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This Week in Photo

By Frederick Van Johnson, Alex Lindsay

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Description

Join Frederick Van Johnson, Alex Lindsay, and friends each week as they discuss photography, camera technique, technology and news. With in-depth guest interviews and discussion around everything from taking family photos to understanding how state-of-the-art cameras work — you'll hear it all on This Week in Photo.

Customer Reviews

50% Photography Talk, 50% Scott Bourne Reading his Resume

We get it, you're photo pros. That's why you're doing a show. But at every chance possible Scott needs to remind us what countries he took photos, which books he wrote, how much money he has and lots of personal info that nobody asked for. I was so excited to hear that a photo show was coming from TWiT/PixelCorps. But the product itself is so padded with non-essential details then it's been a real disappointment. I'll probably give them a few episodes to get the name-dropping out of their system. But if this continues to be the "Scott Bourne reads his Resume Show" then I will gladly live life without this.

Could be better

Guys, the topics are pretty good. I've listened to 4 or 5 of your podcasts before deciding to move on to another photo podcast. I know that it must be hard to do a photography podcast when so much of the topic is and should be visual. Even so, it seems like you guys get together and chat without much in the way of a planned discussion. If you review what you are going to discuss, a person could listen to the review and decide yea or nay on continuing to listen. Also, stop schilling for free products! that was aggravating! Lastly, can your egos get any bigger? Good luck.

Scott is arrogant, rude and annoying

I generally like this podcast until Scott Borne starts flapping his jaw about his own self importance, how much money he makes, or starts being rude the other hosts/guests. Alex, Fred and Steve are great podcast personalities and well established photographers or digital artists and are great additions to the show, but Scott makes this show unbearable.

This Week in Photo
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  • Category: Visual Arts
  • Language: English

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