Outerfocus is a fortnightly photography podcast that explores the idea of photography. Each episode is a discussion with a photographer and we search for the meaning behind the work, how they got started, who influenced them, and what drives them to continue. It’s about discussion, ideas, and the philosophy of photography.
Outerfocus 60 - Jane Baldwin
Outerfocus turns 60. I hope that you are all well during what is becoming a very troubled time, on a global scale. I believe that there is a different future on the other side and this ‘down time’ can help us to focus on what that will mean. This week...
Outerfocus 59 - Lauren Maccabee
You made through another two weeks. That means we’re two weeks closer to things getting back to normal. I hope you are all doing well and finding your own methods for not going completely mad. I think I’m starting to see some light at the end of the...
Outerfocus 58 - Norma I. Quintana
Hello again! Another two weeks passes……I hope that you are all doing well and are still coping during this very peculiar time. I think it’s a real struggle for people to get a grasp of what they should be doing when they can’t get out and do the thing...
Outerfocus 57 - David Gibson
Outerfocus 56 - Czesław Siegieda
Still on lockdown-ish and enjoying getting back to recording conversations. It’s surprising easy to pin people down when they have to stay home!This time we talk with, Czesław Siegieda (Jan) about his excellent new book - Polska Britannica. Jan tells us...
Outerfocus 55 - Polly Rusyn
There is global pandemic, which means I have a little more time on my hands to get some conversations recorded. Every cloud…..Welcome to Outerfocus 55 with Poly Rusyn©Polly RusynPolly is a London-based freelance photographer and street photography...
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Refreshing and sooo neded in this photography world
So damm refreshing to listen to a podcast with great discussion on the craft of the art ... about where this art form originated from ... thoughts and musings on photography and the great photographers who came before us , and the craft as it exists today ... so needed in the photography world today .