The Mothership of All Storms - with Sean R. Heavey

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The Weekly Fifty! with Simon Ringsmuth

In this interview, Simon Ringsmuth joins me to talk about his amazing on-going personal project — The Weekly Fifty! Simon Ringsmuth is a Faculty member and Instructional Designer at Oklahoma State University, where he teaches undergraduate students the principles of Project Management while working with professors across campus to help them improve their teaching skills. He and his wife have two young children and in their spare time they do family and high school senior portraits for people around their community and enjoy making photography a part of their daily lives. Simon is also a regular contributor to Digital Photography School where he writes columns about cameras, software, and lots of other topics related to photography. Since the spring of 2013, Simon has maintained a blog called Weekly Fifty where he posts one picture each Wednesday, along with explanatory text and audio commentary, as a way of helping himself learn more about photography as well as how to use his camera. He got his start with an old Nikon D200 and 50mm lens, hence the name of the blog, but he has since branched out into other cameras and lenses while staying committed to the one-shot-per-week format. This has been instrumental in helping him learn and grow as a photographer, and even after six years, he has no intention of stopping. If anything, doing the blog has helped him see how much he still has to learn about photography. The Weekly Fifty YouTube Channel:

The Masters of Photography with Chris Ryan

In this interview I discuss a wonderful training resource for photographers called Masters of Photography. The site's founder, Chris Ryan joins to discuss the inception of the site as well as a few useful tips on how photographers can up their game. --- + Instagram – + Twitter – + Facebook Group – + YouTube – + THIS WEEK IN PHOTO – + TWIP PRO – + TWiP PRO SCHOOL – + TWiP MEETUPS – + PATREON –

The Photographic Story Collector and Memory Maker - Curtis Jones

Curtis Jones started his career as a Pharmacist but quickly gave into to the call of the wild — and his camera! He now spends his time leading amazing workshops in the four corners of the globe, while making memories, telling stories and training other photographers on the finer points of travel and image-making. About Curtis: It takes a certain personality to appreciate the details of a climate rarely inhabited by people. Curtis Jones has spent most of his career saturating himself in the polar regions of the planet, dividing his residency between Newfoundland and Nunavut, Canada. Over the last decade, his adventurous lifestyle has taken him across the Gobi Desert by kite buggy, on a 2300 km unsupported traverse of the Greenland Ice Cap, Antarctica, and a lifetime of climbing and exploration worldwide. Working for both the private and public sector, he has documented work for environmental initiatives, literacy, Canadian National Parks, climate change and tourism in the Canadian Arctic. Collaborating with world-class athletes, production teams, and local cultures and communities, he has built his career delivering a personal view of the raw, wild, and often untamed. His work has been seen in National Geographic Adventure, Canadian Geographic, The Globe and Mail, Huffington Post Canada and more. Between commercial clients, he is often seen leading photography workshops in the polar regions of the Earth, sharing his appreciation for adventure with others. A collector of interesting stories, Curtis is rarely seen far from a camera, tent, or a good punchline. Connect with Curtis: Website: Workshops: IG - @cjonesphoto ---- + Instagram – + Twitter – + Facebook Group – + YouTube – + THIS WEEK IN PHOTO – + TWIP PRO – + TWiP PRO SCHOOL – + TWiP MEETUPS – + PATREON –

TWiP 559 - Getting Noticed in a Distracted World — Quality vs Quantity?

Big Projects vs Drip-Feed content. Years ago big projects and portfolios were the way to cement your name in peoples memories. Now you need to be releasing images every day to avoid being forgotten. Or do you? In this week's show Fashion Photographer, Jake Hicks and Fashion, Advertising and Commercial Photographer Wayne Johns join the show to discuss; when it comes to bodies of work, does size matter? Connect with Wayne Johns: Connect with Jake Hicks: ------------------------------------------------ This episode of TWiP is sponsored by: CreativeLive: Become the photographer you've always wanted. Use code "TWiP10" for $10 off! DataColor SpyderX: Your fast, accurate and easy-to-use monitor calibration solution. ------------------------------------------------ GET INVOLVED WITH TWIP! + PATREON - Please help support TWiP by donating to the network on Patreon. Running a podcast network is not cheap, free or easy! It requires a ton of effort and commitment. Even the smallest donations help us keep things afloat. + TWIP PRO - If you enjoyed this video, please join our community at - you can support TWiP while continuing the photography conversation. Join the mixer with like-minded photographers, while helping keep us on the air! --------------- More about our network... + THIS WEEK IN PHOTO - TWiP is one of the longest running and most respected photography podcast brand and networks in the world. Subscribe to our podcast, or our YouTube channel to stay entertained, inspired and educated about all things photography. + TWiP ON SOCIAL MEDIA: • Twitter - • Facebook Group - • YouTube - • Instagram -

Boeing 737 Crashes After Landing | Racing the Storm | American Airlines Flight 331

Find out why this American Airlines Boeing 737 crashed after overrunning the runway in an attempt to land during a storm in Kingston, Jamaica. Buy the hardware that I use here: Or Here: CPU: GPU (Graphic Card): GPU (Cheaper, but Good): RAM: MOTHERBOARD: Internal SSD : 4K MONITOR: or MOUSE: KEYBOARD: Standard Hard Drive: JOYSTICK: Note: Flight Simulator 2018 is not a new game. With this title I mean a combination of effects, add-ons and other things (added to Prepar3D v4.3 - 64bit) that make this video seem more real.

In this interview, I chat with Sean Heavey, a Montana, U.S.A. based photographer. Sean has become well-known for his amazing storm photos… and now he’s gaining notoriety for is legal and copyright tangles with the 300-pound gorilla, Netflix.

Sean is suing Netflix for unspecified damages and infringement incurred as a result of unauthorized of a Sean Heavey image. The case is unsettled, to date. However, the particulars of how it all went down are fascinating! And they involve some of your favorite shows on Netflix!

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