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EOS Photographer is the podcast created to help Canon photographers master your gear and your craft. Created by a Canon alum and fueled by insiders and experts, this is the independent platform with the resources to help you reach your photography goals faster and with confidence.

EOS Photographer is the podcast created to help Canon photographers master your gear and your craft. Created by a Canon alum and fueled by insiders and experts, this is the independent platform with the resources to help you reach your photography goals faster and with confidence.
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EOS Photographer is the podcast created to help Canon photographers master your gear and your craft. Created by a Canon alum and fueled by insiders and experts, this is the independent platform with the resources to help you reach your photography goals faster and with confidence.

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English

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240-472-1011


Episodes

Questions that lead to better storytelling photography

6/13/2019
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You can get all the technical things correct, light, composition, exposure — and still get a so what picture. How do you fix it? Ask yourself these questions to find the story for your photo. Storytelling elements are the one feature that can make good pictures great and even memorable. Good storytelling is helpful if you are doing travel photography, street photography, photojournalism, sports and action. And as Freddy told us in Episode 109, even with Food & Beverage Photography. In this...

Duration:00:15:33

How to photograph beverages with Freddy Clark

6/11/2019
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If you’ve ever experienced your mouth watering, just because you were looking at a photo of a cold drink, you can thank people like Freddy Clark. Beverage photography is a more challenging subset of food photography. Instagram overflows with photos from people snapshotting their meals, but when you want to set up a stylized shoot of a beverage in a glass or bottle, that’s a different level of effort. Lucky for us, we have a great food & beverage photographer to talk with today.

Duration:00:39:16

How to photograph automobiles with Jim Rose

6/4/2019
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Whether they are roaring by at 200 miles per hour or parked in the perfect light, automobiles can be both thrilling and challenging to photograph. Jim Rose should know. He’s been a fan and photographer of automobiles for almost 40 years. A former Canon USA instructor, Jim learned photography to have something to do while he was watching cars race. He turned photography into a career with Canon and now he’s here to share his best lessons on how to photograph automobiles. About Jim Rose,...

Duration:00:42:16

Which lens should I buy next?

5/29/2019
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You’ve asked it. You know you’ve asked it. It might have been when you were just starting photography. It might have been last week. But at some point you asked… which lens should I buy next? Today, I answer that question and introduce the Ultimate Guide to Canon lenses. This helps you from the journey from your kit lens to your best lens. Find the show notes here: https://www.eosphotographer.com/blog/which-lens-should-i-buy-next.

Duration:00:46:59

Nine lessons I learned creating podcasts

5/21/2019
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The questions tickled me. Back in 2015, I announced that I was shutting down my Free Photo Webinars and starting a podcast instead. My webinars had run for four years — on second Tuesday night of every month. We had great photographers join us to show their work and tell their stories. I had a fairly loyal following, so they were probably puzzled that I wanted to shift. “Why in the world would you want to start a podcast?” “Do you really want to replace a monthly requirement with a weekly...

Duration:00:26:39

Why aren't my DSLR photos sharp?

5/14/2019
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On a photo walk this weekend, I heard what’s probably the most common complaint from photographers. Why aren’t my photos sharp? We usually don’t have time to do a complete diagnosis, but it typically boils down to three potential issues. Three potential issues:

Duration:00:27:04

Setting up your new Canon camera

5/7/2019
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I got a text from my Mom last week. She said, “did you see the Groupon with Canon T6Is? They sold thousands of them.” I hadn’t, but I know those cameras have been selling well for a long time. Places like Costco churn them out by the ton. Well, if you have one of them, you’re going to need to get it set up. This information is helpful not just for newbies but for anyone who picked up a used camera or even a rental. Let’s say you rent a camera for a job. You’ll want to go through these...

Duration:00:32:08

What photography stage are you in?

4/30/2019
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In the oft-told story of Alice in Wonderland, she reaches a fork in the road and sees a Cheshire Cat in a tree. Alice asks, "Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?’ `That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,’ said the Cat. `I don’t much care where –‘ said Alice. `Then it doesn’t matter which way you go,’ said the Cat. Alice the Photographer asks, Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?

Duration:00:45:44

Finding a photography mentor with Peggy Farren

4/22/2019
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"Hi, Joe McNally? You don't know me, but I'm Lyn Morton. I'm a big fan of your work, but even more so, I love the way you teach. You see, I'm also a photographer and photo coach. I was wondering if you would be my mentor? "Why would you do that? What's in it for you?! "Good questions...." Hmmm... If you've ever imagined asking someone to be your photography mentor and feared the conversation would end like that, Peggy Farren has some tips for you. Peggy is a portrait and wedding...

Duration:00:33:23

Inspiration with Canon Explorer of Light Parish Kohanim

4/22/2019
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Let's start with the end first. When I asked Parish Kohanim what advice he would give to a photographer who aspires to make a real impact, his advice was succinct. "Listen to your own voice... Don't listen to people. They will give you a hundred different opinions that don't speak your voice... Your intuition is the most powerful voice that you could listen to." That might seem like easy advice to dispense from a photographer with a resume like Parish has. Parish has been a commercial...

Duration:00:46:47

Conversation with Humans of New York's Brandon Stanton

4/22/2019
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Before there was a NY Times best-selling book, before there were more than 20 millions of followers on social media, before he launched a campaign that raised $1 million for a Brooklyn school, Brandon Stanton was a blogger with a quirky goal. He wanted to photograph 10,000 New Yorkers and create a visual census of the city. And that’s when we found him. I stumbled on HONY in 2011 and had a crazy idea that we should invite him to one of our Free Photo Webinars. We often asked photographers...

Duration:00:50:21

Why a Canon photography podcast?

4/10/2019
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At this point, you might have questions. Why another photography podcast? Why Canon only? Why should you even listen? This are some of the questions I’ve grappled with myself, so I’d like to share my answers with you. Consider this an episode to set the stage for EOS Photographer. Here are a few of the things you will learn in this episode: After you listen, let me know what you think. Join our FB group and join the conversation.

Duration:00:18:49

EOS Photographer trailer

4/9/2019
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If you're a Canon photographer or content creator who is in learning mode, I have a new podcast for you. Hosted by Lynford Morton, a photography coach & former Canon USA employee, this new podcast was created to help teach all our friends in the Canon community and more. EOS Photographer will be a podcast where we will learn from interviews with top Canon instructors, conversations with technical experts, lessons from my learning center. We'll also include special Q&A episodes to respond...

Duration:00:01:15