A podcast about the craft of photography, covering the skills and technology we contend with on the road from hobbyist to professional.
Josh welcomes a new family member and Álvaro prepares for a trip. We talk iPhone photography and travel preparation, including dealing with mosquitos, moisture, filters, and backing up your shots on the road.
We address some listener feedback before talking about our experiences and recommendations for dealing with eBay and other used markets for buying and selling.
There’s a new Lightroom in town! Well…two new Lightrooms. It’s all a bit confusing, but we’re here to help untangle it.
In an experimental new segment, the gang choose an image from each others’ recent work and try to dissect the story and technique that went into realizing it.
Marius returns from Africa bringing photos and stories. We talk about the experiences, and—of course—the gear. Olympus and Fujifilm are compared, the struggles of cultural photography are explored, and close encounters are described.
Regrouping after their Toronto trip, the team catches up on the latest camera news before delving into Josh’s new blog and new lens, first impressions of Peak Design’s new Cuff & Leash, plus the unique LoupeDeck Lightroom controller.
Meeting in person for the first time ever, the team converges on Toronto for a live episode! Hijinks ensue as we discover new camera systems, new mediums, and how to properly pronounce Álvaro’s name.
Marius and Álvaro sit down with Yannick Michaud from Olympus to talk about the company’s past, present, and future.
All three hosts are back on the air to make a very special announcement…and to hear all about Marius’ adventure in Romania with the Fujifilm GFX!
Álvaro and Marius are joined by Panasonic’s Canadian Product Manager for Imaging, Trisha Gillings. Conversation ranges from the interesting relationships at the heart of the Micro Four-Thirds consortium to some behind the scenes insight into how the latest Panasonic products came to be!