Month: May 2018

Episode 196 »» Visual Communication Breakthroughs

F is for Fuji At times, you just need to chat about gear! Fujifilm has announced their latest body, the Fujifilm X-T100. It’s small, relatively inexpensive and isn’t part of their X-Trans sensor lineup, which should make some Lightroom users happy. One Word.  Intrigued by a short and simple article from Moose Peterson where he…


Episode 195 »» Different Sides of Inspiration

Still Inspired by Darkness? Our follow-up to episode 193 is finally here. We had received a number of messages asking for further clarification about how someone can be inspired after viewing a photograph telling a story of tragedy and darkness. Please join us as we tackle this tricky subject! Thanks to our listeners who chimed…


Episode 194 »» Visions of Grandeur

Inspired by Darkness? We received a number of questions / messages and even a recording about our last episode, Episode 193 »» Pulitzer Prize Photographs with Antonio M. Rosario, asking for further explanation about finding inspiration in these often dark, award-winning images. While we do not discuss this any further in this episode, you can expect…


Episode 193 »» Pulitzer Prize Photographs with Antonio M. Rosario

Winning Moments  Every time he is back on Shutter Time, this is a winning moment for us. Of course, I am talking about our brother from another mother, the ridiculously cool photographer and podcaster hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Antonio M. Rosario. Inspired by the incredible award-winning images in the latest version of the book, Moments:…


Episode 192 »» Smugs, Sidnados and Voices with Dave Szweduik

Oops, We Did it Again. @daveszweduik pic.twitter.com/VkyWsBr6uZ — Sid and Mac (@ShuttertimeShow) April 26, 2018 Sidnado With @supercellsid as my Twitter handle, it wasn’t too surprising I went nuts over this new series from our listener and good friend of the show, Laurie (@haveteacup). We will let her tell the full story on her blog,…