After the long time that took us to gather the crew, and an even longer time to edit the episode, we are back to talk about Long term projects in photography
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 05-04-2015 | 1 Comment
Brian Matiash joins us to share his reasons for a move to the Sony mirrorless system. We look at advantages and disadvantages.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 09-03-2015 | Comment
Your portfolio is an important part of your photographic work. In thi episode we discuss how to create and maintain it.
In this episode we have a good conversation on how to do your own thing in photography and defining your photographic style.
We continue from the last episode, with listener questions and our selected from the web.
Besides a good discussion on the latest news topics, we look back at the ending year and share some of what’s coming in 2015.
An extended discussion around the small or large equipment that is essential in photography – the photography accessories.
This photography podcast episode is dedicated to filters. We go into an extended discussion on the different types of filters and their uses in photography.
In this episode we discuss some of the highlights from this year’s Photokina announcements.
Greg Lumley joins us to discuss the value of photography and his $35,000 image.
Has it really been 8 months? Surely not? Just when you thought we had disappeared for good, we’re back. Job changes, house moves and family crises, but now it’s time
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 06-12-2013 | Comment
Have you thought going smaller? On this episode we talk about advantages and disadvantages of mirrorless systems.
Movie reviews, Instant cameras, PhotoXplorers and a lot more, on another episode of your favorite photography podcast.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 26-09-2013 | 1 Comment
Ron Pepper joins us on the photography podcast to talk about his wirk in panoramic photography and 360-degree photography. We discuss the gear, software and, most importantly, the technique to achieve good results.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 06-08-2013 | Comment
Lots of news and listener questions: new cameras, new lightroom and adobe cc, white balance, lytro, and much more.
On this episode of your favourite photography podcast, we discus the business of selling prints from your images.
In this episode we dig deep into the ins and outs of concert photography.
Dave Wilson takes the lead of the panel on this one to discuss the ins and outs of photoblogging.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 26-02-2013 | 2 Comments
After a long absence we are back with lots of news commentary, listener questions, and more. Glad to be back guys!
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 03-09-2012 | Comment
We take a look at some of the basic properties you should pay attention to when starting processing the images.
On this episode we take a look at some of our books that we think should also be on your collection.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 25-07-2012 | 41 Comments
Tom Hogarty, principal product manager for Adobe Lightroom, joins us to tell us all about Lightroom 4. We’re also giving away a copy of Lightroom 4.
A look back at the world of film photography, in particular different types of cameras and film stocks.
Listeners’ Questions show – Apertures, polarizers and GNDs, Portfolios and hosting, Brenizer technique, magic gadgets and more.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 09-06-2012 | 2 Comments
On this episode, we decided to talk about vacation photography – basically how to make the most of your trips that are not happening mainly for photography.
Episode 70 marks four years of PhotoNetCast. We annouce two competitions with over $1400 at stake, and take a look at the past 4 years in the photography industry.
Guy Tal joins us for a discussion on the value and ethics of issuing Limited Edition Prints.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 30-03-2012 | 2 Comments
On this episode we are joined by Colby Brown (The Giving Lens) and Ivan Makarov (Plus One Collection) on a conversation about their experiences combining photography and charity projects.
Want to shoot the tiny stuff in life? All the bugs, all the details in flowers? An Intro to Macro Photography
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 22-02-2012 | 1 Comment
We answer listener questions: Eye-Fi cards, focus and focus points, high key photography, filters, tripods and heads, golden ration and composition, etc.
We talk Real Estate Photography with our guest Michael James. During the conversation we talk about shooting interiors, Michael’s approaches to lighting, workflow, gear, assembling a portfolio, etc.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 20-12-2011 | 2 Comments
The last episode of 2011 introduces as guest Thomas Leuthard, and we discuss his Street Photography work.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 10-12-2011 | 1 Comment
On this episode we talk photography spending habits, value of photography as collectible art and give you a few suggestions for Christmas gifts.
In this episode we have the please of talking with Mike Olbinski and his passion for storm photography.
On this episode we discuss our photography workflow and share a few tips to, hopefully, improve yours.
