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Rangefinder Radio

By Scott Sheppard

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Rangefinder Magazine presents a variety of radio programs geared towards photography enthusiasts and professionals. Join Rangefinder Radio's host Scott Sheppard with in-depth interviews featuring special guests representing the industry's best photography and imaging experts.

Customer Reviews

Good but annoying

I really like this podcast, it is a great resource for up and coming pros. The guest are always great and its nice to hear thier work routine. Now for the bad news. The host will not shut up about film! Film is dead get over it! I know a lot of older non tech saavy photographers like to pine about how great film was but this is the digital age. If I hear him say "theres nothing like thorwing a bunch of slides on a light table" one more time I will puke. He literally says it every show. Then he always has to ask if the pro shoots film as if they are not legit unless they shot chrome. I shot film and it wasnt that great, Digital is here and this show needs to get on with it. Other than that pet peeve I really like the show.

Great Insight Into Successful Photographers!

Rangerinder is a magazine that caters to the photography professional so it's not got the same distribution as an "American Photo", but it contains an amazing amount of useful content. These podcasts are interviews with photographers featured in the magazine. The podcasts are worth listening to, even if you subscribe to Rangefinder, because they go into much more depth as to how a certain photgrapher approaches their craft, the advice they give and just their individual perspective on photography. I recommend the Damon Tucci and Dixie Dixon ones especially, but they are all worth listening to.

Good photo podcast but with one annoying trait . . .

the show's host, Scott Sheppard, Rangefinder mag's resident old school film evangelist, needs to join us here in the 21st century. I shot film for 10+ years and was an early adopter of digital. I don't have anything against those that insist on holding on to film as their medium. That's fine. But it is rather annoying that just about every Rangerfinder Radio podcast of late has either had an interview with someone that besmirches digital photography and harkens back to the good ole' days. Mr. Sheppard can't seem to let a podcast pass without adding his 2 cents into the subject about how film is better in this regard, blah, blah, blah. Again, he's free to shoot film if he wants but this would be a much better podcast if he would just get off the film vs. digital debate and stick to the photographic process, regardless of the capture medium. Given that probably a solid 90% plus of Rangefinder's readers have adopted a digital only workflow, it's time to let this go. Stay away from this debate Scott and the podcast will be much better!

Rangefinder Radio
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  • Category: Visual Arts
  • Language: English

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