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Here's the Latest Episode from This Week in Photo (TWiP):
George Varanakis is one of the forces behind The Portrait Masters LIVE 2020 conference. For the first time ever, the conference has gone online-only. The conference kicks off this week (September 21, 2020), and George joins the podcast to discuss some of the changes and advantages of converting a wildly popular physical event into a fully virtual offering.Check out The Portrait Masters LIVE 2020https://youtu.be/zG-AePEg71I
Dixie Dixon joins the show to give a candid and revealing look at how she was able to build her business into a world-class, respected photography brand.
Educator and nature photographer Rob Knight shares some of his experiences in using the Gnarbox in the field.
Matthew and I discuss his storied career photographing portraits of some of the most iconic faces on the planet. We also dive into one of his newest projects — a new visual art form.
Michelle G. Hunder and I discuss her music photography work, and the phenomenal growth of the Twitch.tv service.
Aircraft photographer John Thow joins the podcast to discuss the logistics of working around multi-million dollar aircraft, his technique for capturing his iconic images.
New York City based photographer Jesse Dittmar joins me to share a behind-the-scenes perspective on a shoot with a celebrity and disruptor like Roger Stone.
In this episode, Chris Smith founder of the Out of Chicago conferences sits down to discuss why he started this popular event.
In this interview, Keren Sachs, founder and CEO of The Luupe, joins the podcast to discuss diversity (or the lack thereof) in the photography industry.
In this session, we discuss the current state of Coronavirus learnings, mask-wearing controversies, the post-COVID-19 world and more.
In this interview I speak with Matt Barker, founder and CEO of MPB.com - they help photographers buy, sell and trade gear!
In this interview I speak with Ori Gutin, co-founder of the wildly successful photography contest site Viewbug.
In this interview Lensbaby co-founder Craig Strong and I discuss one of their latest lens releases — the Velvet 28.
Jesse Dittmar discusses his experiences with socially-distanced photography in the Big Apple.
Olympus has announced their intention to sell the company's imaging division to Japanese Industrial Partners (JIP) by the end of the year.
TWiP has partnered with Skylum Software to produce a brand new podcast show called Behind the Seen!
Cam Attree joins the podcast to discuss his approach to boudoir and fine art nude photography.
Jesse Freidin one of the leading fine art pet photographers joins the show to discuss his love of the art, and why. We also dive into how he has positioned his business as "boutique" and "high end".
A candid "black and brown" discussion on racism, police brutality, and navigating a world divided by color lines.
In this interview I chat with my good friend Derrick Story about some state-of-the-art processes for getting your physical media digitized and archived.
Udi Tirosh of Spiffy Gear joins the show to discuss some common misconceptions about LED lighting quality differences.
Digital artist Mario Olvera on creating his amazing digital composite work with Adobe Photoshop.
Jay Blakesberg shares a few of his lifetime of stories that come from photographing a veritable who's who in the music industry.
Imagely.com's Scott Wyden Kivowitz joins the show to explain self-hosted Wordpress galleries!
In this interview, I speak with SmartAlbums & SmartSlides creator Daniel Usenko. Creating slick, professional-looking slideshows and albums has really never been easier. And now Daniel Usenko and his team at Pixellu.com have managed to make the process fun!https://youtu.be/dadENeqympoI was amazed at how fluid and polished their software is, and how they're able to take two of the most tedious tasks (album design and slideshows) and not only make them enjoyable but also create an end product that would likely rival what you could do manually.In this chat, Daniel discusses his company and also demonstrates this amazing software.http://www.pixellu.com
Stephanie Pham and Matt Granger join the show to discuss the art of implied nude photography.
Fine art of professional photo retouching with world-class retouching and compositing artist Pratik Naik.
Fine art of professional photo retouching with world-class retouching and compositing artist Pratik Naik.
Photo educator Darlene Hildebrandt joins the show to discuss the current state of education in the photography industry.
Best practices for photographers and other creatives wanting to get the most out of Linkedin.
