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Photography insights are important interviews with people in the photography industry. Each episode features a photographer, model, inventor, retailer, publisher, engineer or artist from the analogue or digital world. Hosted by the Phlogger (Andrew Walmsley) who provides a casual, but intelligent insight into their work and life. All guests are subjected to my infamous "random questions" and the pay it forward recommendation scheme. Keep up to date with photography insights on our website (p ...
 
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As you know I've come across a lot of artists through the website Lenscratch.com and do urge you all to check it out. Recently Karen Constine recommended I talk with the founder of the resource - Aline Smithson, so that's what I did. After reaching Aline, was only to happy to chat. Another lovely person who is all about giving, sharing information …
 
For episode 130 I'm talking to a guy I have followed for a while in the film community and long admired. Originally noticed his analogue work and then started hearing him help out the team at Sunny 16 podcast. One of the core reasons I became to admire the work was the openness about sharing details and any techniques but also his fun attitude. Eri…
 
Welcome to episode 129 of photography insights, i'm your host Andrew Walmsley and today we have another artist for you. I came across Rita Maas through the lovely Elizabeth Stone. She's another lovely lady living and working in New York. What caught my eye with Rita's work is that its completely different to any other photographer I have seen. Her …
 
For episode 128 of photography insights we bring you another amazing artist, someone who has become a friend. Jonah Calinawan made me feel very special like I am actually creating something useful for people. He was an accountant for 25 years,decided to go to art school, become a cyanotype artist and now moving towards the world of acamedia through…
 
Welcome to episode 127 of photograph insights. This week we have a guest from Los Angeles, who received her B.A. from the University of California. Karen Constine is a friendly photography who describes herself as someone who practise examines aspects of cultural traditions and spaces that are in transition. We found Karen through the website lensc…
 
Welcome to the results show! Finally we've got through all 76 entries and sat down with the judges to discuss the photographs. It was really nice to see lots of entries using Kodak TMax too - there were 26 of them so easily the most widely used. So without further ado let's get on with the podcast and announce the competition winners. 1st prize - M…
 
Welcome back everybody, we are now on episode 125 so really happy to bringing you another amazing guest for this weeks show. Eric Kunsman is an educator (Rochester Institute), artist and damn nice guy who was recommended by Elizabeth Stone. I'm so so pleased recently with the list of fascinating and kind people that have been recommended recently. …
 
Welcome to episode 124 of photography insights. This show i'm featuring another artist called Elizabeth Stone who has been recommended by both Jeanine Michna-Bales and Linda Alterwitz! It's been really great recently to feature such different artists, who all have mutual respect for each others work. Giving up their time to spend time with myself h…
 
Welcome back, this one is episode 123 and another lovely artist. After speaking with Jeanine in episode 120 she was kind enough to recommend I look at Linda Alterwitz's work. After looking over her work contacting it was clear she had a way with her art. Linda describes herself as "working within the intersection of art, technology and science". Wh…
 
For episode 122 I would like to introduce you to a new face in the modelling word. Sadie Minton started modelling in March 2020 - yes what a time to start eh! So after one shoot we were in lock down and this changed her future. Sadie started arranging these remote shoots as luckily she has the equipment us photographers need. This was because she h…
 
George Logan is a concept advertising photographer from the UK and has been shooting over 30 years. Recently he’s put together a book about lions with the Born Free Foundation who work around the globe. They help and can provide sanctuaries so animals can live as normal a life as possible – but it will never compare to the wild. George’s passion st…
 
Welcome to today's podcast and boy do I have a special artist for you. I came across Jeanine Michna-Bales through her work with the Yellow Rose project and was recommended by Frances and Meg. Jeanine calls herself a fine artist who uses the medium of photography to explore relationships to society, land and us. I think spending a few hours with her…
 
After having such a lovely time talk with Nick a few weeks ago, I wanted to follow up on his recommendation. He suggested speaking with Kevin Percival as he works at the London Science museum but also runs personal projects and shoots film! So obviously I had to chat with him and here we are. Kevin is another down to earth humble person and talks o…
 
Welcome to another special edition of Photography insights. We go back to our theme of how artists and photographers have influenced some of you. For me there is no better time to discuss this, it's a fresh year, we all need distraction so let's listen to someone else. By listening to other people you find new artists to look at and see how it insp…
 
Nick St Oegger is a documentary photographer whose been on assignments in different locations around the world. He is one of the freelancers who work with Rob Pinney over at Point 51 magazine. Nick talks to us about his trips in post-communist states and documenting the Balkan region. He is not the sort of person to just fly in and take photos, ins…
 
Well everyone it's the end of 2020 thank god! I wanted to say something about this year so put together this summary of 2020. In this one we discuss: blogging for Silvergrain My articles darkroom experiments Prints for models covid & group shoots architecture & desolation zine planning competitions collaborative projects celebrating 100th show dive…
 
