Tag: shutter time

Episode 165 »» Lens Solo

The Force Please join us as we discuss a few topics including Mac (and B&H) debunking the myth surrounding the solar eclipse and your camera, a new podcast for y’all to check out (especially film shooters), and whether or not going lens solo can really do anything for your photography. Join the Convo You can keep the conversation…


Episode 164 »» Why We Record the Shutter Time Podcast

Episode 164 »» Why We Record the Shutter Time Podcast

Shutter Time » In This Corner Just kidding. That was episode Episode 161 »» Lightroom Battle, though we do a quick follow-up to the ongoing software battle on this episode. Please join us as we discuss why we continue to do this show and what we personally get out of it. Hint: you know these people very well….


Episode 161 »» Lightroom Battle: In This Corner

Gloves Are Off Who knew something as simple as inventory management/post-processing software could cause such a ripple through the Shutter Time airwaves, though I suppose that’s just how things roll at times. Google announced they will no longer be updating their Nik software collection and many photographers are none too happy with this move, even…


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…