Photographers tend to like their cameras clean and their lenses lean. Anything that might compromise image quality such as teleconverters, conversion lenses, and sometimes even filters is frowned upon. But how legitimate are our concerns? I re-examine my biases in today's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
Some folks will be spending time with their family this weekend thanks to Mother's Day on Sunday. Generally speaking, Moms don't like having their picture taken. But I have a few tips for you in today's show that will not only help you get her in front of the camera, but will also ensure she looks great in the picture. I hope you enjoy the show.
Photography is most interesting when we continually challenge ourselves. And the best way to do that is through personal projects that take us just a bit out of our comfort zone. Now that we�re well into 2022, it�s time to find that next personal project for you, and that�s the top story in today�s TDS Photography Podcast.
I'm planning a couple outdoor preflight camping trips in preparation for our upcoming Eastern Sierra Workshop, and I had to laugh when I looked down into my camera bag. What I saw was the photography version of the Odd Couple. How did I end up here? Stay tuned for the first story on today�s TDS Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
At last, the OM System OM-1 Digital Camera is in my hands. Of course there�s a story behind that. And I�m back from the Humboldt Redwoods Workshop with lots of pictures and memories. But the thoughts I�m going to share are from the participants themselves. Yes,so much to cover today. So let�s get to it. I hope you enjoy the show.
I am so excited to be loading up the car for a photography road trip. So much has changed over the last couple years for me, and those differences are playing out in my preparations for Humboldt. You are probably planning a roadtrip or two yourself. So let's compare notes on this week's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
The four days leading up to Sunday’s Academy Awards was a deep dive into great filmmaking as I covered the Sonoma International Film Festive as a photographer for SIFF. In what should have been the crowning finish to the week sank awkwardly to the bottom with a sad display of toxic male behavior. Here’s more about the people I met in Sonoma and my thoughts there after.
The process of thinning out one’s gear is not an easy one, especially when it comes to camera bags. But I am determined to whittle down my collection to 6 essential carrying solutions. Today, I will share the list of my leading contenders, and why I’m hanging on to them. I hope you enjoy the show.
Sometimes when you make things too big, they don’t happen. Take for example our photography bucket list that includes exotic destinations such as Africa and India. Great stuff, but we don’t want to sit idle while we wait for them to happen. So in the meantime, you can build your back pocket list. What is that you ask? Keep listening to today’s TDS Photography Podcast to learn more. I hope you enjoy the show.
On Saturday morning I climbed in to the ID.4 and plugged the address for the Fire Department Training Center into CarPlay. Fifteen minutes later I was redirected to an overflow parking lot that required a hike back to the event. Undeterred, I grabbed by camera bag, a cap, and shades an headed to the day’s assignment. What happened before this moment, and what transpired afterward is the topic of today’s TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.