100 episodes

The Wandering DP Podcast is the ultimate source for cinematography knowledge, news, and interviews. From one on one interviews with some of today's top directors of photography to educational components on how you can capture better images, it is your home for information on the art of digital cinematography. Whether you are new to the camera department or are a professional DP, there is something to be learned and put in to action in each and every episode.

The Wandering DP Podcast Patrick O'Sullivan - Cinematographer, Director of Photography, & Leica M Enthusiast

    • Visual Arts
    • 4.9, 205 Ratings

The Wandering DP Podcast is the ultimate source for cinematography knowledge, news, and interviews. From one on one interviews with some of today's top directors of photography to educational components on how you can capture better images, it is your home for information on the art of digital cinematography. Whether you are new to the camera department or are a professional DP, there is something to be learned and put in to action in each and every episode.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
205 Ratings
205 Ratings
Luke Sorensen ,

Best DP daytime talk show on the net.

This man knows the secret sauce behind making the best images out there. He can push Xeens primes past their potential and is a pixel wizard on the Blackmagic camera tech. Hit subscribe already.

pmicq ,

Subjects are great

well done, love how you really get into the tech, but also the feelings behind the artist you interview. Well researched. Glad the intro music is getting better.

Peter Garafalo ,

The Best Cinematography Podcast

I’ve been on a cinematography podcast binge over the past year and have listened through all the major ones from beginning to end. Wandering DP is by far the most comprehensive and best mix of tech, artistry, and industry knowledge.
I’ve noticed improvements in my work since studying his breakdowns and the interviews are really inspirational. The host, Patrick, has an odd, but charming sense of humor and just the right personal touch.

Note: The breakdown episodes really do need to be listened to while referencing the stills in the show notes.

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