TWIP is a weekly podcast where we take deep-dives into various facets of the photography industry. We talk with photographers of all skill levels and cover everything from photographic technique to business, and even some highly controversial topics.
In this interview, I sit down with Los Angeles, California-based photographer, James Anthony. James' career is on fire in tinsel-town. He has been photographing some of the most talented and iconic celebrities on the planet while also remaining genuine, approachable, and humble. We talk about some of his adventures in LA, from covering star-studded events to making celeb street portraits.
As an Adobe Ambassador, James is he...
This week's episode features two amazing Lightroom and Photoshop trainers who have made it their life’s work to teach others how to the apps.
Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski will be joining me for a discussion about the world of photographic post-processing, Lightroom+Photoshop, and how to maximize the Adobe photography ecosystem.
We also discuss their upcoming FREE Lightroom Virtual Summit! The event takes place May 3...
This week I chat with photographer and documentary filmmaker Ian Shive. We discuss his new nature special The Last Unknown. We dive into preparing for a trip of this magnitude. We cover funding, gears, drones, challenges, and more.
Greg Benz, creator of Lumenzia, the popular luminosity masking panel for Photoshop gives a walk-thru of how luminosity masking can help photographers take their photos to new levels! http://www.gregbenzphotography.com
In this episode, I'm joined by BlackMagic Design's Bob Caniglia. We discuss some of the company's most recent product announcements and the BlackMagic product line. We dive into how everyday content creators can get Hollywood-style results with very little investment.
Evan Tanaka is a photographer and videographer based in Los Angeles, California. He specializes in working with small and seasoned brands and helps bring their message to life.
During the pandemic, Evan pivoted and created Naka Studios, an amazing and fast-growing commercial photography studio based in Los Angeles, California.
Joe Edelman and Udi Tirosh join the podcast to discuss LED lighting and strobe. What are the different qualities of LED lighting, and why should you care? And what about strobe? Every "real" photographer understands flash, right? ;-)
We discuss all of this and more in this illuminating discussion.
Chris Berry shares some initial thoughts on the newly announced Fujifilm GFX 100s camera.
https://fujifilm-x.com/global/products/cameras/gfx100s/ Chris on IG: http://www.instagram.com/_christopherberry_
In this episode, it's a long-overdue catch-up chat with my friend Valérie Jardin! We take a deep dive into her perspectives and personal dogma pertaining to her style of Street Photography. You'll also learn why she thinks "Street Photography" is a misleading term!
In this week's episode, I have a fantastic conversation with the amazing Digital Storyteller and Content Strategist Amy DeLouise! We discuss creativity, filmmaking, and what it takes to be a multi-platform content creative.
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In this episode, I speak with veteran street photographer Gerard Exupery. Gerard has been photographing the story of New York City for several decades and has a very unique perspective on "The Big Apple".
We discuss the art of photographing strangers in a city like NYC and how he does it, safely.
In this interview, CreativeLive's Kenna Klosterman and I discuss photography education, finding your niche, and her "mindful adventures" trips. We also chat about gear acquisition syndrome, also known as GAS, and how to combat it.
Kenna Klosterman is a travel photographer, global tour & retreat leader, podcaster, international MC, educator, and culture explorer. You also may know her as the Host of CreativeLive, th...
In this episode, I catch up with Adobe's Brenda Milis- Principal of Creative and Consumer Insights. We dive into the mainstream trends that set the stage for your creative work in 2021.
Brenda is a photo industry veteran and experienced creative director, Brenda leads trend research for Adobe Stock. She collaborates with creative teams at Adobe and external partners to navigate the constant shifts in the cultural and visual la...
In this episode, I speak with Alexis Hunley. She's a photographer based in Los Angeles California. Recently she has found herself in the middle of intersecting world events — photographing Black Lives Matter protests and Trump rallies... all in a city that has been absolutely hammered by the COVID-19 disaster.
We talk about how she's able to separate the photography from the reality that is happening around her. Especial...
This week I chat with futurist and filmmaker, Maxim Jago. We talk about his latest project, The Creativity Conference, taking place January 22nd - 24th. It's a completely free virtual event for creatives featuring 90 presentations, 67 speakers, 7 panels, and 3 keynotes! And it's completely free.
Maxim and I discuss who the conference is for, and also the elusive world of creativity — what is it? How do you know if you have...
In this interview Kaylee Greer and I discuss her amazing career creating wonderful photographs of dogs, and teaching others to do the same. We have a fascinating discussion about story, vision, and pursuing your passion.
In this first TWIP episode of 2021, I'm joined by the amazingly talented Fujifilm X-Photographer, Karen Hutton!
Karen and I discuss her creative approach and drive, and the force behind her to create. We also discuss her decision to switch from Mac to Windows (but she still loves her iPad). And her path to finding her "perfect camera"... spoiler, it's from Fujifilm!
Professional Fujifilm X-Photograp...
In this interview, I sit down with skateboarding and sports photographer Atiba Jefferson. Atiba is a recent inductee into the Canon Explorer of Light Program. He has a style as diverse and energetic as his personality!
Atiba and I discuss his career path, gear choices, and what projects he is considering taking on in 2021.
This week we take a deep dive into the world of 360º photography. Topics include the state of the industry, the tools, and the proper use of this immersive format. I'm joined by Vineet Devaiah, CEO of Teliportme.com. And Marc Charette, the force behind WorkPics360.com.
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