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Thoughts on Photography

By Brian McGuckin

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Description

This podcast explores what it means to live a photographic life. What does it mean to be an artist who uses the medium of photography to express themselves artistically to the world. What subjects do we choose and why? How are we influenced by other photographers, art, and the world in general? You won't find any gear-talk, camera reviews, or Photoshop tips here, but rather, you'll find an exploration of our relationship to photography as we continue to refine our vision, our craft, and our art.

Customer Reviews

Philosophical Perspective

Paul's presentation is thought provoking and stimulating. What is photography if we don't consider the wider aspects of our craft, its art, the technology. This podcast takes us away from the latest gismo and improved megapixel race to a more philosophical perspective where the 'eye for an image' can really be tested. It puts the organic function of thinking back into our aesthetic! Keep up the good work Paul.

Serious, thoughtful and helpful

A wide-ranging set of discussions and interviews that I've found helpful and interesting. The main focus is on furthering your development as an artist and on living the photographic life. Paul is well read and while his general approach is intellectual, his advice is pragmatic - he speaks from experience and the result is a good mix of theory and practice. This podcast perfectly complements those from Jeff Curto (Camera Position), Brooks Jensen (Lenswork) and Ibarionex R Perello (The Candid Frame), all of which are available through the iTunes podcast directory. Highly recommended.

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  • Category: Visual Arts
  • Language: English

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