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The United Nations of Photography

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"To take a photograph is to align the head, the eye and the heart. It's a way of life." Henri Cartier-Bresson. Whatever your level of engagement with photography The Photographic Life Podcast explains the realities of working with and learning about the medium. Each week photographer, writer, lecturer, filmmaker and BBC Radio contributor Dr. Grant Scott reflects on news, discussions, themes and issues surrounding the photographic community. He also asks a photographer to supply him with an a ...
 
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.
 
A regular person talking to other regular people about their stories. The world is a very disconnected place. With my podcast, I connect you to other people and share their reinvention stories, what they are doing with their lives, and how their journey can impact yours. Reinvention Adventure is a subseries providing tips for business content creation, marketing and social media management. I help businesses with social media marketing and content creation. Let me help you with your reinvent ...
 
Outerfocus is a fortnightly photography podcast that explores the idea of photography. Each episode is a discussion with a photographer and we search for the meaning behind the work, how they got started, who influenced them, and what drives them to continue. It’s about discussion, ideas, and the philosophy of photography.
 
Daniel Milnor is currently “Creative Evangelist” for Blurb, Inc. the world’s premiere print-on-demand publisher. He splits his time between the smog-choked arteries of Southern California and the spiritual landscape of New Mexico. Milnor is a former newspaper, magazine and commercial photographer who now works primarily on long-term projects. His work has taken him from the rural corners of the United States to Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. He has taught at Art Center College of De ...
 
The Wedding Street Podcast is brought to you by Dan Morris and Rob Edge, two very passionate and experienced photographers in both wedding and street photography. With each episode comes a new and engaging interview with industry leading experts from all over the world. A blend of sharing experiences and offering knowledge with some joviality thrown in!
 
FILMMAKERS ON with THE JHORTON is a podcast dedicated to helping filmmakers learn how to make more money from their independent movies. Learn how to navigating indie film distribution and marketing with J. Horton and hear Interviews with real working class filmmakers, sharing their successes and failures, hosted by Sean A. Reid.This podcast discusses all aspects of the business of show including post production, production, filmmaking tips, film festivals, editing, directing, producing, film ...
 
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
 
**SUPPORT THESE SHOWS ON PATREON** https://www.patreon.com/ChrisRetro ---------------------------------------------------- Hi I'm Chris Retro, a street and documentary photographer based in Berlin. I'll be your host, and In these podcasts, we interview renowned photographers around the world and talk to them about their art, what motivates them and their advice for those starting out. This can be street photography orientated, or people that I admire and respect in this crazy, fantastic phot ...
 
UnionDocs is a documentary arts collaborative in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Our activities vary in form - we work in video, sound, text, live performance, music and photography, both independently and in combination, online and off. This video podcast promises an eclectic collection that expands beyond what can easily be called 'documentary,' we use the term because it implies an engagement with the subject of reality. For more information check out www.uniondocs.org
 
Welcome to "Our Orange Hustle" podcast 🤗 a documentary series where I get to share my personal hustle journey, inspire creatives, share startup stories, discover and celebrate street hustlers via series of interactive interview sessions, together with innovative individuals who are hustling hard & smart to make a living and also create a positive impact in the society.Our Orange Hustle is focused on projecting Akwa Ibom to the world.It is powered by "CAMPUS BRO", the largest creative brand o ...
 
This is the radio documentary anthology series about filmmaking, cinema, and the creative arts. Every week we bring you personal, passionate, and sometimes provocative stories from filmmakers and artists all over the globe; stories that will help you mature as an artist and find more fulfillment in your craft and career. NoFilmSchool called this "The filmmaking podcast we've all been waiting for." // Filmmaking is the ONE art form into which all other art forms are absorbed. Photography. Gra ...
 
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AOKHI

A. Okhi Irawan Wiryanatakusumah

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Aokhi is writer, photographer, nor creative media director based in Bandung-Indonesia. Has been actively involved or affiliated with various community both in domestic nor international scales with media studies, photography and documentary field, media production, visual and pop-art-and-culture, underground music culture, and these related main issues as professional nor personal interests.
 
