Last week we looked at 5 different ways to create compelling captures here on the blog. Well, today the latest podcast is available where we go into a little more granularity on the subject. A little dash of some photo news and tidbits are thrown in too, but more importantly, the previously hyped and promoted conversation with David DuChemin is now live and ready for your listening enjoyment. We look not only at how to create compelling captures, but also at how the idea of controversy fits into the picture. Can controversial pictures make for more compelling images? What defines controversy? Is it the photographer, the conditions, the viewer, or something else altogether?
David and I also talk about his travels, share a few anecdotes, and look at the world of photography in new and exciting ways – coming at things creatively rather than technically. Lots of great stuff for your listening enjoyment. Here’s the show notes for Episode #33 of Learning Digital Photography:News Canon 7D gets firmware update
Image Analysis using 3-d Software Toyota grabs images off Flickr
David DuChemin Interview Within the Frame Visionmongers On-line E-books
Compelling Captures Summary and Contest Notes Compelling Captures November Contest
The hosting folks are having some technical difficulties, so please bear with them as they sort things out – in the meantime, the ad-free podcast can be downloaded as an mp3 file here!