Join us for in-depth discussions with New Zealand's top image-makers. Whether you're an industry professional or an aspiring amateur, you'll be able to learn from the best in the business like never before.
Host: Ben Journee & Jarrad Seng
Intro Music: Here we go again (Instrumental) by Floyd Wonder
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Showcasing Your Identity Through Your Craft with Photographer, Marley Morgan
As a proud descendant of the Wiradjuri and Yuwaalaraay nations, Marley Morgan uses her passion for photography to bring insight into motherhood and to explore her Indigenous culture, community and Country. In this episode, Marley chats with Jarrad Seng about the importance of allowing your identity to shine through your photography, the challenges of the industry, and some of the great work she’s doing within the community. Send us feedback and keep up to date with all things Canon by following us on Instagram @canon.nz, check out Marley and Jarrad’s work below!
Finding Your Perspective in Skate Photography ft. Kingsley Attwood
Skate Photographer, Kingsley Attwood joins Ben Journee to chat about his journey in skate photography, the importance of storytelling, how to get your images in a magazine, and what we can all learn about the dynamic world of skate photography.
Join the discussion over on our Canon New Zealand Facebook and Instagram and let us know what you thought of the episode.
You can check out Kingsley's work on Instagram: @kingsleyattwood
Season Two! Meet your Hosts, Ben Journee and Jarrad Seng.
Kia ora and G'Day! The best things in life come in pairs, so the second series of the Canon Conversations Podcast is back with two hosts! Canon New Zealand host, Ben Journee, is joined by Canon Australia's host, Jarrad Seng to bring you some of the most talented photographers and filmmakers from both sides of the ditch.
In this episode, Ben and Jarrad talk through the new podcast format and reminisce on standout moments from their past podcast episodes.
Send us feedback and keep up to date with all things Canon by following us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/canon.nz/
Check out more of Jarrad and Ben's work on Instagram below.
Jarrad Seng: https://www.instagram.com/jarradseng/
Ben Journee: https://www.instagram.com/videolabnz/
Why Aren’t You Using TikTok? ft. Jono Kraettli
Our final episode of Season One of Canon Conversations!
As we begin to close the door on the whirlwind that has been 2020 and look ahead to 2021 I think it’s a perfect time to talk about something I’ve been meaning to on this podcast for a while, and that’s TikTok… Yes, TikTok. The platform you’ve definitely heard of but probably aren’t using to promote your work.
Today I’m joined by Jono Kraettli aka @focalphotographic to talk all about this frenetic, creative, and often confusing app and why as photographers, videographers and creatives we can and (dare I say) should be using this platform to grow our following and promote our work.
Printing in a Digital World ft. Jim Pollard from Trig Point
With our interactions, conversations, work and play in 2020 being experienced more through a screen than ever before, it’s easy to forget the difference a physical experience can make. On today’s show we’re talking with Jim Pollard, internationally acclaimed wedding photographer and co-owner of New Zealand’s first and only Pic-Time approved print and frame house.
We talk about how seeing your work off the screen, printed and framed on the wall can give you a whole new appreciation for your photography. And how the integration of Pic-Time to offer automated printing services for your clients can offer a much needed income boost in times like these!
You can find out more about Trig Point on their website: https://www.trigpointworks.com/
Creative Landscape Photography ft. Jackie Ranken & Mike Langford
Today we’re working on finding our voice and stepping up our creativity, specifically in our landscape photography but these lessons can be applied to any subject matter. Mike and Jackie are two Canon Masters, AIPP winners, educators and absolute legends! They share with me some of their advice for trying new, exciting and experimental techniques in photography and how to truly SEE a landscape, understand what you want to say about it and then translate that into a unique image.
You can find Mike and Jackie’s books available to purchase on their website here: https://www.qccp.co.nz/shop
Guest: @jackieranken and @mikelangford_qccp