Welcome to the happy place of Mikael Colville-Andersen - urbanist, author and host of the TV series The Life-Sized City. With this podcast, he self-medicates himself against his lifelong anxiety about the numbing certainty of mortality by taking tiny, tasty pills of positivity. He presents the 100 things he'll miss when he's dead.
 
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The Enforcer

Podular / Carpe VM / 360 DMG

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The last great mafia story, The Enforcer is a podcast featuring an enthralling full-access account of the life of a notorious mafioso intimately involved in the Lufthansa Heist, rampant government corruption, and the death of a pope. Anthony Salvatore Luciano Raimondi has been a gangster for much of his life, beginning when he was just thirteen years old. He became a made man on Good Friday 1979, and again in 1993. He served as a top enforcer to the Colombo family for more than three decades ...
 
The Art vs. Commerce podcast is a conversation with creative industry professionals who have made a career out of their art. Our discussions range from their personal history, breaking down famous scenes they helped create and learning how they manage to maintain their personal aesthetic in an arena that demands compromise. As a cinematographer for commercials, documentary and narrative, podcast host Jared Levy enjoys these conversations and learning from these talented industry professionals.
 
Join us for a compact, easily digestible chat about contemporary photography in Wales, the UK and beyond. Think of it as a chat with a photo-friend over a coffee! Focussing mainly on documentary photography, we outline calls for entry, new photo books, exhibitions and have a chat with one of our photo-buddies in each carefully-packaged podcast that won't have you committed for the length of a feature film.
 
Hey Beautiful People, I'm Savia Rocks, I'm a Professional Photographer, Writer, Presenter & your "Host" on the "Us People Podcast "On the "Us People Podcast", I wanted to bring a platform of creative & unique individuals to discuss their passion, creativity, individuality, who they really are as a person and business success through conversation. I get to ask people questions that they don’t normally get asked which leaves each of us wondering, what if I got asked those questions, what would ...
 
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The Circle Of Confusion

The Circle of Confusion Podcasting Team

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Hello and welcome to the Circle of Confusion – where you’ll find a different perspective on photography. Three of us cause the confusion. Roger Overall is a documentary photographer who helps private and corporate clients tell their story through photographs. Peter Cox is a landscape photographer and educator, dedicated to photographing the best that nature has to offer and then teaching you how to do the same. Neil McShane is also a landscape photographer and specializes in creating fine ar ...
 
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In this episode of the Us People Podcast. Jensen Silvio - Musician - Voiceover - Fender Guitarist & Teacher and I get creative within, conversation, when we talk about his past, who he sees in the mirror now, is the person that he always uses to see in his head, emotional being able to express yourself, he had anger about the way he was raised, it …
 
Tony Gale chats with film still photographer Nicola Dove. They talk about how Nicola got started as a photographer, what she does as a film still photographer, her go-to gear and more. You can see Nicola's work at nicoladove.com The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Network. See more at alphauniverse.com…
 
Today I'm talking to Filmmaker Jeff Frumess. We talk about how many filmmakers today have a chip on their shoulders, how EVERYONE is making movies, if movies today can have the kind of social impact that 90's hits like Clerks and Reservoir Dogs and how Jeff keeps making movies. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thejhorton)…
 
When Harry Price published his first book covering Borley Rectory in 1940, he would have been well aware of how sensational, and potentially controversial, the title would appear. “The Most Haunted House in England” shot Borley Rectory to fame, cementing the name in history with the likes of Jack the Ripper, The Salem Witch Trials and later, The Am…
 
They define us, what we do today! Want to support my shows? You can, just visit this link at Paypal, or go to SupportKenneth.com to add your monthly contribution to keep the lights on! Check out my YouTube Channel of Photography Talks, my 6x6 Portraits Blog and my Daily Photography Podcast. Thanks! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken…
 
