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KAI ZAMMIT - Filmmaker, Storyteller and Colour Addict - Episode 39
Nick and Kersten catch up with Kai Zammit, filmmaker, colourist and storyteller par excellence. Kai creates highly cinematic commercials and promotional films for commercial and government clients. He gives an insight into his editing process and talks about the power of storytelling in film and the importance of colour grading in video as well as photography.
IVAN WEISS - Portrait and Headshot Photographer & Headshot Crew Mentor - Episode 38
In this week’s episode, Kersten and Nick meet up with Portait and Headshot Photographer Ivan Weiss. Based in London, Ivan’s distinctive portrait style makes his work stand out from the crowd. As a mentor and instructor for Peter Hurley’s Headshot Crew, Ivan teaches his art to photographers around the world and having just recovered from COVID-19, Nick and Kersten have an opportunity to discuss Ivan’s creative process, Affinity over Photoshop, what makes a great portrait and his outlook for 2021.
KRYS ALEX - Portrait, Editorial and Documentary Photographer - Episode 37
On Monday, October 12th 2020 Krys woke up to a flood of emails and calls from the UK. She found out a photograph she took back in 2017 (that she uploaded to a free stock photography website) was used in a Retrain Government campaign in the UK. To say that she was shocked is an understatement.
Krys Alex is a photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia raised in Kingston, Jamaica. Her work uses tools of photojournalism, portraiture and filmmaking to tell stories. Self-taught with a sincere passion for all things photographic her work makes little distinction between commissioned and personal stories, using both as an opportunity to capture raw emotion. In this episode, Kersten and Nick chat to Krys about her photographic work, the impact of the Rethink Reskill Reboot campaign and what it’s like to witness the events of 2020 in Atlanta through the lens.
MOOSE PETERSON - Wildlife, Landscape and Aviation Photographer - Episode 36
HOWDY! Today’s guest is none other than Moose Peterson, acclaimed wildlife, landscape and aviation photographer, Nikon Ambassador, Kelby One educator and recipient of the John Muir Conservation Award for his efforts as an endangered species advocate. Moose has authored over 29 books and his writing and photography have been published in over 143 magazines worldwide. Kersten and Nick take the opportunity to chat to Moose about what it was like being the first wildlife photographer in the world to embrace digital cameras, sharing photos online, documenting and researching critters in the great outdoors and how the power of a single photograph can save an entire species from extinction.
Christmas Special - Fuji vs Nikon Street Photography, Christmas and Jagermeister Ribs - Episode 35
Nick and Kersten are getting ready for Christmas and discuss a recent street photography trip, shooting black and white and review 2020 and where the Camera Shake Podcast will go for 2021. The guys head to Brighton for a day out to shoot black and white street photography and compare Fuji’s black and white colour profiles to Nick’s Nikon images. It has been an incredible year and always the optimists, Kersten and Nick chat about their favourite bits of 2020.
SEAN LEWTHWAITE - Fine Art, Portrait & Headshot Photographer - Episode 34
Kersten and Nick talk to Stockholm based Scottish portrait and headshot photographer Sean Lewthwaite.
Sean’s background is in graphic design and communication which is all too evident in his unique style of cinematic headshot photography and portraiture. His photography combines fine art with photorealism, striking black and whites as well as muted colour imagery.
Sean gives an insight into his process, shooting actors in Stockholm, creating a connection with the subject and his recent switch from Nikon to Panasonic. He gives valuable advice on how to develop as an artist, deal with criticism and build consistency in your photography work.
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Nick and Kersten are entertaining and witty on topics surrounding everyday life and very informative on photography related matters. Never a dull moment listening to these two, absolutely love the show.