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  1. ToP #0147: Winter Photography Tips w/ Alex Soh2015/12/08
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  2. ToP #0146: Frogs, Fotography, & Frame of Mind2015/12/02
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  3. ToP #0145: Learning Photography - Workshops2015/11/24
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  4. ToP #0144: Learning Photography - Online with Jim Harmer2015/11/03
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  5. ToP #0143: Joy of Marketing w/ Sarah Petty - Marketing2015/10/26
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  6. ToP #0142: Joy of Marketing w/ Sarah Petty - Branding2015/10/19
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  7. ToP #0141: Learning Photography - Intro2015/10/12
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  8. ToP #0140: NFL Photography with Jeff Lewis2015/10/05
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  9. ToP #0139: From Photographer to Gallery Artist2015/09/29

    Many of us dream about having our photography on display in a gallery somewhere. Anyone who has work displayed had to start somewhere. In this episode I speak with Kara Lane , author of "From Photographer to Gallery Artist." Kara gives us a peek into her book sharing tips, recommendations, and resources for how photographers can make this dream a reality.

  10. ToP #0138: Personal Passion Projects2015/09/14
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  11. ToP #0137: Infrared Photography2015/09/06
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  12. CAMERA BAG GIVEAWAY & Photography Start2015/09/01

    It's time for me to start the giveaway process for the camera bags I've been reviewing for ImprovePhotography.com Check out the podcast to see how YOU can win a bag.

    "Photography Start" is one of the best ways to improve your photography! Check it out and be sure to use the coupon code "THOUGHTS" to get $40 off through the month of September. www.improvephotography.com/start

  13. ToP #0137: Street Photography w/ Andre Wagner2015/08/30
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  14. ToP #0136: Black and White Photography2015/08/23
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  15. ToP #0135: Film School Africa2015/08/16

    Photography is making a difference in lives all around us! In this episode I talk with Katie Taylor, from Film School Africa , about how photography is impacting people of all ages in South Africa.

    Consider donating old gear, memory cards, bags, etc. Purchase a donation through Amazon! Find out how here.

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  16. ToP #0134: Your Own Gallery Exhibition2015/08/09
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  17. ToP #0133: The Rescued Film Project2015/08/02
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  18. ToP #0132: Beginning Photographer Struggles2015/07/27
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  19. ToP #0131: Wildlife Photography with Juan Pons2015/07/19
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  20. ToP #0130: Hosting A Photography Conference2015/07/13
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  21. ToP #0129: Choosing Workshops with Juan Pons2015/07/08
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  22. ToP #0128: Photographers in Community2015/06/21
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  23. ToP #0127: Travel Photography2015/06/14

    It's that time of year here in the U.S. Photographers and families are traveling on vacation. In this episode, John Bragg and I share some of our stories and tips on travel photography. You can check out some of my travel pictures at www.brianmcguckin.com and John's pictures from Europe at www.europefineartphotos.com Also, check out more of John's work at http://www.johnbragg.com

  24. ToP #0126: Photographer Discrimination2015/06/08
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  25. ToP #0125: Wedding Workflow2015/06/01

    With wedding season taking off, many photographers are too intimidated to shoot them. In this episode, I talk with Erica Kay about her workflow to help give photographers a glimpse of wedding photography.

    To find out more about traveling to China with the Improve Photography Network and how you can be there with us go to www.improvephotography.com/china

  26. ToP #0124: Reality TV + Photography = Photo Face-Off2015/05/16
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  27. ToP #0123: Copycat or Compliment?2015/05/09

    What would you do if you saw a picture you took, but it wasn't a picture you took? What if you found out someone was copying your photography and profiting from it financially? Sound confusing? In this episode I talk with creative portraiture, Joel Robison, and his recent experience. Check out the article here and follow him on Facebook here !
  28. ToP #0122: Wedding Planners2015/05/02
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  29. ToP #0121: Aerial Photography2015/04/25

    Why bother using a drone when you can shoot from a helicopter or airplane? In this episode I talk with Brad Cavanaugh from Air One Aerial Photography. Our conversation ranges from recommended gear and settings to keeping an eye on the weather. Check out Brad's work at aironephoto.com
  30. ToP #0120: Meet the Host2015/04/18
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  31. ToP #0119: Networking with INSTAGRAM2015/04/09