Wedding and portrait photographer Sara France joins the show to discuss her experiences and challenges with being female in the photography industry.https://sarafrance.comhttps://youtu.be/4787MSAKbgkAbout Sara, from her bio:A funny thing to know about me is that most people call me by my full name. Even my closest friends call me, Sara France. So, feel free to join in on the fun if you like.I am extremely proud to have been given the honor of being 1 of 5 wedding photographers in the world to be named a Sony Artisan of Imagery. I am also currently a mentor in Sony’s revolutionary Alpha Female program. Sony is an amazing company doing groundbreaking things in the photography industry and I am so grateful to be a part of that movement.My work as a wedding photographer was first recognized by Apple who selected a few of my weddings to display in Apple stores and online. If you have seen a wedding image used by Apple it is most likely one that I photographed!However, my greatest accolades so far are the hundreds of thank you letters and hugs I have received over the years from happy couples who have loved their experience of working with me. Connecting with my clients is my favorite part of my job, and when that happens so does the magic. There is nothing greater than the thrill of a happy couple and the joy of being part of the most important day in their lives!
A very special episode of TWiP — a replay of last night's webinar titled Photographers and COVID-19.
In this interview I speak with Photojournalist Mario Cruz. We discuss his impactful project "Living Among What's Left Behind".
It's vodka shots! While speaking with Skylum's Chief Growth Officer, Evgeny Tchebotarev!
In this interview, I'm joined by self-taught real estate Thomas Vargeletis. Thomas shares his journey to building and operating a highly successful photography business.
In this interview I chat with globetrotting photographer Curtis Jones. We discuss his adventures and learnings while traveling around the globe and taking amazing photographs.
Skylum CEO Alex Tsepko on the potential of artificial intelligence in photography, and the future of Skylum.
Lensbaby's founder and CEO Craig Strong discusses the inception of Lensbaby, the growth of the product line and their newest product, OMNI.
Colombian documentary photographer Juanita Escobar focuses on the lives of women who've settled along the Orinoco River.
Andrew D. Bernstein is the Senior Official Photographer for the NBA. Andrew has collaborated on a fantastic new book with NBA great Kobe Bryant called The Mamba Mentality - How I Play.
In this interview Filipina author and photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani discusses her work documenting the under-documented plight of the migrant worker population in Hong Kong.
Washington D.C. based Photojournalist Michael A. McCoy joins me to discuss photographing section 27 of Arlington National Cemetery.
Gustavo Fernandez to discusses his move into corporate event photography.
Safari Photographer Andy Biggs joins the show to talk about how to use the tool of storytelling to guide your photography and your creativity.
I'm honored to once again be a part of the annual 5DayDeal Photography Bundle.
Wedding photographer Steve Vansak discusses how his wedding photography game has changed with the introduction of the Panasonic Lumix S1.
Varina and Jay Patel join me to talk about their collaborative project for women with Shimoda Designs.
GNARBOX Chief Marketing Officer and Co-Founder Will Africano joins to discuss their latest and much-anticipated product, the GNARBOX 2.0- SSD.
Marc Silber joins me to talk about his latest book on creativity called CREATIVE!
Mette Lampcov is one photographer who has made it her mission to document some of the effects of global warming, and some of its side effects.
Panasonic's manager of retail services Mark Toal joins me to discuss the company's move into the full-frame sensor space.
YouTuber PhotoJoseph shares his initial impressions of the new cinema-centric Lumix S1H full-frame mirrorless camera
Lumix Ambassador Shiv Verma and I discuss the Lumix S1R full-frame mirrorless camera.
In this interview, I speak with photographer Nina Robinson. We discuss her journey of discovery with her project "Phototherapy".
Architectural Photographer Jeffrey Totaro joins the podcast to discuss why he loves using Capture One 12 in his everyday work
Rob Knight discusses his move from Lumix to Olympus!
In this interview, I chat with photographer Joe Edelman about the perception that small sensor cameras are somehow inferior to cameras with full-frame sensors.
Photographer Melissa “Bunni” Elian and I discuss her on-going life-changing project Generation TBD.
RHEDPixel's Richard Harrington joins the show to discuss the possibilities of AI-based assistance in photography.
USA Today’s Jefferson Graham joins the show to discuss his passion for photowalks!
John Walrath Imaging Training & Technical Support Manager at DataColor joins to discuss color management.
A candid discussion with Joel Baer about Photoshop, the Creative Cloud, and how Adobe is feeling about all of the non-subscription software popping up.
