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By Scott Bourne and Richard Harrington

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Professional photographers join Scott Bourne and Richard Harrington to discuss the latest in digital photography and answer questions three times each month on the Photofocus show. You can also get additional photography information at the site. The show publishes to the feed on the 5th, 15th and 25th of each month. Send your photo questions to Thanks for listening. Produced by: Scott Bourne Bourne Media Group 1445 American Pacific Drive #110-285 Henderson, Nevada 89074 702-558-3805

Customer Reviews

The Bourne Arrogance

My iPod doesn't have enough capacity for Scott Bourne's arrogance and ego. I don't thinks anybody cares about how much money he makes or how many cameras he owns. He's an arrogant blowhard that's bounced around from Podcast to Podcast.

Sound levels are unusable

When listening to previous episoes from Scott Bourne, the sound levels from each speaker pretty much aligned with each other, but now this version with Richard Harrington is terrible. Harringon voice is in the mud, while the guests are loud, so make a decision, listen to the MC and blow out your ears or miss the MC and have good levels for the guest. This especially important when I do not want to disturb my wife when I listen at night. In addition the content has not kept up to the Photofocus from a couple of years ago. I will be unsubscribing.


This podcast has moments, few and far between, of useful insight. But the arrogance and pettiness of the hosts are a little difficult to get thru. Since they have now decided to focus predominately on Adobe post processing and forsaking other useful products, there is certainly no reason for me to remain a listener. I tried to listen again, but the production is SO poor, I have to adjust the volume when they switched from host to guest.

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  • Category: Gadgets
  • Language: English

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