Go Creative Show- New Sony, Canon, and Blackmagic Cameras


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On the latest Go Creative Show podcast, I talk with host Ben Concoli about the future of trade shows as well as the latest camera releases from Sony, Canon, and Blackmagic. Ben and I discuss how COVID-19 has impacted trade shows, if the Sony a7S III a worthy upgrade, Canon’s new EOS R5, and R6 … Continued

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ProGrade Digital CFexpress Type B Memory Card Review (Podcast 713)


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ProGrade Digital CFExpress Type B Memory Cards and Workflow Readers
A comparison of 3 ProGrade Digital CFexpress Type B cards with speed tests and a very respectable SDXC card dropped into the mix for good measure.
 

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Never Settle with Mario Armstrong


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Today’s episode is a dose of positivity, inspiration, and energy from my guest Mario Armstrong. He is on a mission to help others accelerate their personal growth through their passions through positivity, motivation and tactical advice. Mario is a two time Emmy Award winning talk show host of the Never Settle Show, a web television series that provides advice and tools to help us tackle the mindset holding us back or tangible constraints such as lack of money or resources.  Mario is also the host of the Wake up and Level Up podcast, a 5 minute jolt of inspiration to

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Ep. 337: Canon to Sony…How ‘bout That?!!! – and more


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Episode 337 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Portrait photographer, Ofir Abe

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The Science of Making Work Not Suck with Adam Grant


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Interested in making work not suck? We spend a quarter of our lives in our jobs. My guest today wants to make all that time worth your time. Enter Organizational Psychologist, Adam Grant. Adam has been Wharton’s top-rated professors for 7 straight years. He is recognized as one of the world’s most-cited, most prolific, and most influential researchers in business and economics. He has written 4 New York Times best selling books including Give and Take, Originals, Option B, and Power Moves. Adam is also the host of the top-charting podcast on TED, WorkLife, which dives deep inside the minds

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Creative Calling Book Club


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Creativity has never been more important. Art, creative expression, and creative solutions are required to create our future, and the world we want to live in. This is session a 6-week mentoring series on CreativeLive to put our creativity into action. Though this series is based on the IDEA framework in my book, Creative Calling, you don’t need to have the book to participate. Some topics we will explore in this series: why creativity, why now the creative mindset and how to de-program messages that are not serving us making time and space to create developing resilience and courage to

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The Canon RF Revolution – More Gear Changes Than Ever Before (Podcast 712)


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EF 11-24mm (left) and RF 15-35mm (right)
Canon’s imminent release of the EOS R5 is exciting, and a catalyst for more gear changes for me in a short space of time than ever before.
 

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The Cinematography of Greyhound


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On the latest Go Creative Show podcast, the DOP of thew new Tom Hanks movie Greyhound, Shelly Johnson ASC, talks to host Ben Concoli. Shelly and Ben discuss working with legendary actor Tom Hanks, recreating a WWII battle at sea, Shelly’s focus on-camera performance, using a white screen instead of a green screen, the challenges … Continued

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Beyond Technique: Mike Peters discusses street photography and treating his subjects with respect


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Welcome to Beyond Technique, the podcast that empowers photographers to bring their businesses to the next level! Today we chat with Mike Peters about how he handles street photography, treating his subjects with respect and building rapport with them while on the field. You don’t want to miss this! Be sure to check out Platypod®, the […]

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Street Photography + Capturing Truth with Steven John Irby


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Steve John Irby, aka Steve Sweatpants, is a renowned street photographer and cofounder of Street Dreams Magazine, a beautiful zine that is unlike anything of it’s kind featuring up and coming photographers and crowd sourced photography in beautiful layouts and stories. The majority of Steve’s photographic work is derived from the endless source of inspiration found in his home turf in NYC with intriguing travel logs to round out what has become an insanely compelling portfolio that is behind his rapidly emerging recognition in the photojournalism community. Most recently his photography around the racial equality and BLM movement has been

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Street Photography + Capturing Truth with Steven John Irby


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Steve John Irby, aka Steve Sweatpants, is a renowned street photographer and cofounder of Street Dreams Magazine, a beautiful zine that is unlike anything of it’s kind featuring up and coming photographers and crowd sourced photography in beautiful layouts and stories. The majority of Steve’s photographic work is derived from the endless source of inspiration found in his home turf in NYC with intriguing travel logs to round out what has become an insanely compelling portfolio that is behind his rapidly emerging recognition in the photojournalism community. Most recently his photography around the racial equality and BLM movement has been

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Wet Plate Photographer Shane Balkowitsch Part Two (Podcast 711)


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Part two of a conversation with Shane Balkowitsch in which we discuss his amazing wet plate collodion Native American portrait work in more detail.
 