TWiP Alum Steve Simon joins the show to discuss the revised release of his popular book The Passionate Photographer.
Commercial and fashion photographer Tim Engle joins to discuss his low-cost, DIY approach to photography!
Esther Ruth Mbabazi discusses her fascinating photo essay revealing some of the trials and tribulations women giving birth in rural Uganda must face.
Derrick Story The Nimble Photographer himself joins the show to discuss the plusses and minuses of the micro four-thirds format.
Fine art photographer Craig Colvin joins the show to reveal his struggles with getting out of a creative rut, and how he managed to get his groove back.
Renee Robyn joins the show to discuss her latest creative wizardry.
Robert Evans joins the show to give us a look inside the current state of the wedding photography industry.
I catch up with my friend and veteran photographer, author and educator Rick Sammon!
A discussion about the myth of talent, and developing your own voice and style.
Ian Shive joins the podcast to discuss his journey as a photographer and how (and why) he founded the stock agency Tandem Stock.
A frank conversation about the past, present, and future of Affinity Photo.
In this episode I'm joined by TWiP royalty Ron Brinkmann and Steve Simon, with a special surprise guest appearance by commercial, fashion and portrait photographer Wayne Johns! Wayne discusses the newly announced Fuji GFX100!
Can any real money be made in photography? And if so, how are the successful photographers doing it?
Jeff Cable and Frederick Van Johnson discuss life/work balance, turning your passion into profits, and how you can mange it all and still stay sane.
ScanMyPhotos.com decides to offer 1¢ photo scanning!
Giulio Sciorio joins the show to dive into some important, transformational personal projects G is working on as well as some transformations he has endured over the years.
Sue Bryce joins the show to inspire and educate. We discuss her journey in photography from humble beginnings to a wild successfully production company, as well as online photography training schools.
In this interview, I speak with Erin Babnik about her travels and landscape photography.
Thomas Hawk and Troy Miller join the show to tackle the issue of how to become "talented"!
Native Parisian, photographer and educator Serge Ramelli joins the show to discuss the impact of the recent fire at Notre Dame.
Serge Ramelli joins the show to discuss the impact of the recent fire at Notre Dame as well as some things that we all can do to help restore this important part of history to it's rightful and former glory.
Watch and listen to Ziv Gillat discuss his past successes co-founding Eye-Fi, and how he worked closely with Athentech on their award-winning software Perfectly Clear — as well as the recent announcement of the Athentech acquisition by EyeQ.Photos is the latest in a series of Ziv power-moves.
In this interview, Trey Ratcliff discusses his new book "Under the Influence - How to Fake Your Way into Getting Rich on Instagram" and the hidden world of fake influencers on Instagram and other social media services.
David duChemin and I sit down to catch up about his latest adventures!
Filmmaker Lee Herbet joins the show to discuss the art of visual storytelling and his approach to creating stunning short films and corporate video!
In this interview, I chat with veteran photographer Kevin Gilbert. Kevin and I discuss how he has managed to have at least 10 successful careers in photographer in 40 years.
Marc Charette demystifies some of the changes affecting photographers practicing VR and 360º photography.
Can every location be defined by a unique, identifiable color palette? Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom Evangelist and photographer Julieanne Kost set out to answer that question with her project, “Color of Place.”
Inside the mind of Chase Jarvis and the future of CreativeLive!
Listen in as two successful "Photopreneurs" describe how they were able to beat the odds and build highly successful businesses.
In this interview Easton Reynolds breaks down how HE has broken down the process for creating high levels of repeatable income using Facebook Ads!
Years ago big projects and portfolios were the way to cement your name in people's memories. Now you need to be releasing images every day to avoid being forgotten. Or do you?
In this interview, Simon Ringsmuth joins me to talk about his amazing on-going personal project — The Weekly Fifty!
Chris Berry and Troy Miller join the show to discuss the recently concluded 2019 Wedding and Portrait Photographers International conference.
In this interview, color expert from John Walrath joins me to discuss best practices for achieving accurate color in any situation.
A discussion about some actionable ways that you can begin increasing your influence, growing your audience and building your business... and as a result making more money!
In this interview I discuss a wonderful training resource for photographers called Masters of Photography.
