Podcast

  • What’s the future of stock photography? – PhotoNetCast #12

    In this episode of PhotoNetCast, we discuss where stock photography is going and share our own views on microstock, prompted by the recent announcements that Photoshelter Collection is going down and Corbis is cutting jobs.

  • Zoriah is on PhotoNetCast #11

    In our effort to bring you has much different views on photography as possible, and because we do believe that the work done by war photographer Zoriah should be divulged as much as possible, we interviewed him for the eleventh episode of PhotoNetCast. It’s lengthy (just passing the 80...

  • PhotoNetCast #10 – It’s all about books

    In this episode we talk about, and recommend, a few books that have somehow crossed our photographic paths and which we think might also be helpful to our listeners.

  • PhotoNetCast #9 is out – Inspiration

      And episode #9 of PhotoNetCast is out. In this episode, me together with Jim Goldstein and Brian Auer discuss inspiration. Turned out to be a good conversation with lots of tips on how to come out of creativity slumps in the mix. We’d also like for you to...

  • Editing and Processing in Photography – PhotoNetCast #7

    The editing and processing of photos has evolved to a complete new dimension in digital. How far is acceptable to go? This is what we discussed in the latest episode of PhotoNetCast. So, time to head over there and listen (this one is even shorter than the previous) or...

  • PhotoNetCast #4 is out

    Just a small note to mention that episode 4 of PhotoNetCast is now published. If you are subscribed to the feed either on your reader or on iTunes you probably got it already.

  • PhotoNetCast #3

    For all of my readers who still have not subscribed to the PhotoNetCast feeds, just to let you know that episode #3 was published about one week ago (ok, I forgot to mention this here, can you believe it?). We started discussing the benefits of blogging about photography, continued...

  • PhotoNetCast is here

    PhotoNetCast, a photography podcast, has just been released. We hope you enjoy the show...