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Episode 111 »» Going Analog & Digital w/ Marco Larousse

shutter time with sid and mac podcast, Episode 111, Going Analog & Digital w/ Marco Larousse

He’s known online as an official Fujifilm X Photographer, a proponent of analog photography and lives in the digital world. Talented German street photographer, Marco Larousse, joins us for a good old fashioned discussion about all things photography.

Please join us for this jam-packed show as we learn more about the man behind the camera. We cover street photography, analog files, digital living, you guessed it – Fuji, and more!

Longer Is Better 

This show is now our longest episode to date, but it’s a goodie! The conversation just kept flowing and when this happens, we keep going. Sit back, relax and get ready to be entertained as we chat all things Marco  Larousse!

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We’d love for you to chime in on this episode, your thoughts on street photography,  analog shooting, and any other photography topics on your mind. Have your say on BookfaceTwitter, or this blog. Of course, you can subscribe for free via iTunes and if you have the Stitcher app, you can check us out there as well!

Please take a moment and check out his outstanding work! You will not be disappointed.

Huge thanks to Marco for joining us and sharing your photo stories with us all! Thanks as always for tuning in, folks!

Cheers, y’all!
Links from the show:

Marco’s Twitter: @HamburgCam
Marco’s FujiXFiles Blog 

TWIP – Street Focus 39: On Shooting Film

We Shoot Fuji 
We Shoot Fuji Podcast / with Scott Bourne & Marco Larousse


Episode 109 »» It’s Fuji Time, Y’all

Episode 109 »» It's Fuji Time, Y'all, fuji x-t1
Taken w/ the Fuji XF 16mm ƒ1.4 WR lens
Episode 109 »» It's Fuji Time, Y'all, fuji x-t1
Taken w/ the Fuji XF 16mm ƒ1.4 WR lens

The F Word

There are moments where Fuji chat has its place and episode 109 is one of them. Given our recent fanboy episode, we are well aware it’s probably insane to talk about a particular brand, but here we are. We are a fan of brands who keep the photo faith by listening to their customers and right now, for the most part, Fuji is fitting the bill. But lately so is Canon to some degree and perhaps we shall chat about them and other brands in our next gear-themed show.


More updates / releases have come out of the Fuji camp, so please join us as we talk about the latest firmware and some fresh gear!

X Mount Lens Roadmap 

There are two roadmaps floating around right now. The official roadmap as found on the Fujifilm sites, updated February 2015 and then the latest to be posted by several websites, including Fuji Rumors. Below is the official one. We’ll post the updated May / June 2015 roadmap once it’s available on Fuji’s site.

Fuji x mount lens roadmap Feb 2015, Episode 109 »» It's Fuji Time, Y'all

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If you’re not a fan of the Fuji, is there any recent gear news you’d like to share, please let us know! We love gear chat, old and new, tried and true. David, you know we are talking to you! :)

Should you be a Fuji X Series shooter, please let us know what you think about the latest firmware update and your thoughts on the newest gear! Anything tickle your fancy?

You can find us via Twitter and Bookface! We’d love to hear your thoughts and what’s on your photographic mind! You can also subscribe for free via iTunes and Stitcher!

Thanks as always for tuning in, folks.

Cheers, y’all!


Links from the show:

Fuji X-T10 Hands On Test / via The Camera Store

Fuji X-T10 Hand On Review / via DigitalRev

Fujifilm X Magazine No. 9

Fujifilm X-T1 Firmware Update Version 4.00

Fujinon 16mm ƒ1.4 Lens Review / via We Shoot Fuji

We Shoot Fuji Podcast

Hands On Fuji 16mm ƒ1.4 Review / via Mohamed Hakem

Rokinon 12mm ƒ2 Lens / via B&H Photo

Switch to Manual Podcast w/ Marco Larousse Part 1 :: Part 2


Episode 108 »» Magic vs. Muggles


Episode 108 »» Magic vs. Muggles, shutter time with sid and mac podcast.
Taken w/ the Sigma 600mm ƒ8 Mirror lens.

600mm, You Say?

Mac, being the fan of third party lenses that is he, scored a funky used lens to take his photography to new lengths, so to speak. He shares with us his newest acquisition. Stay tuned for a lens review from him down the road on his blog / our Bookface.


If you’ve felt that something special as you’re feeling the click of the shutter or the watching your vision unfolding in front of you, it’s undeniable how powerful the magic of photography is. What happens though when the magic fades? If you have a camera in your hands, does this automatically make you a soul photographer vs. one of convenience and at the end of the day, does it really matter? We’ve been trying to get to the why and feel of photography of late, so we decided to hit up our mics and figure this one out.

We’d love to hear from you! How do you define the magic of photography? Do you think about the why and the feel of photography / magic, or do you just roll with it? If the magic fades, how do you get it back? Please chime in! Besides this blog, you can find us on Bookface, (Mac), Twitter and Google Plus. Don’t forget to subscribe if you haven’t already for free via iTunes. You can also catch up via the Stitcher App!

