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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.
 
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 ...
 
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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Hey Shutter Stories listeners! We have a favour to ask. As we're coming to the end of our first year, we'd really like to know what YOU think of the podcast. If you've got a moment, please share your thoughts in our audience survey: https://canon.sm/podcastsurvey Thanks for listening to us in 2020. Your feedback will help us make the podcast even b…
 
Our host Ilvy Njiokiktjien talks with Alexis Hunley and Sama Kai, two photographers who have spent 2020 documenting the Black Lives matter protests in LA and London. They give us their insights into the demonstrations, the media and why it's vitally important that black voices are heard and the protests seen through their lenses. We want to know wh…
 
Modern media offers accessible information to a worldwide audience, but barriers still remain. Thirty years after the Americans with Disabilities Act became law, inconsistent captioning, improper ASL interpretation, and obtuse design hinder many from receiving critical news. Moreover many who could provide valuable perspectives on what it's like to…
 
Rebecca Hurn is an independent singer-songwriter from Porthcawl, in South Wales. Before writing and releasing her own music, Rebecca built up a fan following by recording acoustic cover songs and sharing them online. In September 2015 Rebecca released her debut EP ‘Lions’ which reached no. 5 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts. With the release …
 
Sometimes, a single image can sum up a complex situation, start trends or change deep-seated attitudes. It’s photos like these that come to define eras and our conception of history. In this episode of Shutter Stories, we’re joined by Hilary Roberts, curator at the Imperial War Museum, and award-winning photographer Finbarr O’Reilly to discuss what…
 
0:00 – Musical Intro 0:20 – Dave's Intro 1:06 – Talking about Zach Roberts 1:53 – Talking about Ron Hamilton 5:06 – Talking about Travis Keyes 7:17 – Talking about Evelyn Hockstein 10:55 – Evelyn chooses a mirrorless camera 14:10 – Guest 1 – Mike “Sharky” James 15:23 – Guest 2 – Jamie Rose 19:14 – Guest 3 – Bruce Byers 20:37 – Topic 1 – State of th…
 
Founded on Nov. 9, 1861 in Bloomfield, Mo. by troops under the command of Civil War Gen. Ulysses Grant, the military newspaper Stars and Stripes has followed U.S. troops into battle for more than a century and a half. But lately, government budget cutters have been threatening the future of a news outlet that has been a morale booster and watchdog …
 
Guests: J.M. Giordano, Daniel Dreifuss Topics: Following Investigation, Magnum Photos Suspends David Alan Harvey for One Year Megadap, world’s first AF adaptor for manual lenses Is a printed portfolio really necessary? This photographer shows his process for creating a printed portfolio, but at the end of the day, does a printed portfolio really ma…
 
Americans aren't the only ones awaiting the results of this year's U.S. presidential election with intense interest. Missouri School of Journalism students in Professor Beverly Horvit's International Reporting class interviewed journalists from all over the world about who people in their countries like in the 2020 campaign and why. The reporters k…
 
In this episode Dan shares some juicy SEO trick or treats, while Rob gets excited (again) about some geekiness. We talk to Aussie wedding photographer and fellow podcaster, Thomas Stewart, about his hilarious swim in a fountain (mid ceremony) and the story behind how one of his posts hit 26 Million views. Links: Thomas Stewart Photography Dan Morri…
 
Guest: Bruce Byers Topics: Photoshop unveils new AI features Photoshops new AI portrait features allow for dynamic and dramatic manipulation of faces to include the ability to change the direction the face is looking, the direction the eyes are looking, the age of subject and their overall happiness or how angry they are among other features. What …
 
In today’s episode of Shutter Stories we’re discussing how AI and deep learning are becoming an increasingly common part of camera technology. Canon Product Specialist Mike Burnhill is here to explain how the technology works, while the acclaimed family photographer Helen Bartlett tells us exactly how it’s helping her business. Visit our website: h…
 
Three years ago this month, stories about movie producer Harvey Weinstein's predatory behavior prompted a tidal wave of revelations about sexual harassment in the workplace and the birth of the #MeToo movement. The newsrooms that reported on the phenomenon were not immune from revelations of gender inequality, and turned inward to examine diversity…
 
