Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 13-05-2010 | 6 Comments
In this episode we have the pleasure of having with us documentary photographer Raul Touzon.
Raul started his career as an underwater photographer but is better known for his documentary / photojournalism work that includes assignments for the National Geographic magazine.
Recently, Raul traveled to Sudan on assignment for the U.N. to document the region, its people and culture. And it’s about this latest endeavor that we focused our conversation with Raul.
Raul is also a photography instructor, producing and teaching workshops for the Santa Fe Workshops and National Geographic Expeditions, and leading photo-adventures at PhotoXpeditions.
We still had time to talk about the new Adobe Photoshop CS5, watching tv with House, and a kind of Polaroid camera that is not quite like a Polaroid camera but it’s called Polaroid.
All photos Copyright Raul Touzon. Used with permission.
- House finale shot entirely with a 5D Mk II
- The real Polaroid returns… sort of
- Suggestions on a bag for our listener
- Brian’s Large format DIY pinhole camera
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