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Best Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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This week we discuss the interplay and cross-influencing of painting and photography throughout the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. There are soooo many references to choose from so here is a big long list... Sally Mann, Wet plate of Greta Thunberg, Akihito Takuma, Stephen Shore, Bill Gekas, Max Rive, Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk, John BaederDaniel Castong…
 
This week we delve into the world of fads in photography past, present, and future. If you’ve got any to add to our list, let us know! From the early Victorian penchant for post mortem photography, the Cottingley Fairies and hidden mother photography to the more current bread cat (yes, it’s true -google it) just what fads are likely as we go forwar…
 
It’s time for a TFOP workflow update! In Ade's ever-changing work-in-progress photo workflow, what's new? Plenty actually - including a JPEG-based process - also plenty of constructive challenge from the team ;-) Fave tools: Apple SD card dongle, iOS 13 Files app, Apple pencil, Snapseed - non-destructive editing with layers and masks and selective …
 
Welcome to 2020! This week we indulge in some fantastical speculation about the future of photography. Always fun and remember to call it out if we are wrong! Links to all our references and speculations... Jessie Reiser, The Death of Retail, Intrepid Camera, Cameradactyl, The Blind Smartphone Camera Test 2019!, Drone armies, Further out: photograp…
 
Happy Holidays to all our listeners, friends and family! Holidays are a time of photographic opportunity and occasionally obligation. To help you maximise/survive the TFOP team offer these creative ideas. Chris: Move that camera, especially around all those Christmas lights.Ade: Theme a shot - Christmas mugshots with presents - one lens, one light,…
 
Chris and Jeremiah discuss a topic that has always been at the foundation of photography and that in future, with sheer unlimited possibilities, play an even greater role: creativity. What is it, what can it be and where will it go? Picks of the week: 99pi - episode "The Kirkbride Plan", Miyu Kojima, kodokushi (link 2), toothpaste for dinner.…
 
The start of a mammoth conversation on movie making past, present and FUTURE (of course). We talk colour, equipment, vision and story, story, story in this first slice. Picks of the week: 99pi is a great podcast, and this show in particular. This Unreal Engine resource is a glimpse into the future of production. And how about getting inspired by so…
 
Sony's 3-layer sensor incorporates not just the light-sensitive pixels, but also some DRAM and logic, sandwiched on top of each other. This enables Sony to achieve high frame rates without the dreaded rolling shutter effect. | Scientists at the university of Utah have developed a lens that is 1000x thinner than regular optics. We speculate about ho…
 
Eimear introduces us to land/earth art, with Andy Goldsworthy's art as a great example. We explore how this art form depends on other media and how you would show and present this art to audiences that are not in the position to go there. VR? Photography? And would that become its own new form of art in the process? | Picks of the week: Samir Belha…
 
How do we best represent climat change in our images. One newspaper has made some choices - what do the team feel about that. And sports coverage has taken an uncomfortable turn | Picks of the week: A: Obsolete and Discontinued - a book edited by Mike Crawford. The work of Annuar Patjane. Fyuse app | Twitter: @tfopnow…
 
This week the team slooooww down. Inspired by a news article about an amazing artist, we discuss the benefits of making images more slowly - different approach, different kit, different outcomes | Picks of the week: Solarcan solography, making long exposures on your phone. And set yourself an assignment with friends! Book: Jeff Bridges: Pictures Vo…
 
A techy show this week - how to make moving images by extrapolating for a single still. New technology from MIT that can turn still images into video. Could this be the panacea for all photographers that find video really hard? | A bit of background reading on the reason for the show title. | Picks of the week: [Fuji X-Pro 3](),Crazy niche cameras …
 
Over the history of photography, less and less skill was required to take photos. Photography used to be alchemy: chemistry, glass plates, very skillful processes. Then cameras evolved to free us from the requirement of tech skills. But now we have so much choice, so many tools. Is it now harder to produce great images? | Photo highlights: Trent Mi…
 
Show 100!!!!! A huge thank you to all our listeners for all your support and engagement over the the life of TFOP. This week we indulge ourselves in a little reminiscing, talking about our own imagery and speculating wildly. Fun times! – Photo highlights: Speed of development, Body camera behaviour, photographing a black hole, Christian Stangl's Co…
 
"What do you want to be famous for?" A difficult question to answer perhaps. Even for the TFOP crew there are different views and understandings of the nature of fame. This week we take an existential trip down the fame rabbit hole to find our answers to our darkest needs :-) – Photo highlights: Clare Marie Bailey, Vija Celmins – Picks of the week:…
 
