(© antonio m. rosario)
Ward and Antonio do a quick post mortem to last episode's interview with Melissa Breyer and talk about Antonio's guest spot on Bart Busschot's "Let's Talk Photography" podcast. Then they discuss why some folks just love shallow depth of field.
Let's Talk Photography podcast
Ward Rosin’s Website, Instagram feed and Facebook page.
Ornis Photo Website
(Antonio's DoF shots)
Ward's railroad images:
Photo of poet Charles Beaudelaire shot by Etienne Carjat.
After a rather long enforced absence due to Covid 19 AND joblessness, I'm back with a rambling walk in my favorite outdoor podcasting location, Green-Wood. Also, I'm making an announcement about an announcement, if that makes any sense.
(image courtesy of ©Bryan Minear)
This last episode of 2020 (and my 3rd of December!) I chat with my friend Bryan Minear about processing. I was inspired to talk with Bryan after he posted a video he made of himself processing images in Capture One. I wanted to discuss this question that popped into my head: Has processing given us a solution for a problem that wasn’t there? While we don't fully answer this, I believe this is a beginning of a longer discussion about processing our photographs using apps like Capture One and the new artificial intelligence features of apps like Photoshop and Luminar AI. Processing is integral for many photographers (Bryan and myself included) whose visual voice is completed when they take their images into the digital darkroom, but is it possible to lose control over our creativity?
Bryan Minear: Website & Twitter
Photoshop AI features
Yet another Dispatch from Green-Wood. What's new? During this walk I post a small challenge to myself and the rest of you. Also chat a little about my foray into bird photography. You can view more images here: http://streetshots.photography/2020/12/01/street-shots-podcast-ep-127-dispatches-from-green-wood-no-9-whats-new/
Some of the hawks I photographed:
Basquiat's grave marker: