. For our first episode of 2022, we welcome photographer Joe McNally to discuss his career, his working methods, and his exciting new book, The Real Deal: Field Notes from the Life of a Working Photographer. Joe McNally is known to many as a “photographer’s photographer,” skilled in many ge…
 
Another season and another reason to share the passion, culture, and lifestyle of the Black horse industry! I am so thankful that you have continued to listen, share and interact with this platform and message. In this epsiode, I share with you: Season 5 Recap YBE Updates New Merch! Goals for 2022 Future Events and Partnerships Black Equestrian Net…
 
In this bonus episode Lily and Emma return to the appraisal they conducted on each other six months ago to hold one another accountable. We find out how many of their action points were achieved and how useful the process was. Resources How to appraise yourself original podcast episode https://freelancing-for-journalists.captivate.fm/episode/how-to…
 
What does the current imaging landscape look like and how are pro photographers using new technologies? And what is the shape of things to come? In this Shutter Stories episode, Ilvy Njiokiktjien discusses key trends from 2021 that look set to gather pace in 2022. Ilvy is joined by photographer and industry consultant, Damien Demolder, and photogra…
 
The B&H Photography Podcast team sends a huge end-of-the-year thank you to our listeners around the world and to the many guests who joined us for our weekly conversations. There’s little need to overstate the difficulties of the past year, but we’re all still here, still taking pictures, and we’re still making this podcast week in, week out. It tr…
 
What does it take to switch to journalism later in life? In this episode, we find out how to move into freelance journalism after starting off in an alternative career. We talk about the rewards and the hurdles of changing careers with Rachel Steinberg, who worked in the theatre in Canada before moving to London to become a sports journalist and Ra…
 
We split our time on this episode of the B&H Photography Podcast between one book and many books. In the first half of the show we learn about an inspirational new book, Among Peers: The United States of Young Photographers, which profiles the work of student photographers from several workshop programs in the United States. We conclude the episode…
 
In this episode, we speak to two freelance journalists, Miranda Levy and Alice Draper about the moral choices you can be confronted with as a freelance journalist. We discuss how to set boundaries and how to avoid conflicts of interest. The Guests Miranda Levy Website: https://mirandalevy.co.uk/ Twitter: @mirandalevycopy Instagram: @mirandalevyinst…
 
With the launch of the incredible James Webb Space Telescope just hours away, we thought it a good time to republish our conversation with Chris Gunn, the official NASA photographer for this project. The original episode was published almost two years ago when the construction of the telescope was nearing completion. If you are intereted in space r…
 
Thanks so much for being a fan of Travel Worth Living! Over the past year and a half I’ve had the pleasure of talking to so many incredible people from all over the world. Not only that, I’ve been able to connect with other travel enthusiasts who I’d never have gotten to meet any other way. But it's now time for a new adventure; join us here: Curio…
 
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