Episode 230: Sebastião Salgado

Episode 230: Sebastião Salgado

About This Episide

Born in 1944 in Brazil. Educated as an Economist which allowed him to better understand the human condition.  
He photographed people and their conditions. Salgado works on long term, self-assigned projects many of which have been published as books: The Other Americas, Sahel, Workers, Migrations, and Genesis. The latter three are mammoth collections with hundreds of images each from all around the world.  
Salgado is a truly amazing photographer that can teach us a lot about our world and ourselves.  He is a living legend, and I know that I feel a little shame that I never really paid much attention to him and his work.  
What can I say, both Dominick and me were in awe of the movie, and the images.  I think it shows in the conversation.  
Talk to you next week!

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One More for The Road 

We couldn’t think of a better way to send me off than to have some of our favourite guests and great friends of the show, Antonio, Bryan, Dom and Dave, join us for one last hurrah! Please join us as we chat about all things photography on my last night!

Big thanks to the chaps for joining us tonight. Please make sure you check out their work (links below). It meant a lot to me to be able to sign off with great photographers and friends around me.

Thank you to all of our listeners and guests over the last 7 years and 200+ episodes. It truly has been such an incredible journey for me and I have learned so much about myself, photography and have enjoyed a real sense of community over the years thanks to you all. I have been inspired, challenged, fascinated and so much more by your work and your stories. I am going to miss you all like crazy!

Most of all, thank you to my great friend and co-host, Mac. I have enjoyed podcasting with you more than you could ever know. I am going to miss our routine, your stories, questions, locking horns with you, and especially the laughter we have shared from doing the show. Thank you for taking this journey with me! I look forward to your new adventure with Shutter Time and you know I’ll be tuning in. Keep on changing the conversation!

Cheers, y’all!

 

Image by ©Bryan Minear

Image by ©Bryan Minear

Image by ©Dominick Chiuchiolo

Image by ©Dominick Chiuchiolo

Image by ©David Szweduik

Image by ©David Szweduik

 

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Links from the show:

Episode 180 »» Boys Night! Film Chat with Dom + Clay

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When Sid is Away … the Chaps Will Play?

You’ve seen the hashtags all over social media for years now: #filmisnotdead and #ibelieveinfilm … Two of our very good friends of the show, Dom and Clay, join Mac for some good old fashioned filmy goodness. We all know film is as popular as ever these days, and since Mac has now entered year 2 of his ‘film only project‘ and photography way of life, we thought it was a great time to discuss film and all the highs and lows, challenges and perks that comes with shooting film. Please join Mac and friends for a great chat about the good old days of film … today. It’s a great show filled experiences, advice, and the passion and intrigue of shooting with film.

Join the Convo

Are you shooting film these days? If so, are you exclusively doing so? Are you developing film as well? We would love to hear details! You can chime in and find us on Twitter and Bookface. You can also subscribe to the show for free via iTunes or Stitcher. If 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 support is appreciated!).

Huge thanks to Dom and Clay for coming on the show and hanging out with our Mac and sharing your thoughts about film! Please make sure you check out their work (links below)!

Thanks so much as always for tuning in, friends!

Cheers, y’all!

#changetheconversation

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Links from the show: 
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Our Great Pal.

After more than a year, we got in touch with an old friend from New York to see how his photographic world has changed.

Changes have been pretty substantial as Dominick is now start shooting film in a serious way. He also develops black and white, colour, and slide film.

The journey is getting more interesting as well. Please join us to find out more.

Join the Convo

So have you though of getting into film? Have you though about developing the film yourself? We would love to hear from you! 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 Dom for coming on the show and filling in for Sid! Make sure to check out his Flickr.

Thanks for listening, friends.

#filmisnotdead

 

Links from the show: Dominick’s Flickr

Episode 126 »» Two Guys, a Girl and Fuji

Episode 126 »» Two Guys, a Girl and Fuji

Episode 126 »» Two Guys, a Girl and Fuji, Mac's 2015 defining photograph

Mac’s 2015 defining photograph.

He’s Baaaaaack

It’s been several weeks and we missed him too much, so we convinced our good pal, Dom, to visit us again as we sort out all the excitement from the Fuji camp.

We Shoot Fuji Podcast 

Our friend, Marco Larousse, and his podcast co-host, Scott Bourne, made a special announcement on episode 17. If you’re a fan of the show, make sure to listen to the episode if you haven’t already for the full update. We wish them the best of luck as they move their show in a new direction with Photofocus.

Those Defining Photos

We followed up from episode 125 about the defining images we made in 2015 as well as those made from others which impacted us in some fashion throughout the year.

F is for Fuji

It’s Fuji time again. But this time, let’s blame Fujifilm directly for getting us all riled up. Haha. The rumours have been circulating for 3.5 years … true story. Then it was confirmed by Fujifilm they would be making some heavy announcements on January 15th as they celebrated their 5 years of their X Series lineup of bodies and lenses alike. Then they started to tease us with a countdown clock on the X-Pro 1 site,  Finally the clock struck and the live stream event took place. 60 official X Photographers around the globe travelled to Tokyo to partake in the celebrations.

Please join us as we roundup the latest announcements from Fujifilm, the X-Pro 2, XF 100-400mm ƒ4.5-5.6 and more!

Make sure to check out all the goodness – news, updates, reviews, videos and more on twitter:  We will also link up at the end of the post some of the hands on reviews that were coming in as the live event was going on.

Join the Convo

Are you a current X shooter? If so, what do you think of the announcement and latest soon-to-be released gear? Did the X-Pro 2 or one of the other bodies grab your attention? If you’re not sporting the Fuji brand now, are you considering making the switch? What about other mirrorless brands – which ones are on your radar if at all? We’d still love to hear about your defining photographs and/or moments of 2015. You can find us on here on the blog, BookFace or Twitter. Of course you can subscribe for free via iTunes and Stitcher.

Thanks again to Dominick for joining us again tonight. Please make sure to check out his work on Flickr and 500px!

Thanks for tuning in and making it this far in this Fuji-heavy episode. Much appreciated as always!

Cheers, y’all!

Links from the show:

Snowy Owl in Flight » Traffic Cam / via PetaPixel

We Shoot Fuji Podcast » Episode 17

Mac’s Defining Photograph by Scott Kelly / via NASA

Sid’s Defining Photograph by Kerstin Langenberger / via CBC.ca

Fujifilm X-Series Annoucements

Fujifilm X-Pro 2

Fujifilm X-E2S

Fujifilm X70

Fujinon XF100mm-400mm ƒ4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR

Nikon D5

Nikon D500

Hands on reviews:

Fuji Guys – Fujifilm X-Pro2 – First Look – video

Fuji X-Pro 2 Hands-On Field Test With Nathan Elson – video / via The Camera Store

A Conversation About the X-Pro2 – Part I  video / via Fujifilm Australia

A Conversation About the X-Pro2 – Part II video / via Fujifilm Australia

XF100mm-400mm Review post / via Bill Fortney

Get Closer with the XF100mm-400mm post / via Fujifilm Australia

Fujinon XF100-400mm video / via Fujifilm Europe

Dominick Chiuchiolo ::500px::  ::Flickr::