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Sunday
Feb012009

SCL Photo Podcast 31 - Live Photowalk!

SCL PodcastApologies for the sound quality, today I thought I'd try something different, and record the podcast while I was on a photowalk, so come with me on a stroll round my local area!

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Show notes:





Featured Links:

Explosion Museum, Gosport.

Photo Assignment For February - "The Third Dimension"

Long Term Assignment - "Where I Live"

Technique challenges (No Time Limit):

No Sky Landscapes

Fill The Frame!

Dawn / Dusk shots

A Landscape Style Shot With Strong Foreground Interest

Remember to email me your photos if you'd like to me work on them for the Photo Workbench.

To contact me, just click on the link near the top of the page under the big picture.

Thanks for listening, see you on Flickr!

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Cheers, Rob.

Reader Comments (4)

I really liked this live photo walk podcast. Often when I meet swans they get aggressive, so I almost expected some "action" when you were approached by them on your photo walk.
Btw, I've heard other english/american photographers use the term "make photographs", instead of "take photographs". Are you sure that taking them is the only correct term?

February 6, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterAndreas Ă˜verland

Hi Andreas,

Thanks, I think I'll do another one like that then - but I'm worried that the audio quality is rubbish - what do you think, is it still listenable? (No budget for another recorder at moment!)

The everyday term used by most people is to "take" photographs. It's only more serious photographers who say they "make" photographs.

I think I do a bit of both, it depends on who you're speaking to or writing for.

Cheers, Rob.

February 6, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRob_Nunn

The audio quality is good "enough". After all the most important part of the podcast is the content. I've checked out quite a few photography related podcasts. Some have much better sound quality than content, and those podcasts are no longer on my list of subscriptions.

February 6, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterAndreas Ă˜verland

Cheers Andreas, I really appreciate that - you've made my day!

February 6, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRob_Nunn

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