Listening to podcasts has become a daily habit some months ago. When I’m driving, or before bed, I listen to some, catching up with what’s new, and getting to know more about important photographers. I have very varied tastes, so I subscribe to almost 50 podcasts. Listening to all episodes is not realistic. Therefore I filter and listen only to the ones that seem more interesting. Not all podcasts are about photography. I’ll list here the ones connected to this form of art.
I learn a lot from what I hear, and with the sharing of knowledge that these photographers leave to whoever listens. I take away many useful tips that I start using in my work. I also get to know new professionals whose work I didn’t know. This enriches my visual culture. Here they are, I hope you like them.
Melissa Rodwell, Marius Troy, and other Breed members, an education site on fashion photography, bring us a podcast with many useful tips and answers about this type of photography.
The Candid Frame
Weekly podcast by Ibarionex, on which the author talks to other working photographers.
Hit the Streets with Valerie Jardin
Valerie Jardin is a street photographer, has several books, and teaches workshops. In each episode, she brings us interviews with street photographers and other creatives.
On this podcast that airs twice a week, author “Sharky” brings us a mix of news, opinion and humour about the photography industry.
The hosts of this show do in depth interviews with the biggest names in photography and in visual arts, reflecting on their origins through to today.
Photography tips from the top floor
Photographer Chris Marquardt answers listener questions. From software to gear, to technical aspects, he touches on most aspects related to photography in his show.
How about you? Do you listen to podcasts about photography? Which are your favorites? Leave a comment below. I’m always interested in getting to know more.
Photo: Jonathan Velasquez