Episode 167 »» Our Photography Flaws

Episode 167 »» Our Photography Flaws

He’s Back

We all knew he couldn’t stay away from the Shutter Time mics too long! Not only did Mac rediscover southern Alberta’s charm and make many images with his family and fellow photographers, Kasia (the wife) and Dominick (great friend and longtime listener of the show), he also learned to embrace flaws in photography. What exactly does this mean? We took to the mics to figure it out.

Kodak T-max numbers appearing on image

Sucky image of deer habitat.

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How aware are you of our photography flaws, the good and the bad? Do embracing our flaws allow us to get down the art of arting? We would love for you to chime in! You can find us on Bookface or Twitter, here on the blog, and of course you can subscribe for free for more Shutter Time goodness via iTunes or Stitcher.

You can continue to check out Mac’s southern Alberta / Canadian Rockies adventures via Twitter and Dom’s via Flickr!

#filmisnotdead

 

Thanks so much for tuning in, folks!

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Cheers, y’all!

 

Links from the show:

The Photographer Who Shoots F1 with a 1913 Graflex 4×5 View Camera / via PetaPixel

Episode 163  »» Film Chat with Dominick Chiuchiolo

 

 

 

Episode 166 »» Our Photo DNA with Antonio M. Rosario

Episode 166 »» Our Photo DNA with Antonio M. Rosario

Image by Antonio M. Rosario

Runaway Co-Host

Ah, we are missing our Mac this episode because he is away on holiday making images with his family and one of our fabulous listeners and good friend of the show, Dom. They have been tearing up the Canadian Rockies and having a great time. Thankfully one of our brothers from another mother, Antonio, from the Switch to Manual Network and Street Shots podcast, graciously accepted my begging and pleading to come on the show and fill in for Mac. Thank you, Antonio!

Inspired by episode 54 of Street Shots, we decided to take to our mics to tackle the interesting question – or perhaps more of an observation, our photo DNA. Please join us as we try to determine what exactly is our photo DNA and where it comes from.

Image by Antonio M. Rosario

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Do you know what your photo DNA is? If not, do you think it’s important as photographers for us to figure it out? What should we be doing with this knowledge once we do? We would love for you to chime in! You can find us on Bookface or Twitter, here on the blog, and of course you can subscribe for free for more Shutter Time goodness via iTunes or Stitcher.

Huge thanks to Antonio for bringing a little New York to the show and pitch-hitting for Mac, and for being a fabulous co-host. #fantastico Please make sure you check out his work, and his podcast he co-hosts with our other brother, Tom, Street Shots! You will not be disappointed!

Image by Antonio M. Rosario

Image by Antonio M. Rosario

Image by Antonio M. Rosario

Image by Antonio M. Rosario

Another big thanks to our Mac, who upon returning home from vacation, donned his red cape and swooped in to fix the post-production hell I was finding myself in. Let’s blame user error (me), Uncle Murphy (stalker and devil), and of course, crashing software (cough, Adobe). Mac –> our hero.

You can check out Mac’s southern Alberta / Canadian Rockies adventures via Twitter! We just need to wait for him to develop his film! #filmisnotdead, right, Mac?

Thanks so much for being patient for this episode to drop, all the messages, and most of all, for tuning in!

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Cheers, y’all!

 

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