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What is the best lens to use if you are shooting a portrait? Is now a good time to buy a new DSLR or should you wait for whatever is coming next? What software makes the most of your photos and is it worth the price? Which products and accessories must you have in your camera bag, and which can you avoid? What are the best resources for digital camera reviews and price comparisons? If you have ever asked questions like those, you will find the answers on Digital Photography Life: Make Every ...
 
The TOGCHAT Photography Podcast with Joe Edelman focuses on the HOW’S and WHY’S behind making consistently great photographs. Regardless of your skill level, if you are working to improve your photography, this is the photography podcast for you. The TOGCHAT Photography Podcast hosted by award-winning photographer and photo educator Joe Edelman is listened to by a growing community of photographers and photo enthusiasts in over 100 countries. Join me each week for exclusive interviews with r ...
 
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This month marks 10 years since I started doing photography and I thought it would be great to go over some lessons I've learnt over this period. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:50 News Topics – 09:15 Main topic – 21:20 Links: Sigma Announces the 90mm f/2.8 and 24mm f/2 Prime Lenses Laowa Announces the Argus 35mm f/0.95 Full-Frame Lens Twitte…
 
Shooting a wedding for an established professional wedding photographer. How does that feel? This week we find out from our special guest Anna McCarthy who shot our own Mullins’ big day. We also talk about personal photographic style. Is it real? There’s advice on lens upgrades, Kev and Neale consider truck driving again and we talk about upgrading…
 
Kev and Neale discuss their ‘new' photography company, we talk about ’Tonygate’, ask what might happen if Fujifilm stopped making cameras, we open up the X100V clinic, chat about in camera digital bokeh and try to solve a rapid focusing issue. We also ask how trustworthy second shooters are, what subject matter you would find ultimately hard to pho…
 
Kev is recovering after his marathon of weddings, so it’s a welcome sit down for a coffee and chat about what makes the perfect photo book design. We also talk about swapping our X-Ts and X-Pros for a GFX, the latest Fujifilm Summit, Kev gives dubious flying advice for nervous fliers but sterling advice for a sixteen year looking at a photographic …
 
I've been using Flickr since I first started Photography in 2011 and it's my main platform for sharing images. In this episode I discuss the top 4 changes I'd like to see added to Flickr. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:30 News Topics – 05:24 Main topic – 15:30 Links: US Government Wants Facebook to Sell Instagram Godox’s New V860III Speedlig…
 
Kev’s not convinced he should join Celebrity Love Island, but he has drunk Malmesbury clean dry of booze! This week’s questions include; “Why do on board clarity settings slow my camera down, what wedding traditions are photographically wearing, have you joined Glass yet, will you be turning your LIKES counter off, what’s wrong with the dual should…
 
Mullins is buying a horse box. Is equestrian photography about to become his latest photographic skillset? Why buy a lens cloth when old used underwear is an option, should I avoid any and all children appearing in my street pictures, are we too negative about social media, do I HAVE to shoot film, should my business post Covid embrace multi genres…
 
When you are first starting out at photography, it can be the most fun time. As you learn more, certain aspects of photography can disappear for some. In this episode, I discuss balancing skill with fun when it comes to photography. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:34 News Topics – 02:43 Main topic – 09:00 Links: DJI Ultralight Mini SE Drone R…
 
Neale is literally mining for questions and Kev is inviting a star studded list of photographers to take turns in photographing his big day; just another week really. We talk camera button layouts, dealing with trolls and negative comments, looking after your back when hauling gear, planning your own workshops, photographing Mrs. Stephenson, camera…
 
Is Kev going to be the next Mick Rock? The boys talk about back to back event shooting and miles under the wheels. Oh why can’t we have a monochrome Fujifilm camera, why so many menus, what is the correct dress code for photographing an event and is teeth whitening really necessary? We talk on the road ‘disasters,’ scanning legacy prints, being rea…
 
