Warning: Use of undefined constant REMOTE_ADDR - assumed 'REMOTE_ADDR' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/ks4wdarnrs22/domains/tzplanet.com/html/words/wp-content/plugins/az-one/az-one.php on line 85
PhotoNetCast is here | photography by Antonio Marques

Warning: include(): http:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_include=0 in /home/ks4wdarnrs22/domains/tzplanet.com/html/words/wp-content/themes/osage/header.php on line 105

Warning: include(http://tzplanet.com/header_main.php): failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in /home/ks4wdarnrs22/domains/tzplanet.com/html/words/wp-content/themes/osage/header.php on line 105

Warning: include(): Failed opening 'http://tzplanet.com/header_main.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/opt/alt/php73/usr/share/pear') in /home/ks4wdarnrs22/domains/tzplanet.com/html/words/wp-content/themes/osage/header.php on line 105


PhotoNetCast is here


If you are interested in photography (and I’m assuming so if you are reading this), and specially if you are more of the tech savvy kind of person, you are probably aware of a high number of photography podcasts.

I know I am, and there is a list of them I’m following. Some better produced than others, but usually the content is delivered in an entertaining way that keeps me coming back for more. I’ve learned a lot from these “internet radio shows”.

But one thing that started bothering me is that usually they are produced by one photographer, a kind of “one-man-show”, and thus gives only one side of the story. It’s only the author’s opinion there.

For some topics that is more than enough but for others I would like to have other photographer’s points of view.


What is PhotoNetCast?

With this idea in mind, I “grabbed” the attention of three other photographers (I’m sure you know them) and we decided to start producing a podcast that is focused not only in delivering what we hope is quality content, but do it in a round table format, where each of us can share our opinions in a way that is open and invites discussion. No scripts, no bias. Just a good conversation on photography. And no, we don’t always agree with each other on certain topics.

And PhotoNetCast was created.


Who you’ll find in PhotoNetCast?

For the majority of you, the names are already associated with high quality content and experience and it’s something that we want to translate into the audio version.

Martin Gommel (Kwerfeldein.de), Jim Goldstein (JMG-Galleries), Brian Auer (Epic Edits Weblog) and me. A freelance, a semi-professional and two hobbyist photographers, coming from two different continents. Is there a better mixture?


Where can you find PhotoNetCast?

Easy. The best way is just to head over to PhotoNetCast.com and see what is around. At the time of writing, we have released two episodes of the show and you can listen to them on-site, download the mp3 versions, subscribe to the feed through iTunes or grab the normal RSS feed and listen on your feed reader.

We are planning to release new episodes every two weeks, and a good number of topics that are sure to interest you are already in the queue.


And what more?

It’s a podcast, it’s about photography and it’s our best effort.

Well, if you want ways to interact with us and give your contribute to the show, we’ve also thought about it. Comment on the blog, send us emails and send us voice comments. The idea was to create a podcast that is open to opinions and discussion, including yours. Any feedback is always welcome, specially in the beginning of a project like this.


So, grab a cup of coffee, head over to PhotoNetCast.com and enjoy the show… We hope to see you over there.

Recommended for you


  1. Pingback: Neuer Foto - Podcast : PhotoNetCast | Digitale Fotografie Lernen - KWERFELDEIN - Martin Gommel

  2. Pingback: intermayer.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>