To create a “collective portrait” of any set of people is difficult, but to do so with twenty-five world-renown women artists is a monumental challenge―one that our guests have undertaken and, based on their wonderful book, Portrait of an Artist: Conversations with Trailblazing Creative Women, have accomplished. Equally as impressive is that the bo…
 
Tony Gale chats with photographer and Sony Europe Imaging Ambassador Bertrand Bernager. They talk about how Bertrand got started, his go-to gear and more. You can see his work at on Instagram at @bertrandbernager and his website bertrandbernager.com Bertrand Bernager is a Paris, France based architecture and street photographer…
 
Episode 12 is in praise of Words and Storytelling. Mikael Colville-Andersen is an urban design expert, author and host of the urbanism documentary series The Life-Sized City. He was still very much alive while writing this. Which is a good thing. http://colville-andersen.comBy Mikael Colville-Andersen
 
There's nothing like it in the digital world. See my Instagram: https://instagram.com/kennethwajdaphotographer/ Want to support my shows? You can, just visit this link at Paypal, or go to SupportKenneth.com to add your monthly contribution to keep the lights on! Check out my YouTube Channel of Photography Talks, my 6x6 Portraits Blog and my Daily P…
 
In episode 181 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed reflecting on the photographic long game, supporting established photographers and the importance of having a website.Plus this week photographer Marketa Luskačová on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in which she answer’s the ques…
 
Tony Gale chats with videographer and photographer Chris Olivas. They talk about how Chris got started as a photographer and videographer, how he balances, kids and being an 8th grade teacher with hos photography, his go-to gear, what excites him in the photo world and more. You can see Chris's work on Instagram @cholivas, and his website cholivas.…
 
Photographs get valuable in time. Want to support my shows? You can, just visit this link at Paypal, or go to SupportKenneth.com to add your monthly contribution to keep the lights on! Check out my YouTube Channel of Photography Talks, my 6x6 Portraits Blog and my Daily Photography Podcast. Thanks! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken…
 
This week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast provides a lesson we all can use: how to be better businesspeople while we are being better photographers. Much of this advice comes from our intriguing guest, photographer and educator Todd Bigelow. A longtime pro, Bigelow has freelanced for the likes of Sports Illustrated and The Los Angeles Time…
 
Tony Gale chats with photographer and Sony Alpha Collective member Eric Ward. They talk about how Eric got started, his go-to gear, how he balances photography with being a 4th grade teacher and more. You can see Eric's work on Instagram at @littlecoal and his website littlecoal.com Eric Ward is based in Ohio…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the race to build an atom bomb in the USA during World War Two. Before the war, scientists in Germany had discovered the potential of nuclear fission and scientists in Britain soon argued that this could be used to make an atom bomb, against which there could be no defence other than to own one. The fear among the Al…
 
KEH.com is a reputable reseller. I have no affiliation with them other than I've purchased items from them and they are good. Want to support my shows? You can, just visit this link at Paypal, or go to SupportKenneth.com to add your monthly contribution to keep the lights on! Check out my YouTube Channel of Photography Talks, my 6x6 Portraits Blog …
 
In episode 180 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed reflecting on analogue photography in a digital world.Plus this week photographer James Oatway on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in which he answer’s the question ‘What Does Photography Mean to You?’James Oatway was born in 1978…
 
Indie Filmmaking is His Business - With Tom Konkle Today, I'm talking with Filmmaker/Actor Tom Konkle. We get pretty deep into his directing and acting processes and how he went about creating a 40's film noir on a micro budget. His latest movie starring Vernon Wells is called Trouble is My Business. You can check it out free on tubi tv. Support th…
 
Social media is not just for modern folk. In this episode from the Overheard archives, we’ll look at how in ancient Pompeii, people also shared what they thought, who they met with, what they ate—just with different technology. For more information on this episode, visit nationalgeographic.com/overheard Want more? The new book Lost Cities, Ancient …
 
