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Best B/w Photography podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best B/w Photography podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Random Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography. LensWork editor Brooks Jensen side-steps techno-talk and artspeak to offer a stimulating mix of ideas, experience, and observations from his 50 years as a fine art photographer, writer, and publisher. Topics include a wide range of subjects from finding subject matter to presenting your work, and building an audience. Included in this RSS Feed are the LensWork ...
 
From exposure to print and everything between Photographica is an authoritative and entertaining podcast about the world of photography by the photographer and renowned printer, Alex Schneideman. Each episode will cover an aspect of photography using Alex's 20 years of experience printing for photographers, artists galleries and museums all over the world in addition to Alex's own work as a documentary
 
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We know we're really connected to our subject when it occupies our full attention. But before that happens, it has to start in our subconscious. You might also be interested in… "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're interested in photography and the creative life, you need to know about the incredible resour…
 
Once we've made the decision about the scale of our images, we are free to explore the quality of the content rather than the technology. You might also be interested in… "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're interested in photography and the creative life, you need to know about the incredible resources you…
 
This episode and Photomuse is on the importance of the work of Magnum's longest serving photographer, Ian Berry and, in particular, his 1978 book, The English. I also outline my hope for a review of English documentary photography about the English. Ian Berry's work has inspired me to attempt to start a conversation about the need for a new look at…
 
Luke Archer is the editor of Loupe Magazine, a printed photography zine which "showcases outstanding images and engaging projects" and is distributed free through various stockists of which Flow Photographic is proudly one. I was fascinated to understand how such a high quality and free magazine could come into being in a world dominated by commerc…
 
This conversation between me, Alex Schneideman, and Professor Greg Currie is a discussion about the edges of reality and how that concerns photography and image making. Greg Currie is Professor of Philosophy and Head of Research at York University. The conversation was inspired by another podcast (Philosophy Bites) in which Greg talked about the na…
 
This episode is a conversation between me, Alex Schneideman, and Jonathan Teplitzky, the director of many movies including, Better than Sex, Gettin' Square, Burning Man, The Railway Man and 2017 released Churchill. His TV work includes Broadchurch, Marcello and the upcoming Shakspeare series, Will. Jonathan has directed actors including Timothy Spa…
 
This episode takes offers a new view of the relevance of the so-called 'decisive moment' to contemporary photography. Ever since Henri Cartier Bresson coined the term to mean that there is moment when all things come together to capture the essence of a particular situation photographers have been drawn, like moths to a naked bulb, to the beauty of…
 
In this new Photomuse I walk down Portobello ruminating on the issues of the day; I talk about The unsettling effect of Trump The risk to the area world in Britain's exit from Europe The Cambrian explosion of photographic practise Against pigeonholing The importance of joy to the creation of art A new way to exhibit photography designed to affect t…
 
This episode is a recording of my piece for Black+White Photography Magazine issue 194 This piece is all about the over emphasis on the benefits of perfection in photography. Photography is a medium that lends itself to perfectionism - ever better options and technology mean that aberrations and imperfections will be 'optional' in the not so distan…
 
This episode is a recording of my piece for Black+White Photography Magazine issue 193. This article is all about the importance of a sense of purpose to photographic projects. I argue that it is not enough just put out a few pictures and hope that people 'connect'. Rather that the photographer must nail his or her reputation to each project and di…
 
Another stroll down Portobello Road on a Friday afternoon with Alex Schneideman. On his mind this week are: The role of photographers and artists in the new hard-right mainstream political landscape. The problems of engaging with the Turner Prize. A minor road rage incident. Buddhism and self sticks. Please get in touch with alex at alex@flowphotog…
 
This episode is a recording of my piece for Black+White Photography Magazine issue 192. It questions the value of sharpness as a goal in photography and offers new ways to view photography in a world that values 'high definition' above many other qualities. If you want to take issue with me on something arising from the podcast - don't hesitate! He…
 
THIS IS AN EDITED VERSION OF THE ORIGINAL PODCAST - MUCH REDUCED IN LENGTH BY CUTTING OUT ALL THE EXTRANEOUS CONTENT. NOW ITS JUST THOUGHTFUL CONVERSATION... On July 8th 2016 I travelled to Oxford to meet Paddy Summerfield in the house he has lived in since he was 18 months old and, more particularly, the house that served as backdrop to his 2014 m…
 
This piece appears in the June edition of Black and White Photography magazine. The magazine have very kindly allowed me to record my monthly column, Thinking Photography, for the PHOTOGRAPHICA podcast. Please checkout more info at the podcast page on my new website, flowphotographic.com. TRANSCRIPT B+W190 THINKING PHOTOGRAPHY ON CONTEXT ?k?nt?kst/…
 
WHY PHOTOGRAPHY AT ALL? 1st column from BLACK + WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY MAGAZINE This is the first of of a regular series which are audio versions of my new monthly column, 'Thinking Photography' which appears in BLACK + WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY. Every month I take apart, unpack and dissect various ideas about the nature of photography. My column is fairly shor…
 
Aileen O'Sullivan represents a double first for Photographica. She is the first woman to feature and she is NOT a stills photographer. Rather Aileen is a veteran director and producer from New Zealand who has worked both sides of the truth line, i.e. she has directed drama as well as hard factual documentaries as well as other work that lands somew…
 
Form London to New York, LA and Manchester plus points in-between James Mooney connects with marginal youth groups to discover the story behind the prejudice. NOTE - I used the word 'gangs' before and James very quickly asked me to change that pejorative word because it causes so much harm to young people. The term we came up with together is 'marg…
 
This episode of Photographica Podcast is about a recent visit to the refugee camp in Calais known as 'The Jungle'. I went there with the writer, Tom Blass, and our objective was to discover more for ourselves about the crisis that is unfolding just a few miles from our shores. This podcast is a description of the trip and the problems facing photog…
 
I'VE LIVED A THOUSAND LIVES One bright September morning in 2001 Heathcliff O'Malley was preparing to spend another day among the catwalks of New York Fashion Week for the Daily Telegraph. His phone rang. It was his editor in London saying that reports were coming in about a plane strike on one of the Twin Towers. This call changed the course Heath…
 
MY HOMAGE TO A BLACK AND WHITE GREAT An essay on the power of one broadsheet newspaper, The Independent, that did more for the love of black and white photography than any other media outlet in modern times. Beautifully arranged spreads and layouts honoured the power of great black and white photography from its first edition in 1986. Now the Indie…
 
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