Thanks as always for tuning in!

Cheers, y’all!

Episode 106 »» When Movies Meet Photography

Episode 106 »» When Movies Meet Photography

Shutter Time Flashback

2 years ago, one of our listeners and good friends, Scott Hutchison, joined us for a good ol’ fashioned film chat on episode 52. Mac and Scott were at opposing ends at the time when it came down to the status of film in the industry vs. digital – totally worth a listen to, btw. This time Scott came up with a different show idea and we ran with it!

The Cinema

There are many sources photographers look to for inspiration. One of the inspirations can be motion pictures, though at times we may not realize it. Once Scott came up with this idea, we sat back and came with a list of films and how they have inspired us to pick up a camera. Some of the films may surprise you. No judgement, ok, haha? Please join as we go through our lists and see if you agree!

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Are there any movies which inspire you creatively? If so, which ones and how so? Please chime in over at Bookface and Twitter or here at the blog! Don’t forget you can subscribe for free via iTunes! If you have the Stitcher App, you can also find us there! Big thanks to our new sponsors listeners and the great emails, comments and more! Hugely appreciated! Don’t forget to drop by Bookface and send Mac some extra love! :)

Thanks as always for tuning in, folks.

Cheers, y’all!


Links from the show:

Scott Hutchison, Stick Out Your Face Photography

Scott’s Twitter :: Instagram :: Facebook

Hannibal Rising Trailer

Bridges of Madison County Trailer

Downton Abbey Trailer

The Bang Bang Club Trailer

Reservoir Dogs Trailer

Top Gear Channel

Walter Mitty Trailer

Twister Trailer

Thelma and Louise Trailer :: T&L Selfie Tweet

Sophia the First Trailer

Grand Budapest Hotel Trailer

Rent Trailer

The Shining Trailer

LOTR Trailers

Breakfast at Tiffany’s Trailer

Steven Soderbergh’s B&W Version of Raiders Of The Lost Ark – Article 

BBC Nature Documentaries




Episode 105 »» Our Plan D and Travel Prep!

Episode 105 »» Our Plan D and Travel Prep!, shutter time with sid and mac podcast.

Plans A-C

Sometimes a running a podcast means techie glitches appear. We here lovingly refer to them as Uncle Murphy and his law. After several attempts at recording this show over a span of a few days, with and without our invited guest and then a 150 hour ban from WordPress, we are here! So please sit back and join us for Plan D of this show, sans invited guest (he’s coming back later!).

Adobe Stuff

At the time of recording, the rampant Lightroom 6 rumours had finally died down, but Adobe made sure to keep their name on the minds of photographers by releasing the update, ACR 8.8. Check it out to see if your bodies and glass are now supported!

Tasty Treats

A couple of new treats have popped up over the last few months. If you are a fan of Lightroom, the Kelby crew, Scott Bourne or Fujifilm X systems, you’re going to want to listen and learn which new sites / shows are garnering a lot of attention from photographers.


Part of having an online presence is constantly updating your site whenever possible. The Google Gods decided to round us up like cattle to see who was sporting a mobile friendly site. Be warned, you have until April 21st, 2015 for your site to be mobile friendly compliant, or you will be forced in Google Jail and punished for making your viewers sit at their desk and look at your site on a ….regular computer. Say it isn’t so – the horror! You can check out to see if you are mobile friendly here!

Another part of branding your business or your fancy self is having a logo. We discuss one of the more popular options these days being used by many businesses, not just photographers.

Getting the Hell out of Dodge

Since our guest was unable to attend our third attempt of recording on day three, we decided to switch up the topics and discuss travel prep to places where we have yet to travel where the main purpose is a photo-related trek. In this case, Mac shares the tips and tricks for being well prepped for his upcoming trip to Iceland.

Hella Expense Squeaky Toy

Once again totally pasting this from the last 2 episodes, ha ha: One of our Shutter Time pals, Darcy Evans, a local photographer specializing in pet photography is raising funds to cover the surgery costs for his puppychow, Samantha. He is offering limited edition prints of a shoot he did inspired by the well known Coolidge paintings(dogs playing poker)! Check out his YouTube video showing the behind the scenes of this shoot. Wishing Samantha a speedy recovery!

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You can find us on FacebookTwitterGoogle Plus. Of course you can find and subscribe to the show for free via iTunes. If you have the Stitcher App, we’re there as well!

Thanks as always for tuning in!

Cheers, y’all!


Links from the show:

ACR 8.8 Update

Google Mobile Friendly Site Check


We Shoot Fuji / via Scott Bourne

The Lightroom Show / via Scott Kelby & RC

Lightroom Killer Tips

Iceland Travel Blog / via Auður