HDR - an opportunity to make amazing images or an abomination? It's a bit like Marmite, you either love it or hate it. But what does it actually mean? What is the difference between older defitions and new tools, toys and workflow? Why can't we turn it off on our phones anymore? Can it be done well? || Photo highlights: Old family Flickr stream, a …
 
Time to catch up on TFOP tech news! How to make deepfakes pay. Big maths to solve lens design challenges. And apparently there is a new phone. Photo highlights: Chris' workshop on light. Picks of the week: LightPix Labs FlashQ Q20ii, Photo hardware (random-ish ebay link).By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
A light-hearted look at the cameras we have and why. We see plenty of stats that the market for dedicated cameras is crashing but of course that doesn’t include phones. But even phone sales growth is slowing now. So do we hosts all have a sufficient number of cameras? Is the future of cameras to have more or fewer? How many types do we each have to…
 
So where do we begin with the future of copyright? Understanding the present can be challenging enough. Where does appropriation fit in? How does social media influence copyright? Are there links to social norms about cannabis vs alcohol? Photo highlights: Ihmezentrum Hannover, Portrait taken there,Do an assignment, Alex Fruehmann and painting! Pic…
 
Chris has been crowdsourcing stress. As you might expect, there are some themes: time, the others, pressure, being overwhelmed, clutter, motivation. So what do the TFOP team find stressful? Listen in to find out. Photo highlights of the week: BJP Portrait of Britain, Morten Barker, Gregory Crewdson. Picks of the week: hkcam, Home automation, Cheap …
 
There was a time when a photograph was a statement of social standing. These days though there are many uses from medicine and star mapping to finding your car or a cheaper place to buy that new lens you really need :-).Our conversationthis week explores all sorts of uses for photography so here come lots of links! Liam, Star Chart app, Cortis & So…
 
Adrian has a problem - his new favourite photo was taken with a phone. It would have been challenging to capture with a dedicated camera. This is not just a landscape or selfie, it’s a candid portrait - a real decisive moment. WDTMFTFOP? Photography Highlight is the Nikon Z6. Picks of the week: Scanning instax, Minolta XD-7 (aka XD11 in the US)…
 
Adrian is still on his summer break, but Chris, Eimear and Jeremiah are holding the fort with a discussion about the future of image presentation. They dive into electronic frames, LED screens, renewable paper, architectural skins, fabrics and even augmented reality. Links: Adam Savage at the Washington Mall (Apollo projection mapping), The Imago 1…
 
Chris and Eimear take a closer look at their favorite mobile photo apps: Snapseed, Mextures, Hipstamatic, Focos, Diptic and SKRWT.By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
Face swapping has come a long way, from replacing a face in a still photo to expensive visual effects work to now being able to replace faces in movies using machine learning techniques. Chris and Jeremiah discuss the reality of photos and what opportunities for bad and good the new technologies present. Deepfake example 1, example 2, example 3, Ca…
 
Let us introduce you to the latest addition to this podcast. Eimear from Ireland joins us to reel us nerds in a bit. Her background in art and a life long love for photography makes this a great discussion about what the value in photography is. So everybody, say hi to our new team member!By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
What if Chris, Adrian and Jeremiah were granted a wish for the perfect camera? Listen to find out what each of them would go for. It becomes clear quite early in the episode that the answer isn't an easy one.By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
Not always the sexiest of areas in photography, nonetheless, managing your digital assets is important. Luminar and On1 Photo Raw have recently brought new DAMs to market to compete with established products like Lightroom and Capture One. But there is another way. Instead of big catalogues, automated cloud backup can make images available across a…
 
Is the origin of an image as important as the subject of the image? As innovative camera technologies allow the image makers to go beyond "the decisive moment" enabling the capture of polygons, heat signatures, Infra Red, topographical information and more than the eye can see. As high performing VR cameras enable massive environmental capture - in…
 
The US now requires social media user names from visa applicants. (see also TFOP episode 82), Jasper Anderson uses projection mapping in his haunt kits. (see also TFOP episode 25), iOS 13 will be out in September and we talk about its new photography-related features.By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
Let's get you all up-to-speed on our casting results. On the last episode you have already heard Jeremiah, one new voice that we added to the show. But there will be another new voice soon: Eimar. So we are expanding this to four (!) voices in total. And we're very excited about it.By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
Just when you thought the world was relatively predictable (not), a new voice joins the podcast. Also, a product launch caught our eye. Dotphoton is a genuinely lossless raw file compression technology. You can compress your media files by up to 80% (apparently) with no loss of fidelity. So, what does this mean for the future of photography?…
 
Chris just got the new Oculus Quest, a standalone VR headset that lets you experience virtual worlds without a cable tethering you to the PC. How will this headset influence the future of virtual content in relation to photography? Chris and Ade discuss the National Geographic Explorer VR experience that has a photography component built in.…
 