We are fast approaching Christmas 2020 everyone, so merry Christmas and happy holidays to all! Recently I came across some lovely portraiture work using large format through Instagram. After commenting on a few and scrolling through their work I realised how much it inspired me. Shooting large format with family is now mean fete! I then looked for …
 
Today I'm really honored and pleased to bring you a different episode of photography insights. After speaking with Sheri Behr recently she put me in contact with this amazing project called the yellow rose project. It’s run by 2 lovely people Meg Griffiths and Frances Jakubek. When I researched their work I felt very privileged to talk to them as i…
 
Welcome to episode 113 everybody, hope you are coping well. for those outside the UK, we have come out of the current lockdown. We are now in a tier system that allows different measures and freedoms. To carry on our journey towards learning and education, I wanted to try and get a few people on together. The idea was to talk about some artists and…
 
Episode 112 - Noah Berger Noah has been described as “The California Photographer Who Has Shot More Than 100 Wildfires.” He talks to us about his experience with taking photographs with fires. Although he is a freelancer with corporate and news work, Noah talks about why he works with other photographers. It’s a fascinating topic and gives you some…
 
Welcome to episode 111 of photography insights everybody. Today we are embracing the world as we interview someone from Kenya now living and working in the big apple – New York City. Polly Irungu is a lovely lady who is trying to help others. She is described as a Multimedia journalist, digital editor, and photographer who is responsible for 2 mill…
 
Welcome to today’s show everyone, another guest from the big apple. This photographer has 2 sides to her story, and we are concentrating on her ongoing project work. Sheri Lynn Behr is a lovely lady who grew up in the Bronx. Originally trained in film analog and printing too, but moved quite early to digital. We even talk about why you may want to …
 
Interviewing my next guest was really easy, well that's how it felt. Alejandro or “Alex” as he calls himself was born in Venezuela but has also lived in Mexico, Brazil, Germany, and now Romania. Along these travels, he has fallen in love with street portraiture and has a great way of showing the culture. As he says, there is no point going to the p…
 
Although I really enjoyed my small break in the hills of England with my family it's time to get back to podcasting. This was an unusual one for me, as it was first thing in the morning but it was really nice to speak with my guest. Tomasz is a talented classical pianist, photographer, and editor of Frames magazine! It’s unfair how talented people …
 
So it's a quieter week for you all for a change. COVID caused some last-minute issues for this week, so we've had to change the lineup. In this episode, you get to listen to me all the way through! I'm talking to you about projects - why you should participate, why you should create one, some of the steps involved, and lessons I have learned. In th…
 
Hey everybody, welcome to this week's podcast with me your host the Phlogger. As I explore this medium of photography and play around I become interested in many areas. One of these that always springs to mind is a double exposure. I remember when running my competitions with Kodak Alaris that there was a few multi-exposure entries. In fact, one of…
 
Recently I’ve been talking with friends about developing, my mistakes, and how to improve after recently going back to development. It’s been interesting to improve my results, so being more careful in preparation has been good. After speaking with James Lane about developing we became friends and started talking to different developers etc. Now al…
 
Welcome to episode 103 of photography insights, the shot that interviews people from the photography industry. It’s funny how I look back over the past hundred episodes and still cannot believe some of the names and talent I’ve managed to interview. Each year of my photography seems like how do I beat last year. Then all of sudden you get a reply f…
 
I’m pleased to bring you episode 102 which is all about one of my favorite subjects – beer!!! During COVID it’s been great to get to the weekend and relax with a couple of beers (obviously you all should drink in moderation like me). After a recent delivery from Beer52 I looked through the Ferment magazine and noticed some interesting articles. Thi…
 
Welcome to episode 101 and this one I'm delighted to talk to someone on the opposite side of the world. Gareth Davies originated from Wales in the UK but through his military career ended up in New Zealand. He started life in the Air Force serving all around the globe, including places like the Gulf War and Bosnia (amongst a few others). This one's…
 
Oh crikey where do we begin on this one? The big 100! When approaching the turn of the century I came up with an idea to do something different and flip the host and guest scenario! Now I have to be honest I asked and was trying to arrange my first ever guest to host it. However, Sarah (street media) had literally just started a new job after we st…
 
Hi everybody I’m so thrilled to bring you yet another first – an underwater photographer for episode 99! I was sat reading my copy of the technology/science magazine WIRED and came across some different photos. It was all about reefs and a project involving them with some beautiful photographs by a gentleman called Lorenzo Mittiga. After checking h…
 
*** Please note there are a couple of minutes of echo on this show, there was a bad weather storm in Stacy's area. This caused our video session to black out a few times too, but i've edited all that out so can't tell. Nothing much to worry about though, just enjoy Stacy's presence. *** It’s that time again and its now episode 98. After recently sp…
 
