3 episódios

Are you tired of talking tech? Are you tired of wondering what possessed someone to take a picture of “THAT”? Does the idea of being driven to wake up at the crack of dawn seem ridiculous and you want to know why photographers do it?
Then welcome to Defend the Darkroom…
We are talking to photographers and creatives about themselves – what drives them to do what they do and how they were inspired along the way. In looking at our tech based world, we realized that no one was talking about inspiration, desire, drive or creativity and we thought that it was about time.

Defend the Darkroom John Meadows

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Are you tired of talking tech? Are you tired of wondering what possessed someone to take a picture of “THAT”? Does the idea of being driven to wake up at the crack of dawn seem ridiculous and you want to know why photographers do it?
Then welcome to Defend the Darkroom…
We are talking to photographers and creatives about themselves – what drives them to do what they do and how they were inspired along the way. In looking at our tech based world, we realized that no one was talking about inspiration, desire, drive or creativity and we thought that it was about time.

    Episode 3

    Episode 3

    Defend the Darkroom, Episode 3

    • 41 min
    Defend The Darkroom #2: Steve Sherman

    Defend The Darkroom #2: Steve Sherman

    Welcome back!
    This episode we are talking with Steve Sherman. I met Steve a number of years ago when he came to Elevator Digital to lead a workshop on his method of split tone printing. Flash forward a number of years, a couple of workshops and a few parties and I was attending the inaugural Photo Arts Exchange symposium in Connecticut with over 50 other photographers from across the US (I was the only Canadian btw). During the PaX symposium, Steve was interviewing everyone about who they are and why they were attending the symposium and what their process is all about but no one was interviewing Steve. So I remedied that…
    Steve has been a master mind of a number of different camera clubs, fundraisers and symposiums. He has been a mentor for numerous large format photographers across North America – but he also had a career and a family! 
    I hope you enjoy our conversation.
    Here is Steve’s artist statement….
    My interest in the landscape has always been developed with a childlike wonderment, filled with enthusiasm and uncertainty as I venture into a landscape to create a photograph. The mystery of what lies around the next corner has fueled an intrigue and passion that has eclipsed more than 35 years in a blink of an eye.  I cherish adventuring with my close friends, who put photography in front of all else, in search of that elusive image. Connecting with these kindred spirits during many early morning and late night escapades has only furthered my passion into an obsession.
     
    Although we live in a world where photographs are used daily to communicate with the world around us; I am drawn to the technical challenges presented by an antique camera and the use of film in the outdoors. Creativity must be embraced during all aspects of the process in order to create a memorable landscape. The technical conveniences of the 21st century are not available to me. I capture mere seconds and sometimes minutes of time that may never return again.
     
    My love of this process has turned into a YouTube channel in order to share my knowledge with whoever is interested. I have also mentored many photographers from Europe, South America, Canada and the United States on my particular process and philosophy.  Premium downloadable videos and an online Mentorship Program are available by visiting my website https://www.powerofprocesstips.com/
     
    We look forward to hearing what you think…
    Email us at:defendthedarkroom@gmail.com
    Find us on Twitter at:@defenddarkroom
    Or Facebook at: DefendtheDarkroom

    • 28 min
    Defend The Darkroom Episode 1: Bob Carnie

    Defend The Darkroom Episode 1: Bob Carnie

    Welcome to our first interview!
    Bob Carnie has been working in the photographic industry for over 30 years now. He is an accomplished printmaker, colour corrector and project manager. Known to being a supportive collaborator, Bob has dedicated himself to helping educate new photographers and printmakers as well as supporting seasoned photographers exhibit their work. He is in a new studio space at 1681 Dundas West and I cannot wait to see the new works that will be created there.
    It was a pleasure to sit and talk with him about his past exploits and future.
    A short bio….
    Bob Carnie is a Toronto-based photographer/printer with an international reputation for printing traditional and digital for acclaimed photographers, galleries and museums. He is fuelled by his hands-on approach, that he maintains throughout his photographic practice; being most in his element when working in the darkroom.
    Bob is also the owner of The Dylan Ellis Gallery which is an extension of his photographic experience.
     
    Connect with Bob at http://www.alternativephotoservices.com/
     
    We look forward to hearing what you think…
    Email us at:defendthedarkroom@gmail.com
    Find us on Twitter at:@defenddarkroom
    Or Facebook at: DefendtheDarkroom

    • 46 min

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