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Best Sam Gregory & Paul Sanders podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Sam Gregory & Paul Sanders podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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In this episode we catch up with documentary photographer Martin Andersen and chat about his recent project & accompanying book ‘Can’t Smile Without You’. Martin is a photographer, art director and designer. His photography work has been published and exhibited internationally in China, France, Japan, Mexico, UK and USA. His professional life has s…
 
In this episode we chat with Professor Tim Allott about the relationships between the physical landscape and photography. As a Professor of Physical Geography, Tim brings his own unique view to the landscape and thoughts on how we represent it visually. Recorded live at South Manchester Camera Club, this is an interesting look at how our landscape …
 
We’re back with a small ‘bonus episode’ featuring Charlie Waite. In this episode we discuss the origins of ‘Landscape Photographer of the Year’ (lpoty.co.uk) with Charlie. We reflect on how the competition has developed over the last 13 years, how it has positively impacted the lives of many photographers, and much more. We also get to quiz Charlie…
 
We’re delighted to welcome Verity Milligan to the show this week. Verity is an extremely well respected photographer and educator covering a variety of disciplines. Her creative streak and connection to her subjects is clearly visible in her emotive landscape imagery, and we discuss this love of the outdoors with the need to still be versatile with…
 
In this episode Paul chats with landscape photographer & tutor Michael Pilkington. Michael is co-founder of the popular workshop company Aspect2i and particularly loves black & white and infrared photography. We dig into some of the techniques and tips for shooting infrared in a creative way and also discuss Michaels thought processes with printing…
 
We're delighted to catch up with top wildlife & landscape photographer Ben Osborne. With a career spanning over 35 years, Ben has worked around the world, on projects for the BBC & National Geographic amongst many others. Amongst various accolades, Ben won the 2007 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition with his stunning image of an Elephant…
 
On this show we welcome arguably the foremost British Documentary Photographer of his era; Martin Parr. With over 100 books to his name, a photographic foundation and having formerly been the president of Magnum Photos, they don’t come much bigger than this. His imagery is quirky, humorous, sometimes uncomfortable but definitely his own! Over his c…
 
On this show we catch up with landscape pro photographer Lizzie Shepherd. Lizzie is based up in North Yorkshire and specialises in landscape, nature and travel with some occasional commercial photography. Her work is exhibited at the Joe Cornish Gallery in Northallerton and has appeared in various photography magazines. We chat with Lizzie about ho…
 
This episode was recorded live at FotoFest 2019 in September and features 4 top UK photographers across a range of genres. In the landscape sector we have Rachael Talibart and Nigel Danson, Tom Way covers wildlife and Martin Parr from a documentary point of view.We get into some hot photography topics and take questions from the live studio audienc…
 
David Ward is one of Britain's most notable landscape photographers. His eye for shape and form is without equal and produces work that is startling in its clarity and intensity. We caught up with David at his 'Overlooked' exhibition which is currently on display at the Joe Cornish Gallery.We chat about his visual motivations, theories about compos…
 
We're back with a new episode and we catch up with the enigmatic Chris Nowell. Chris served in the military from 2001 to 2007 in tours of Northern Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan. During a tour in Afghanistan he was badly injured in a rocket attack on his base and suffered severe head injuries, extensive skull fractures and brain damage. This neurolo…
 
In this episode we catch up with professional wildlife cameraman Tom Walker. Tom’s video credits include scenes in hit wildlife documentaries such as Planet Earth II, Autumnwatch, Coast, Wild New Zealand and many more. His passion for the great outdoors and the landscape started with landscape photography and we chat about his transition into movin…
 
This is the second live Q&A session from the Connected 2019 exhibition. On this panel we feature the legendary John Blakemore, Professor Tim Allott and our very own Sam Gregory. This is a great Q&A session which features a nice mix of some heavy-hitting topics and plenty of practical advice. Amongst other points we discuss whether landscape photogr…
 
Based in Wellington (NZ) Richard Young is a full-time landscape and wildlife photographer. Originally from the UK, Richard’s photography has been recognised in numerous competitions, including awards at The International Landscape Photographer of the Year, The Fine Art Photography Awards, The International Photography Awards. Richard also won the ‘…
 
In this episode we chat with wildlife & landscape photographer Tom Mason (www.tommasonphoto.com). Tom is passionate about the natural world and has carved out a career as a photographer & journalist specialising in wildlife. His work takes him around the world but he’s equally at home getting to know the wide range of species here in the UK. We cha…
 
