Photography Tips from the Top Floor [http://tipsfromthetopfloor.com] is the longest running photography podcast and one of my favorites. Host Chris Marquardt has read several chapters of the A Lesser Photographer book at the end of some of the episodes, much to my delight and honor. His listeners are
I go on a wedding photography podcast, three ways to avoid clichés, the science of aesthetics and what it’s like being an introvert in the art world.
For those of you who want an audiobook version of A Lesser Photographer, Chris Marquardt is reading it a chapter per episode on his podcast.
Chris Marquardt and Allan (of The Two Hosers’ fame) take on the rule of thirds in the latest episode of Tips from the Top Floor. Yes, the rule of thirds is mostly bunk, but it still appears in every photo tips collection ever written. Why?
I was interviewed on Chris Marquardt’s wonderful podcast Photography Tips from the Top Floor. Newcomers: I love my newsletter [http://eepurl.com/3izw5] readers more than anyone. Sign up! [http://eepurl.com/3izw5] The A Lesser Photographer book [http://craftandvision.com/products/a-lesser-photographer] will get you caught up on
I had the honor of being the first guest on the new Craft & Vision podcast hosted by Jeffery Saddoris.
Ben Brooks had me on his podcast today to rant for a while about photography.
Glenn Fleishman joins us to discuss furnaces and stuff. You know, the typical kinds of things guys discuss when no one is recording.
I wrote an article recently for Michael Schechter’s wonderful site, A Better Mess, titled BFD and GTD [http://bettermess.com/bfd-and-gtd/]. It does have some application to photography, but mostly I wrote it just to get it out of my head and in the open. I appeared on Michael’
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the release of the manifesto, A Lesser Photographer [http://www.alesserphotographer.com/post/10725821226/a-lesser-photographer-a-manifesto] . If you haven’t read it, do it now! The following people deserve big pats on the back for spreading the word on their popular blogs/podcasts. Their