Topics: Nikon Z6 II, Z7 II – Worth the upgrade? A Frame by Frame account – – It’s rare that we see another visual journalists frames from the photoshoot. What do the 71 frames from the recent Denver protest shooting tell us about the photographer, their mindset and the body of work created. What can we learn from Pete Souza’s career. – Pete Souza w…
 
Following World Mental Health Day, we're discussing mental health and photography with Tasneem Alsultan and Anastasia Taylor-Lind. Working as a professional photographer can be emotionally and mentally taxing at the best of times and 2020 has certainly not been that... We discuss how the two photographers have coped with lockdown, how they've dealt…
 
Guests: Josh Edelson - https://twitter.com/joshedelson- https://edelsonphotography.com/- https://www.instagram.com/joshedelson... Chris Stoltz - https://www.instagram.com/stoltz_photos/- https://christopherstoltz.com/ Topics: Nikon – Let’s talk about the upcoming nikon announcements. More Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II rumored specifications Snappr – Let’s …
 
In this episode, Forrest shares his incredible experiences from travelling to more than 100 cities across the world. He talks of how he gave up the "normal life" to embark on a journey that no other street photographer had done before him. He shares some great stories of the struggles and great moments that he stumbled across. He talks about his fu…
 
We’re taking deep dive into the new Sony Alpha 7S Mark III with Sony PRO Support National Manager and all-around Sony camera expert, Mike Bubolo. The latest model in the Alpha 7 S lineup is one of the most highly-anticipated cameras since mirrorless technology took over from DSLRs and it’s been purpose-built for video, hybrid shooting and low light…
 
Guests: Alex Tetreault, Seth Porges Topics: Engineer makes ultrarealistic recreations of real world enviromments An engineer made ultrarealistic setting for practicing photography in his free time. What do we think of these creations? Could this type of product be used as an effective teaching tool for either photography or filmmaking? Facebook res…
 
In case you missed it, Canon has recently added next generation products to its Pro AV line-up. Headlining this is the new Canon EOS C70 - the revolutionary new cinema camera. Joining us on a bumper episode of the podcast are Directors of Photography Jolade Olusanya and Simeon Quarrie, as well as Canon Product Specialists Aron Randhawa and Mike Bur…
 
Guest: Jenn Ackerman Topic 1: Estee Lauder Hires ISS for Photoshoot The International Space Station is now open to commercialism and space tourists with the introduction of the first product ad being photographed on the space station for $128,000. What are our thoughts on this new venture? Does it demean space exploration? What do you think will be…
 
Guest – Brad Smith Topic – Photographing Pro Wrestling Pro wrestling is a interesting subject matter to cover. Part stage play, part athletic showcase, part circus show. What are some things to consider before photographing a match? What is the hardest part to capture during a performance? How much work is done before hand to sure the best shots an…
 
In this Special Episode of the Alpha Universe Podcast, AlphaUniverse.com editor Christopher Robinson connects with Sony's Michaela Ion to discuss the new Sony Alpha Female Plus grant competition. Now in its third year, the competition has been renamed Alpha Female Plus. In addition to opening up the program to 12 winners this time around, there are…
 
In this episode Dan shares stories of his recent trip up north to bonny Scotland, and Rob reveals what his imaginary Tinder profile would look like. Then as we navigate through roars of laughter, we chat to Aga about her journey from architecture to wedding photography, her newfound love of interior design and why her clean and consistent editing s…
 
To coincide with the Women Who Photo & Film panel at this year's TPS this Shutter Stories episode will focus on celebrating women within the industry and inspiring other women to get involved. Joining host Ilvy Njiokiktjien are Jade Keshia Gordon, Cat Goryn and Carys Kaiser, sharing their own experiences and giving advice to other women in the indu…
 
Guest: Maysun News – Freelance Photographers Now Exempt from CA’s Controversial AB 5 California Gov. Gavin Newsome recently signed a law to prevent freelance photographers from having to be considered employees if a company hires them too many times. Is this a good thing or a bad thing, why or why not? Topic – Balancing Artistic Capabilities How do…
 
Claire Thomas is a photographer and photojournalist from Penygroes in South Wales. Her work on issues relating to global political and military conflicts, human rights, and humanitarian and environmental crises has earned her recognition at the 2017 British Journalism Awards, the 2018 UK Picture Editors’ Guild Awards, and the 2018 Amnesty Internati…
 
