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A podcast by Canon Australia, where we speak to Australia’s most inspiring photographers, filmmakers and cinematographers to find out what makes them tick, and hear about the tools they use for their craft. Hosted by Photographer and Creative Director, Jarrad Seng.

Canon Convos Canon Australia

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A podcast by Canon Australia, where we speak to Australia’s most inspiring photographers, filmmakers and cinematographers to find out what makes them tick, and hear about the tools they use for their craft. Hosted by Photographer and Creative Director, Jarrad Seng.

    Showcasing Your Identity Through Your Craft with Photographer, Marley Morgan

    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 host and Canon Ambassador, 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: https://www.instagram.com/canonaustralia/

    Check out Marley and Jarrad’s work below! 


    Marley’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barefootwandering.photography/
    Jarrad’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jarradseng/

    • 25 min
    The Dynamic World of Skate Photography, Kingsley Attwood.

    The Dynamic World of Skate Photography, Kingsley Attwood.

    New Zealand based photographer, Kingsley Attwood has made his mark on the skate photography world with his moody and action filled shots. 

    Kingsley's unique style of skate photography has been formed by his continual search to capture the action from unique vantage points, a place where no one else would think of, or a location where no one in the crowd would be able to see the action from. This along with his preference for black and white imagery, allows him to capture fresh and unseen perspectives.

    In this episode Kingsley joins Canon New Zealand host Ben Journee to chat about his creative journey, 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.

    Enjoy! 

    Join the discussion over on our Instagram and let us know what you thought of the episode - https://www.instagram.com/canonaustralia/

    You can check also out Ben and Kingsley's work on Instagram here: 

    Ben Journee - https://www.instagram.com/videolabnz/?hl=en

    Kingsley Attwood - https://www.instagram.com/kingsleyattwood/?hl=en

    • 33 min
    Canon Convos is Back for Season Two! Meet Hosts, Jarrad Seng and Ben Journee.

    Canon Convos is Back for Season Two! Meet Hosts, Jarrad Seng and Ben Journee.

    The best things in life come in pairs, so the second series of the Canon Convos Podcast is back with two hosts! Canon Australia host, Jarrad Seng is joined by Canon New Zealand’s Ben Journee to bring you some of the most talented photographers and filmmakers from both sides of the ditch.

    In this episode Jarrad and Ben 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/canonaustralia/

    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/

    • 28 min
    Building a Successful Photography Business in Another Country with Wedding Photographer, Alex Cohen

    Building a Successful Photography Business in Another Country with Wedding Photographer, Alex Cohen

    Alex Cohen moved from France to Australia over 9 years ago and has since built an incredibly successful career, solidifying herself in the wedding industry.  In this episode, Alex chats to long time friend Jarrad about her journey from one country to another and what it's taken her to build a successful business along the way.

    Alex describes her photography as a true representation of herself: honest, bold and raw. Emotive, romantic, real and without pretense. She touches on this throughout the episode and explains why human connection is the most important element in her craft. 

    It's a great chat to end the year, we hope you enjoy it!

    Check out Alex and Jarrad's work here:
    https://www.instagram.com/jarradseng/
    https://alexandracohenphotography.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/alexcohenphotography/

    • 59 min
    Facing The Industry as Young Photographer with Sienna Kitchener

    Facing The Industry as Young Photographer with Sienna Kitchener

    For a while now we've been delving into the lives of established photographers and videographers but in this episode we've decided to change it up a little, sharing a different perspective from a young and emerging creative.

    Enter, Sienna Kitchener.

    An 18 year old, indigenous photographer and videographer from Northern New South Wales who has been shooting for over 5 years. We've had the pleasure of watching her grow through her involvement in our youth mentoring program Red Straps and boy, does she shine!

    In this episode, Sienna opens up about the challenges she faces as a young creative in the emerging phase of her journey, the impact mentoring has had on her confidence and her career, as well as some insight into the passion projects she's currently working on.

    If you're in the early stages of your career this is a great episode with really insightful tips from both Sienna and Jarrad.

    Enjoy!

    Check out Sienna and Jarrad's work here:
    https://www.instagram.com/jarradseng/
    https://siennakyha.com/work/
    https://www.instagram.com/siennakyha/

    If you want to know more about Sienna's journey, check out this profile we did on our Facebook Page.

    • 54 min
    The Importance of Building Your Own Body of Work with Photographer, Tajette O’Halloran

    The Importance of Building Your Own Body of Work with Photographer, Tajette O’Halloran

    Tajette O’Halloran is an Australian photographer from Melbourne, who’s work centres around her immediate family and the complexities of relationships in Australia’s suburban landscapes. 

    Her work has been exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally and has been awarded and short-listed for a number of photography awards, including the British Journal of Photography Portrait of Humanity Award, the Doug Moran Portrait Prize, and the William & Winifred Bowness Photography Prize.

    In this episode Tajette chats to Jarrad about how building your own body of work can lead to unexpected opportunities, the story behind one of her biggest shoots, and how the lockdown in Victoria affected the way she approaches her creative work. 

    Enjoy!

    Check out Jarrad and Tajette's work on Instagram here:
    https://www.instagram.com/jarradseng/
    https://www.instagram.com/tajetteohalloran

    Here's a blast from the past! Have a read of Tajette's interview with SUNSTUDIOS back in 2019 here.

    • 53 min

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