Everyday Photography (Every Day)" is a weekly podcast where you get to listen in on a chat between a photographer (Rubin) and a regular human (Suzanne Fritz-Hanson) with an eye on making your pictures amazing and helping you enjoy your photography more. No technical stuff. No talk of gear or software. Just photography for the fun of it.
Rubin brings a unique perspective to consumer media: a student of Jerry Uelsmann; an amateur photographer for 40 years; formerly of Lucasfilm, Netflix and Adobe; director of The Rubin Collection of Photography; and founder of Neomodern, he's long been passionate about advancing the language of photography.
** Enjoy show notes at www.neomodern.com/podcast
Discovering Light with Janet Sternburg
Sternburg's book of Los Angeles during the lockdown, "I've Been Walking," was just released in the US, so we sat down to hear about the moments that have lead here and her work.
Santa Fe Live
Suzanne visits New Mexico, as we ramp up the season and catch up on photographic events.
"Photographic Haiku" and Zen Arts for Creative Photographers
Rubin and Suzanne go over the application of Zen Arts to learning photography, particularly for beginners, and how his workshop has become one of the more popular online courses at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. There's an intersection of haiku and photography, that once understood, will completely shift the way you take and look at pictures.
Leaning into Unpredictability: The Dreams of Susan Burnstine
She builds her cameras. She closes her eyes when she shoots. Susan Burnstine is processing her dreams into haunting and beautiful images--a fascinating photographer. Meet her.
Inside Photo-Eye, with Anne Kelly
For over 40 years Photo-Eye has been an institution of the photographic arts. Their bookstore and gallery is the stuff of legend. We sat down with Anne Kelly to get the scoop on their history, finding new talent, NFTs (!) and the changing nature of photography.
From Ski Bum to Celebrity Photographer: Hang with Jeff Lipsky
His roster of portraits is amazing--but his career path is inspiring. Meet Jeff Lipsky, who went from Telluride ski bum to Hollywood photographer.
Why make photographs
I particularly like the "why" of photography. Sounds like an oxymoron to listen to people talk about photographs - but they do a great job and make it work. Give it a few listens and you'll get hooked.
Fantastic breath of fresh air
Give yourself a break from obsession over gear or software technique. Many episodes feature fascinating guest photographers of all kinds. Episodes with Michael and Suzanne are great too. Philosophy, Aesthetics, History. Check it out! SF based.
Find your muse in an entertaining conversation
As a long-time casual photographer, I have sometimes found myself in a rut--bored of what I'm producing, but unsure how to change things up. Sometimes I've reinvigorated my interest with a purchase (a new lens, say), sometimes with an exercise (textures, triangles, etc.), and sometimes with some inspiration. This podcast is an inspiration for anyone who likes photography, and needs a little push to expand their horizons. Mike and Suzanne do it, not by bamboozling you with technical specifications, but by helping you develop your eye. It comes across not like being instructed, but more like a cocktail conversation that has you itching to speak up as well. I'm glad I got turned on to this.