    Instagram is much more than a place to post pics of your favorite food or selfies. In this episode I talk with photo enthusiast, Elaine Li, about how she networks with some of her 68K+ followers through Instagram. Check out Elaine here and follow her on her journey!
  32. ToP #0118: Rooftopping w/ Daniel Lau2015/04/02

    Who doesn't like the idea of standing on the top of a skyscrapper, giving a whole new perspective of how you view the world??? In this episode, rooftopper Daniel Lau and I talk about what it's like on top of the world. Check out some of the amazing views he's captured here on Instagram or on his website .
  33. ToP #0117: Watermarks2015/03/27

    To watermark, or not to watermark? That is the question. Many photographers have a strong opinion on when, where, and how to add a watermark to their images. In this episode, commercial photographer Jason Lavengood and I discuss the use of watermarks and why you may or may not want to use them.
  34. ToP #0116: The Viewfinder Project2015/03/20
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  35. ToP #0115: Sports Illustrated Photographers2015/03/11

    Sports Illustrated fired all of their staff photographers. This interview is with Evan Habeeb, a freelance photographer who has had images published in Sports Illustrated magazine.

    We discuss the impact this has on freelance photographers as well as the future of the Sports Illustrated magazine itself. Afterall, aren't the photographs the reason why S.I. is so successful today?
  36. Thoughts on Photography On Hiatus2012/04/25
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  37. ToP #0114: International Guild of Visual Peacemakers2011/10/01
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  38. ToP #0113: Interview with Pete Brook2011/09/10
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  39. ToP #0112: Interview with Dave Anderson2011/07/06
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  40. ToP #0111: Interview with Wouter Brandsma2011/07/02
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  41. ToP #0110: Interview with Matt Black2011/06/25
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  42. ToP #0109: Interview with Susana Raab2011/06/20

    Susana Raab describes herself as "a recovering English major who lives to create visual narratives." Her photographs strike a balance between poignancy and humor (with a bit of irony sometimes thrown in). Raab's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has received critical recognition from many sources.
  43. ToP #0108: Interview with Christopher Churchill2011/06/20

    Christopher Churchill is a documentary photographer based in Massachusetts whose work has been featured in exhibitions throughout the United States, has been published widely, and is in the permanent collections of several museums. His most recent project "American Faith" examines the topic of faith from within several contexts including religious as well as culture and beliefs.
  44. ToP #0107: Interview with Morea Steinahuer2011/05/27
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  45. ToP #0106: Gordon Stettinius on Gita Lenz, New Work, and Book Publishing2011/03/06

    In this podcast, Gordon Stettinius returns to Thoughts on Photography to discuss his involvement with Gita Lenz and how that led to publishing a book of her photography and mounting an exhibition as a way of introducing her to a new audience. Gordon also discusses his latest photographic projects as well as his new photographic book publishing company.
  46. ToP #0105: Favorite Photobooks of 20102011/02/13
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  47. ToP #0104: Kickstarter.com (Haiti Project)2010/11/14
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  48. ToP #0103: Interview with Leslie Granda-Hill2010/10/24

    Leslie Granda-Hill's approach to social documentary photography involves not just making great photographs that tell a story but making great photographs that allow her subjects a way to tell their story from their perspective. Her recent project, Wounded Warriors, exemplifies this personal approach to the photographic essay.
  49. ToP #0102: Interview with Eliza Gregory2010/10/17

    Documentary photographer Eliza Gregory focuses on the lifecycle of communites be they in Cuba, Tanzania, or the United States. In addition to working on photographic projects around the world, Eliza also works for PhotoPhilanthropy , an organization committed to supporting documentary photographers in carrying out their work.
  50. ToP #0101: Interview with Gloria Baker Feinstein2010/10/14
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  51. ToP #0100: Persistence2010/10/10
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  52. ToP #0099: Approaching a Photographic Project2010/09/27

    In this podcast I discuss two specific ways to approach a photographic project that takes into account the many varied kinds of projects that are possible.
  53. ToP #0098: Interview with Matt Eich2010/09/12

    In this podcast I interview Matt Eich , a documentary/photojournalist freelance photographer and founding member of the Luceo Images , a photographic cooperative.
  54. ToP #0097: Seize the Opportunity2010/08/23

    Part of living a photographic life is also knowing when to take advantage of photographic opportunities when they present themselves.
  55. ToP #0096: When a Project Gets in the Way2010/08/17