In this episode I sit down with two photographers, they are the best of friends but each specializes in a different genre of photography and as a result, have different approaches to interacting with their subjects.
In this interview I discuss stock photography with seasoned photo industry veteran and creative director Brenda Milis.
An impartial and honest show focused on the “truth” about photography gear featuring Roger Cicala and Drew Cicala, the guys behind LensRentals.com.
Curtis Jones started his career as a Pharmacist but quickly gave into to the call of the wild — and his camera!
In this impromptu interview I'm joined by several Lumix Ambassadors to discuss these new cameras, and how they stack up to the competition. We also discuss the micro-four-thirds format and Panasonics commitment to that platform.
In this interview I get to interview... MY BIG SISTER! Sheryl Holman is the Founder and CEO of Community Assistance Programs, also known as CAPs in Chicago.
In this episode, I’m joined by Gilmar Smith and Alastair Jolly to discuss Flickr and its amazing return!
In this episode, Adobe's Josh Haftel joins to discuss the company's mobile strategy with regard to Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic, and Lightroom Mobile.
In this episode, commercial photographer Wayne Johns joins me to discuss the idea of chasing the best camera “holy grail”.
Ibarionex and Frederickerick discuss the idea of "seeing" as a photographer and moving away from the gear obsession and towards getting better at your craft.
In this interview I sit down with Karen Hutton and Anton Lorimer, the two amazing artists behind the newly released Smugmug Film titled "Framing the Journey".
In this episode, once again I’m joined by Matt Granger and Lee Herbet to discuss some of their learnings from having traveled the globe shooting stills and video, teaching workshops and more.
In this epiosode, Asher Svidensky and I discuss his travels and how he is driven to tell stories, rather than to just take photographs!
We discuss Jan van Beijnhem's new book project Marks of Pride and Beauty
In this episode, I'm joined by two creatives — who coincidentally both happen to originate from Austrailia. Matt Granger and Lee Herbet join the show to discuss some of their learnings from having traveled the globe shooting stills and video, teaching workshops and more.
Troy Christopher Plota is a co-founder of Plotagraph — software designed to allow you to add animation to your still photographs. He believes the next wave of creativity will come from motion art.
A discussion about "Artificially Intelligent Photography" with Skylum's Oleksandr Sausunko
Privacy is the name of the game in this episode. Is it now just a unicorn? Or are we learning from our mistakes?
Paul Hassell joins to discuss the renaissance of printing, and the importance of the print.
In this episode of TWiP, I'm joined by legendary photographer and compositing artist Renee Robyn!
Chris Gampat discusses the virtues and economics of third-party lenses versus OEM lenses.
Mitch Goldstone of ScanMyPhotos.com joins me to discuss the ins-and-outs of scanning in today's high-tech world.
Watch or listen to this episode to get some cool ideas from Resource Magazine's Alexandra Nikki, RGG EDU co-founder Gary Martin and Frederick Van Johnson.
In this interview, Architectural Photographer Jim Doyle and I sit down to discuss the business side of Real Estate and Architectural photography.
In this interview, I sit down with Nigel Barker to discuss Mimeo Photos and the importance of print and digital. Nigel is known for his involvement in America's Next Top Model and many other amazing projects!
In this interview, I sit down with wedding and portrait photographer Benjamin Edwards. Ben and I discuss story, light and giving back!
In this episode, we dive into the mechanics of operating a successful creative business.
In this interview I sit down with photographer Clay Cook to discuss his approach to commercial photography, philanthropy, traveling the world and also just being a genuinely good person.
Shiv Verma, Don Komarechka and Frederick Van Johnson dive into a discussion about Panasonic's expansion into the full-frame mirrorless space.
Joe Edelman joins the show to discuss his work, Olympus gear and the "Geartographer" phenomenon.
Michael Coutts reveals his journey from attempted suicide to using photography as a outlet for creativity and stress.
Picr co-founder Paul Mikhaylenko gives us an inside look at the software his company has produced.
Fashion, Beauty and Advertising photographer Wayne Johns gives a candid and revealing look at the inner workings of the commercial photography industry.
Have you ever been interested in building a wedding photography business?
There are just hours left to grab this year’s 5DayDeal — it contains $2,500 of training, plug-ins, and resources for just $89.
In this episode, we DEEP DIVE into Fujifilm to discuss the product line.
