A brief episode with me providing a bit of an update on a few things and ruling off the year (unless I manage to record another episode with Sue - we'll see). Hope you had a fantastic Christmas/Holiday and Happy New Year for 2020!
In this special episode I am joined by my photographer friend Chris J Ward to talk about his amazing trip in September 2019 to Chernobyl. It provides a great insight to what greets you at the scene of the 1986 nuclear reactor tragedy. The interview is conducted over the phone.
Here are some links to Chris and where the trip was booked:
Chris J Ward Photography Facebook PageChristopher J Ward Photography InstagramWeekender BreaksGroupon Here are links to his detailed accounts and supporting...
In this week's show Sue is back and we talk about our hectic but thoroughly rewarding week in creative land!
Content discussed, with links:
Ancestry DNATwitterComedy TwitterICATPoisoned PollutedFacebook PageInstagramAndrew Clifton-Brown Photography
As mentioned in the last episode I can now report I am the proud owner of a RØDECaster Pro 😁. I have recorded this quick episode to test it out - please let me know what you think. I am happy as a first test but there are other settings I can change and am always looking to improve.
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This is a special feature length podcast with my wife Sue guest-hosting as we talk about our fantastic trip to California.
As we were on the trip I provided periodic updates to my Travel Photography Facebook Page. I have created blogs on my website (see links below) that use these original updates to tell our story and will complement the listening of the podcast - we really hope you enjoy our story!
OverviewFirst Leg - Pacific Coast Highway to CarmelSecond Leg - San FranciscoThird Leg -...
I have run this Podcast for a few months now and have used up all of my time allowance on the free offer from Soundcloud but it was good whilst it lasted. So after some research I found that Squarespace can offer a hosting service so I’m giving it a go!
This episode is very brief and covers a correction required from Episode 13 and some words about this transition process, what I have learned so far, and what this new hosting solution may offer.
Charlie's Request! (Correction to follow!*)
* I mention 6 box grid for the iPhone screen but it is actually 9. The concept is still the same but you need to have 9 boxes in the grid to apply the intersection points for the Rule of Thirds.
Trying something different - again! I "discovered" that I had not upgraded to the new version of GarageBand so have now done that and this is the result - it might be a bit rough around the edges . . .
This is a really quick episode where I test out some new sound recording gear, a Rode PSA1 boom arm and SMR shock mount. I have also used a different module in GarageBand to record it and I really like it - but it would be great to get some feedback from any listeners too. Compare this episode to previous ones and let me know what you think - thanks!