Category: Podcasts

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 ...

Photocombobulate #17 – Mistakes Were Made

Jeff and Mason look at embarrassing photo mistakes they've made and try to find a way forward.

PhotoActive 115: Bryan Jones on Why Color Doesn’t Exist

When Kirk bought his Leica Monochrom, I knew we'd get into more black-and-white content on the PhotoActive podcast, but this week we may have taken it too far. We welcome back retinal neuroscientist Bryan Jones as our guest to talk about why color doesn't even exist!

Photocombobulate Episode 7: The iPhone 13 Pro

We took the iPhone 13 Pro on an epic Sierra Nevada photo adventure! It could be the best camera you own.

It’s Time to Photocombobulate!

My new podcast Photocombobulate is now live, unraveling so many of the confusing aspects of photography with my good friend and fellow photographer Mason Marsh.

Talking Luminar AI and My New Book on MacVoices

I joined Chuck Joiner on MacVoices to talk about Luminar AI and my new book, The Photographer's Guide to Luminar AI.

PhotoActive Podcast: Bryan William Jones on How We See

One of the great joys of co-hosting the PhotoActive Podcast is getting to talk to smart, interesting people related to photography. In the latest episode, we chat with retinal neuroscientist and photographer Bryan William Jones about how we see the world, and how that translates to what our cameras see. I was surprised to learn ...

Why Webcams Aren’t Good Enough

Standalone webcams... stink. I wrote a big article explaining why, and was interviewed about it by MacVoices.