A look at the future of data storage for photographers!
In this special episode, it's a double feature! TWO TWiP interviews... one featuring Troy Miller and his new toy, the Nikon Z7. And a second interview with iPhone photographer Jack Hollingsworth.
Sean Heavey is suing Netflix for copyright infringement!
In this episode, I’m joined by TWiP PRO member and motorsports photographer Stephen Scharf. We’ll be discussing some of the more interesting announcements coming out of Photokina 2018 in Germany!
Advertising and commercial photographer Randal Ford discusses his new book "The Animal Kingdom".
In this episode I'm joined by photographer/educator PhotoJoseph to discuss the recent update to Apple’s most important product — the iPhone.
In this interview, Resource Magazine President and CEO Alexandra Nikki joins me to discuss her amazing journey of self-discovery and entrepreneurship.
This week we tackle best practices around smart travel habits for photographers.
Darlene Hildebrandt of DigitalPhotoMentor.com joins to discuss the unavoidable "Gear Aquisition Syndrome".
In this episode, we discuss the brand new equipment announcements from both Canon and Fuji.
In this episode, we dive into the issues of theft, plagiarism, copyright infringement.
In this interview I sit down with Tracy Lee! We dive into astrophotography, travel, and how a little technology and preparation can set your work above your peers.
In this episode two professional Nikon photographers will join the show to discuss Nikon's new mirrorless cameras, and the other metric ton of releases this week.
Frederick heads down to Corona, California to deliver a keynote presentation for the very first F64Live conference.
In this episode, commercial photographer (artist) Jake Hicks joins me to discuss creativity, shooting with color gels, and the power of incorporating long exposures into your studio photography!
Have we become a society of beta testers? Back in the day, manufacturer's polished their products to as close to “perfection” as possible. Today? Not so much.
In this interview Christine Ren, underwater photographer and Marine Biologist joins me to talk about having a lasting impact through your passion and your photography.
In this chat, globe-trotting photographer Martin Bailey discusses his adventures in Africa.
On this weeks show I’m joined by Christopher Berry and Troy Miller, two TWiP PRO regulars! We discuss the idea of “looks”, e.g. are the Fuji, Leica, Hasselblad etc looks we keep hearing so much about actually real?
In this interview I sit down with rocket photographer Erik Kuna. We discuss the ins and outs of shooting rockets, and more!
Troy Christopher Plota joins me to discuss his groundbreaking software Plotagraph.
In this interview TWiP regular Giulio Sciorio joins me to discuss his latest project — "Finding the Photographers Vision". "G" is on a quest to help photographers establish their photographic "look" and direction.
Silicon Valley based photographer Shiva Sharifi is addressing a much neglected segment of photography education with her workshops. Not only does she teach technique, and coach photographers on PROPER ways to communicate and successfully interact with models.
Craig Colvin and Giulio Sciorio join to discuss Adobe’s announcement about bringing Photoshop to the iPad, is mobile now a viable platform for PROFESSIONAL work? And should it be?
In this interview I have the pleasure of sitting down in Puerto Rico with commercial photographer Josh Rossi.
RGGEDU co-founders Rob Grimm and Gary Martin discuss their production philosophy, and positioning with regard to the monumental task of reinventing the concept of online education.
Levi and I discuss the differences between personal projects and story telling with your photography, and more. Close to the end of the interview Levi shares his latest passion... hunting!
In this video we dive into the reality of editing HD and UHD video on the iPhone or iPad!
In this episode we dive into advanced Photoshop artisanship!
Gilmar Smith joins me to discuss her love for punishing pixels, how she managed her way through postpartum depression using photography and how she involves her children in her photography and post processing!
GNARBOX has created a wireless hard drive that enables photographers and video content creators to lighten their load with a fully mobile workflow. No laptop needed. The company CEO, Tim Feess and I dive into the creation of the device, workflows and what the future might hold.
BestCanvas.com President Frederik Huhn and I sit down over Skype to discuss his goals for the company, their product line, as well as some of the challenges involved with running an international fast-moving print company.
In this episode the panel takes a stab at answering the question of… can nudity be fine art?
In this interview I sit down with KelbyOne.com founder and CEO Scott Kelby. Scott and I discuss the evolution of his company, and the painful changes the had to push through in order to survive and then thrive.
