Today we’re talking about tough times, Loving Everything in Photography, and announcing Andy’s NEW PHOTO BOOK & Exhibit on Brugge. Enjoy! 🙂 Brugge Landscapes: Unlocked for Light” project page: https://phototourbrugge.com/unlocked4light
Feeling clear of his cold/bronchitis(!) for a while, Andy babbles about keeping happy in hard times, where the show is going (a little more pro), and announces his new project. Also, news and views in and around the Nikon z6 II & z7 II as well as the updated Fujifilm 10-24mm and S10 among others.…
This week, a chat and photos slides with tips and thoughts about travel photography situations. Enjoy the photos from Brugge (Bruges) for examples and ideas, all from my times as Photo Tour Brugge ( https://phototourbrugge.com) and feel welcome anytime for an in-person view. 🙂
This week I’m still sick with a cold (hey at least it ain’t COVID!) but still on air and with some quick advice on keeping busy in photography. Apologies for delay on broadcast from last week, you would NOT have enjoyed hearing my sicky-boy voice then haha!
Andy’s Photo Show is a go! 🙂
Guess I was wrong last episode to say This Photo Life was stopping… We’re back and (I think) better than ever! 🙂
1st ever live feed of photo feedback on Andy’s Photo Show, still early days (and small viewership) so after Ricky’s photos I dug into some of my own from Paris in 2016.
Very first live (test) broadcast of Andy’s Photo Show from Aug 30 2020, starts with a presentation of my life in photography before the questions kick in like: Better depth of field with a 50mm lens Shooting photos as a painter JPG vs RAW Level horizons What Andy thinks of Olympus cameras & Micro 4/3…
What better to discuss and muse about for the last episode of this podcast than what to do when things end? From being aware of your work enough to evaluate if things should carry on, what priorities to consider if you’re at that crossroads, and what we can take from these efforts even once they…
This episode I continue and conclude my talk with glamour/adult/erotica photographer about his work as it unfolded into a full time career, the community he cares for next to the photos, and going long into gear talk for what he uses when on the job either on set or otherwise.