Mon, 15 April 2013
Welcome to season two, episode one of The Photography Podcast.
Today we are proud to announce that we are giving away 100% of our affiliate sales, do a quick review (more like a gushing) of the Scott Kelby iPad App Light It, and finish with an interview with commercial photography Erik Almas.
So here we go, and in order:
1. For awhile now we have been giving away 50% of all of our affiliate sales to support 2 food banks and one soup kitchen here in southern Maine, but have decided that these projects (and all the families that they support) need this money far more than we do.
So if you are looking for photography gear if you buy it using our Adorama affiliate links you will get great prices, equally as good customer service and will be helping those who are truly in need.
2. We have been Scott Kelby for some time and we love his iPad App since its inception, there are many things to love about it and you can find on iTunes, on the web, and I would strongly suggest you check our our originally review on Weekly Photo Tips. Not only can you read all the details of what makes it a great resource for photographers, you'll also how to get two complete issues for free.
3. And finally, our interview with photographer extraordinaire Erik Almas. Our interviewer is a guest as well, it's Mike Bowker, studio manager and digital retouch artist of the studios of Irvin Serrano.
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this interview and am sure you will as well.
Hope you enjoy episode 11 as much as we enjoyed making it for you.
Tue, 29 May 2012
This week I have the distinct pleasure of talking to photographer Vincent Versace.
First thing I should confess is that I am a HUGE Vincent Versace fan, I have been since the earliest steps of my photography journey so be forewarned that you may hear just a bit of giddiness in my voice.
So why am I such a big fan? Two reasons:
1. I think Vincent is an absolutely brilliant photographer
2. He is equally as good as a photography instructor
I have almost every one of his educational DVD's and the problem is the first time I watch them I just sit there and stare in amazement with my mouth gaping open, it's the second time through the DVD that I actually start to follow along and participating in the process.
During the interview we talked specifically about three of his images:
This one of the Smokey Mountains in Tennessee -
This image of Alcatraz in San Francisco bay -
And this image of the Eifel Tower during a snow storm -
If you're interested to checking out his educational offering (books and DVD's that are worth every penny) you can find them all listed over at Acme Educational.