We often hear about fashion and clothing stylists and even food stylists, but every bit as important is the prop stylist. The folks who curate all the finishing touches that give a shot its sense of time and place. Prop stylists are often the real behind the scenes heroes of the amazing images that we see in magazines and advertisements. New York b…
 
Grey market gear can be quite a controversial topic in Photography due to how camera manufacturers deal with it. In this episode I discuss what I see as being the real issue with grey market gear. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:34 News Topics – 02:43 Main topic – 09:00 Links: Tamron 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 coming to Fujifilm X Mount EXIF Data Con…
 
Neale and Kev feel like the only masked photographers in town plus questions include: Why don’t you change the name of the show, where does photography fall in the most furloughed industries list, why do photographers shoot multiple systems, which movie directors inspire you photographically and do you shoot with vintage lenses? We also talk film s…
 
Kev’s overheating and he’s had just four hours sleep in as many days! Neale is pining for Africa again as the boys talk about where they’d like to make photo stories when the world opens up. Tamron has a new lens for us to look forward to, packing a bag for 24 hours in New York City, The Great British Photography Challenge, watermarking, a tool tha…
 
Wedding Photography. So many new photographers decide to shoot weddings because they think it is a sound money making genre. So many wedding photography businesses fail quickly because said photographers had no idea how much work is actually involved in shooting a wedding and running a wedding business. It takes a special person to not only be good…
 
Sometimes life can get in the way of our hobbies and photography is no exception. In this episode I discuss some ways to get back into things after taking a break. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:38 News Topics – 03:14 Main topic – 12:20 Links: Venus Optics Unveils 14mm f/4 Zero-D Lens for Canon and Nikon DSLR's Fujifilm GFX50s Mark II to Be …
 
Free Brewdog has appeared, but we promise to present the show sober! This week, the big question: Just HOW can you become a Fujifilm brand ambassador? We also talk custom settings, how to ‘raise’ the buttons on the back of your cameras, mask wearing on jobs, EVF v OVF, keeping or selling cameras, the state of Kev’s kit and we ask; “Is every picture…
 
I had a great conversation this week with Mr. Marc Silber. Marc is a life-long photographer, best-selling author three times over, filmmaker and host of the Advancing Your Photography YouTube series. Marc started out learning darkroom skills and the basics of photography at the legendary Peninsula School in Menlo Park, CA, in the '60s. If you are n…
 
Kev is losing it, well he’s lost his memories cards, batteries and a whole X-Pro2! Lockdown losses. Some ’sound’ advice for budding podcasters, we talk URBEX (urban exploration photography), zooms versus primes, attending college to learn photography and workshops, using Instax printers at events and is Twitter the new way to share pictures? Are yo…
 
Who knew? Elopement Photography. I honestly didn't know it was a thing. I learned about this growing niche of wedding photography recently and in my search to find a great elopement photographer to speak with, I found an awesome photographer and entrepreneur — Brianna Parks. Brianna is a 22-year-old California and Pacific Northwest elopement photog…
 
For many photographers out there Instagram has been the main site they use to share their images. That may change soon now as Instagram have announced they are no longer a photo sharing app. In this episode I discuss this news and what it could mean for the photography community. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:43 News Topics – 02:43 Main top…
 
Kevin makes number 11 in the hip hop charts and plans to go on tour! A new career perhaps? Neale's bleep machine is on fire this week as Kev gets proper irate about politics. Over in photo making land though, we talk Snapseed, destination wedding work, editing on iPads, design foibles, white balance, HDR shooting, sensor cleaning, switching from Ni…
 
I want to have a chat about providing value and a great experience. This isn't JUST for professional photographers. Regardless of the genre that you shoot, if you share your work online or get paid to take photographs, this conversation can help you. I am finding that there is quite a bit of confusion about what value really means. So I'd like to s…
 
Neale is hiding his new camera purchase, the boys dip back into their Irish heritage for a green passport that may allow them to shoot weddings in Europe and Kev gives more X Raw Studio advice. How do you keep on top of the myriad of ways people now use to keep in touch on social media and what’s the best productivity tool? We talk scary and proud …
 
