TWiP Family 75: Learning to Speak the Language of Photography

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This week’s show is a conversation with photographer Garen Marguerian about learning the language of photography. Garen has posted photos daily in the TWiP Family 365 Project group on Flickr along with other listeners this year. The topic of feedback and criticism comes up in the group discussions from time to time. I loved what Garen had to say about both giving and receiving feedback and wanted to hear more.

Garen talks about the ways he’s learned to speak the language of the image. First he learned from brutally honest Flickr groups, then a local group of photographers and the Arcanum. We talk about the vulnerability of both the person sharing their image for feedback and the person who is giving feedback.

See more from Garen: Flickr, 500px, Google+

More about Jenny: Website, Flickr, Instagram, Facebook

Do you have a family photography question? A guest suggestion or topic you’d like to hear about on this family photography podcast? You can contact me on the TWiP Family Facebook page and join theTWiP Family Facebook group or send an email to jenny@familiarlight.com

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