Phlogger (Andrew Walmsley)

Phlogger (Andrew Walmsley)

Phlogger is the creative genius of Andrew Walmsley, a blogger and photographer who creates tips and tricks to help fellow photographers. "Phlogger presents" are podcasts with photographers, models and others working in the industry. Don't forget to check the website (phlogger.co.uk) for the latest news.... Show More

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I'm pleased to introduce you to Adam Lee aka "adams walks".  He's a guy who loves travelling on foot and camping around.  Recently he walked the entire length of the UK with a donkey named Martin!!!  It's a fascinating story a man and a pack animal, how they learnt about each other and kept plodding on.  He managed to write on his blog a little about this and even from the perspective of Martin the donkey - w... Read more

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Tuan Bui - episode 68.  We came across Tuan from his beautiful work in the PhotoKlassik magazine.  He's a wedding & film shooter from Chicago who loves travelling too.  What I found really interesting was his choice of technology - lots of polaroids.  This seemed a strange concept especially in the world of high resolution and detail found in the digital world.  So have a listen to why Tuan shoots using large format &... Read more

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November 20, 2019 69 min

In this show, we interview a guy from across the other side of the world, in a diverse country called Australia.  Denis Smith is not only an Olympus visionary but someone who shoots long exposure.  He creates amazing images of orbs and other patterns using long exposure + a multitude of tools.  Some of these are made by his company and sold through his online store.


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Interview with master printer Andrew Sanderson - episode 66 of Photography insights, your one stop guide to interviews with people in the photography industry.

I’m glad to bring you someone from the analogue world of the darkroom today.  Andrew Sanderson is one of a few Ilford master printers and talks to us about black & white printing.  Watch out for his Yorkshire accent and hope you enjoy 2 Andrew’... Read more

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It's so nice to interview from the different areas of the photography world and this one is definitely that!  I remember Ethan launching the Kickstarter project for Cameradactyl back in 2018 and thought wow, how colourful is that, such a different approach.


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For episode 64 I'm going back to my roots with this one, my very first interview was with a street photographer.  I think its just something in some of us to shoot in this way.  So today I've finally had a chance to catch up with the man of shadows and highlights, John Hughes. John is a really good force for street photography, he speaks the truth and from the heart.  If he doesn't like something he will tell you, so if... Read more

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October 23, 2019 14 min

So, for episode 63 you have had to listen to me, myself and I.  Due to having a few days away with my family I have been a little busy to organise a guest this week.  Sorry but this was partially due to me being poorly last week and cancelled my guest - first-ever time!!!


On this episode we discuss :

  • Kodak Alaris competition!
  • Talking at local college about podcasting
  • Retouching ideas<... Read more

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  • For episode 62 we have a talented commercial photographer Christina Zen - who shoots film!


    Christina moved across to film after years of shooting weddings on digital to the world of film!  She bought a Contax 6x4.5 and never looked back.  She talks us through her experiences and provides insights about learning to use film stock effectively.

    Christina shoots a variety of food, lifestyle and other comm... Read more

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    Welcome to episode 61 of Photography insights, with me the Phlogger.  Today I have another first - father and son for guests from the world of film.


    Ned & David Collyer are friendly and talented people who love nothing more than shooting film.  Separated physically and by age (don't worry David we won't say how many decades!).  It's a really unique interview that conveys a  relationship fille... Read more

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    For episode 60 I'm delighted to bring you a quality photographer and friend of mine too - Leon Broomhead.  Leon is what you might call an experimental photographer, shooting styles that involve fashion and abstract but not directly.

    What can I say about Leon, well he is a thoughtful guy, who thinks a lot about his work and how to get the desired outcome.  His work is all about pushing boundaries both in a technical wa... Read more

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    Welcome to episode 59 of Photography insights, your one-stop guide to interviews with people in the photography industry.  Before we move on I wanted to thank you all for listening and supporting the show.  There are a couple of ways you can help further, which are, 1 - leave an iTunes review and to share the show with your friends. One of your friends will be interested, you can guarantee, there is a massive range of people int... Read more

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    Welcome to episode 58 of Photography insights, your one-stop guide to interviews with people in the photography industry.  This time we feature the amazing Clay Patrick Mcbride from New York City.

    He is a senior lecturer at the Rochester Institute of Technology, New York where he teaches advertising photography.  

    Throughout his career as a magazine photographer, he has worked on many assignments with famous musici... Read more

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    Welcome to episode 57 of photography insights, the show that interviews people in the photography industry.   Today we speak with Nick Brandreth from the George Eastman Museum in New York.  We learn about his role there as a specialist and he provides some background on the museum.  

    Nick’s a fun, energetic and motivated guy, that helps everyone learn, as you will tell from the show.

    You will find information inclu... Read more

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    For episode 56 our interview insights looks at Calvin Chinthaka, an amazing fashion photographer from London.  Calvin uses both digital and film to support his work, which also includes cinematography too!

    He puts a lot of time, research and planning in to shoots, which shows in his work.  It's great to see someone using different mediums, from his current Sony's to his Pentax 6x7 film camera.

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    For episode 55 of Photography insights, we interview an alternative male model called Marius.  Okay that's not his real name, but his modelling alias, but that's what is important and who everybody hires.


    I've worked with Marius a couple of times at recent charity group shoots in Lincolnshire and he's a great guy.  He has the character, the laughs and professionalism.  Marius works in the got... Read more

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    Welcome to episode 54 (i think), which features the one and only Dawn, wife of the phlogger!  You've recently had the pleasure of her intro's rather than my dulcit tones, so thought it would be nice for her to join me.

    In this episode we discuss:

  • Podcast changes
  • Podcasts guests coming soon
  • Blogging
  • Instagram
  • Facebook

  • So you may have noticed a change in ... Read more

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     John and Coleen Graybill help run the Curtis legacy foundation and their other business Mountain Spirit photo.  John is a direct descendant of Edward Curtis, a photographer from the late 1800’s/early 1900's who famously photographed the native Americans. John’s foundation is key to protecting and showcasing the work of this photographer. 

    If you don’t know who he was, then dont worry, keep listening, but in short he ... Read more

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     For episode 52 we welcome Adam Sandy, a rather talented cinemaphotographer from the UK.

     

    Podcast contains:

  • Studying visual effects
  • Working alone
  • Collaborating with Instinctive photography
  • Movies on roll film
  • Recommendations + friendships
  • Specialising + niches
  • Differences with videography + stills

  • TIMING

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    I'm very honoured to present our next guest, who will be the least youngest person I've interviewed!


    Since its the 50th anniversary of the moon landings, I've got hold of Robert Shanebook who worked for Kodak.  Not only did he join the biggest film company in the world, but he was part of the team who built the camera used on the Appollo space missions!  Yes I'm talking about the camera that ... Read more

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    July 25, 2019 120 min

    Well folks we made it to episode, so that also means a year of podcasting.  For this one I wanted to have a relaxing chat with some of my prior guests and get an update to what has happened.


    It's been an amazing, emotional and hard working lesson in life.  I've met some very interesting characters around the world whom I now call friends.  From my early days of just using my mobile phone and playing ... Read more

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