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Episode 173 »» Splish Splash: The Saga Continues

4 Chaps + One Lucky Woman We were lucky enough to have 3 of our favourite photographers and friends of the show on for a good chat. It was our first show with 5 people and we had a blast recording and of course, chatting post-show. Antonio M. Rosario, Bryan Minear, and Dave Szweduik joined…


Episode 169 »» Photography Project with Mark Reierson + Ward Rosin

Between Dust and Sky » The 100th Hand Hills Lake Stampede Photography projects are interesting. Cool even. Usually projects take a long time from beginning to end, filled with challenges, surprises, some lows and hopefully, many more highs. Two Alberta photographers and good friends of the show, Ward Rosin and Mark Reierson, embarked on such…


Episode 168 »» Photography Chat with Bryan Minear

Episode 168 »» Photography Chat with Bryan Minear

He’s Back, Y’all It’s been a while since we’ve had our good friend, Bryan Minear, on the show, so we had him come back on for a good ol’ chat to see what’s new with him. We also learn what’s been happening in his photographic world this year, as well as find out the backstory to…


Episode 159 »» Brand Whoring with Dave Szweduik

Episode 159 »» Brand Whoring with Dave Szweduik

You Asked. Critique Revisited. We answer an interesting question from our Bookface page about critique, so we answered the question with a little help from Dave, all the while channeling our pals, Olaf and Antonio. Yup. We Said That. And hell, yes, we went there. Brand whoring. It needed to be addressed, so we decided…


Episode 158 »» Killing Street Photography with Antonio M. Rosario

Episode 158 »» Killing Street Photography with Antonio M. Rosario

He’s Baaaaack …  You know him. You still love him. One of our brothers from another mother, the outspoken half of the Street Shots podcast, Antonio M. Rosario, joins us once again for another fun episode. Side note: we MISS you, Tom. Thanks to a PetaPixel article, we continue the conversation on killing street photography and ask ourselves…