    Althought I've been (and still am) an advocate of project-based approaches to photography (if only to keep you engaged and making photography regularly), in this podcast I discuss some of the pitfalls to watch out for when using projects as a way to live a photographic life.
  56. ToP #0095: Retiring a Portfolio2010/06/28

    In this podcast I discuss my process for retiring a portfolio that no longer reflects where I am as a photographer.
  57. ToP #0094: Wedding Photography & the Decisive Moment2010/04/20

    What do wedding photography and Henri Cartier Bresson 's decisive moment have in common? It turns out lots as I discovered after photographing my sister's wedding this past weekend.
  58. ToP #0093: Jeff Curto2010/03/06
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  59. ToP #0092: The Costs of Getting Discovered2010/02/20

    In this podcast I outline some of the costs of getting exposure for your work through juried photographic exhibitions, portfolio reviews, and promotional materials.
  60. ToP #0091: Deadline Extended!2010/02/10

    I've noticed a recent trend in that calls for entries for juried photographic competitions are continually getting extended past the original due date. Is this a result of the economy and does it mean your chances are better?
  61. ToP #0090: My Podcast Resolutions for 20102010/01/01
    This past year has been a very busy and hectic one for both my personal life as well as my photographic life. In this podcast, I discuss the progress on my resolutions from last year for Thoughts on Photography and the new directions I plan to take the podcast going into 2010.
  62. ToP #0089: Favorite Photo Books of 20092009/12/29
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  63. ToP #0088: What's Stopping You Now?2009/12/26
    In this podcast I talk about some of the ways in which we photographers can sometimes veer from the photographic life for one reason or another and I offer up some suggestions that have worked for me to get back on track with my photography.
  64. ToP #0087: Interview with Eliza Lamb2009/12/09
    Eliza Lamb 's most recent photo series explores the neighborhood of
    Astoria, Queens in New York City and how people use their yards as a public display of their religious beliefs. Lamb was fascinated by the
    willingness or need to share these beliefs so openly while also hiding their personality and nature at the same time.

  65. ToP #0086: Interview with Lauren Semivan2009/12/06
    Lauren Semivan creates imagined events through the use of staged photographs. This approach gives her both the control necessary to tell a story while incorporating autobiographical elements into the narrative such as dreams, preoccupations, desires, anxieties, and the collective unconscious.
  66. ToP #0085: Interview with Lisa Kereszi2009/12/04
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  67. ToP #0084: Interview with Lori Vrba2009/11/22
    Currently in the photographic art world, style and process seem to be the means by which we measure photography worthy of the title "art." This is why I found Lori Vrba 's photography to be so exciting. Her total devotion to the subject matter to her photographs, rather than to "how" the photographs were made, set Lori apart and provides a welcome and refreshing journey.
  68. ToP #0083: Interview with Elizabeth Fleming2009/11/10
    Elizabeth Fleming 's photography captures the small moments of everyday life. Children at play, objects in our everyday world, and the non-events that surround us provide opportunities to slow us down so that we can appreciate the wonderful subtleties that life offers us every day, that is if we will only take a moment to be stopped by it.
  69. ToP #0082: Interview with Ralf Bruck2009/10/21
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  70. ToP #0081: Interview with Tootie Nienow2009/10/18

    Tootie Nienow enjoys exploring photography through experimentation both in terms of tools, technique, and subject matter. Her photography is both conceptual and sublime and at the same time her work is also intriguing and engaging, and yes, even beautiful too.
  71. ToP #0080: Interview with Beth Kientzle2009/10/06
    Beth Kientzle 's photographs, which focus mostly on urban and natural landscapes, are made using alternative tools and techniques. This allows her to play with abstract shapes, light, and motion in her photographs. Although Kientzle's approach introduces an element of chance into her photography, it is chance tempered with a distinct and unique vision.
  72. ToP #0079: Project Without End2009/09/18
    This is the third podcast in a three part series where I explore in greater depth the idea of using projects to guide your photography. Today I'm talking about projects without end.
  73. ToP #0078: Working on Multiple Projects2009/09/16
    This is the second podcast in a three part series dealing with the issue of projects. Today I talk about working on multiple projects. Below are some links to various resources mentioned in the podcast.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_map

