In this interview, I sit down with Jeffrey Burke, a former Chairman of the Board at the Brooks Institute of Photography to discuss the impact of it's closure, what’s next for the students, faculty and the for-profit education industry in general.
The Through Our Eyes Project hands out cameras to people who are living on the street, in a local shelter or are otherwise affected by homelessness. Through Our Eyes Project is bigger than a social experiment. It's greater than an art piece. It's more important than an outreach. This project is a lifeline.
This week on Street Focus my guest is my good friend Alec Hosterman. Together we answer questions about photography education, workflow and editing time, give the winners of the Street Challenge, announce a new one and give our picks of the week!
Family documentary photographer, Chuck Anerino, talks about committing to a composition and patiently waiting for the moment. He also talks about his year of photographing his family in only black and white with his beloved Leica monochrome.
This week’s show is and interview with Kelly Moore Clark, creator of Kelly Moore Bags. Kelly was a wedding photographer and couldn’t find a bag that fit her body or her needs. She had an idea for the perfect bag and resolved to stop talking about this perfect bag and make one. She found people who could help her create the bags and quickly found other people who wanted the bag she’d created.
This week we are joined by Rob Adams from Rob Adams films. Rob is here today to talk with us about the world of wedding videography and share some tips and advice on how wedding photographers and videographers can work together on the wedding day.
This week we chat with Ben Chernivsky, a wedding photographer from Chicago who developed Gifyyy Booth - a portable photo booth that is easy to setup, lightweight, ultra-portable, compact, and self sufficient.
Jared Platt is a workflow and Lightroom guru and he is here today with advice for wedding photographers on how they can streamline their workflow so they can spend less time chained to their computers editing.
In this episode of TheFIX, host Seán Duggan shares some tips and techniques for creating color toning and tinting (i.e., "hand coloring") effects for black & white images. Beyond those key topics, this show also features useful tips on adjustment layers, layer masks, blending modes, and alternate ways of applying color tinting.
On this episode of TheFIX, Alan Hess provides a behind-the-scenes look at what it's like to photograph concerts and other high-profile live events, shows some of his favorite concert images, and shares some cool Lightroom and Photoshop processing tips.
On this episode of TheFIX, photographer and photo educator Dan Hughes joins host Seán Duggan to talk about processing black & white images using Macphun's Tonality Pro plug-in for Lightroom and Photoshop. Tonality is available for the Mac OS individually, or as part of the Creative Kit of 6 photo editing apps.
In this interview Giulio Sciorio joins the show to discuss with me the rising importance and viability of mobile phone photography. Specifically, how the iPhone continues its dominance over point-and-shoot cameras.