Welcome to epsiode 97 of photography insights, the show that interviews people from around the photography industry. Today is a very special one, something different to my usual interviews and focusing on a specific subject – model safety. Since I’ve worked with a few and seen some of the problems, I got together with a few to record this. What fol…
 
Welcome to episode 96 everyone, really pleased to have you on board once again. Had some lovely guests recently and I’m adding another friendly person to the list. This time we are discussing the darkroom with John Whitmore aka TheDarkShed. John discusses his life around the darkroom, children and all things analogue. He has his own youtube show an…
 
INTRODUCTION Welcome to episode 95 of Photography insights, the show that interviews people from the photography world. Today I would like to introduce you to someone who has travelled a lot of the world. Someone that’s been to the artic and lived with reindeer herders and who has been to war with a camera! Examples of places he’s served or work in…
 
Hey everybody, welcome to episode 94 of photography insights and today we are going to feature another great artist. As I said in my previous episode I’m trying to reach out to a wider scope of people and this is another example – a photographer from Russia! Gulnara comes from the region of Autonomous Republic of Bashkortostan and was the only fema…
 
It's another week and time for another show and again something completely different. You can see how my choice of guests is influenced by events and people around me! Recently I have talked about the point of looking for with my guests and choosing them for a reason. It's something that has played on my mind recently and how I should open up more.…
 
It's my pleasure to bring an artist and photographer from the top of his game - Joel Tjintjelaar from Holland. Joel's images are really outstanding and thought-provoking, based around his concepts of fine art. His images are based around black and white (he explains why too) and usually involve long exposure. Joel works in the world of architecture…
 
Hello everyone, Hello everyone,a quick message to say there is no episode this week as I've been interviewed myself. Yes, please do check out Tim at Cheapshot podcast, where I was a guest for episode 8! Tim's a great and friendly character so really nice to be talking with him (link at the bottom). In this show I briefly discuss: ideas for future s…
 
Welcome to episode 90! I was reading a copy of the tech/science mag WIRED recently and was intrigued by some of the photography inside, especially one particular article. Something then suddenly flashed why don't I reach out to the photographer, as they are always credited in magazines like this. The thing was, the article was based around forensic…
 
How do you introduce someone who is funny, forthright and totally committed to her role in society. With some people its more than a job, it's more than passion, it's simply who you are. Today's guest is the one and only Michelle Groskopf, a street and editorial photographer from Los Angeles. Michelle is an interesting figure in the community becau…
 
Welcome back all, a few weeks ago I brought you a double-length special with Stephen at Kosmo. For this week I'm bringing you something really different and totally understand if it's not for you. For one week, I've put together a double-length special focusing on mental health with a couple of photographers. These are blunt, raw, true stories abou…
 
I’m pleased to bring you photojournalist Rob Pinney from Point 51 magazine. The magazine is based around photojournalism and covers stories around Europe. It’s a well-made publication, unique size and reads more like a long-form approach. Rob talks to us about: stealing the "stone of scone" timeline issues COVID & the future commuting during COVID …
 
After waiting so long I thought it would be wise to put an interview with Stephen Dowling from Kosmo foto together. After writing for his blog last year (link) and watching his website grow from the Zorki days has been impressive. Obviously some of you know Stephen from his film, some know him from the BBC and some from his NME days, never mind his…
 
Interview with historic sign photographer Mark Stein, is a hell of a title ain't it! Well, I'm back after a prolonged break from this pandemic, but I am feeling in a better headspace thank god. After chatting with Mark recently we finally nailed down a date together to get this podcast recorded. Apologies for any audio issues on this one, so many i…
 
As you already know I'm starting this series of interviews to document what is going on with this pandemic. We are featuring an array of people from different places in the world, so we get an even picture of what is happening. I am really pleased to present you with 2 lovely people from Germany today, it's Marwan and Chary's from Silvergrain Class…
 
As you already know I'm starting this series of interviews to document what is going on with this pandemic. We are featuring an array of people from different places in the world, so we get an even picture of what is happening. I am really pleased to present you with 2 lovely people from Germany today, it's Marwan and Chary's from Silvergrain Class…
 
As you already know I'm starting this series of interviews to document what is going on with this pandemic. We are featuring an array of people from different places in the world, so we get an even picture of what is happening. Today's guest stands out in some ways because of his role in life - health care. Today I want you to welcome David Collyer…
 
As you already know I'm starting this series of interviews to document what is going on with this pandemic. We are featuring an array of people from different places in the world, so we get an even picture of what is happening. Today's guest is Ashley Hoff, another nice guy I met on Instagram and lives in Adelaide, Australia. Ashley's work caught m…
 
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