This episode’s guest is Jim Salge, a nature photographer in New Hampshire. I have been following and admiring Jim’s work for quite some time now and finally got around to having him on the show. In this episode Jim talks about returning to a location multiple times and becoming familiar with it to make the . . . → Read More: Meet Jim Salge, Patience, Persistence, Filters, and Portland Head Light
Bruce Clarke returns for a great discussion on managing a full time “Real Job” along with a thriving professional photography business. Bruce also shares another very dramatic and moving ‘Story Behind the Picture’ with ‘The Hunger’. We talk a bit about hamburgers and kazoos as well as mowing the lawn, then we battle the Skype . . . → Read More: Bruce Clarke Returns, Hamburgers and Kazoos, Real Jobs, and ‘The Hunger’
In past episodes I’ve mentioned that I have certain Black and White photographers that I idealize, well Cole Thompson is one of those photographers. His amazing, thoughtful, unique work keeps me striving to improve myself, after this amazing interview I have a new way of looking at doing that. Cole’s story behind the picture, from . . . → Read More: Cole Thompson, Cole’s Rule of Thirds, and The Ghosts of Auschwitz-Birkenau
Justin Hammond joins me on this episode and talks about what he’s been up to, and what he’s working on now. Justin is working on another issue of a magazine called ‘Cookie for Him’ he created in honor of his aunt to raise awareness for cancer. Just back from a trip last year to the . . . → Read More: Justin Hammond, Playboy Bunnies, and Cheerleaders
This is part 2 of a 2 part episode (part 1 here) with guest Jen McKen, a wedding and portrait photographer from South Western Pennsylvania. In this episode Jen gives us some insight into her experience at WPPI in Las Vegas, then tells us the story behind one of her great wedding photographs. Before we . . . → Read More: Jen McKen Talks WPPI in Vegas and Shares the Story Behind a Picture (part 2)
This is part 1 of a 2 part episode with guest Jen McKen, a wedding and portrait photographer from South Western Pennsylvania. In this episode we start out meeting Jen and finding out about her background in photography. We also talk about a big decision that many photographers face, when and whether to go pro . . . → Read More: Meet Jen McKen, Wedding Photography, Going Pro, and a Viral Blog Post (part 1)
Ben Slavin joins the show again after another adventure in South America, this time with the mission of creating a documentary about adventure motorcycling in Colombia. In this episode Ben fills us in on some of the gear he brought along and some insights on the process of creating the new documentary.
Check out Ben . . . → Read More: Ben Slavin Returns!
SOPHA (The Studio of Photographic Arts) is located in Manchester, NH and offers studio rental space, education, a social environment for photographers, and much more. My guests today are Bud and Dave from SOPHA and in this first part of the interview we get a sense of what SOPHA is and what Bud and Dave . . . → Read More: Bud and Dave from The Sopha in Manchester, NH (part 1)
When I am a guest on The Lens Wipe Podcast I have a short segment called The App of the Week. I am by no means an expert on iPhone apps, I just have an opinion on the ones I use. So with that in mind, a friend of mine sent me a Facebook message . . . → Read More: My Favorite Photography Apps for the iPhone/iPad
This episode’s guest is Jeff “Foliage” Folger, a photographer out of historic Salem Massachusetts. Jeff has made a name for himself, quite literally, in the region as an authority on foliage photography. Everything from where to find it, to how to get it. After winning Yankee magazine’s first ever Fall Foliage Photo Contest back . . . → Read More: Jeff “Foliage” Folger, Online Communities, and a Moon OVer Newburyport