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The Image Doctors #233

1964: Eyes of the Storm

This week, we take a look at a celebrity who is actually an outstanding photographer, Sir Paul McCartney. His book, 1964: Eyes of the Storm documents The Beatles arrival in the USA and captures scenes from the inside. You can see the gallery currently on tour in the USA at the Brooklyn Museum.

The Image Doctors #215

Photographing Snowy or Sandy Scenes

It’s wintertime, and that means for many of us, snow is in the weather forecast. This week, we’ll discuss settings and creative approaches to photographing snowy (or sandy) scenes.

Photographer Spotlight: Walter Iooss, Jr.

If you’ve opened an issue of Sports Illustrated in the last 50 years, chances are you’re familiar with the work of Walter Iooss, Jr. Not only has he captured many iconic moments in sports, but he pioneered the artistic, storytelling style we often see in modern sports photography. We encourage our listeners to check out his work at www.walteriooss.com

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The Image Doctors #183

Photographer Spotlight: Julia Margaret Cameron

This week, we go WAY back to the 1860s and feature the photography of Juliet Margaret Cameron (1813-1879). Cameron picked up photography in its very early stages (glass plates and all) and had the benefit of being in the social circles of many of England’s most prominent intellectuals at that time. Her unique portrait style makes her a photographer worth learning more about, which you can do here.

Leica M11 Monochrom Announced

Leica recently announced their newest monochrome rangefinder camera, the 60-megapixel M11 Monochrom. This camera only captures black and white images, and retails for just under $9200 USD.

Wildlife Photography in Panama

Jason is off to Panama this week, where he’ll be leading a photo safari to an eco lodge on an island on Panama’s Caribbean side. Hear what Panama has to offer wildlife photographers, and what gear Jason’s packing for the trip. Note: Due to travel, we’ll be on hiatus until April 29th.