136 — Lube up your Old Filters
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #136 talks about creating dreamy images by placing Vaseline or petroleum jelly on an old UV filter attached to your lens. By doing this you are often able to create dreamy, impressionistic images. The procedure is simple; take an OLD UV filter (because removing the vaseline from the filter after use might damage its coating) and screw it onto a lens. Then place a wee bit of petroleum jelly (just a bit goes a long way) on your finger and apply it to the front of the UV filter. Take a few images and see what you get. Play with the level and position of the blur by re ..read more
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Photography forum winning images of the month — Round two 2015
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
Hi photo lovers, In case you are new around here this is where the Admin (me) chooses one excellent photo nominated by other members from the Member’s monthly choice forum. Once 10 images are nominated, I choose a ‘winner’. Just so it’s clear, the photo I choose are not necessarily the best ones of the month. I’ve come to realize it’s not logical to pit images from totally different genres against each other. That’s why there are categories in photo contests. My goal is to simply choose an excellent photo and talk about why I think it rocks.  This round of nominations, once agai ..read more
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135 — Photographers — Get Thee To a Museum
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #135 discusses how going to museums to study painters and paintings can improve your photography. After all, both painting and photography are 2D media trying to represent a 3D world. When photographers study the compositional and lighting techniques used by painting masters, their own photographs often improve. Feel free to add to the conversation by leaving a comment or sharing/liking this post in some way. Click the player at the end of this post to listen to (or download) this 15 minute podcast. Caravaggio — The Conversion on the way to Damascus — 16 ..read more
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Photo Backup Strategy While Travelling
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
Hi there photography lovers! It’s been a while since my last post and podcast and  I hope to make up for it– shortly. I’m lucky enough to be travelling on a photography holiday right now (I’m in Prague, CZ) and because this is a photo holiday, the photographs I am taking are precious and irreplaceable. I’d like to think that most serious photographers feel the same way and so I thought I’d share my photo backup strategy while travelling.  Bubbles, Kids and the Tyn Church — Prague CZ Let me say up front that I am not uploading my RAW files to ‘the cloud’ — because uploading hu ..read more
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Photography forum winning images of the month — Round five 2014/2015
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
Hi photography lovers, In case you are new around here this is where the Admin (me) chooses one (occasionally 2) excellent photos nominated by other members from the Member’s monthly choice forum. Once 10 images are nominated, I choose a ‘winner’. Just so it’s clear, the photo(s) I choose are not necessarily the best ones of the month. I’ve come to realize it’s not really logical to pit images from totally different genres against each other. That’s why there are categories in photo contests. My goal is to simply choose an excellent photo and talk about why I think it rocks. This round of ..read more
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134 — Finding Your Unique Photography style — Interview with Bret Culp
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #134 features an interview with Toronto, Ontario fine art photographer Bret Culp. During the interview we talk about finding and developing your own photography or shooting style. Bret offers up some practical tips on how to make this process easier. Feel free to add to the conversation by leaving a comment or sharing/liking this post in some way. Thanks to The Camera Store (The largest camera store in Calgary, Alberta, Canada)  for sponsoring the Photography.ca podcast. Click the player at the end of this post to listen to (or download) the 30i ..read more
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133 — Essential Camera Features — Interview with Royce Howland
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #133 features an interview with Canadian fine art photographer Royce Howland. During the interview we discuss what camera features we think are essential. There are loads of extra bells and whistles on cameras these days and even though both Royce and I have kick-butt camera gear, we ignore the majority of the new features and focus on the essentials. We also discuss essential camera modes and touch on essential lenses. Of course feel free to let us know if you feel we missed something essential. Thanks to The Camera Store (The largest camera store i ..read more
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Wounded The Legacy of War — Q&A with Bryan Adams
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
I saw some new photography work by Bryan Adams a short time ago ago where he photographed wounded soldiers. The images of wounded soldiers were stark and I wanted to ask Bryan a few questions about the new work. What follows is a quick Q&A about Bryan’s new work called Wounded: The Legacy of War. Wounded — Karl Hinett © Bryan Adams   Wounded: The Legacy of War — Q&A with Bryan Adams Ph.ca - I’ve been following your photography for a while and this latest work is the ‘rawest’ work of yours I’ve seen thus far. Can I ask what drew you to this subject matter? ba ..read more
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Fuji X-T1 — A Fine Camera for Almost Everything
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
Thanks to our partnership with The Camera Store (The largest camera store in Calgary Alberta Canada), I recently tested The Fuji X-T1 w/the Fuji XF 18-135mm f/3.5–5.6 lens. The Fuji X-T1 is a solid, retro-looking mirrorless camera that I’ve been wanting to test for a few months as it has been getting seriously good reviews and some pros have even touted it as a DSLR killer. Although I love my DSLR (Nikon D800E replaced by the D810), it’s heavy and a pain to carry around for hours and hours at a time. I’m always interested to test smaller cameras that can give my DSLR a good fight for its ..read more
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132 — Rust Photography — Interview with Bryan Davies
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by Marko Kulik
10M ago
Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #132 features an interview with Canadian photographer Bryan Davies. During the interview we discuss Bryan’s rust photography. We cover what inspired the series, how it was shot, how it was post-processed and Bryan’s plans for the future. Thanks to The Camera Store (The largest camera store in Calgary, Alberta, Canada)  for sponsoring the Photography.ca podcast. Click the player at the end of this post to listen to (or download) the 13ish minute podcast. Fargo Mania by Bryan Davies   Artful Rust image by Bryan Davies   Artful Rust image ..read more
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