Everyday Photography, Every Day

Everyday Photography, Every Day

everyday-photography.fireside.fm
Getting Your Pictures to the Next Level. With No Tech Stuff.
29: Filters and Post Production (Great Photos are Made, Not Shot)
Nov 12 • 16 min
28: Constraints and Photographic “Games”
Nov 10 • 15 min
27: The Annual Thanksgiving Show
Nov 8 • 14 min
26: Creating Personal Projects
Nov 6 • 15 min
25: How NOT to be an Amateurish Amateur
Nov 4 • 13 min
24: Establishing Trust
Nov 2 • 16 min
23: Are Your Pictures Any Good?
Oct 31 • 12 min
22: Walking Around with a Camera
Oct 29 • 17 min
21: On Reading Susan Sontag
Oct 27 • 17 min
20: Truth!
Oct 26 • 20 min
19: The Space Between
Oct 25 • 17 min
Using technologies to capture the "experience" of the photographer is wholly different from what you do when you take a picture.
18: Simplification
Oct 24 • 15 min
17: The Death of Photography?
Oct 22 • 18 min
16: The Rule of Thirds is Bullsh*t, Seriously, and other Topics of Composition
Oct 21 • 17 min
15: The Problem with Video
Oct 17 • 17 min
14: Shooting with the Right Side of your Brain
Oct 15 • 17 min
13: Artists, Amateurs and Pros
Oct 14 • 16 min
12: One Print Only
Oct 12 • 20 min
11: Why Make Prints (part 2) - “It’s not photography if you don’t print it”
Oct 11 • 21 min
10: Get the Cliché Out of the Way
Oct 10 • 19 min
09: Why Make Prints (part 1)
Oct 10 • 16 min
08: The Photograph that got me into Brown
Oct 3 • 10 min
07: The Rubin Collection and Modernism
Oct 3 • 17 min
06: Natural Light, or “If you can see it, you can photograph it”
Oct 2 • 12 min
05: Privacy, Intimacy, and Law
Oct 1 • 13 min
04: Documenting your Life - Small Moments vs. Big Moments
Sep 27 • 10 min
03: Don’t Shoot Everything - Introduction to “Synecdoche” and “Haiku”
Sep 26 • 12 min
02: What’s the Deal with B&W Photography?
Sep 25 • 13 min
01: Composition on the Fly
Sep 24 • 11 min
In this, our first episode, we're starting to figure out this podcasting thing and how to communicate through it. I'd say it took a few episodes before we found our legs, but you'll get the idea…