All episodes

Compromise

Almost all projects – from amateur to the highest levels – involve sacrifices, but when should you make concessions and when should you stick to your guns? In this episode, hosts A...

Academy Award-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister talks to hosts Alan Schaller & Christopher Hooton about his collaborations with Christopher Nolan, his beginnings as a news ...

You've got a great scene or subject in front of you, now where are you going to position the camera? Angles and perspectives are the focus of this episode, with hosts Alan Schaller...

Vincent Peters

Vogue and GQ portrait photographer Vincent Peters joins Alan Schaller and Christopher Hooton to discuss modern celebrity, the need to leave something "unavailable" in an image, and...

In this episode, hosts Alan Schaller and Christopher Hooton consider to what extent fancy cameras and equipment bring you better results, how this differs in terms of photography a...

Dan Sackheim has become a go-to director for television in Hollywood, directing episodes of Game of Thrones, Ozark, Better Call Saul, True Detective, The Leftovers and other major ...

Giving work a title can be an awkward thing. Too ambiguous? Not ambiguous enough? What about commercial or categorisation considerations? Alan and Chris chew all this over, Chris g...

Joel Meyerowitz

Bronx-born photographer Joel Meyerowitz sits down with hosts Alan Schaller and Christopher Hooton to discuss photography as zen archery, New York in the 1970s, a chance meeting wit...

Matt Stuart

Street photographer Matt Stuart discusses his coverage of the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting, the wake-up call that was a plastic bullet whizzing past his head at a Hong Kong protest...

« Newer Episodes Older Episodes »

Play this podcast on Podbean App