Episode 153 »» Arting with Dave Szweduik

Image by Dave Szweduik

He Loves Us

You know him. You love him (as do we). Our good pal, Dave Szweduik, photographer, vlogger and now podcaster, is joining us once again on the show! He’s the yin to our yang. The cream to our corn. The wind beneath … y’all get the idea.

The Art of Arting

Ah, that fancy word coined by our Mac … when the latest gear news from the Fuji camp (yes, them, hehehe) left us …not dedicating a show to said news, we realized a shift is happening at the ol’ Shutter Time bunker and we decided to take to the mics to discuss focusing on the act of making art vs. focusing on gear. We just knew we had to bring Dave back on the show to make this happen!

Image by Dave Szweduik

Join the Convo

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the making art vs. focusing on gear. Do you ever find yourself in this trap? Please chime in and join the convo! You can find us on Twitter and Bookface and here on the blog. Of course you can subscribe for free via iTunes or Stitcher!

Big thanks to Dave for joining in on the fun once again! Do yourself a favour and check out his work, watch his vlogs on YouTube and check out his new podcast, digitalSoup Podcast!

Thanks again for tuning in!

Cheers, y’all!

Image by Dave Szweduik
Image by Dave Szweduik

Links from the show:

Best Vlogging Camera Sony vs. Canon / by Casey Neistat

David Szweduik Photography

Dave Szweduik YouTube Channel

digitalSoup Podcast

 

Episode 152 »» Female Landscape Photographers w/ Kasia

Female Power

It’s been too long since we’ve had Mac’s lovely wife and fellow photographer, Kasia, on the show, so we asked her to join us so her and I can gang up on Mac and talk about female stuff. Jay Patel (husband to Varina Patel and one of two head chiefs over at Visual Wilderness), penned a small series on the challenges female landscape photographers face. A fantastic topic, right? After we picked the posts apart a bit, we took to the mics to discuss the points Jay makes in the series and take it a step further to add to the conversation. A lot of the points are gender neutral and address some challenges women and men all face in photography.

 

Join the Convo

We’d love to hear about your thoughts on the points raised on the show and in the articles. Do you have challenges you face as a male or female photographer? How do you overcome these challenges? Please chime in and continue the convo with us! You can find us on Twitter and Bookface. Of course you can subscribe for free via iTunes or Stitcher!

 

Thanks again to Kasia for joining us! Please make sure to check out Kasia’s work! You can find her on Twitter or Flickr!

 

Thanks for listening, folks!

 

Cheers, y’all!

 

Links from the show:

Female Landscape Photographers – Managing Equipment

Female Landscape Photographers – Dealing with Safety

Female Landscape Photographers – Looking for Equal Opportunity

Female Landscape Photographers – Chasing Credibility

Female Landscape Photographers – Being Respected

Varina Patel » Photography by Varina

Jay Patel Photography

Sarah Marino » 500px

Episode 151 »» Golden Ratio, My Arse

Episode 151 »» Golden Ratio, My ArseHappy New Year!

Rules. Golden Ones.

A recent article about the golden ratio in photography had some photographers all riled up, ourselves included, so we thought we would take to the mics to discuss a few rules which seemed to be forced on us by some.  Do these rules even have any weight in today’s photography world and how important are these rules for telling your story?

Join the Convo

We’d love to hear your thoughts on rules of photography … do you practice these rules or do you subscribe to the ‘all rules are meant to be broken‘ way of life, or at least, photography? Do you have any plans for your photography in 2017? We’d love to hear about it! Please chime in here on ye ole blog, Bookface or Twitter. Of course you can subscribe for free via iTunes and Stitcher!

Thanks again for tuning in and chatting with us about all things photography!

Cheers, y’all!

Links from the show:

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Here’s the Golden Ratio in Ansel Adams’ Photos

Why The Golden Ratio Is Better Than The Rule Of Thirds