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Episode 225: Inspirational pressure with Olaf Sztaba.

Listening to another great episode of Dave’s Szweduik Adventures in Creativity, made me watch all the Rocky movies.  Never been a big fan, and still not a big fan but one thing these movies make you feel, is inspired.  Inspired to push through the darkness, knowing...

Episode 224: Photography Ramblings

Great conversations are always welcome, even when we don't fully agree with them.  That's what Antonio and Mark did on Switch to Manual podcast, discussing the idea of Creative Oasis.  You should definitely listen to that discussion. Having a student can...

Episode 223: Chat with Devon Stapleton

Devon StapletonVirtually unknown photographer, that we met by chance because he reached out to Shutter Time.  Oh boy am I glad he did.  Just take a look at the selection of photos above this text.  Devon is not part of any social media, apart from Twitter,...

Episode 222: Featured photographer – Edward Weston

 Edward Henry Weston (March 24, 1886 – January 1, 1958) was a 20th-century American photographer. He has been called "one of the most innovative and influential American photographers…"[1] and "one of the masters of 20th century photography."[2]...

Episode 221: William Eggleston and photographing mundane things

Apart from being one of the first colour photographers, credited with increasing recognition for color photography as a legitimate artistic medium to display in art galleries. A lot of his photographs are of mundane life objects, which can be found boring in this age...

Episode 220: Catching up with Olaf Sztaba

We haven't talked to Olaf Sztaba in 9 months.  Last episode was 182 about taking visual risks.  Since then Olaf was very busy, starting a few very important projects. The first is the Renatus Project. It tells remarkable stories of organ transplantees.  The stories...

Episode 217 »» Time to Get Lost with Photography

Get Lost, Eh?  An article caught our eye based on the title: Lost Is Just a Four Letter Word, written by photographer, Richard Bernabe. Reading the article describe the fear, joy and art of getting lost left us wondering when was the last time we have gotten lost with...

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