Episode 176 »» Our Artistic Calling with Mark Reierson

Episode 176 »» Our Artistic Calling with Mark Reierson

Episode 176 »» Our Artistic Calling with Mark Reierson

Emo Mac

It took a kindhearted friend and some juicy rolls of film, but we think Emo Mac is no more. Huge thanks and props to our mate Dom for your act of kindness towards our Mac! Now he can stop eyeing his wife’s Fuji. Whew!

Seeking Stillness

Mac shares with us a new book, Seeking Stillness, from Alberta photographer, Olivier Du Tré. He also mentions a video from the chaps at The Camera Store, featuring Olivier, that is worth the watch!

Your Artistic Calling

During our last show, we touched on our artistic calling, knowing it would be a subject we would want to revisit at some point. Our great friend of the show, Mark Reierson, has joined us to discuss this further. Is photography our passion, our calling, or something else? Please join us as we tackle this subject with Mark!

Episode 176 »» Our Artistic Calling with Mark Reierson

Episode 176 »» Our Artistic Calling with Mark Reierson

Episode 176 »» Our Artistic Calling with Mark Reierson Episode 176 »» Our Artistic Calling with Mark Reierson

Join the Convo

Do you have such a feeling that draws you to photography or other form of art? We would love to hear about your thoughts and experiences! Please chime in and join the convo! You can find us on Twitter and Bookface and here on the blog. Of course you can subscribe for free via iTunes or Stitcher, find our page on Patreon, and also chat with Sid and Mac on Twitter!

Huge thanks to Ward Rosin for becoming our first Patreon. Your support is so appreciated by us! You can still order a copy of the book by Mark and Ward, Between Dust and Sky » The 100th Hand Hills Lake Stampede, via Ward’s site at rosin.ca.

We love having Mark on the show, so a huge thanks to him for ending 2017 with us! Please make sure to check out his work!

Thanks so much for tuning in, folks, and sharing your 2017 with us! We have loved all the support, interaction, challenges, and more from you! Happy New Year! Here’s to a wonderful 2018 filled with more photography goodness!

Cheers, y’all!

#changetheconversation

 

 

Links from the show:

TCSTV Live: Analog talk with Olivier Du Tre / via The Camera Store YouTube

Olivier Du Tré »» Traditional Photographer :: Seeking Stillness (new book)

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

Between Dust and Sky (book order) / via rosin.ca

Mark Reierson :: Instagram

Instagram | A Creativity Killer / via David Szweduik (aka UHD)

Dominick Chiuchiolo »» Flickr

Shutter Time Patreon

Shutter Time Twitter

Sid’s Twitter » @supercellsid

Mac’s Twitter » @maclby

Episode 175 »» Truth in Photography | A Few Thoughts

Episode 175 »» Truth in Photography | A Few Thoughts

Mac Needs to Rant

The image and video of a polar bear sparked so many emotions across the globe and rightfully so. A marine mammal on dry land, looking through rubbish to find food, unable to properly walk. Right off the bat, it was assumed the state of the bear was from one reason alone based off the thoughts of the photographer. Immediately many agreed, whilst others questioned his claims. Surprisingly, this annoyed the non-wildlife enthusiast of Shutter Time to such degrees we took to the mics so Mac can have his rant. Please tune in as we touch on truth in photography.

Your Artistic Calling 

Based on a question I’ve been asking several photographers in the past couple of months, we took to the mics to ask the question – is photography your true calling? It’s a discussion we hope to continue in the new year.

Join the Convo

We’d love to hear your thoughts on this topic – what are the responsibilities of the photographers as we make and share our work? How important is truth in photography to you? Please chime in and join the convo! You can find us on Twitter and Bookface and here on the blog. Of course you can subscribe for free via iTunes or Stitcher! You can also find us on Patreon, having recently entered the game. You can also find Sid and Mac on twitter!

Huge thanks to everyone who has been interacting with us of late. We thank you all so much! Big shout-out to our new friend and fellow podcaster, Clay Daly, from the Cybrcast Podcast. It’s been a blast having you live tweet some of our shows as you listen, haha. Make sure you check out his podcast and Twitter (links below).

Thanks so much for tuning in, folks!

Cheers, y’all!

#changetheconversation

 

 

Links from the show:

Cybrcast Podcast 

Clay Daly’s Twitter

CBC Article on the Polar Bear Video

The National Post Article on the Polar Bear Video

National Geographic Follow-up to Polar Bear Video

Shutter Time Patreon

Shutter Time Twitter

Sid’s Twitter » @supercellsid

Mac’s Twitter » @maclby

Episode 174 »» The Photography Industry: What Gives?

Episode 174 »» The Photography Industry: What Gives?

Trolling the Industry?

One of our awesome listeners and good pal of the show, JF, suggested yet another topic for the show: the photography industry. Many of our shows have touched on the industry to some degree, however JF suggested that we break it down a bit more. Is the industry getting in the way of creating art and the overall art of arting process? Please join us as we take to our mics and get a little goofy as we tackle this subject.

Join the Convo

We’d love to hear your thoughts on this topic – do you feel you are catering to the photography industry, and if so, is it blocking your creative process of making art? Or, have you found a good balance between the two? We would love to hear about it! Please chime in and join the convo! You can find us on Twitter and Bookface and here on the blog. Of course you can subscribe for free via iTunes or Stitcher! You can also find us on Patreon, having recently entered this game. You can also find Sid and Mac on twitter!

Congrats again to Olaf and Antonio!

Big thanks to JF for the topic, the conversations on Twitter, and for being a good sport. We truly appreciate it, mate!

Thanks so much for tuning in, folks!

Cheers, y’all!

 

#changetheconversation

 

 

Links from the show:

Stars Wars The Last Jedi Trailer 

FROM FUJIFILM X100 TO FUJILOVE / via Olaf Sztaba