Episode 173 »» Splish Splash: The Saga Continues

Episode 173 »» Splish Splash: The Saga Continues

4 Chaps + One Lucky Woman

We were lucky enough to have 3 of our favourite photographers and friends of the show on for a good chat. It was our first show with 5 people and we had a blast recording and of course, chatting post-show. Antonio M. Rosario, Bryan Minear, and Dave Szweduik joined Mac and myself to continue the conversation from our last show, episode 172 »» Making a Splash and Giving It Away for Free. The show idea came from Antonio as he live-tweeted whilst listening to our show, with Bryan and Dave joining in on the Twitter chat. Thankfully these chaps were free and next thing we knew, we were all rocking the mics together. Please join us as we carry on the conversation!

Image made by Bryan Minear ©

Image made by Dave Szweduik ©

Join the Convo

We’d love to hear your thoughts on this topic – what do you feel the pros and cons of joining sites like Unsplash are? Do you feel as a photographer, you have any responsibility to other photographers, and even ‘the industry‘ itself? 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!

After 170+ episodes, we have decided to enter the Patreon world, and if you’re so inclined, we would love and appreciate any support. We still need to tinker with the page a bit, however we are up and running! Longtime listeners know we refer to you/them as our sponsors, and this will never change. Most importantly, Mac and I appreciate the support all listeners give us by tuning in and interacting with us, as well as other listeners. Your ears and your time = your true sponsorship.

Image made by Dave Szweduik ©

Image made by Bryan Minear ©

Image made by Bryan Minear ©

 

Huge thanks to Antonio, Bryan, and Dave for clearing your schedules and coming back on the show. These 3 chaps are some of the loveliest, talented, and genuine good guys around and it’s always a blast and rather humbling when they come back on the show. Please take some time to look at their work if you haven’t done so yet (links below).

Thanks again to Antonio for live-tweeting our last episode and for the show idea for 172.

Thanks for tuning in, folks!

Cheers, y’all!

 

Links from the show:

Antonio M. Rosario, Photographer :: Antonio’s Twitter

Bryan Minear » Photographer :: Bryan’s Twitter

Dave Szweduik Photography :: Dave’s Twitter

Unsplash

Unsplash is (Still) Bad for Photography / via Allen Murabayashi on the Photoshelter Blog

Episode 172 »» Making a Splash and Giving It Away for Free

How side projects saved our startup / via Crew | Unsplash

Why Photographers Fail / via PetaPixel

 

 

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

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

Between Dust and Sky » The 100th Hand Hills Lake Stampede

Photography projects are interesting. Cool even. Usually projects take a long time from beginning to end, filled with challenges, surprises, some lows and hopefully, many more highs. Two Alberta photographers and good friends of the show, Ward Rosin and Mark Reierson, embarked on such a journey and hit the Shutter Time mics to share their collaborative efforts with us. Please join us as we learn of the project itself, lessons learned, their personal satisfaction, and more from these talented chaps.

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Have you taken on a photography project before? We would love to hear about it. 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 Mark and Ward for coming on the show and sharing their project with us. Please make sure you check out their blog post and show these chaps some love!

Thanks so much for tuning in, folks!

Cheers, y’all!

 

Links from the show:

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

Mark Reierson :: Instagram

Ward Rosin Photography :: Instagram

Book review » Between Dust and Sky, The 100th Hand Hills Lake Stampede / by John Veldhoen, The Camera Store, Calgary

A World Within: An Intimate Portrait of the Little Bow Hutterite Colony / by George Webber

Episode 154 »» Arting with Dave Szweduik & Bryan Minear

Episode 154 »» Arting with Dave Szweduik & Bryan Minear

Episode 154 »» Arting with Dave Szweduik & Bryan Minear

Image by Dave Szweduik.

Street Shots » Nifty Fifty!

Congrats and huge props to our fantastic brothers from another mother, Tom and Antonio, the Switch to Manual chaps, as they celebrate their 50th podcast episode! We look forward to the next 50! Please make sure to check out the episode!

When Once Isn’t Enough

After this tweet, we knew we needed to continue the conversation from our last episode, Episode 153 »» Arting with Dave Szweduik, so we not only brought Dave back for more, but we also invited our good pal, Bryan Minear, back for a chat!

Please join us as we further discuss the art of arting with these two great friends of the show! We also take some time to catch up with Bryan to learn what he has been up to these past few months. We are also happy to hear Dave is back with season 2, episode 101 of his vlog!

Episode 154 »» Arting with Dave Szweduik & Bryan Minear

Image by Bryan Minear.

Join the Convo

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the art of arting (Mac’s cheeky phrase!). 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!

Big thanks to Bryan for joining in on the fun after your time away and to Dave for once again answering the bat signal. Another congrats to Tom and Antonio on their 50th show!

Thanks again for tuning in!

Cheers, y’all!

Episode 154 »» Arting with Dave Szweduik & Bryan Minear

Image by Mac Sokulski.

Episode 154 »» Arting with Dave Szweduik & Bryan Minear

Image by Dave Szweduik.

Links from the show:

Street Shots Ep. 50 – “Fifty!”

David Szweduik Photography

Dave Szweduik YouTube Channel

digitalSoup Podcast

Bryan Minear Photographer

Bryan’s Facebook :: Instagram :: Twitter