In this episode we're leaving the traditional photography topics behind, and instead we're going to take a look at the exponentially more important, yet dimly lit issue of depression in photography.
In this interview Adobe Lightroom Mobile Product Manager Josh Haftel joins us to discuss the current Adobe Lightroom ecosystem. We discuss mobile, AI, profiles, privacy and more.
Model Lexy Nicole, Troy Miller and I discuss some of the misconceptions both new and experienced photographers and models have when it comes to who pays whom.
In this interview I speak with Hawaii resident Don Hurzeler about some tips and tricks for photographing lava, safely and effectively.
In this episode we dive into growing and valuable resource known as online photography education.
In this interview I sit down with Peter Levshin to discuss his recent trip to Papua New Guinea. We discuss preparation, his gear choices, navigating a different culture and more.
In this interview I speak with Ken Lee from ArtofSeeing.com. Ken has a unique perspective when it comes to creativity and "seeing".
In this episode we’ll dive into a few of the latest news topics affecting photographers, as well as a deep dive conversation into the art of digital storytelling using photography!
In this interview I speak with Marc Silber about his new book The Secrets to Creating Amazing Photographs and the dichotomy between old school photography and new.
In this interview I sit down with Bob Caniglia from Black Magic Deisgn to discuss their latest cameral release — the Pocket Cinema 4K
In this episode we discuss the truth behind making money with your love for photography — and the possibility of converting your hobby into a profession.
In this interview I discuss street photography with Los Angeles based photographer Nancy Lehrer. We go into her reasoning behind choosing this genre, her gear choices, post-processing, photographer safety and more.
A look at Panasonic's Leica 200mm f2.8 lens - An important addition to the micro four-thirds lens line-up. Panasonic and Leica have been hitting out of the park lately with some stunning lenses for the micro four-thirds platform. The latest being the Leica 200mm f2.8 lens.
In this interview I speak with Mighty Networks founder Gina Bianchini and Brian Vu about target markets, feature set, the competition and future plans for their platform.
In this episode we discuss Google's recent upgrades to their popular Google Photos service. And the implications of what seems to be a constant progression of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and computational photography being applied to an art once ruled by humans and talent.
In this interview I discuss the newest project from the 5 Day Deal team — they call it The Creative Highway.
In this episode architectural photographer Jeffrey Totaro joins for a deep-dive into the inner workings of the meticulous world of professionally photographing commercial buildings.
Veteran panorama photographer Ron Pepper, and Small Camera Big Picture pioneer Giulio Sciorio join to discuss Nikon’s mirrorless plans, DxO’s bankruptcy and more...
Trevor Dayley of Magmod joins to discuss how Magmod light modifiers can help you up your small strobe game. We also get into a discussion about wedding photography, and his love of the art form.
This week LensBaby co-founder Craig Strong and Doug Kaye join to discuss the increasing problem of untrustworthy video and what, if anything can be done about it.
Justin Majeczki and I discuss his recent trip to Thailand on a documentary project, specifically from the aspect of his gear choices and overall logistics.
Join landscape photographer Bryan Hansel and me on this episode of Behind the Shot as we discuss his beautiful image of a cold Minnesota sunrise.
Secrets that some "in the know" photographers have regarding the planning and logistics involved with traveling.
Chris MacAskill, co-founder of SmugMug.com has started a new social resource for photographers called Cake.co.
In this episode I'm joined by photographer and gear expert Doug Kaye, and travel photographer Shiv Verma.
On this episode of Behind the Shot host Steve Brazill takes a look at landscape photography through the eyes of an award-winning cinematographer, Jame Neihouse.
Is it possible to be amazing at everything? Or should you pick a genre, focus and own that niche?! That’s the topic of today’s show. Some clear ways that you can specialize on your genre and become the master of ONE
A look at the Panasonic Lumix G9 — one of the latest camera releases from Panasonic.
This weeks episode is about The Business of Photography. By popular demand, I’m joined by two very talented and business-savvy photographers - Valerie Jardin and Matt Granger!
Join photographer, educator, and businessman Chris Smith and me as we discuss the Out of Chicago conference, and his wonderful black & white image Above the L, on this episode of Behind the Shot.