On this episode we are inside 500px (no, really, Sean was there) for a conversation with Jennifer Tse and Andrey Tochilin, the Media Director and the Digital Strategist for 500px, respectively.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 13-07-2011 | 1 Comment
With more and more photographers exhibiting online, one way to get noticed is by doing something different. How important is it to stand out with your photographic work?
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 19-06-2011 | 11 Comments
Is hosting your own photoblog a good idea? In this episode we take a look at a few advantages and disadvantages.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 29-05-2011 | 2 Comments
TwitPic changes Terms of Service, Getty changes contract to contributors. Who loses with all this? The photog.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 27-03-2011 | 10 Comments
On this episode we have with us Trey Ratcliff on a long but inspirational conversation about the art and business of HDR photography.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 07-02-2011 | 3 Comments
On the first PNC of the year, we answer listener questions, talk about some news topics, and discuss mobile photo apps.
Great discussion on the future of photography publications, the new limited edition models by Hasselblad and lots of Wildlife Photography
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 06-11-2010 | 1 Comment
A review of Photokina 2010, plus we end up talking about small flashes.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 27-09-2010 | 2 Comments
In this episode we discuss some of the news coming out of Photokina 2010, and David Nightingale (@chromasia) joins us for a conversation on his work and photographic career.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 18-09-2010 | 2 Comments
In this episode we interview Elizabeth Kreutz about her work in Comeback 2.0 documenting Lance Armstrong and her World Press Photo Award.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 21-08-2010 | 3 Comments
Uncle Earl’s glass plates, big cameras on the back of even bigger cameras and our main topic, Travelling with Photography Gear.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 03-08-2010 | 4 Comments
Are photographers who license images under Rights Managed losing a slice of the market? Find out on this episode with our guest Jim Pickerell.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 14-07-2010 | 7 Comments
In our Urban Exploration (or UrbEx) discussion we covered a lot of material from the legality of it, some equipment suggestions, safety, and much more. If you are at all interested in the topic, you really need to listen to this one.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 22-06-2010 | 5 Comments
What’s the true value of a photography magazine? That is the question I pose to our guests on this episode… But there’s more… Lightroom 3, iPhone 4, street photography…
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 03-06-2010 | 3 Comments
A quick intro to BeetleCam, Corbis and the latest copyrights issues, iPad, Flash and HTML5, film chemicals, and of course our very own Selected from the Web… PhotoNetCast #46.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 13-05-2010 | 6 Comments
Documentary photographer Raul Touzon joins us to share his experiences on photographing the people and culture of Sudan, while on assignment for the UN.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 08-04-2010 | Comment
In this episode we interview Felix Kunze, a London based commercial photographer who decided to visit and document Haiti after the earthquake, and follow the country’s steps to recovery.
Catch-up episode on listener questions: we cover ISO, panoramas, Fine Art papers, printing books on-demand, kit lenses, Lightroom and bird photography.
In the show we frequently approach the topic of social media: how and why photographers should be part of the social revolution.
Continuing our conversation from episode #40, we discuss the matter of copying photographic subjects and compositions.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 23-02-2010 | 1 Comment
What is considered fair-use and copyright infringement when dealing with public artwork? The legal case in Seattle opens the discussion. Find out more on this episode of PhotoNetCast.
In this episode we wanted to give you a light overview of what film photography is all about, including workflow, darkroom, favorite films, costs and more.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 19-01-2010 | 1 Comment
We continue our discussion on landscape photography with an emphasis on Clouds and Sunsets, and how an image can improve from these elements.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 11-12-2009 | 1 Comment
Tips for Landscape Photography – From composition, light, filters and tripods, golden hour and the “rules”, we touch a bit on everything.
PhotoNetCast 36 takes a deeper look at photo projects, from the concept to the final output. I’ve also heard that some wild Canon rumors are mentioned…
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 03-08-2009 | 2 Comments
We continue our discussion on Street Photography with a special guest, Joseph Szymanski.
In this episode approach Street Photography: from legal issues to equipment and also a touch on the creative side, we try to give an overview of what is capturing “living moments” on the street.
When is the right time to go pro, the problems facing a new professional photographer and the current successes – Neil Creek.
