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Photography Podcasts

As I wrote on an earlier post I like to listen to podcasts. I have always some on my iPod/Phone with me. Usually I listen them on my way to a location, or while I wait for the light to change, or when writing this post.

I surely don’t have to mention all the information I get out of there. Especially I enjoy episodes which do not deal with technical topics, but more with the philosophical aspects of photography, on how photographers approach their work, think about it etc. If you are interested in that, you will find some very good information in these podcasts.

I’m constantly trying to expand my list, but my three favorites at the moment are PhotoNetCast (hosts: Antonio Marques, Martin Gommel, Jim Goldstein and Brian Auer), Exif And Beyond (host: Jim Goldstein) and This Week In Photography (hosts: Alex Lindsey, Scott Bourne et.al). I have some podcasts which I haven’t checked out yet, but once I have done that I will mention them here.

Here are the links if you don’t know them already:

If you have some podcasts to recommend feel free to leave a note in the comments or drop me a mail or a tweet.

On a site note I will ad a blog roll soon to the sidebar, and you will find some more links there also.

  1. I listen to PhotoNetCast which I enjoy more and more with each episode. I also listen to the Digital Photography Show. http://digiphoto.thepodcastnetwork.com/
    It is not everyone's cup of tea. The two hosts have been friends for a long time and sometimes wander off topic, but I like them and their personalities. They also do interviews with interesting people and companies in the industry.
    Another one that I've listened to from time to time, but haven't been able to fit in with my long podcast list is Camera Position. He focuses more on philosophical instead of technical. http://www.cameraposition.com/

  2. Hi Antonio. You're welcome. I enjoy to hear things like. Information on technique is of course also good but I think a lot easier to find, whereas these "behind the scenes" and philosophical approach is very inspiring and insightful.

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