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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: https://www.waynejohns.com/ Connect with Jake Hicks: http://jakehicksphotography.com/ ------------------------------------------------ This episode of TWiP is sponsored by: CreativeLive: Become the photographer you've always wanted. Use code "TWiP10" for $10 off! http://twip.pro/creativelive DataColor SpyderX: Your fast, accurate and easy-to-use monitor calibration solution. http://spyderx.datacolor.com ------------------------------------------------ GET INVOLVED WITH TWIP! + PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/thisweekinphoto 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 - http://www.twippro.com If you enjoyed this video, please join our community at http://www.twippro.com - 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 - http://www.thisweekinphoto.com 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 - http://www.twitter.com/thisweekinphoto • Facebook Group - http://www.facebook.com/thisweekinphotography • YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/thisweekinphoto • Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/thisweekinphoto
In this episode we kick off our tour of Australia with a wide lens for a wide open country, dphog finds out what the niche of the 35mm focal length is. What a great lens! If you're unable to see the annotations leading to the video(s) mentioned then you can go to it by clicking on the link(s) below... Directing Stills: Liz & Dionne by Clinton Lubbe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GFMNXYQRio If you want instant updates about our weekly uploads then you're welcome to follow us on... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dphog/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clintonlubbe/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/dphogChannel Music Used... Take That Back by Silent Partner
Respected UK photographer, educator and maverick Daniel Meadows describes the 'Capture Wales' Digital-storytelling project in Wales where he worked with a small BBC Wales team to create and share multimedia stories online. You can listen to the Ffoton conversation with Daniel on our website: https://www.ffoton.wales/interviews/2017/7/daniel-meadows © 2017 Ffoton www.ffoton.wales Follow us on Twitter @FfotonWales
For the past five years, Chloe Dewe Mathews has wandered up and down the River Thames, documenting the way people use and interact with the river. The resulting project, Thames Log, chronicles her observations and experiences. From mudlarkers searching for treasure by Putney Bridge, to a druid who built his own coracle and paddled it along the length of the Thames as a pilgrimage for peace. “What I’m often interested in is how we project meaning onto different materials,” says photographic artist Chloe Dewe Mathews. “For example, this vast mass of water means one thing to one group of people and something completely different to another.” Chloe Dewe Mathews is renowned for her long-form documentary projects, many of which explore people’s relationship to the land. Her work has been exhibited internationally in both group and solo exhibitions, and she previously won British Journal of Photography’s International Photography Award. ----------------- FullBleed is a film channel, producing beautifully shot documentaries on photographic culture from around the world. Through a regular series of original short films, FullBleed takes the viewer behind the images, unearthing the stories at the heart of photographers' projects and the photographs they produce. With a genre unspecific agenda, FullBleed takes the discovery of photographic tales right to the edge. Subscribe ! http://goo.gl/G9BFPW Follow us and discover more pictures from our videos : Instagram : https://instagram.com/fullbleedtv/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/FullBleedTV
Squarespace link for 10% off: https://www.squarespace.com/seantucker Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seantuck/ Purchase book or prints: http://www.seantucker.photography/store/ Website: http://www.seantucker.photography/ In this video I sit down with my Grandfather, Dennis Field, as he talks through his photo albums from his years in the Royal Navy, from 1945-1947. He traded a box of player cigarettes for a box brownie camera in Hong Kong in late 1945 and proceeded to take photos of his two years of service. On top of listening to some of his stories, and seeing his images, I also offer some thoughts on how this has challenged me to look at my work beyond today, and start to think about how my images might tell stories to future generations, showing what life was like in my day and time. Share this video on if you enjoyed it. Music: 'Eclipse' by Future of Forestry All music is sourced from Music Bed. Check out their membership plans (affiliate link): http://share.mscbd.fm/seantuck #photography #history #storytelling
In this episode we’ll dive into a few of the latest news topics affecting photographers, as well as a deep dive conversation into the art of digital storytelling using photography!
One of the much underserved aspects of photography seems to be storytelling. Many photographers enjoy making stunning, and usually technically perfect photographs. But the true artisans are beginning to tell stories with their photography. In this episode we talk about how YOU can start using your camera to weave intricate stories in your viewers minds.
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