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Editorial, opinionated photography discussions.

Editorial, opinionated photography discussions.
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Canada

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Editorial, opinionated photography discussions.

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English


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Episode 221: William Eggleston and photographing mundane things

11/17/2018
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Apart from being one of the first colour photographers, credited with increasing recognition for color photography as a legitimate artistic medium to display in art galleries. A lot of his photographs are of mundane life objects, which can be found boring in this age of 500px landscapes and portraits done to perfection. What makes his […]

Duration:01:21:18

Episode 220: Catching up with Olaf Sztaba

11/10/2018
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We haven’t talked to Olaf Sztaba in 9 months. Last episode was 182 about taking visual risks. Since then Olaf was very busy, starting a few very important projects. The first is the Renatus Project. It tells remarkable stories of organ transplantees. The stories are quite amazing, and with beautiful photography, well worth reading. The next […]

Duration:01:06:27

Episode 219 »» Sid’s Last Day with Antonio, Bryan, Dom and Dave

11/3/2018
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One More for The Road We couldn’t think of a better way to send me off than to have some of our favourite guests and great friends of the show, Antonio, Bryan, Dom and Dave, join us for one last hurrah! Please join us as we chat about all things photography on my last night! Big […]

Duration:01:33:10

Episode 218 »» The Influence of Photography Masters Today with Antonio

10/27/2018
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The Masters In our advanced photography world, a number of highly accomplished photographers from our past still hold a strong influence over our artistry today. Along with our great friend, Antonio M. Rosario from the Street Shots photography podcast (Switch to Manual), please join as we discuss why these old photography masters are still relevant today. […]

Duration:01:24:35

Episode 217 »» Time to Get Lost with Photography

10/20/2018
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Get Lost, Eh? An article caught our eye based on the title: Lost Is Just a Four Letter Word, written by photographer, Richard Bernabe. Reading the article describe the fear, joy and art of getting lost left us wondering when was the last time we have gotten lost with our cameras in hand. Please join us as […]

Duration:00:45:00

Episode 216 »» Featured Photographer: David Szweduik

10/13/2018
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Oh, Banksy. What are your thoughts about this jaw-dropping move by the mysterious character and artist, Banksy? Pure brilliance or a certifiable act? Holy Photographer, Batman! We threw out the signal to see what would happen … and it worked. ??We will be warming up the mics shortly w/ @daveszweduik, aka Batman / Usually Happy […]

Duration:00:51:47

Episode 215 »» Driving Our Passion for Photography

10/8/2018
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Brooklyn Photographs Now Congrats to our great friend of the show, Antonio M. Rosario, for having his work included in a new book, Brooklyn Photographs Now. Hey. Cool thing. A book called “Brooklyn Photographs Now” is out. I’ve got three images on two double page spreads. “Moonrise over Brooklyn” is the book opener! It’s published by […]

Duration:01:00:03

Episode 214 »» Fresh Gear and 7 Years of Shutter Time

10/1/2018
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Antonio M. Rosario Massive thanks and props to our great friend, Antonio, for pitching in last minute and spending 5 weeks co-hosting Shutter Time with our Mac. He has done a wonderful job and the time he spent helping us out can never fully be paid back. Podcasting takes a lot of time and effort […]

Duration:01:02:56

Episode 213 »» Alfred Stieglitz and promoting the work of others

9/24/2018
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Alfred was a big promoter of photography, and creator of the first photography magazine “camera work” https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/stgp/hd_stgp.htm His celebrated portrait of Georgia O’Keeffe (1997.61.19) was one of his chief occupations between 1917 and 1925, during which time he made several hundred photographs of the painter (who became his wife in 1924). His refusal to encapsulate […]

Duration:01:24:21

Episode 212 »» How photography could be used for social change

9/17/2018
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Lewis Hine: http://www.lewishinephotographs.com/thumbnails Colorized versions of his child labor images. Changes the feel entirely: http://time.com/4187988/colorized-photos-child-laborers-lewis-hine/ http://www.mcall.com/entertainment/arts/mc-lewis-hine-allentown-art-museum-photographs-20160724-story.html Library of Congress Collection: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/nclc/ Child labor in the early 20th century:...

Duration:01:25:16