We’re going to start talking iPhone soon, but here’s a podcast worth listening to, if you’re photographically-inclined:
The Martin Bailey Photography Podcast (link opens iTunes) is unique on the list of podcasts I listen to. It’s the only one that blends its audio presentation with still frames. (There is a plain MP3 version without the slideshow accompaniment, but that sounds tedious to me.) Bailey is a semi-professional photographer, I suppose. He has a day job, but spends the rest of his time specializing in nature photography. Here’s the twist: He’s a Briton living in Japan. His podcast is often half-travelogue, half photography primer. He tells the stories behind the pictures, the technical aspects of the pictures, and more.
His presentation is very calm and methodical, lasting about a half hour or so per weekly episode. You’ll learn about photography, Japan, nature, and a whole lot more along the way. It’s a great show.
Check out his portfolio at MartinBaileyPhotography.com. Beautiful stuff, and he’s a Canon shooter, too. Those are turning into a rare breed these days. ::sigh::
Previous Photography Podcast Posts:
- Photo Podcasts, Part One (17 June 2009)
- Photography Podcasts, Part 2 of 2 (14 November 2007)
- More Photography Podcast Suggestions (18 June 2009)
- More Photography Podcasts Worth Listening To (11 January 2008)