Monday, January 29, 2007

The Candid Frame #25 - PCN Roundtable #2


Welcome to episode two of the Photocast Network Roundtable. This week Jeff Curto (Camera Position), John Arnold (Photo Walkthrough), Chris Marquardt (Tips from the Top Floor) and Ibarionex Perello (The Candid Frame) discuss the importance of printing, lens selection, metering & exposure and self assignments.

I'll be out of town on business this week. A new regular episode of The Candid Frame will be available on the weekend of February 10th.

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Monday, January 22, 2007

The Candid Frame #24 - Brooks Jensen


Brooks Jensen is a photographer, podcaster and the publisher of Lenswork Magazine. As well as producing one of the best photographic magazines available today, his essays and commentary on photography provide great insight into not only photography, but also the underlying desire and need to create.

Lenswork comes in both a printed edition and an expanded edition available on CD. His regular podcast can be listened by subscribing through iTunes or visiting the website. To view his personal work, please visit his website.

Brooks Jensen recommends the work of Larry Wiese.

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My interview on BetterPhoto.com Radio will be found here on and after January 26. Here is a link to my blog which I mentioned on this episode.

Saturday, January 6, 2007

The Candid Frame #23 - Danny Goldfield


Danny Goldfield is a photographer whose project, New York Children, features portraits of children from New York City, each who represents every country in the world. He and his work have been profiled in print, radio and on the web. You can see a short video on the project by visiting the website for Good Magazine. You can see more of his work by visiting his website.

Danny Goldfield recommends the works of John Jerard and Mary Creede.

The audio for this interview is no longer available.