The Active Photographer
By Giles Babbidge
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The Active Photographer Podcast: A behind-the-scenes glimpse into the day-to-day life of a working professional photographer. Giles Babbidge enthusiastically shares his knowledge and passion for photography and the great outdoors. Listen as he talks through photo shoots whilst on location and post production considerations when back in his office. Join him as he ventures off the beaten track on research trips and Test/Review days in the field. With exclusive industry interviews and news of the latest developments over on The Active Photographer website, TAP is a fantastic resource for budding photographers and outdoors enthusiasts alike.
||Episode #237: Photographing Racton Monument||This week: I’m on location, shooting a specific picture for a magazine article. You’ll remember that a few weeks back, I went on an overnight camping trip, putting together a walking feature for a magazine.||23 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #236: The Photography Show 2017||This week: I’m sharing a couple of conversations recorded live at The Photography Show 2017. Once again, I had a great trip up to The Photography Show and as ever, I recorded a number of informal conversions with manufacturers and service providers wh||16 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #235: Camping Magazine Photography||This week: I’m talking through some feature article pictures as I shoot them. I recently submitted a feature to Camping Magazine, in which I discussed how families and individuals can put together a simple,||2 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #234: Packing For An Overnighter – Part 2||This week: I’m talking about the kit selected for a camping/photography trip. Around the middle of last week, I headed off to the South Downs in order to work on a feature describing a walking route. On that occasion,||12 3 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #233: Packing For An Overnighter – Part 1||This week: I’m talking about the kit selected for a camping/photography trip. Around the middle of last week, I headed off to the South Downs in order to work on a feature describing a walking route. On that occasion,||5 3 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #232: Location Portraits Using Peli Lighting||This week: I’m talking about a quick Test/Review sunset photo shoot. I recently headed out on location to see how Peli’s 9490 RALS lighting would cope during an evening portrait photo shoot. In this episode,||19 2 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #231: When Things Don’t Quite Go To Plan||This week: I’m talking about the need to make alternative arrangements. This week’s show has a dual purpose. On the one hand I’m discussing the matter of how we work around situations which don’t quite go to plan – and at the same time,||12 2 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #230: Volkswagen Photo Location Scouting||This week: I’m doing a spot of location scouting for a forthcoming photo shoot. In conjunction with Volkswagen and my good friend, musician Tom Kent, there’s a lot to think about in advance. It’s important to get a head start in order to address mu||15 1 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #229: Foggy Shoreline Photography||This week: I’m returning to the water, in search of some elusive pictures. In last week’s show, you heard me talking through a series of images as I shot them down by the water’s edge. This time around, you join me as I revisit that area,||8 1 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode #228: Early Morning Shoreline Photography||This week: I’m down by the water’s edge, capturing the early-morning light. My take on this set of images for a feature article was slightly different than one might expect. Rather than shooting wide angle sunrise pictures,||1 1 2017||Free||View in iTunes|