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Mind Your Own Business: Staying relevant and keeping a positive mindset with Kay Eskridge


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Welcome to Mind Your Own Business, the podcast that helps photographers improve their business and their lives! Today, we chat with portrait photographer Kay Eskridge. Kay shares how she’s staying relevant as a photographer during these unusual times, as well as how she’s keeping a positive mindset and making plans for the future. We discuss: […]

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Steve Aoki: Creativity, Community and No Days Off


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Society would have us believe that we’re just supposed to know what we’re meant to do in our life, but it’s not true. It’s only through action – taking small steps every day – that the bigger picture is revealed. That is something that my guest, Steve Aoki, shares on this episode of the show. He’s one of the most prolific, renowned DJ and music producers in the world. He’s been nominated for multiple Grammys and known for his high-impact experiential live performances. Steve is also the founder of the record label, lifestyle company, and apparel line Dim Mak, which

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Steve Aoki: Creativity, Community and No Days Off


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Society would have us believe that we’re just supposed to know what we’re meant to do in our life, but it’s not true. It’s only through action – taking small steps every day – that the bigger picture is revealed. That is something that my guest, Steve Aoki, shares on this episode of the show. He’s one of the most prolific, renowned DJ and music producers in the world. He’s been nominated for multiple Grammys and known for his high-impact experiential live performances. Steve is also the founder of the record label, lifestyle company, and apparel line Dim Mak, which

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Exponential Living with Sheri Riley


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One of the things I love about this show is the opportunity to share with you things I’m learning, listening to, and taking inspiration from. Today’s show is no different. My guest today is Sheri Riley. After 20 years of creating really innovative marketing fo Usher, TLC, Toni Braxton, Converse, the NBA, BMW, and Turner, to name a few, she now serves as an Empowerment Speaker and Life Strategist. Not too long ago, Sheri joined us at the CreativeLive studios for her class, based on her book Exponential Living. In a world that’s a bit out of sorts right now, this

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Exponential Living with Sheri Riley


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One of the things I love about this show is the opportunity to share with you things I’m learning, listening to, and taking inspiration from. Today’s show is no different. My guest today is Sheri Riley. After 20 years of creating really innovative marketing fo Usher, TLC, Toni Braxton, Converse, the NBA, BMW, and Turner, to name a few, she now serves as an Empowerment Speaker and Life Strategist. Not too long ago, Sheri joined us at the CreativeLive studios for her class, based on her book Exponential Living. In a world that’s a bit out of sorts right now, this

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Wet Plate Photographer Shane Balkowitsch Part One (Podcast 710)


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The first part of a conversation with Shane Balkowitsch in which he shares his story as he dived down the Wet Plate Collodion Photography rabbit hole.
 

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ZOOM H8 Announced – Multi-Purpose Audio Recorder


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Audio specialist ZOOM readies the all-new H8 recorder. As the name suggests, it offers an impressive 8 channels of audio input (but, even more impressively, can record up to 12 channels). Furthermore, it comes with a bunch of modules and handy upgrade paths. Meet the ZOOM H8.

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The new ZOOM H8 audio recorder. Image credit: ZOOM

So I do own a ZOOM H1n from back in the day. This is a handy device for recording audio on-the-go without the need of packing a fully-fledged field mixer/recorder. Times have changed, obviously. The new ZOOM H8 is a beast, really. It not

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Life, Writing, and Real Talk with Roxane Gay


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Roxane Gay is an award-winning pop culture powerhouse whose writing appears in Best American Mystery Stories 2014, Best American Short Stories 2012, Best Sex Writing 2012, A Public Space, McSweeney’s, Tin House, Oxford American, American Short Fiction, Virginia Quarterly Review, and many others. She is a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times. She is the author of the books Ayiti, An Untamed State, the New York Times bestselling Bad Feminist, the nationally bestselling Difficult Women and the New York Times bestselling Hunger. She is also the author of World of Wakanda for Marvel. She has several books forthcoming

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