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Quality control

We discuss separating the good ideas from the bad, balancing frequency and quality, and learning to say no to yourself.

David Yarrow

Photographer David Yarrow joins us to discuss his distinctive black-and-white photos of wildlife, how shooting a bobsleigh race opened him up to the possibility of 'fine art photog...

In this episode we speak with Ted Griffin, a screenwriter best known for writing Ocean's Eleven (2001), who also co-produced The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) and executive produced U...

Shooting strangers

Photographing someone you've never met and who is likely just going about their day is a strange thing, especially in this bizarre, often isolated modern world. In this episode, we...

Tran Tuan Viet

Vietnamese photographer Tran Tuan Viet (@vietsui) joins hosts Alan Schaller and Christopher Hooton to discuss his photographic mission to show the natural beauty and life of people...

'Fine art' is a term that helped to get photography taken seriously, but is the distinction still useful? We discuss the false dichotomy of 'art' and 'non-art', and the generally b...

Ray Collins

Ocean photographer Ray Collins talks to hosts Alan Schaller and Christopher Hooton about the anatomy of a wave, risking life and limb for 'the shot', and how a severe injury down a...

Technology has blurred the lines between that which is candid and that which is created. But is one more legitimate than the other? We try and talk constructively about editing, th...

Oscar-winning director of photography Robert Elswit joins hosts Alan Schaller and Christopher Hooton to discuss his long-running partnership with director Paul Thomas Anderson, mak...

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