Episode 208 »» Moonrise Over Brooklyn with Ward and Antonio

Episode 208 »» Moonrise Over Brooklyn with Ward and Antonio

Moonrise Over Brooklyn

We have been discussing photography books on and off the show for years, however, it was during Antonio’s deep dive (thanks to Ward for the description) of Irving Penn that shifted our conversation with one of our listeners and great friend of the show, Ward Rosin. Thanks to his wonderful insight on photography books, we knew we had to take to the mics to discuss this further with no one better suited than Ward and Antonio. Please join us as we learn about the inspiration we can get from photography books and how the style and art from these photographers influences our own photography and the mind-to-camera connection.

“Inspiration comes from photo books and the history of photography and photographers.” – Ward Rosin, 2018


Channeling Jeff Mermelstein | ©Ward Rosin

Channeling Robert Adams | ©Ward Rosin

Channeling Jay Maisel | ©Antonio M. Rosario

Channeling Ernst Haas | ©Antonio M. Rosario

Join the Convo

Do you find inspiration from photo books? Are there photographers whose work have influenced your own? We would love to hear about it. You can chime in and find us on here on the blog and on Twitter. You can also subscribe to Shutter Time show via Apple Podcasts, StitcheriHeartRADIO and SpotifyIf you would like to support the show and help with some of the costs of running this podcast, please check us out on Patreon (any and all support is appreciated!).

Huge thanks to our friends, Ward and Antonio, for coming on the show for another great chat! Make sure you check out their work (links below) if you have yet to do so!

Thanks for tuning in, folks!

Cheers, y’all!


Channeling Berenice Abbott’s “Changing New York” | ©Antonio M. Rosario

Channeling Garry Winogrand | ©Ward Rosin

Channeling Pete Turner | ©Antonio M. Rosario

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Farewell, 2011 ~ Greetings, 2012!

Farewell, 2011 ~ Greetings, 2012!

Missing in Action

Where is episode 13, you ask? Good question! I could say it was the extra holiday cheer or lack of time, but I personally blame my mad non-techie skills, leaving our audio file not so audible. Clearly there was a disturbance in the force this past week. Either way, we’ll be back in action come 2012!

2011 ~ The Year On Speed

I think it’s clear we are aging co-hosts over here at Shutter Time. The saying is the years go by faster as you get older, and 2011 just flew by on warped speed! Hard to believe we are only a few days away before a new year arrives. New year means new photo opportunities, for which I am thankful! 2011 definitely had some photolicious moments, but I’m already thinking 2012 has many more in store. It’s time to step up our game behind the lens (and the microphones) and I’m looking forward to the challenge a new year always brings.

C0-Host Craziness

Thanks to my dead cool co-host, Mac, for agreeing to jump on this podcast journey with me! He’s responsible for the post-production of every show, and we couldn’t publish our podcast without him! We’re having a great time with the show so far and strive to improve with every episode. As long as we keep having fun, we’ll keep recording a show!

Awkward Group Hug

This is where we thank our listeners. We were hoping for a listener or two when we first started, and we were gobsmacked when listeners provided feedback stating they actually like the show and want more. We may have even had a little tingle when Whoohyun Lee gave us our first review on iTunes, and most of all, we were humbled and have the warm fuzzies when we noticed our show has been downloaded 1800 times. We’re not big on numbers over here, but we’ve all got to start somewhere, so we’ll take it! Thanks so much to y’all for listening to our show. Truly. Don’t be so shy in 2012, k?

Have a wonderful, Happy New Year and we’ll see y’all in 2012! 


Sid & Mac