In this episode of the Us People Podcast. Adam Tanaka - Merch Consultant - Advocate For Children's Mental Health Awareness and I get open and honest about his past, his life being like a roller coaster ride, him having a great support system from his parents but his mother struggling with mental health, what medication can do to you because his mot…
 
Tony Gale chats with Sports, documentary, and commercial photographer Matt Dirksen. They talk about how Matt got started as a photographer, what he does as team photographer for the Colorado Rockies, his go-to gear, what excites him in the photo world and more. You can see Matt's work at dirksenphoto.com and on Instagram @dirksenphoto Matt Dirksen …
 
Today, I'm talking to filmmaker Joe Bartone about his new upcoming film Everything will be fine in the end. Joe gives out some FANTASTIC advice on both traditional fundraising and crowdfunding, both of which he's utilizing for his new movie. He also gives out some great tips for screenwriters and dealing with actors. You won't want to miss this one…
 
Overcoming Filmmaking Obstacles | Hope Madden Today I'm talking to Hope Madden. She's an accomplished film critic and has transitioned into the role of independent filmmaker as a writer/director. She shared how she got to be a respected film critic, the filmmaking scene in Dayton Ohio, her approach to funding her films, the importance of diversity …
 
Michael Muller is one of the most sought after commercial photographers in the business. He's shot countless movie posters and celebrities throughout his career while successfully navigating the minefields of superstar egos. How does he do it? He's armed with the unique perspective and confidence that you get from facing your fears and swimming wit…
 
As for many of us, Dean Hinnant’s life was upended in 2020. The beginning of a very long global pandemic brought about some major changes for Dean and turned his story into one of resilience in the face of loss. In fact, Dean’s ability to take a disheartening situation and find hope in it is remarkable. From the ashes of a summer like no other in w…
 
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On this week's episode we interview Anthony Dawton, an award winning London based photographer with extensive experience of working overseas for NGOs, photographing in refugee camps and disaster areas. Anthony is also the author of Not London, a photo book showcasing portraits of homelessness around London, which came out earlier this month and is …
 
As many of you know, in 2019 I ventured to Albania to take a workshop from visual artist Elena Dorfman. Elena and I have been friends for many years but had never crossed paths, so to speak, in the field. She had been venturing to Albania since the country opened up in the early 1990s and I knew she would provide me an opportunity to learn and expl…
 
This week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast is a wonderful way to usher in autumn and we hope it inspires our listeners to get out into the forests, fields, and streams to photograph what they love. It is also an episode that hits all the marks, as we talk about the gear, technique, science, ethics, and passion of photography―in this case, c…
 
Tony Gale chats with portrait, wedding photographer, educator and Sony Artisan, Scott Robert Lim They talk about how Scott got started, his go-to gear, some of Scott's suggestions for beginners and more. You can see all the ways to follow Scott at scottrobertstudio.com Scott Robert Lim is based in Los Angeles, CA.…
 
Check the article: https://6x6portraits.wordpress.com/2021/09/20/the-professional-photographer-wears-multiple-hats/ Want to support my shows? You can, just visit this link at Paypal, or go to SupportKenneth.com to add your monthly contribution to keep the lights on! Check out my YouTube Channel of Photography Talks, my 6x6 Portraits Blog and my Dai…
 
In episode 179 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed dedicating this week's episode to the photographer Colin Jones, and reflecting on supporting child refugees through photography, the need for clear and simple language in communication, and inclusion through events being held online.Plus this week photographer Dan Burn-Forti on the c…
 
San Diego is home to the world’s first frozen zoo—a genetic library where scientists are racing to bank the tissues and stem cells of disappearing animals. As scientists begin to clone endangered species, we revisit an episode from our archives that delves into what conservation looks like, as we head into a period that some scientists believe is o…
 
