PhotoActive 137: Zoom Lenses with Chris Niccols
Chris Niccolls joins us on the PhotoActive podcast to talk about zoom lenses!
Photocombobulate #28: Imposter Syndrome
Imposter syndrome hits everyone, even people we think would be immune to it. Jeff and Mason talk about how to deal and overcome it.
PhotoActive 134: Mike Hipple Lived Through That
On the latest PhotoActive podcast, we talk to Mike Hipple about his book of 90s musicians, Lived Through That.
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.
Photocombobulate #17 – Mistakes Were Made
Jeff and Mason look at embarrassing photo mistakes they've made and try to find a way forward.
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 ...
PhotoActive #83: Raw and ProRAW on the iPhone
On the latest PhotoActive podcast episode, we dig into Apple's new ProRAW photo format, and Kirk McElhearn explores further in a post on his site, Kirkville.com.
Recently on PhotoActive, Episodes 59-61
Kirk McElhearn and I have started 2020 with some great episodes of the PhotoActive podcast, if you’ll indulge my immodesty. As a reminder, PhotoActive is published every two weeks, and you can subscribe in your favorite podcast player or go to PhotoActive.co. < ul> Episode 59: Luminar 4 and Its AI Emphasis. We’ve talked about ...
PhotoActive 58: Rule of Turds
I wrote the title of today’s new PhotoActive episode as a joke, and then knew immediately it needed to stay in: “Rule of Turds.” You’ve heard Kirk mention often that the Rule of Thirds doesn’t exist, so I decided to dig deeper and find out why. It’s a good discussion about composition, expectations, and shooting ...