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Mind_Mapping_software

  74. ToP #0077: Ideas vs. Projects2009/09/14
    I'm continuing with my exploration and discussion of photographic projects with a 3-part podcast series. In this first podcast, I want to explore the concept of ideas and how they may or may not lead to projects.
  75. ToP #0076: Interview with Liz Kuball2009/08/25
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  76. ToP #0074: Interview with Alan George2009/08/17
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  77. ToP #0073: Getting a Photo Critique2009/08/14
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  78. ToP #0072: Interview with Manuel Rivera-Ortiz2009/07/24
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  79. ToP #0071: Interview with Christy Karpinski2009/07/22
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  80. ToP #0070: Obtaining a Photographic Education2009/07/17
    What is a photographic education and do you need one in order to be a photographer? Is school the way to go to get an education or are there other options? The pros and cons of studying photography at the academy are discussed as well as the role of a photographic education as a part of the photographic life.
  81. ToP #0069: Interview with Julio DeMatos2009/06/26
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  82. ToP #0068: Interview with Shane Lavalette2009/06/24
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  83. ToP #0067: Beyond Juried Exhibitions2009/06/07
    In this podcast, I discuss what to do when you have already achieved a certain level of success with your photography (particularly through juried exhibitions) and are wondering what do to and where to go next with the marketing of your work.
  84. ToP #0066: Interview with Natalie Young2009/06/02
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  85. ToP #0065: Interview with Victoria Ryan2009/05/30
    Whether it is her lush photographs of botanticals, images of New Orleans, or her southern landscapes, Victoria Ryan brings a certain atmosphere to her photographs that is so strong, one can almost feel the textures of the plants, smell the decay of the swamp, or feel the thrill of Mardi Gras from the viewpoint of an insider.
  86. ToP #0064: Photo Contests2009/05/20
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  87. ToP #0063: Interview with Ken Rosenthal2009/05/15
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  88. ToP #0062: Interview with Suzanne Revy2009/05/09
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  89. ToP #0061: The Rise of Online Fine Art Photo Magazine2009/05/01
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  90. ToP #0060: Interview with Stella Johnson2009/04/22
    Stella Johnson is a documentary photographer who brings an engaging and captivating approach to her subjects. Her latest book, Al Sol: Photographs of Mexico, Cameroon, and Nicaragua is a great example of documentary photography that also works as fine art photography.
  91. ToP #0059: Black & White or Color?2009/04/15
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  92. ToP #0058: Support Your Local Podcast2009/04/11
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  93. ToP #0057: Interview with Angela Bacon-Kidwell2009/04/07
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  94. ToP #0056: Collectibility of Inkjet Prints2009/04/03
    In this episode, I explore whether (at long last) inkjet prints can be considered collectible.
  95. ToP #0055: Editing2009/04/01
    In this episode, I discuss my own personal editing process (or workflow) from capture to the final decision regarding which photographs make the cut.
  96. ToP #0054: Michael Wood & Miksang Photography2009/03/08
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  97. ToP #0053: Interview with Hiroshi Watanabe2009/02/17
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  98. ToP #0052: The Family of Photography2009/01/25
    In this podcast I discuss the isolation we sometimes feel when working on our photography and how, in reality, we are really more connected with other photographers than we realize. In a sense, we are all part of a photographic family and should never forget that fact when we find ourselves struggling to live the photographic life.
  99. ToP #0051: Interview with Polly Chandler2009/01/22
    Polly Chandler
    is a fine art photographer based in Austin, Texas. Polly's subjects
    vary widely and this makes for a diverse and engaging portfolio of
    work. Her subjects range from portraits to still lives to landscapes to
    environmental photographs and everything in between yet still her work
    maintains a certain consistency of style and imagery.
  100. ToP #0050: Looking at Photographs2009/01/21
    This podcast discusses the book "On Looking at Photographs: A Practical Guide " by David Hurn and Bill Jay. The book is published by Lenswork Publishing and provides some great insights on how to look at , or read, a photograph (which hopefully in turn helps us as photographers make better photographs).
