Welcome to Episode 106. This time we explore the idea of emotional commotion, what it means, why it matters and how you know you are achieving it.Read More
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Welcome to episode 105 of Make Better Photos and Videos. This time we look at tips for shooting in the wintertime.
It’s a popular idea that you can see the difference in resolution between two cameras comparing results on a screen. You really cannot, and in this episode we explore why that’s so. This doesn’t mean that you cannot like the overall results from one camera over another, it simply means that screens don’t have the resolution to make accurate resolution comparisons. Have a listen and learn more.Read More
It’s easy to talk about getting better as an image creator. Doing it is not so easy so in this episode we look at a proven method to help you improve in your image making. Welcome to Episode 103 and have a listen.Read More
Hey folks! Welcome to Episode 101 of the Make Better Photos and Videos podcast. In this episode, I go into the various naming constructs for neutral density filters to help you better understand all the muck and translate it into something useful for you.Read More
Welcome to Episode #100 of the Make Better Photos and Videos podcast. This is a milestone for sure and I am very appreciative of everyone who invests the time to listen. On this episode, I am joined by my special guest Fernando Santos. Nando and I are the two moderators for the KelbyOne Community provided to KelbyOne members. While I have been shooting video for some time, it’s new for Nando, and he suggested that we do an episode as a conversation where he asked the real questions that still photographers who have not done video want answers for. I thought that his suggestion was brilliant and you can listen in to how it all went here. Since the recording, he’s already done a couple of videos to promote a workshop that he is doing in Lisbon as his “instructional tests” and he’s very happy with how easy it has proven to be.Read More
Hey folks, welcome to Episode 99 of the Make Better Photos and Videos Podcast. There are a rare number of tools that can objectively help you improve as much as an excellent critique. Sadly, the term is misused and more often than not refers to uninformed criticism, which is not helpful. Listen in and learn what makes a useful critique and what to stop wasting your time on.Read More
Hey listeners, join me for episode 96 where I have a great time chatting with my friend, photographer and educator Glyn Dewis. Glyn is a major talent and brings real world practicality to his work.Read More
Welcome to episode 95. In this episode, I talk about how I have been recently using Custom shooting modes in my cameras to provide fast switching between different shooting scenarios in minimum time.Read More
EXIF information from your own images can be a great personal learning tool, but noting and trying to us someone's else's exposure settings for your own images is not going to help you. Listen in to find out why this practice is a waste of time.Read More
Hey folks! Welcome to Episode 92 of Make Better Photos and Videos. This episode I help you escape from the BS Land states of Sensor Size, Crop Factor and Megapixel. Time to slay the confusion mongers and get to the facts so you can make decisions that are right for your needs.Read More
I am extremely excited to share this conversation with Scott Kelby. Its not all about feeds and speeds and we spend our time talking about photographic education, what works, what trends are growing and the power of being together while learning. I am very appreciative of Scott's time.Read More
The idea of a home or portable studio is a great idea, but there are so many options, how do you know which way to go? Why do you need a background in the first place? Join me on Episode 87 of Make Better Photos and Videos and get the answers.Read More