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Photographer, former wildlife biologist, and owner of Blue Planet Photography, Mike Shipman discusses a variety of topics related to the why of photography, art, science, philosophy, and the creative process, including observations on the industry and business of photography, photography trip and workshop summaries, book and website reviews, periodic equipment reviews, and topics related to science and ecology.

Don't Hurry, Be Curious Mike Shipman

    • Visual Arts
    • 3.0 • 2 Ratings

Photographer, former wildlife biologist, and owner of Blue Planet Photography, Mike Shipman discusses a variety of topics related to the why of photography, art, science, philosophy, and the creative process, including observations on the industry and business of photography, photography trip and workshop summaries, book and website reviews, periodic equipment reviews, and topics related to science and ecology.

    Don’t Hurry, Be Curious Podcast: Episode 2

    Don’t Hurry, Be Curious Podcast: Episode 2

    Episode 2: Photography as a Way
    In this episode we ask the question "what role does photography play in your life?" and explore the meaning of a Way and Way of Life as it pertains to photography and art.

    • 16 min
    Don’t Hurry, Be Curious Podcast: Episode 1

    Don’t Hurry, Be Curious Podcast: Episode 1

    Episode 1: Phodogma
    In my inaugural podcast I introduce myself and the podcast. My first topic is Phodogma, a term I think I just coined, which refers to the dogmatic belief in photography of various things from “status” to the “Rules”. I’ll occasionally have a segment about unwarranted beliefs in photography. In this Phodogma episode I talk about four dogmatic beliefs that some people think convey some kind of status on a photographer. These are:

    1. Auto vs Manual
    2. JPG vs Raw
    3. Equipment
    4. Film vs Digital

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

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2 Ratings

blueplanetphoto ,

Apologies. New content coming soon

Sorry about dropping the ball. I got “hung up” with work in my photography business then some time evaluating what I was interested in and what I was capable of. Typical artist self-conversations, right? I remember when I was researching podcasting and seeing some people just drop out of sight after a few episodes and I told myself I wouldn’t do that. But life has other ideas. I do plan to get back to podcasting soon. I still have my episode list, with new additions.

One eyed fishermen ,

Any updates

Just wondering when your gonna put up another podcast

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