Craig Colvin and Christopher Berry join to discuss their favorite Rockstar Trainers of Photography.
Join Photographer and Composite Artist James Popsys and me as we discuss his image "Zone 334" - a wonderful combination of the London Underground in the wild. It's a ride on the Tube on this episode of Behind the Shot.
Cool new ways to stretch yourself, keep your enthusiasm flowing and your photography fresh. You’ll also discover some valuable resources for learning new photography techniques and styles.
Martin Bailey joins me to discuss some ways photographers can diversify their income to insulate themselves financially.
Join photographer Erika Thornes and me as we examine one of her most well know images to get a better sense of how she has mastered the art photographing the silhouettes.
Sony Artisan of Imaging Robert Evans, and globe-trotting pixel hunter Martin Bailey join the show to discuss the latest new cameras from Sony.
Join me on this special Behind the Shot WPPI Recap as I look back at the conference and Expo, and talk to a few of the key companies.
In this episode we go behind the scenes of the TWiP PRO Community and with the founder of LaunchPass.com, the service that manages TWiP PRO. We discuss the evolution of online communities, TWiP PRO and some best practices for building vibrant online spaces for your niche.
What happens when you hit a wall? When you get burned out. You feel like you’re seeing the same photos posted over and over again, only to realize that YOU are also creating the same shots over and over again. Watch as I tackle these topics with Steve Brazill and Ron Pepper.
Join travel photographer Kenna Klosterman and me as we discuss one of her Cuba images, and explore how to interact with, and get better images from, your subjects when traveling.
This episode is all about video streaming, from the perspective of the still photographer. Photojoseph is on the panel to discuss if you should get into it? What's are the challenges?
Renee Robyn and I have an unplanned conversation about art, and how others opinions can affect how and what you shoot.
Craig Colvin and Craig Stampfli join me to share some priceless tips on how to get started shooting models underwater, without taking a bath!
Join nature, macro and landscape photographer Don Komarechka and me as we dive into a world you can’t see with the naked eye. It’s extreme macro photography on this episode of Behind the Shot.
An interview about what it takes to photograph the Olympics!
For this episode I've invited on two professional wedding photographers; Troy Miller and Bruce Clarke, to share the 3 WORST mistakes they've made, or have seen other wedding photographers make. And more importantly, how you can avoid making these mistakes yourself.
In this episode I talk with Craig Colvin and Tim Engle, two professional photographers, each with different approaches to creating beautiful photographs of women.
Join world renowned Street Photographer Valérie Jardin and me on this episode of Behind the Shot as we discuss the joy of Street Photography in general, as well as what makes a Street Photography image great.
Michael Rubin's latest project is called Neomodern. It’s a brick-and-mortar gallery type experience in the heart of San Francisco focused on creating gallery quality prints from images provided by walkers-by, or by appointment.
TWiP has been "off the air" for about a year. There are many reasons for this, but the important thing is THE SHOW IS BACK. In this livestreamed presentation, Frederick Van Johnson discusses the past, present and future of your favorite photography podcast.
In this show @Frederick Van Johnson @Steve Brazill and @PhotoJoseph briefly discuss TWiP’s hiatus, then tear into GoPro and the failure of their Karma Drone. Then we’ll discuss low-light photography tips and finally we’ll round things out with a panel discussion around their favorite cameras.
Join photographer and businessman Scott Kelby and me on this episode of the Behind the Shot Podcast as we discuss his approach to Fashion Photography, and gain some insight that can help you improve your craft, no matter what genre you photograph.
In this episode we revisit some of the key moments from the first year of the Behind the Shot podcast, and if you see a show you missed originally be sure to visit the show page and watch the whole episode.
Join Large Format Film Landscape Photographer Ben Horne and me on this episode of Behind the Shot as we discover some of the key elements of a great landscape photo, and explore the fun and challenges of doing large format color film photography.
Recently I had the opportunity to test out the Think Tank Photo Spectral 10 Shoulder bag. In this video I run through the features I liked, along with a few things I might change. The bottom line is the Spectral 10 is now one of my go to bags.
Mihir Shah, CEO of Drobo joins me to discuss storage solutions for photographers and their new Drobo 5N2 — a network-attached storage device that essentially becomes your own personal DropBox.