A full episode dedicated to listeners’ questions. We cover tripods, assignments, Lightroom and much more.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 04-06-2009 | 9 Comments
Rich Legg and David Sanger take us into the business of a stock photographer and discuss the different business models and licensing types in stock photography.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 18-05-2009 | 4 Comments
We look at the good and the bad of allowing the use your photographic work for free, and how it affects your business model.
For the first episode of our Photo Critique segment, we critique “untitled” by G. Karamanis.
Travel Photography – Some tips and discussions on planning your travel, gear, maintenance, logistics, and being original on your travel photography. And PhotoNetCast turns 1.
HDR photography is a technique that can compensate for the limitations of digital sensors to capture a wide dynamic range. In this episode we talk with Dave Wilson on his workflow in HDR photography.
To grow and improve in photography, risks need to be taken and new challenges embraced. In this episode, we give you a few tips to do just that and go beyond your comfort zone.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 16-03-2009 | 4 Comments
In this episode we discuss some of the “best practices” you should follow for your photography site regarding the specific audience you intend to target.
This time we go into the latest mass copyright infringement and we answer a question by one of our listeners regarding the use of filters.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 11-02-2009 | 11 Comments
Phill Price and Darren Hector join us to discuss the new UK Counter-Terrorism Act 2008 and how it will affect photographers (even more).
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 10-02-2009 | 3 Comments
In this episode we approach the subject of defining goals for your photography and discuss the importance of this step for success.
In this episode we discuss the Flickr-Getty Images partnership and what it means for photographers.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 14-01-2009 | 13 Comments
For the first show of 2009 we discuss the “art” of buying used photographic equipment.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 18-12-2008 | 6 Comments
Rich Legg and Phill Price join us on this show to talk about their experience with the Canon 5D Mark II.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 05-12-2008 | 42 Comments
We take a closer look at Lightroom 2 and interview Tom Hogarty, product manager for Lightroom. We’re also giving away one copy of Lightroom 2.
Posted in Contests, PhotoNetCast Shows on 20-11-2008 | 24 Comments
We revisit geotagging and interview the developers of ATP Photofinder Mini. We also open a $250 prize giveaway.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 03-11-2008 | 9 Comments
It’s another episode of PhotoNetCast, and this time we have the pleasure of having as guest a photographer for whom daylight doesn’t mean much – Troy Paiva.
If you’re planning to upgrade to a dSLR there are a few points that you should consider, from camera brand to camera features. In this episode we go more into detail into the factors consumers should consider when buying the first dSLR.
Me and Martin were at Photokina 2008 for a quick visit and we wanted to bring you some of the feeling of Photokina. Jim also joined us on the show to ask a few questions that someone not visiting might have. Enjoy the show.
We answer some listeners’ questions about photo management software and photography marketing.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 16-09-2008 | 5 Comments
Following the shutdown of Photoshelter Collection, we discuss the future of stock photography.
In this episode, we interview Zoriah, known for his work in major disaster and conflict areas.
Following our last episode about Inspiration in Photography, and since one of our major recommendations to boost your creativity was to look and study the work of other photographers, we decided to bring you a list of books that we can recommend.
In this episode of PhotoNetCast we address the issue of creativity and discuss our own ways in the quest for perpetual inspiration.
Participating in photo competitions is one of the many ways photographers have to get their work out there. Choosing the right images, the right title, the right print and of course, the right contest can overwhelm even the most experienced photographer. But besides the exposure, participating in photo competitions can also improve you as a photographer.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 07-07-2008 | 7 Comments
In this episode of PhotoNetCast we discuss editing and processing in photography.
Posted in PhotoNetCast Shows on 23-06-2008 | 12 Comments
Is analog photography dead? We don’t think so, but listen to the show and take your side.
In the episode 5 of PhotoNetCast we discuss the Pros and Cons of Geotagging and talk about the advantages of supporting your local retailers.
On today’s show we cover the backup procedure each of us uses and share some embarrassing moments / newbie mistakes we made in the field. We hope you like it.
Blogging & Photography and Organizing your Photos. These are the topics covered on this episode of PhotoNetCast.
Topics for this show: Photographers or terrorists, Video on Flickr and Protecting your online images from theft
In this brief introductory episode, we share with you who we are, what is our relationship with Photography and why we are joining efforts to bring you PhotoNetCast.