In this episode Paul travels to the Bosham Gallery on the South Coast to chat with owner Luke Whitaker about their Michael Kenna ‘45 Year Retrospective’ exhibition. Michael Kenna (born 1953) is one of the most acclaimed landscape photographers of his generation. His photographs have been the subject of some 50 monographs and are held in the collect…
 
We catch up with Elizabeth Roberts, editor of 'Black & White Photography' magazine, here in the latest episode. Paul chats with Elizabeth about what makes compelling photography, the importance of play and of course the state of the photographic press and the realities of running a magazine. Also in this show we mention the upcoming Linda McCartney…
 
We catch up with photographer Paul Mitchell recently to discuss his photography and many hot topics. Paul has had numerous exhibitions in London and the South East and has had articles and images published in many photographic magazines. He is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and currently serves on the Fine Art Distinctions Panel. A trus…
 
In this episode we feature the Q&A recorded live at Connected 2019 Exhibition Day 1. The featured photographers were; Lucy Saggers (documentary), Sarah Medway (landscape and wildlife) and our very own Paul Sanders (landscape and fine art). Handling the audience questions was the event organiser Rob Knight. The varied nature of styles and approach f…
 
We’re delighted to welcome Andrew Gray to the show. Andrew is a photographer specialising in abstract and impressionist images of the landscape. Using a blend of camera movement, in camera settings and computer techniques, he strives to use the camera as a paintbrush to create original and unique work. Inspired by local history and landscapes in th…
 
We catch up with journalist and photographer Tom White (www.tomwhitephotos.co.uk). Tom spent five years working as a reporter for the Press Association, covering the north of England as well as around the world from refugee camps in Jordan and Serbia, to royal tours in New Zealand and the Middle East and reporting live on Euro 2016 violence in Mars…
 
In this special Pinhole Photography episode we catch up with Andrew Atkinson and Ian Burton on location to discuss all things Pinhole. We chat about how they got into shooting Pinhole and some of the differences from modern digital shooting. Sam battles wind & rain to get you the answers as we try to uncover the appeal of this particular technique …
 
We welcome landscape photography legend Joe Cornish to the show. Highly respected for his consistently excellent images, Joe is undoubtably one of the leading landscape photographers in the world today. We chat about what motivates his passion for the landscape, how we all need to be respectful of the landscape and our role within it. We also discu…
 
This is a special bonus episode featuring the second Live Q&A from the Connected 2018 exhibition. This as yet un-published Q&A session featured Colin Bell, Chris Dale, Isabel Curdes and Rob Knight. Plus various questions from the audience about a mix of photography related topics.Check out the different thought processes of these various photograph…
 
We welcome award winning adventure-sports photographer Nadir Khan (www.nadirkhan.co.uk) to the show. Well known for getting into hard to reach areas and creating dynamic action shots, Nadir works with top brands such as Rab, F-Stop & Visit Britain. He chats with Paul about his motivations, the importance of good lighting and working with the subjec…
 
We welcome US based large format film photographer Ben Horne to the show this week. Ben is well known for his wilderness/landscape images featuring some of the US's best known areas. However, he is far from a honeypot location hunter, he's much happier trekking deep into the parks with his 8x10 camera and searching out beautiful inner vistas as wel…
 
We've got a bit of everything in this episode, from Photography to Royal Marine Commando's and more! Our guest this week is Pro Photographer Alex Hare. Having spent the last decade building up his business with all manner of genres we spend some time chatting to Alex about his love of capturing landscapes in beautiful Kent.We discuss the importance…
 
We catch up with top documentary photographer Nick Danziger (www.nickdanziger.com) to take a look into his world of visual storytelling. Nick is a previous ‘World Press Photo’ 1st prize winner for his image of Tony Blair and George Bush just as the second Iraq war began. His travel books sold around the world in the 1980’s and 90’s and his subseque…
 
Welcome back to our first podcast of 2019! First up this year is the wonderful Astrid McGechan (website). Following a career in the City, Astrid took up photography and talks to us about her transition from the early stages, through classic landscapes to her passion now for abstract and urban photography. Also her fears about shooting in urban spac…
 
Our guest on this podcast is Snowdonia based mountain photographer Nick Livesey (nick livesey.co.uk). Nick has a great back-story of finding salvation in the mountains of Wales and speaks candidly about his thoughts on photography and life in general. His mountain work has gained many followers and his knowledge of the Snowdonia area is second to n…
 
