Excited about creating video on your DSLR? Want to learn about time-lapse, video editing, and lighting? This podcast will help you improve both your video and photography skills! Join award-winning director and certified instructor, Rich Harrington as he guides you through in-depth tutorials for both new users and pros. Check out these easy-to-follow videos that are a perfect way to advance your video and photography skills. From the basics of motion and sound to more advanced lessons on special techniques such as editing with Adobe and Apple software, each episode will have you shooting better video with your digital SLR camera in no time!
By Adorama Photography TV
Are you looking to add impact to your photography? Let yourself be pulled into the creativity and emotion of sophisticated and notable photographer, Joe DiMaggio. Joe's compelling and imaginative experience in photography will guide you towards learning unique techniques on how to best record space and time. Joe’s vision will help you learn to recognize and utilize the elements around you to create the most breath-taking images. If you want to make better photos, don’t miss this great podcast.
By Adorama Photography TV
FermUp is a weekly conversation about the art, science and history of food fermentation brought to you by two fermentation enthusiasts. We cover the what, why and DIY how-to. Learn the history and ways to ferment common food items such as sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, kefir and yogurt. We also explore cultures of fermentation from around the world. If it is fermentable and edible, we will discuss it.
Every Town Has One- Local Legends, Folklore, Ghost Stories, Odd Culture. Hear the latest bizarre news and tales from around the world. This is a podcast and video feed taken from the popular underground public access show. Gene and Bryan come to you every week with stories from around the globe. Tune in to get a scare, laugh and learn a little.
By Gene and Bryan
The Baby Snooks Show was an American radio program starring Fanny Brice as a mischievous young girl. The series began on CBS September 17, 1944, airing on Sunday evenings as Toasties Time. The title soon changed to The Baby Snooks Show, and was sometimes called Baby Snooks and Daddy. On November 9, 1949, the series moved to NBC where it was heard Tuesdays.
Imagine three buddies hanging out at the pub, having a drink or two and just having a plain old conversation about photography: what it means to them, why they shoot, and how they see its underlying artistry. And, occasionally, they yell about stuff. Welcome to Polarizing Images.
By Rob, Tony, and Rick