Category: PhotoActive Podcast

PhotoActive #130: Little-Known Features of Apple Photos

We look at some little-known features in the iOS, iPadOS, and macOS versions of Apple's Photos app.

PhotoActive #128: New iPads and Lightroom Updates

In the latest PhotoActive episode, we discuss the new iPad models announced last week and look at the major updates in the Lightroom and Lightroom Classic.

PhotoActive #127: Hands-On with the iPhone 14 Pro Cameras

Apple says every new iPhone is the Best Ever iPhone, but when it comes to the cameras in the iPhone 14 Pro, could that be more than just hyperbole?

PhotoActive #126: Portfolios with William Neill

The latest PhotoActive episode features William Neill, talking about his new book The Photographer's Portfolio Development Workshop.

PhotoActive #124: Food Photography with Lauren Caris Short

How do you make mouth-watering photos of food? In the latest episode of the PhotoActive podcast, we’re joined by Lauren Caris Short, author of the beautiful new book The Complete Guide to Food Photography to talk about what it takes to be a food photographer. Lighting, food styling, composition… photographing food is a multi-disciplined photo ...

PhotoActive #119: WWDC and New OSes

The latest episode of PhotoActive is out, in which Kirk and I talk about the most intriguing announcements for photographers.

PhotoActive 118: Scott Kelby’s Travel Tips

Scott Kelby joins us this week on the PhotoActive podcast to talk about travel photography, using the years of experience he’s gained and now collected into his new book, The Travel Photography Book.

PhotoActive 117: John Cornicello on Lens Distortion

You've heard the term "zoom with your feet?" It's not that simple.

PhotoActive 116: iPad Photo Editing

The latest episode of the PhotoActive podcast is all about editing photos on the iPad and iPad Pro.

PhotoActive 115: iPhone Camera Tips & Tricks

Millions of people take billions of photos using the built-in Camera app on their iPhones, so we wanted to do an episode all about the clever and sometimes hidden capabilities of this camera that’s always with you. A few things are obvious, but I’m sure there’s at least one or two you may not know ...