Join entertainment, editorial, and advertising photographer Robby Klein and me on this episode of Behind the Shot as we dissect one of the shots he did of The Band Perry during a Billboard Magazine cover story shoot.
It's time to bid season 1 of TWiP GLAM! a fond farewell. So get ready, Season 2 is just around the corner! with new guests, meetups and a whole lot more!
Join Combat Sports photographer Scott Hirano and me as we discuss one of his behind the scenes shots of Conor McGregor following his loss to Floyd Mayweather in what many saw as the Biggest Fight in Combat Sports History.
Frederick Van Johnson and Steve Brazill discuss their initial first-week impressions of Apple's new flagship smartphone — the iPhone X.
Join Brad Moore and me on this episode of Behind the Shot as we dissect one of his images of the metal band Underoath, and discuss the issues involved when capturing an environmental portrait of a group, with tough lighting and extremely limited time... oh yeah, and with an arena full of screaming fans watching you - no pressure there
On this episode of Behind the Shot join Australian photographer Brett Stanley and me as we examine his unique approach to creating surreal underwater portraits and fine art.
Take a dive into the art of Calgary photographer Al Del Degan as we explore his portfolio and learn his simple technique for perfect silhouettes.
Chris Berry is making the transition from amateur to professional. We discuss what this transition means, and how he’s managing the idea of putting a price tag on his work, and the responsibilities it all brings.
On this episode of TWiP GLAM! we bring you the photographer, Joel Belmont. When not creating art, Joel is busy teaching others' his craft as the lead instructor with Dynamic Photo Workshops.
On this episode of Behind the Shot, Scott Dworkin and I take a look at one of his crazy aerial shots, and discuss how he captures all this action while flying.
Hawaiian photographer Kyle Nishioka demonstrates a go-to pose that will give, even the most slender model, an hourglass figure.
On this episode, Adelaide photographer Rob Jenkins joins us to share his love of photography. Diverse and dynamic Rob's work stands out.
In this interview I sit down with veternal broadcaster, concert photographer and now podcaster Steve Brazill. Steve and I discuss his evolution from broadcasting into the wild frontier of podcasting. We also discuss his love of concert photography and how it continually proves to be one of the most challenging genres of photography out there.
On this episode of Behind the Shot, join Trey Ratcliff and me as we discuss his image "Where Jules Verne would perform experiments on animalkind", taken at the Museum of Evolution in Paris, France.
This week, Gary Abigt of Select Models shows us the how to building a portfolio in a day. With over 400 group shoots to his name, Gary has a shoot for you!
In this interview I speak with Sacramento California based portrait photographer Christine Alward. We discuss her journey into professional modeling and her subsequent transition into running her own photography business.
This week we are pleased to bring you the amazing Craig Colvin. More than a typical photographer, Craig is a fountain of ideas with the energy to bring them to life.
In this interview I sit down with New York City based photographer, educator and marketer James Maher. James and I discuss some of the tips and suggestions for photographers just starting to think about building a business.
Join photographer to the stars - the real stars - Anthony D'Angio and I as we discuss the difficulties of shooting in the elements of altitude and weather, along with his image of the Tengboche Monastery, located at 13,000 feet in the Himalaya.
On this episode the superb work of photographer Oz John. Oz brings us close to pixel perfection with his thoughtful, well-crafted images!
In this interview New York City based portrait photographer Chris Knight joins me to discuss how he has developed his personal style, the importance of disregarding gear, and also his thoughts on post-processing vs "real photography".
Join Brian and Roxanne for a steampunk themed photo shoot at the historic Preston Castle! No electricity, sky high temperatures and temperamental equipment, Time to shoot like a pro!
In this interview, Marc Silber of Advancing Your Photography sits down with me to discuss his new book, and also provide some invaluable tips on some little things you can do to improve your photography today. We discuss the importance of internalizing the four main controls on your camera; ISO, f-stop, shutter-speed, and focus and when it’s OK to break the “rules”.
Join New York based celebrity and entertainment photographer Noam Galai and I on this episode of Behind the Shot as we take a look at how a simple social media post of a selfie made Noam a household face around the world.
Pinup is the order of the day and photographer Robert Alvarado delivers! Join us for a journey into pinup tips, tricks and fun.