  101. ToP #0049: Interview with Joe Wigfall2009/01/14
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  102. ToP #0048: My Podcast Resolutions2008/12/22
    In this podcast, I discuss the one year anniversary since I started Thoughts on Photography (October 15th actually), why I started the podcast, and some of my New Year resolutions for the podcast going forward for 2009.
  103. ToP #0047: Favorite Photo Books of 20082008/12/21
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  104. ToP #0046: Howard Zehr and Contemplative Photography2008/12/07
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  105. ToP #0045: William Eggleston2008/12/05
    In this podcast I discuss the current resurgence in interest in the work of William Eggleston. An retrospective exhibition of Eggleston's work on display at the Whitney Museum of American Art along with a new book/catalog of the exhibition. Coincidentally, a new DVD documentary is also available as well. There has never been a better time to get to know the work Eggleston than now.
  106. ToP #0044: Interview with Ibarionex Perello2008/12/02
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  107. ToP #0043: Getting Known as a Fine Art Photographer2008/11/11
    Getting known as a fine art photographer, that is getting your work out into the photographic public and gaining some name and photographic recognition, is not easy and there isn't a magic solution. This podcast discusses some things you can do though to increase your exposure and help you build a career in fine art photography.
  108. ToP #0042: Exhibiting & Sharing Your Photography2008/10/20
    In this episode, I explore the philosophy, reasons and rationale behind sharing your photography both as a way of completing what I call the "cycle" of photography and as a way of living the photographic life.
  109. Focus Ring #16: New Toys, the Evil Video Commeth?, and More2008/10/06
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  110. ToP #0041: Interview with Meg Birnbaum2008/09/26
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  111. ToP #0040: Tao of Photography2008/09/16
  112. ToP #0039: Attending Photo Workshops2008/09/16
  113. ToP #0038: Interview with Lorenzo2008/09/10
  114. ToP #0037: Robert Frank2008/08/23
  115. ToP #0036: Film vs Digital?2008/08/23
  116. ToP #0035: Interview with Aline Smithson2008/08/06
  117. ToP #0034: Leave Your Comfort Zone Behind2008/08/05
  118. ToP #0033: Interview with Gordon Stettinius2008/07/19
  119. ToP #0032: Cameras as Weapons?2008/07/15
  120. ToP #0031: 20X2002008/06/23
  121. ToP #0030: Entering Juried Photo Exhibitions 2008/06/05
  122. ToP #0029: Interview with Bill Vaccaro2008/05/22
  123. ToP #0028: Imitation and Inspiration - Learning from Other Photographers2008/05/20
  124. ToP #0027: Photosharing Web Sites for Fine Art Photographers2008/05/18
  125. ToP #0026: Defining a Photographic Life2008/05/02
  126. ToP #0025: Model Releases & Shooting in Public Places2008/04/28
  127. ToP #0024: Essays About the Photographic Life2008/04/21
  128. ToP #0023: Overcoming Our Obsession with the Tools of Photography2008/04/13
  129. Focus Ring #13: Lucky Number Thirteen2008/04/06
  130. ToP #0022: Interview with Susan Burnstine2008/04/06
  131. ToP #0021: Moving Beyond Photographic Debates2008/03/30
  132. ToP #0020: Art or Artifice - Labeling the Photographer2008/03/20
  133. ToP #0019: The Long Tail, Websites, and Your Fine Art Photography2008/03/16
  134. ToP #0018: Creating an Artist Statement2008/03/09
  135. ToP #0017: Selecting a Subject2008/03/03
  136. ToP #0016: Developing a Photographic Style2008/02/24
  137. ToP #0015: Flow - The Psychology of Optimal Photography2008/02/14
  138. ToP #0014: Does Print Size Really Matter?2008/02/07
  139. ToP #0013: Limited Edition Prints2008/02/01
  140. ToP #0012: How to Price Your Photographic Prints2008/01/27
  141. ToP #0011: Ten Ideas for Living a Photographic Life2008/01/20
  142. ToP #0010: Alternative Photographic Processes: What's Old is New Again2008/01/15
  143. ToP #0009: Getting Started Marketing Your Photography2008/01/08
  144. ToP #0008: Using Projects to Sustain Your Photography2007/12/27
  145. ToP #0007: Promoting Your Fine Art Photography2007/12/24
  146. ToP #0006: Inspiring Photography Books Published in 20072007/12/14
  147. ToP #0005: Finding Inspiration in Photography Magazines2007/12/09
  148. ToP #0004: Self-Publishing A Photography Book2007/10/29
  149. ToP #0003: Attending a Photo Review - Part 22007/10/21
  150. ToP #0002: Attending a Photo Review - Part 12007/10/16
  151. ToP #0001: Welcome2007/10/13
Thoughts on Photography
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Thoughts on Photography is a podcast not about tips and tricks, how to take better portraits or landscapes, or travel destinations (although they may be mentioned). It’s not so much about the how of photography, more so about the why! It’s inspired by where photography begins for us – the stories and how people are using photography in their lives around the world today.

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