A podcast for the working photographer. From veterans of iStockphoto and creators of Stocksy United. We take a deep look at running a photography business, the gear we nerd out over, and what motivates us to turn pictures into a career. We talk about stock photography, cameras, lenses, fashion photography, street style, social media and a healthy dose of whatever.
60 - Upgrading Workflows
It's been a while since we took inventory of our workflow and a few things have changed. We talk about our memory card strategies, how we use Lightroom, and hard drive management.
59 - Next Gen
The band is back together to talk about the Nikon Z7, the Sony a7III, and the flaws in HSL sliders.
58 - So Many Great Cameras
We take a look at the Hasselblad H6D, Canon C200, Aputure Lights, and much more.
57 - Portrait Lighting
There are lots of ways to shoot a great portrait, but even more ways to shoot a terrible one. Let's talk about some of the best/easiest techniques to light portrait photography.
56 - Cameron's take on 2017
Since he couldn't make it to the last episode, we go over some of Cameron's recent favorite cameras.
55 - Gear of the Year 2017
Jordan Drake of The Camera Store TV is back to talk about one of the craziest years for cameras.
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This is a really solid photography podcast. All of the camera gear takes a backseat to more important things like the creative process, post-processing workflow, and how to just get the job done. The hosts have a good dynamic going, they know they're stuff, their opinions are balanced and insightful, and most of the advice can be applied to any type of photography.
Quality talk on photography
What I love about this show that sets it apart from others is that, unlike many photo podcasts which are aimed at beginners and continuously recycle the basics, it is a podcast for experienced photographers to dive deep into current issue and trends in photography. Two hosts offer a Canadian and American perspective which, as a Canadian, is a nice change of pace. Great job & keep up the good work.
Photography podcast with style and substance
This is easily the best photography podcast I have come across. It's hard to find one that isn't cringe worthy. The typical cheesiness is left behind with Cameras or Whatever and all that is left is an interesting discussion on photography that is relevant, entertaining and interesting.