Law and law enforcement evolve over time. In the UK, a new policing policy asks victims of crime to share their digital information - including all private photos. This is a deep and complex subject and we have tried to explore it in a sensitive and thought provoking way.By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
On this episode we present five ways of using cameras: To save money (by using $10 cameras instead of $10,000 lidar), as an invisible camera (by hiding cameras behind smartphone screens), not using cameras at all (by creating entire people out of thin air), to fight the Notre Dame fire (by flying thermal cameras with off-the-shelf drones) and to ta…
 
We hear a lot about "colour science" nowadays, often in an attempt to differentiate between products. But what does it actually mean? Perhaps more importantly, what difference does it make to us as image makers? How can we punch through the marketing noise and use it to our benefit? Chris and Ade indulge in some myth-busting this week building on r…
 
From the predominantly computer rendered still images of the IKEA Catalog to moving images like the 2010 animated short "The Third and the Seventh" artificial imagery is getting more and more photorealistic. On the right hardware, the latest Unreal Engine now can do those photorealistic renderings in real-time on demand. Videos: Quixel demo. Charac…
 
What to do when the world suddenly springs on you a vertical TV and doubles the price of your favourite tools? (Although that might be "just a test".) The best response is a rant. And then maybe move on to other things like new tools and, even better, focus on the art people can create. Also, we are still searching for a new TFOP team member. If yo…
 
You've definitely seen the black hole photo by now but did you know they had to use a camera the size of the planet to get it? Here's some more information. The techniques used remind us of what smart phones are working on incorporating. Including AI-based image completion, similar to what we think the Huawei P30 Pro does. Want to become a host on …
 
What's in Ade's pockets? A full environmental portrait kit, that's what - and not because he has a coat with enormous pockets. Even better than that, he bought a new camera and a new light! Would you like to join the TFOP team as third host? Check out our web page that explains how you could be the new voice of TFOP!…
 
Making cameras lighter is a function of several things, including new and lighter materials for what makes them heavy. Lenses are high on this list and this week Chris and Adrian take a look at Aluminium Oxynitride, also known as ALON™ or transparent aluminium. With its higher refractive index and its mechanical strength, is it on the way to replac…
 
Chris and Ade explore the the ways new technology can help you make fantastic photos.By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
Let's revisit GANs on this episode, extending on TFOP ep. 63. Nvidia is at it again with GauGAN (named after French painter Paul Gaugin). This time they present a network that can generate landscapes based on a segmentation map that you draw. Here's a video, a blog post and the paper. Nvidia is planning to release code here.…
 
How do you turn 360 spherical images into a 3D navigable model? Matterport know how. They have produced hardware and software for some years that can do this from 3D capture and now have launched a version of their service that works with both the Ricoh Theta V and the Insta360 ONE X. So now we can all do 3D modelling! Technology is democratised ag…
 
One of the latest gadgets that claim to make you a better photographer is called Arsenal. It received over $2.5 million on Kickstarter and as of this episode, it has not even been released yet. The amount of pre-funding clearly indicates how desperate a lot of people are to find the AI-powered silver bullet that will make them better photographers.…
 
Name a classic aspect ratio. Did you pick 6x4? 8x10? The Academy Ratio? Univisium? Univisium is actually Ade’s favourite. But have you shot 9:16? It’s a new video format that editing houses and digital agencies are starting to take very seriously.By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
There are several ways to do slow motion. One is to shoot at a very high frame rate. The other is to fake it and interpolate additional frames based on a slower frame rate. Researchers at the University of Massachusetts have come up with an algorithm to stretch video time almost indefinitely and create a Super SloMo.…
 
Are you locked into an everlasting quest for high quality photo kit that fits in your pocket? Ade is. He recently bought the Fuji 27mm pancake lens which has added a new use-case to his APS-C camera - it now fits in a coat pocket. Get in touch with us on twitter @TFOPnow to show us your pocketable camera kits.…
 
Lightroom adds Enhance Details, but is it any good? // Nokia 9 PureView comes with 5 Cameras (see also TFOP 039: Lens Multiplication) // Nvidia StyleGAN Proof of Concept: This Person Does Not Exist (Article), Nvidia StyleGAN on github (see also TFOP 063 Porsche-ness: The Future of Stock Photography)By Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock
 
How do you get your passport photos done? Ade just had to renew his and found that the UK Government now has a great service for uploading digital photos and streamlining passport renewal. Check out the guidelines here. It's a bit different in Germany though for Chris. And in agreessive pricing news, Canon has set a new low benchmark for pricing fu…
 
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