Within the Frame (video)
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|1||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 20||In the final episode of the Within the Frame podcast series, David duChemin selects one of his own images to critique rather than one from the flickr pool. He reveals why he took the picture and the process involved in capturing the moment.||10/14/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 19||In the second-to-last episode of the Within the Frame podcast series, David duChemin selects two images called "Kiting" and "I'll Join You Later" by Moonting to illustrate how the mood and feel of an image is accomplished through aesthetics of the frame.||10/7/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 18||In episode 18 of the Within the Frame podcast series, author David duChemin selects an image of the Great Wall of China from the flickr pool titled "And So It Begins" to discuss how to give depth to a landscape image.||9/29/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 17||In episode 17 of the series, author David duChemin uses an image from the flickr pool called "Spain" to illustrate the role of lines within an image and how simplicity says more with less.||9/22/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 16||In this episode, author David duChemin selects an image titled "Dark Passenger" from the flickr pool to illustrate the issue of balance within the frame, why we compose images the way we do, and the rule of thirds.||9/16/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 15||In episode 15 of the Within the Frame podcast series, David duChemin discusses why lines are important in an image and the functions they serve including visual exploration.||9/8/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 14||In episode 14 of Within the Frame, author David duChemin discusses how conceptual contrast makes a bold statement in an image titled "Hop, Jump." He also reveals the new direction he's taking with this series.||9/2/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|8||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 13||In episode 13 of the Within the Frame podcast series, David duChemin compares two images from different photographers to illustrate the importance of having a clear subject in your photograph. He also reveals the last question you want a viewer to ask...||8/27/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|9||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 12||In episode 12 of David duChemin's Within the Frame series, three images are critiqued as a set to illustrate the effective use of color. duChemin discusses color psychology and how, when used correctly, it adds value to your images and evokes emotions.||8/19/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|10||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 11||In the 11th episode of this series, David duChemin critiques a photo aptly titled "Know when to hold it" - not to be confused with the hit song by Kenny Rogers. He emphasizes the concept of simplicity and how it can be used to effectively tell a story.||8/12/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|11||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 10||In episode 10 of the Within the Frame podcast series, David gives us his take on HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography and why adding a special effect to a photo can sometimes ruin its juxtaposition.||8/5/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|12||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 9||In episode 9, David duChemin talks about sharpness and focus, finding balance, capturing a moment, and the use and meaning of light in a black-and-white image.||7/26/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|13||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 8||David duChemin compares two separate series of photos selected from the Within the Frame Flickr pool. He also encourages all photographers to bend the rules of convention and focus on light, color, plus emotion to stir a deeper reaction within the viewer.||7/22/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|14||CleanVideoWithin the Frame – Episode 7||In episode 7 of the Within the Frame podcast series, author David duChemin critiques a beautiful image of a golf course, explains why a photograph is or is not compelling, and shares a plug-in that will enhance your image viewing experience on Flickr.||7/14/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|15||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 6||In the sixth episode of this series, David critiques a photograph, titled "Eden," of a little girl in a purple dress. He also addresses exactly what inspires him to choose particular images from the Within the Frame flickr pool.||7/8/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|16||CleanVideoWithin the Frame – Episode 5||This week David duChemin critiques "The Devil's Chopsticks." David discusses the mystery of the photograph and the superior lighting you'll see in the image.||6/22/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|17||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 4||This week David duChemin critiques an image of a young girl at a birthday party.||6/16/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|18||CleanVideoWithin the Frame – Episode 3||Tune in for this week's image critiques from David duChemin. You'll hear about lighting, color depth, foreground, and background, as well as the importance of a photo's focus.||6/9/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|19||CleanVideoWithin the Frame - Episode 2||David duChemin critiques two more images submitted on the Within the Frame flickr group. David talks about the potential for the first image to become iconic. David's critique of the second image focuses on lighting and the importance of point of view.||6/2/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|20||CleanVideoWithin the Frame – Episode 1||In this inaugural episode, David duChemin explains the concept and scope of series. Then David critiques two images and covers concepts such as composition, quality of light, and combing foreground and background to create depth in an image.||5/26/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
Very insightful critiques, great tips to apply to ones own photography. Need it for iPhone compatibility!
Great Photography Podcast!
This is the photography podcast that I have been looking for! It examines the actual photo (rather than gear or post processing etc.) which is, in my opinion, a refreshing approach. That is NOT to say that photography gear/tech-heavy podcasts are not as good, I just enjoy David's instruction on how to make your photos more engaging. I definitely plan on picking up a copy of his book by the same name!
David, great podcast! I had already committed to watching each episode and then when you told me you had selected my image, that definitely locked me in. Great review and I actually agree with you 98%. One of those things that I noticed too when reviewing the images later. I too would like to understand why this podcast can't be played on the iPhone. I'd love to be able to carry Episode 7 around with me and show people, though your performance in Episode 4 was quite worthy of accolades and awards too. Keep up the great work and I'm glad to hear that the series has been extended beyond the original 10 episodes that were planned.
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