Guests: B.A. Van Sise, Graeme Jennings, David Butow Topic – Political Photography Let’s talk about covering political photography in D.C. and how it has changed in the past decade. What have been the biggest changes in the past 10 years? How has the new administration affected the way politics are covered in D.C.? How do you think coverage of polit…
 
Guest: Jennifer Osborne News: Google Images’ “Licensable” Badge Lets Photographers Sell Their Work Google is testing a new licensing badge in Google Images to allow people to buy a license for an image directly through the search tool. Do you think this is a good or bad idea? Would you sell your work this way? How do you sell or license your work t…
 
In today’s episode we talk with filmmaker Clemens Boecker about the remarkable journey he embarked on while filming pop star Joey Kelly. Kelly set out to travel from Berlin in Germany to Beijing in China in a beat up old car, with no money and relying on the help of those he met along the way to reach his destination. It was an eventful journey inv…
 
In this episode we talk to three professionals about how they made those tricky first steps from amateur to pro. Hasan Aslan is a cameraman who was thrown in at the deep end when a work placement took him on set for a Mission: Impossible movie. Portrait photographer Jillian Edelstein has worked with world leaders like Tony Blair, but her first gig …
 
Guest: Stacy Pearsall – http://www.stacypearsall.com/, http://www.veteransportraitproject.com/, https://everythingstacy.com/ Topic 1: Everything Stacy Stacy Pearsall makes her second appearance on AtL, her first being on episode 14, to discuss her new podcast Everything with Stacy Pearsall. This autobiographical podcast is essential Stacy’s memoir,…
 
In this episode, photojournalist Pascal Maitre and landscape photographer Quintin Lake discuss how they maintain momentum on long-term projects. Pascal made headlines with his project Africa Without Electricity, which explored the continent’s ongoing energy crisis, while Quintin is currently wrapping up a five year journey around the perimeter of t…
 
In this episode we chat to Dave about him being part of a generation of photographers, what drives his artistic style and what he does in his spare time when he’s not taking photos, drinking beer or speeding down the motorway to make it to the church on time. Resources: David Scholes Photography Dan Morris Photography Rob Edgerley Photography…
 
In this episode we chat with destination wedding photographer. Andrew tells us how he spends his between Zanzibar and Cape Town capturing couples from all over the world. He is also a Safari and hotel chain photographer working throughout Africa. Also a Sigma ambassador. Resources: Andrew Morgan Photography Dan Morris Photography Rob Edge Photograp…
 
On this episode, Gideon and Richard chat with Dr Megan Williams from the Welsh North American Association about the upcoming annual North American Festival of Wales, a weekend long event that includes performances, poetry, literature, singing, dancing, seminars, a marketplace and an Eisteddfod. Sadly, due to the ongoing coronavirus threat, this yea…
 
Rod Thomas (stage name Bright Light Bright Light) is an independent singer-songwriter from the outskirts of Neath in South Wales. His music is a combination of nu-disco, 80s synthpop, dance and house music. Over the past decade he has collaborated with Elton John, Jake Shears, Andy Bell of Erasure, and toured with Cher. Two of his albums have reach…
 
In this roundtable discussion, Shutter Stories sits down with three top wildlife photographers to find out about their hardest shoots. From sleepless days waiting in bird watching hides for chicks to hatch, to the gruelling “sardine run” out at sea, photographers go to extreme lengths to get great shots. Marina Cano, Markus Varesvuo and Nadia Aly t…
 
AlphaUniverse.com editor Christopher Robinson speaks with landscape and astro-photographer Rachel Jones Ross. In Tech Talk, we go through a camera setting that changes the game for photography after dark. And we get some Do This Now tips from Rachel Jones Ross for making high-impact astro-photos and astro-landscapes. Rachel Jones Ross became a phot…
 
In this bumper episode of Shutter Stories we recap the exciting new products revealed by Canon and hear the personal experiences of the photographers and filmmakers who have been using them. Our special host, tech journalist Lucy Hedges, interviews Canon’s Richard Shepherd, Mike Burnhill and Suhaib Hussein about the new products, before speaking to…
 
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