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The Palm Springs Photo Festival podcasts contain interviews with its world famous and influential workshop instructors.

The Palm Springs Photo Festival Connect offers professional, emerging professional and serious advanced amateur photographers the opportunity to study with legendary photographers, show portfolios in our celebrated portfolio review program, check out and shoot with the latest gear, attend cutting-edge seminars, symposiums, networking events and enjoy evening presentations by world famous image-makers. The inevitable relationships that are made or renewed at PSPF are often transformative!

Palm Springs Photo Festival Podcas‪t‬ JEFF DUNAS

    • Visual Arts
    • 4.9 • 9 Ratings

The Palm Springs Photo Festival podcasts contain interviews with its world famous and influential workshop instructors.

The Palm Springs Photo Festival Connect offers professional, emerging professional and serious advanced amateur photographers the opportunity to study with legendary photographers, show portfolios in our celebrated portfolio review program, check out and shoot with the latest gear, attend cutting-edge seminars, symposiums, networking events and enjoy evening presentations by world famous image-makers. The inevitable relationships that are made or renewed at PSPF are often transformative!

    PALM SPRINGS PHOTO FESTIVAL PODCAST #22, Conversation 41: Photographer Doug Menuez

    PALM SPRINGS PHOTO FESTIVAL PODCAST #22, Conversation 41: Photographer Doug Menuez

    Doug Menuez, photojournalist, gonzo photographer, epic raconteur, bluesman and educator talks about his career choices and the ideas and events that led him to document the birth through maturity of Silicon Valley including his breakthrough introduction to Steve Jobs and all the other first-generation founders of the digital age plus the million + images he made there that now reside in the Library of Stanford University. 

    • 1 hr 52 min
    PSPF PODCAST #20, Two-part Conversation 40: David Hume Kennerly: Part TWO.

    PSPF PODCAST #20, Two-part Conversation 40: David Hume Kennerly: Part TWO.

    Photojournalist, political wire photographer & Pulitzer prize-winner David Hume Kennerly has been in the room with his cameras when nearly every major American political event in the latter 20th  and 21st centuries took place. White House photographer under Gerald Ford, he's photographed every president since LBJ and most world leaders in his 50+ year career. His often irreverent humor permeates his remembrances and descriptions of the circumstances that led to his greatest photographs. Not to be missed.

    • 59 min
    PSPF PODCAST #20, Two-part Conversation 40: David Hume Kennerly

    PSPF PODCAST #20, Two-part Conversation 40: David Hume Kennerly

    Photojournalist, political wire photographer & Pulitzer prize-winner David Hume Kennerly has been in the room when nearly every major American political event in the latter 20th  and 21st centuries took place. White House photographer under Gerald Ford, he's photographed every president since LBJ and most world leaders in his 50+ year career. His often irreverent humor permeates his stories of the circumstances that led to his greatest photographs in this podcast. Not to be missed. Parts I & II available.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    PSPF PODCAST #19, Conversation 38: Mona Kuhn

    PSPF PODCAST #19, Conversation 38: Mona Kuhn

    Fine art star Mona Kuhn Talks about her meteoric rise, what keeps here there, her early years and her remarkable process. Her relationships with her subjects, the difficulties she deals with on the web and reveals her wonderful approach to life that informs her work. Nudes represent a difficult subject yet Kuhn has found her voice and her seat at the table.

    • 1 hr 43 min
    PSPF Podcast #18, Conversation 37: Photojournalist Barbara Davidson, 3-time Pulitzer and Emmy winning Guggenheim Fellow talks to PSPF about her rise to the top of her field to be amongst the most recognized practitioners in the world.

    PSPF Podcast #18, Conversation 37: Photojournalist Barbara Davidson, 3-time Pulitzer and Emmy winning Guggenheim Fellow talks to PSPF about her rise to the top of her field to be amongst the most recognized practitioners in the world.

    Photojournalist Barbara Davidson, 3-time Pulitzer and Emmy winning Guggenheim Fellow talks to PSPF about her early years as a self-described hellion in Montreal, her captivity in Croatia, her heroes and her jobs for leading US news media over a 20-year career. Her comments on her process illuminate how she’s risen from modest beginnings to the top of a male-dominated field to be amongst the most recognized practitioners in the world.

    • 2 hr
    PSPF Podcast # 17. The Legendary rock & folk music photographer Henry Diltz talks about the 60s, Mamma Cass, CSN&Y, Joni, Laurel Canyon, the truth about herb, print sales and Life happening when you're doing something else.

    PSPF Podcast # 17. The Legendary rock & folk music photographer Henry Diltz talks about the 60s, Mamma Cass, CSN&Y, Joni, Laurel Canyon, the truth about herb, print sales and Life happening when you're doing something else.

    In a raucous, candid and humorous interview Diltz tells of the historic Laurel Canyon days of the sixties with pals like Steven Stills, Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, the Doors, James Taylor, Mama Cass, John Sebastian and the whole range of American rock, folk music and pop culture legends he photographed before they were famous and over the next 50 years. It’s thought that Henry may have sold more prints than any photographer in history.

    • 1 hr 46 min

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