In this interview I sit down with veternal broadcaster, concert photographer and now podcaster Steve Brazill. Steve and I discuss his evolution from broadcasting into the wild frontier of podcasting. We also discuss his love of concert photography and how it continually proves to be one of the most challenging genres of photography out there.
On this episode of Behind the Shot, join Trey Ratcliff and me as we discuss his image "Where Jules Verne would perform experiments on animalkind", taken at the Museum of Evolution in Paris, France.
In this interview I speak with Sacramento California based portrait photographer Christine Alward. We discuss her journey into professional modeling and her subsequent transition into running her own photography business.
After its introduction in 2015, Aurora HDR quickly became the world’s ultimate HDR imaging software. And now, Macphun has re-written Aurora from scratch, with new smarter tone-mapping algorithms that produce better and more realistic-looking HDR images - as well as improved image processing to produce cleaner, and more satisfying images.
In this interview I sit down with New York City based photographer, educator and marketer James Maher. James and I discuss some of the tips and suggestions for photographers just starting to think about building a business.
Join photographer to the stars - the real stars - Anthony D'Angio and I as we discuss the difficulties of shooting in the elements of altitude and weather, along with his image of the Tengboche Monastery, located at 13,000 feet in the Himalaya.
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