87 episodes

For full stack creators who take photos, make videos and love tech

The Stalman Podcast Tyler Stalman

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 98 Ratings

For full stack creators who take photos, make videos and love tech

    84: Learn to do Anything, with Ali Abdaal

    84: Learn to do Anything, with Ali Abdaal

    A lot of the guests on this show are YouTubers but Ali Abdaal not only has an incredible channel where he talks about tech, productivity and book reviews, he's also a Cambridge University medicine graduate and now works as ajunior doctor in the UK's National Health Service. I want to know how he has time to do it all.


    Watch Ali's podcast video
    Special Guest: Ali Abdaal.
    Sponsored By:
    CleanMyMac X Promo Code: stalmanLinks:
    Not Overthinking, Ali's podcastSong a Day by Jonathan MannOtter AI transcription serviceStocksy - stock photo & videoFilmsupply stock footage

    • 1 hr 5 min
    83: Virtual Production is Here, with Matt Workman

    83: Virtual Production is Here, with Matt Workman

    Your favorite film franchises are all delayed but studios still need to create new content for us to watch. Cinematographer Matt Workman has been hard at work building a Hollywood level production studio at home using maintstream gear.


    Watch the video of the podcast
    Special Guest: Matt Workman.
    Sponsored By:
    CleanMyMac X Promo Code: stalmanModern Workplace by Microsoft

    • 1 hr 11 min
    82: Discretionary Spending, with Jacques Slade

    82: Discretionary Spending, with Jacques Slade

    Sat down with Jacques Slade to talk about the huge shifts we expect to see in consumer culture, when is the right time to wear a Rolex and some of our favorite tools for creating videos.


    Watch the video
    Special Guest: Jacques Slade.
    Sponsored By:
    Modern Workplace by Microsoft

    • 59 min
    81: What to Create Right Now, with iJustine

    81: What to Create Right Now, with iJustine

    iJustine has been creating tech videos since before YouTubers were a thing, so I asked what creators can do while we're all staying home. Turns out it involves giving ourselves haircuts and playing Animal Crossing.


    Watch the video version of the episode https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcCQ7641-xA&t=4s
    Special Guest: Justine Ezarik.
    Links:
    Justine's tweet "What do you guys think is most important for influencers to be doing right now? "Justine's iPad Pro Unboxing and Review - YouTubeLEGO Mario! - YouTube

    • 47 min
    80: Tech and the Pandemic, with Sam Sheffer

    80: Tech and the Pandemic, with Sam Sheffer

    Talking to Sam Sheffer about how Covid-19 changed the world, New York City, and what to expect from tech companies in 2020.


    And a little bit of sunshine in all this, the brand new iPad Pro.


    Links:
    Inside NYC During the Coronavirus Shutdown - Sam on YouTubeBenj Haisch (@benjhaisch) / TwitterMatt Workman (@cinedatabase) / Twitter

    • 1 hr 10 min
    79: Time for Everyone to Learn How to Stream, with Alex Lindsay

    79: Time for Everyone to Learn How to Stream, with Alex Lindsay

    With most of the world suddenly spending all our time in our homes the we communiate online isn't just for creative enthusiasts, it's critical for professional and personl relationships. Alex Lindsay is a co-host of MacBreak Weekly and expert in streaming systems for everyone from major to conferences to Obama, and we had a great conversation about what everybody can to better when we go live.


    Special Guest: Alex Lindsay.
    Links:
    Work with Alex & 090 MEDIA ZoomMoney Stories Podcast, with Ania B

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
98 Ratings

98 Ratings

dinerdog ,

Real world tech & technique!

I love the range of creativity Tyler covers. Photo, video, production, social media etc. Very honest and down to earth as he explains the uncharted journey of media creator today. I also really like his solo podcasts. It's like having a cool best friend in the business who tells you everything. Also, he loves gear (and what creator doesn't) and is constanly trying to improve and simplify the whole process and share that knowledge. Priceless!

Simbarashe ,

Immersive, informative, learning made fun

Tyler’s love for gear differs from a lot of “experts” you find on pods and Youtube clips because he doesn’t find value in the specs; a camera or lens or other piece of equipment has value if it’s actually useful, and it useful if it is also practical. Tyler comes from a perspective of someone who is excited to learn, and that’s what makes the way he teaches and discusses a myriad of topics so fun. The podcast is mostly suitable for photographers and videographers thinking seriously about making images for a living, right up to the level of those entering the true commercial space and finding their way. Like all enthusiasts he has his biases, but he’s at least transparent about them, and at the end of the day he is if nothing else an extremely fair assesser of both product and process. My favourite part about the listen is the cadence with which he speaks; grab a cup of coffee and a notepad and pen and he’s got you covered.

wilsensing ,

Tyler’s podcast is one of my favorites

I always enjoy Tyler’s take on gear, cinematography, and technology, whether he has a guest or is taking it on solo.

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