Join hosts Allen Murabayashi and Sarah Jacobs for a look at photography, gear, pressing issues and inspiration. Get all the links on our blog at http://blog.photoshelter.com
Nikon Ambassador Joey Terrill on His Career as a Freelance Photographer
Nikon Ambassador and lighting expert Joey Terrill sat down to talk with us about his decision to pursue commercial photography unlike his brother Mark, a well-known photojournalist for the AP.
Sage Spirit – An Interview with Conservation Photographer Dave Showalter
Colorado-based photographer Dave Showalter focuses on Western Conservation. A fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers, Dave has published two books about the importance of the prairie ecosystem in the Great Plains and the plants and creatures that inhabit the area.
Send in the Geeks! An Interview with Melissa Lyttle
Independent photojournalist and National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) President Melissa Lyttle sits down with PhotoShelter's Allen Murabayashi a day after her annual Geek Fest photography festival to talk about the freelance life, the value of an NPPA membership and sexual harassment in the industry.
Pulitzer Prize Winner Deanne Fitzmaurice
Live from the Summit California Sports Workshop, we speak with Pulitzer Prize winner Deanne Fitzmaurice about judging the College Photographer of the Year Award and ensuing controversy about the winner's portfolio, ethics in photojournalism, the freelance life, sexual harassment in the industry, and much more.
An Interview with Conservation Photographer Michael Forsberg
Michael Forsberg has spent his career focused on his hometown of Nebraska. The area which is sometimes pejoratively referred to as "fly over" country is actually home to the Great Plains (an integral part of the nation's bread basket and ecosystem diversity) and massive watersheds that provide life to humans and animals alike. We interviewed Forsberg at the Photography at the Summit Nature Workshop where he serves as faculty.
An Interview with Wildlife Photographer Melissa Groo
PhotoShelter's Allen Murabayashi interviews wildlife photographer Melissa Groo, winner of the 2016 Audubon Photography Award on her concern for conservation, ethics, and the challenges of making a career in wildlife photography.
I LOVE this PHOTOGRAPHY podcast
The hosts are knowledgable but personable and take us into the photography world and help us to see all the important things going on in it. I love it.
I love photography!
As a non-photographer, this is still my favorite look into the photo world. Plus, Sarah Jacobs is the best.
Walking the walk
Insightful and fun to listen to. Allen and Sarah clearly “get it” and can then share their insight and enthusiasm. Worth a listen!