Visual Arts Podcasts

CRTVCHURCH Podcast show

CRTVCHURCH PodcastJoin Now to Follow

CRTVCHURCH is a community of church creatives + leaders, who are passionate about providing resources, inspiration, and conversations to grow the local church.


B&H Photography Podcast show

B&H Photography PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The B&H Photography Podcast, a weekly conversation about all things photography. With insightful and entertaining guests, we discuss the issues most important to the contemporary photographer.

By B&H Photo Video

Natural World in HD - iPod-iPhone show

Natural World in HD - iPod-iPhoneJoin Now to Follow

Scenery Station's Natural World in HD for iPod and iPhone brings you the vastness of nature - on the go! No voiceovers, no music, no talking heads...nothing at all between you and nature. Each of our scenes was captured in high definition video with stereo sound. Plus, we tell you exactly where in the world we captured each scene so you can visit your favourites yourself some day! This podcast has been specially formatted for your iPod or iPhone. If you want to play this podcast on your Apple TV or large flatscreen, please check out our 720p version - all the same episodes formatted in 720p resolution to look great in your living room!

By Scenery Station

Cinescapism show

CinescapismJoin Now to Follow

A podcast by two friends about the movies they love

By Kendra Bean and Anthony Uzarowski

Let's Talk Photography show

Let's Talk PhotographyJoin Now to Follow

Each Month Bart gathers a panel of keen photographers together to discuss a chosen topic for an hour. This show is all about the art and craft of photography, and while that will mean some discussion of the kinds of tools used to create photographs, it won't involve comparisons of one brand to another, or one model to another - this show aims to be totally brand agnostic. It's not about the tools, it's about creating images!

By Bart Busschots


IT MADE CLICK!Join Now to Follow

A quick photo every day! With the IT MADE CLICK podcast I would like to motivate you to take your camera and make a quick photo. If you experiment with your camera just a few minutes every day, then soon you will absolutely master this awesome device. If you have any photography questions, I am happy to answer them here, too.

By Michael Zelbel