Tracie Maglosky is an award-winning portrait photographer, photography educator and mentor. She is an Olympus Visionary, Profoto Legend of Light & Miller’s Speaker Team Member. She is a studio owner in Cincinnati, Ohio with a primary focus on portraiture. Her creative concepts and vibrant style have earned her features in major publications such as…
 
Buying your first camera is often followed by being overwhelmed by choices of what to buy next. In this episode I discuss what gear is worth being your second purchase. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:45 News Topics – 02:28 Main topic – 12:19 Links: Nikon Reported to Release a $1000 Retro APS-C Camera New ‘Markpainting’ Tech Fights Watermark …
 
Kev awaits his new monitor, but will it arrive? We talk about the affect others’ photography online has to inspire, the importance of Kickstarter book projects, recording audio for slideshows and filming, the electronic v mechanical shutter actuations lifespan of a Fujifilm mirrorless camera, OIS v IBIS, ask the question; X-T3 or X-T4? TikTok; shou…
 
My guest this week is Ruth Carter. Ruth is an attorney based in Phoenix Arizona who specializes in Intellectual Property, Internet Law, Business Law and Litigation. Ruth has written three best-selling books on guerrilla marketing and social media law and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine, and on NPR. In addition to…
 
The boys are back in town… cue the song! This week the astounding news that Kev is getting married, but to whom? And why? Did last week’s episode cause this? So many questions! Neale and Kev design their perfect camera, we give a ‘hall pass’ to buy an X100V, discuss camera customisation and talk about your website; are you about to feel the wrath o…
 
I think it is fair to say that the exorbitant pricing for some new camera gear is driving the expansion and popularity of the secondhand market. It has been a very long time since I purchased use gear or sold any for that matter, so I wanted to reach out to an expert. My conversation in this episode is with Mr. Phil Kaplan. Phil is the Product and …
 
Photography competitions are something very common in this hobby but not everyone enters them. In this episode I discuss Photography competitions and my experiences with them. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:38 News Topics – 02:11 Main topic – 13:40 Links: Nikon Launches Two New Z-Mount Macro Lenses More EOS R3 Updates from Canon Panasonic La…
 
Neale is taking a well-earned break, so Gemma joins Kevin at the helm as they steer the good ship Fujicast into several Icebergs. We discuss what makes us successful and more GAS. Are we buying cameras because they look cool or because they do the job? Just why haven’t Kev and Neale kept their promise to Gemma, and what is the right thing to wear t…
 
Kev considers how he no longer has time to be a photographer now his radio career is lifting off, we tackle the new street photography and YouTube clauses when it comes to identifying people in your pictures and films, dealing with over zealous amateurs ’stealing your shots,’ self timer presets, the perfect first Fujifilm family camera for a pro an…
 
I have two guests with me this week, they are Ron Oren and Yotam Gil who are two of the three co-founders of the company ImagenAI which is based in Tel-Aviv, Israel. On their website, ImagenAI is described as “Your personalized photo editing assistant”. ImagenAI never stops learning every parameter of your personal editing style. This is not just a…
 
Shooting in Manual can seem like a difficult thing to learn but it can actually be quite simple, especially on modern cameras. In this episode I go over how I learn to use Manual mode and how you can too. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:44 News Topics – 03:34 Main topic – 08:22 Links: Changes to Photoshop's 'Save As' Function Adobe Updates Ne…
 
Kev is luxuriating in Bunker Malmesbury, Neale is in the studio, though it’s business as usual with your questions. This week, is there any point to IBIS when films today are as ‘Shaky' as an 80s pop star singing Green Door? We talk about taking on a part time job if wedding work gets shifted again, whether we could return to a time which necessita…
 
My guest this week is a professional photographer, scratch that my guest this week is a damn good professional photographer who shoots exclusively with iPhones. Yeah, you heard me right, a professional photographer who shoots exclusively with iPhones. Jack Hollingsworth is one of the most recognized names in Travel, Lifestyle and Portrait photograp…
 