This is a special live Q&A recording from Day 1 of the Connected Exhibition Photography event in the Summer of 2018. This session features photographers Rob Knight, Paul Mitchell, Marianthi Lainas and the duo of Leeming & Paterson. In this live session the panel take questions from the audience covering many of todays hot photographic topics such a…
 
Joining us on this special 50th edition of the podcast is Justin Minns. Justin is a professional photographer who delights in capturing the beauty and spirit of his native East Anglia. His skills have led him to feature in various publications and competitions, and he now also explores around the world leading workshops. Paul caught up with Justin …
 
This weeks guest is Pro Photographer and YouTuber Nigel Danson. Nigel has a long photographic history and his story is one of exploration and salvation in many ways. After building a successful tech company Nigel had a terrible accident that led him to re-assess his life goals and re-connect with his love of photography. We get into his back-story …
 
We welcome Cheryl Hamer to the show to discuss creative ruts, the importance of actually enjoying your photography and her new passion for alternative techniques. Based on Anglesey, Cheryl has a great passion for the landscape and after reaching a difficult period with her work she found energy from collaboration and experimenting with new ways of …
 
We welcome the highly experienced landscape photographer Paul Gallagher to the show on Episode 47. Paul was schooled in film photography, dark room printing and development and has enjoyed a 30+ year career as a professional photographer.We chat with Paul about his early days and passion for black and white, all the way through to his modern day wo…
 
We welcome Marianthi Lainas to the show this week. Marianthi is a fine art and landscape photographer who has exhibited and displayed her work across the UK. She is known for her careful compositions, often based around the changing coast and tides, and now is building quite a following for her beautiful hand-made books which she produces in limite…
 
We catch up with Welsh photographer Karl Mortimer on this weeks episode. Karl is well respected for his carefully considered images. Many of you may have seen his work from Snowdonia on social media and in various magazines, and he talks to Sam about his motivations, his retrospections and his desire for order and balance in his compositions. Pleas…
 
This episode features Mark Littlejohn, Charlie Waite, Ted Leeming, Morag Paterson and Tom Way in a Q&A session live with Sam. Hosted at the recent FotoFest Central event in Nottingham, this is a great chance to hear from multiple top photographers on one stage. We cover various topics including the importance of photography as a medium and how it's…
 
This episode features Ben Brain, who was until very recently the editor of Digital Camera magazine. Ben has a long photographic back story which we get into during the show including his time at Art College, then working around the world as a pro shooter. This is a great chat with a photographer who has been active in many parts of photography. Ben…
 
On this weeks show we've flipped the tables on our co-host Paul and HE is being interviewed by the legendary Charlie Waite. Charlie sat down with Paul for a recording to compliment the release of the August 'Digital Camera' magazine which Charlie was the guest editor on. The magazine features some of Charlie's work and locations, plus it has a 10 p…
 
We catch up with the fantastic Margaret Soraya on the Isle of Lewis up in Scotland. Margaret lives up in the highlands of Scotland and enjoys working in solitude in the beautiful landscape that surrounds her. She has a particular affinity for the coast and small islands and Paul talks to her about this love of the landscape and how it inspires her …
 
We catch up with top professional photographer Jonathan Chritchley to celebrate our 40th episode in style. Jonathan is highly acclaimed for his signature style which features strong graphic elements and beautiful simplicity and minimalism. As well as shooting for top brands including Ralph Lauren, Vogue and Harrods he also runs a highly successful …
 
We catch up with Irish landscape photographer and gallery owner Norman McCloskey. Norman wants to make the case that it's not all doom and gloom out there for independent landscape photographers and he tells us his back story and how he's gone about establishing a successful gallery in Ireland. With a clear passion for both photography and his loca…
 
On this episode we catch up with current 'Landscape Photographer of the Year' Benjamin Graham. Benjamin won last years competition with a subtle and intriguing image and Paul chats to him about the image itself, his shooting style, how its been since winning and much more including his photographic background. Benjamin is quite a character and it's…
 
We're back! Apologies for the slight hiatus, we return with behind the scenes chats with eight leading landscape photographers who were behind the 'Vision 9' exhibition in London recently. We chat with Beata Moore, Astrid McGechan, Doug Chinnery, Valda Bailey, Linda Wevil, Marianthi Lainas, Rachael Talibart and our very own Paul Sanders. Sadly Cher…
 
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