This week, we have a little fun discussing features that can sometimes feel important, but maybe aren’t all that necessary. Do you really need more than 24 megapixels? Hmm. On the other hand, there might be features out there that you think you don’t need, but would actually find quite enjoyable… Listen to hear more.
Any time a new camera or lens is announced, we often scour the internet for any available reviews. While many online reviews are excellent, it’s also important to consider that every review (including ours) are implicitly biased. We tackle the issue in this week’s episode.
Photographing car shows and other automotive displays
We might be in the dead of winter right now, but spring is right around the corner, and that means the car show season will soon be in full swing. Whether it’s restored vintage automobiles, hot rods, or rusted relics in a junkyard, we’ll give you our tips and tricks for photographing cars at these events.
Immerse yourself in the unparalleled beauty of California’s redwood coast, refine your photography skills, and create lasting memories with like-minded individuals on this extraordinary photo safari led by two photography experts, Jason P. Odell and Rick Walker.
Our journey begins in the coastal town of Crescent City, California, and will take us through majestic redwood groves. There, we’ll work on capturing a variety of forest subjects, including the redwoods, ferns, and other forest flora and fauna.
The safari also includes many shooting locations on the California coast, with excursions into southern Oregon. You’ll photograph rugged coastlines, waves, rocky outcrops and sea stacks. You’ll also get expert advice and field instruction along the way. With a student to instructor ratio of 4:1, this experience offers maximum learning.
This photo safari is limited to a maximum of eight photographers, so you’ll want to reserve your seat soon.
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