Visual Arts Podcasts
Photography Monthly is the UK's leading magazine for digital and film photographers of all levels. Every issue is packed with inspirational images, essential technique advice and head-to-head reviews of the latest photo gear. Our podcasts will cover such topics as... Photography tips & advice, readers' questions, our favourite camera equipment, and much more.
By Photography Monthly (Archant Specialist)
Professional Photographer is the essential UK magazine for professional photographers. Every issue is packed with the latest industry news, top names and frank discussions on the latest issues affecting professional photographers. Our podcasts will discuss the lives and work of legends and as well the top names working now, the latest issues to affect the industry and the realities of making a living as a pro photographer.
By Professional Photographer
This is the hub for award-winning photographer Chase Jarvis' behind-the-scenes videos. Look for RAW (our b-roll footage from several shoots), FRAMES (the stitching together of every still frame from a shoot), TECH (technical tips) and CURRENT (full length video of Chase's speaking engagements). Welcome to the untold story--the black box--of commercial photography. Enjoy.
By Chase Jarvis
Professional photographer Catherine Hall and overenthusiastic amateur Leo Laporte chat with some of the world's leading and most inspirational image-makers. Learn tips from acclaimed pros as they impart their knowledge of making arresting images through personal anecdotes, real world experience, and a discussion of their favorite toys. The show educates, inspires and empowers photographers of all levels. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
www.filmschoolinabox.net -- Final Cut Pro Video Tutorials brought to you by Filmmakers Dave Kebo and Rudi Liden from Film School In A Box using all original footage from their feature film, "The Confession." Tricks, Techniques and Filmmaker Insights on the Aesthetics of Editing and making movies.
By Dave Kebo