Kev and Neale release a little more about their forthcoming July documentary photography course in Amersham. We also talk about making family documentary pictures, photographing naturist and fancy dressed weddings, manual focus lenses; will Fujifilm ever produce a set? Also using the GFX as a documentary camera, the decision to purchase a good moni…
 
This week, I had an amazing discussion with Vancouver based Erich Saide. Erich Saide is a Commercial, Fitness & Lifestyle, Celebrity and Portrait photographer specializing in producing exceptional, creative and technical images born out of his love of connecting with people. Forming a relationship with his subjects as soon as possible is paramount …
 
One of the most common terms you'll hear in Photography is G.A.S (gear acquisition syndrome). In this episode I discuss if it's actually a bad thing. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:40 News Topics – 02:49 Main topic – 09:09 Links: Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-70mm f/2.8 ASPH Lens Announced Full-Size Images in Mobile Feeds Rolled Out on Twitter S…
 
Kev laments his first radio faux pas, we talk about sound being a vehicle for your picture making, packing your cams properly in a case, X100 'adapter gate' is born and lens hoods on that camera; are they worth the effort? We also talk about unhappy customers and insecurity, the future and retirement, working into your 80s, preventing your email fr…
 
Here is another bonus episode for everyone. I have finished my review of the Canon EOS M50 Mark II. This is a shorter one and you can see the written version with all my images here. You can suggest a topic here. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure to subscribe and follow us at the locations below:Website / YouTube / Flickr / Twitter You can fin…
 
This week, I had an awesome opportunity to chat with the Queen of Personal Branding Photographers - Flor Blake. Flor Blake is a portrait, editorial, and commercial photographer with a style consisting of imaginative, vibrant, and dynamic imagery. She grew up in the Caribbean (the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico) where you are automatically surro…
 
The most left field question for an entire season; what settings would you use to capture the visit of a UFO? We also talk book design, the whisky camera shop, sensor cleaning on IBIS cameras and ask is it the photographer who makes a camera shine or is it the other way around? There’s advice for new documentary wedding photographers; the rules of …
 
The time has come for my review of the Canon EOS R6! The full written review including the images I mention can be found here here. You can suggest a topic here. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure to subscribe and follow us at the locations below:Website / YouTube / Flickr / Twitter You can find me here: Photography Blog / Twitter / Flickr…
 
There were quite a few features and techniques that people used to get around the limitations of DSLR's (such as AFMA). In this episode I discuss some of these features and why they aren't as useful any more. Timestamps: What I’ve been up to – 00:45 News Topics – 03:47 Main topic – 11:20 Links: Samyang Unveils 12mm f/2 APSC lens Twitter rolls out 4…
 
This week, I had an awesome opportunity to chat with lighting master Miguel Quiles. Miguel Quiles is an Orlando, Florida based commercial wedding and portrait photographer as well as a speaker and educator. He’s been involved in the industry for over 15 years, starting off first as a salesman at a local camera store. Since then, Miguel has been ref…
 
The boys are reunited after months of Skype separation, in the studio! This week, embracing colour after a life presenting black and whites, the difference between recipes and presets, building your own look and capturing the moment whilst being IN the moment; family pictures. Boxgate continues and Neale finds a pile of X-H1 boxes that practically …
 
Kev’s Jedi training is almost complete as he starts his own Internet radio show, we talk X-H2 rumours, internal ND filters and weather sealing; how good is the X100 range in rain and anyone for an XQ1? We introduce the concept of ‘gear identity crisis,’ talk about the perfect lens for photographing and cataloguing art, ponder whether to adjust brid…
 
This week, I had an awesome opportunity to chat with a man who is a self-described light painter. Jason Page resides in Southern Florida, and he not only practices this incredible art form, but he has invented a series of tools called light painting brushes, that along with the help of some simple flashlights, allow a light painter to paint in simi…
 
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