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A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers

By Ben Smith

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Fortnightly in-depth interviews featuring a diverse range of talented, innovative, world-class photographers from established, award-winning and internationally exhibited stars to young and emerging talents discussing their lives, work and process with fellow photographer, Ben Smith. Music: © John Moody.

Customer Reviews

Best out there, by a mile...

Its simple. Just look up the people he’s interviewing… if you know them you’ll know that this is the only podcast doing this. Anyone interested in how the very best photographers get their ideas will need to listen and listen carefully - there’s gold in them.

Into the Photographer headspace

At long last, I have the chance to understand who goes on in the head of a photographer before he takes a photo. This interview is very enriching for those are into photography as an interest or a profession. This is one podcast to follow as Ben has got it right.
Great interview, Ben keep up the good job.

Small voice, big idea

Informed and great pace. Nice to hear those being interviewed and not too much of the interviewer. I have just enjoyed listening to the programmes whilst looking at the photographer's work on their web sites. It was really enlightening to hear that George Georgiou had such a poor start to his photography career. It should give many of us hope, whatever line of work we're in. I would like to have the podcasts in shorter chunks though, say 20 mins. Not a criticism, just a suggestion.

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