Mon, 28 March 2016
On this episode of the Photofocus "Mirrorless Show" Scott and Marco will discuss these new products and mirrorless topics:
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Direct download: Photofocus_Podcast_-_Mirrorless_Show_-_March_28_2016.mp3
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Sun, 20 March 2016
This weeks Photofocus Podcast for the Photofocus InFocus Interview Series. This show Pamela sits down with Brad Moore, former assistant to both Scott Kelby and Joe McNally we we dive into his growth and advice to other photographers trying to navigate the road of building a career. Then we tap into Chamira Young who speaks with Collages.net on how we as photographers can improve how we present ourselves online to our clients and potential clients.
Pamela Berry/ Brad Moore
What brought Brad into photography?
Chamira Young/ Chantel Corrin from Collages.net
Presenting yourself as a photographer
Direct download: 3_21_16Podcast_mixdown.output.mp3
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Mon, 14 March 2016
On the new Inspiration Show of the Photofocus podcast Scott and Marco will discuss the art, history and motivation in photography that often gets lost in today's media rich world. Slow down, look closer and put more intent into photography to increase you creativity and final results. And simply spread the pure love of photography.
On this episode Scott and Marco discuss these topics:
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Direct download: The_Inspiration_Show___Photofocus_Podcast_March_14_2016.mp3
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 12:30am EDT
Fri, 11 March 2016
Scott Bourne and Richard Harrington sit down to answer your questions:
1: from Jan in San Diego
My Dad used to shoot film and looking at his old prints there were obvious signs of film grain. Current digital photography seems to be all about “noiseless” images. I would like to get the look that my Dad got from film. Is there something wrong with that?
2: from Susan in Houston, TX
I am building a portfolio and I have limited work to pick from because I have only been seriously pursuing photography for two years. Is it okay to use the same model in different shots in the port - or how about shots from the same location?
3: From Tom in Oklahoma City, OK
How necessary is a photography degree in order to succeed in the photo business?
4: From Robbie in Hilo, HI
I photograph kids and my competitors all soften the children’s skin in post. I think that it looks unnatural - I don’t see the need with children who already have perfect skin. But the competition has created an expectation with their work that has me second guessing what I do. What would you do?
5: From Tony in St. Louis, MO
I use a color calibration tool on my computer monitor - should I use on my iPad?
6: From Sandy in SLC, UT
Why use a color checker card v. just an old fashioned gray card?
7: From Elliot in NYC, NY
I want to use a softbox but I only have a standard Canon flash unit. Is there a way to mount a standard camera flash inside a softbox?
8: From Sam in Yakima, WA
I am a beginning street photographer - what lenses would you recommend in terms of focal length and aperture?
9: From Peter from Inver Grove Heights, MN
What is the exposure triangle? As a beginner is this something I need to learn?
10: From Anderson from Elko, NV
What’s your advice regarding memory cards? Do you recommend the big cards, the fast cards or both? Are the more expensive high-end cards worth the money?