In this episode of the Us People Podcast. The Honest Poet - Musician - Poet & Artist and I get spontaneous in conversation when The Honest Poet hypnotises me with his lovely vocals and starts the podcast with his song as the intro, we get into some meaningful conversation even before I do the intro for the podcast, We also get to talk about how he …
 
Tony Gale chats with wedding photographer Basem Barakat. They talk about how Basem got started as a wedding photographer, how he balances his work as an engineer with his photography, his go-to gear, what excites him in the photo world and more. You can see Basem's work at basemphotography.com and on Instagram @chromatime Basem Barakat is an Austin…
 
1938 saw one of the world's most famous media hoaxes terrify a nation of unexpecting listeners when the original War of the Worlds radio broadcast was sent out across the airwaves unannounced, leading many to believe it to be a genuine news item. Somewhat more obscure is the tale of its precursor, when 103 years earlier in August of 1835, daily New…
 
Good to be back. Episode 11 is in praise of Sweat and Maps. Mikael Colville-Andersen is an urban design expert, author and host of the urbanism documentary series The Life-Sized City. He was still very much alive while writing this. Which is a good thing. http://buymeacoffee.com/MIKAEL http://colville-andersen.com…
 
Check out https://6x6portraits.wordpress.com/2021/09/22/we-need-to-print-our-photos-so-we-have-something-to-write-on/ Want to support my shows? You can, just visit this link at Paypal, or go to SupportKenneth.com to add your monthly contribution to keep the lights on! Check out my YouTube Channel of Photography Talks, my 6x6 Portraits Blog and my D…
 
Wedding photographer, Paul Reid, is based in Carlisle, Cumbria. His approach to shooting a wedding is all about taking naturally posed shots and reportage style photos of the event. Sound familiar? It’s definitely an approach bordering on street photography where most of the images are candid, relaxed and natural – and the results are beautiful. On…
 
Okay, back by popular demand the For What It's Worth Podcast. Complete with the hero of the week, the goat of the week, and a rambling assortment of posts and topics that are sure to please at least ten percent of the listening audience. We talk Tern bikes, vaccine hesitancy, porn stars I happen to know, journaling, the Sony A7C, and why geeks shou…
 
Tony Gale chats with astro photographer, workshop leader and Sony Alpha Collective member Rachel Jones Ross. They talk about how Rachel got started, her go-to gear, her workshops and more. You can see Rachel's work on Instagram at @rachel_jones_ross and on her website astralisphotography.com Rachel Jones Ross is based in the Canadian Rockies…
 
On this topic on my 6x6Portraits.com blog. Want to support my shows? You can, just visit this link at Paypal, or go to SupportKenneth.com to add your monthly contribution to keep the lights on! Check out my YouTube Channel of Photography Talks, my 6x6 Portraits Blog and my Daily Photography Podcast. Thanks! --- Send in a voice message: https://anch…
 
In episode 178 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed reflecting on those that are chosen to decide the future of photography, narrative photographic fiction and the reality of NFTs.Plus this week photographer Carol Golemboski on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in which she answer’s…
 
Tired of waiting for the local government to build more bike lanes, a group of cyclists in Mexico City, the largest city in North America, took matters into their own hands: they painted the lanes themselves.. As traffic and pollution continue to choke cities, bicycles can ease the pain. Yet cities around the world struggle to build biking infrastr…
 
Today I'm talking to Kinema founder, Christie Marchese. Kinema transforms communal spaces into cinemas Turns your bar into a cinema, converts your parking lot into a drive-in theater or makes your local park into an ourdoor cinema. No internet connection required during your screening. Christie Marchese is the founder and CEO of Picture Motion, whe…
 
In this episode of the Us People Podcast. Fred Matser - Humanitarian - Author of Beyond Me Documentary - Founder & Chairman of the Fred Foundation and I get spiritual and peaceful within conversation when we talk about his life, how hard his father worked, how his father died, him taking over his father's company at a young age, him being a humble …
 
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