On this episode, Antonio reminisced about his recent photo showcase, set against a brick backdrop that brought his images to life. Mark Reierson's touch made the difference in the arrangement. The chat soon hinted at future engagements, notably an artist talk and an exciting zine collaboration.
Ward and Antonio's joint Street Shots zine, "Line of Sight," celebrates a collaboration of street photography. Crafted meticulously using the Miro app, the upcoming zine doesn't just chronicle their passion but will also support their podcast. Both are excited about upcoming projects: Antonio's nostalgic "11218+" venture and Ward's "Communities" project capturing Calgary's essence. They both revel in the idea of converting their digital captures into tactile memories.
Finally, a recent outing saw Antonio lead a Scott Kelby's worldwide photo walk, favoring his iPhone 15 and dabbling with a new LIDAR-equipped Polaroid. Later, Antonio and Ward exchanged notes on the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Impressed by its features, especially the "tetra prism", they also agree on one thing: Snapseed's app excellence, even if the desktop version leaves them chuckling about its quirks.