A podcast about the craft of photography, covering the skills and technology we contend with on the road from hobbyist to professional.
Candid #59: Nikon Z6 & Z7
Álvaro returns from his trip, and we discuss the new Nikon cameras that showed up while he was gone.
Candid #58: On the Surface Go
Thomas Wong is back on the show with Marius to talk hybrid devices for photographers on the go. The Surface Go, to be precise.
Candid #57: Still Alive
It’s been a while. We’re still here, and we owe you an explanation. Later, Álvaro & Marius chat about Nikon, Peak Design, and Álvaro’s upcoming trip.
Candid #56: Bitten in Inconvenient Places
Álvaro recounts his Argentinian adventures, Marius writes about iPad photography workflows, and we offer some thoughts for the new year.
Candid #55: What's With You and Eating Mosquitos?
Josh welcomes a new family member and Álvaro prepares for a trip. We talk iPhone photography and travel preparation, including dealing with mosquitos, moisture, filters, and backing up your shots on the road.
Candid #54: Mint in Box
We address some listener feedback before talking about our experiences and recommendations for dealing with eBay and other used markets for buying and selling.
Really enjoying it!
I love talking photography. I love the art and I love the tech behind it. The guys are very knowledgable and are fun to listen to.
Keep up the good work 👍
Candid is a very informative podcast for photography. They geek out on a lot of photography tools, gear and Apple :). Also ethical issues about photography are often brought up.
As a long-time listener, one thing I find missing is discussion about improving your photography. Not just the workflow (that's covered) but more on how to get good at photography and resources which would help you become a better photographer.
Update 14th Nov 2016
Woohoo 🎉! That was fast. Episode #33 addressed the above comment about tips on becoming a better photographer. I hope that this is just the start and more advanced and specific topics like portrait photography and tips on shooting in daylight would make their way in future episodes. Thanks for taking the time to read the reviews and acting upon them 👍
P.S. - Forgot to mention in the earlier comment that Photokina 2016's realtime coverage and splitting it into multiple episodes was a really cool idea!
The show is fantastic, the hosts are likable, funny, smart, and entertaining all while discussing topics in photography. The passion they have shows and each episode is better than the last.