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A frequently recorded podcast of daily thoughts and or information regarding photography, videography, as well as audio. I’m not an expert in any of these field’s I do believe that I can help the beginner to intermediate answer any questions. **Update I've added some new voices to the show and its running a bit longer these days!**
 
Welcome to the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom podcast and tutorial series. This podcast series is designed to give you access to the real story behind Lightroom. Not only do we take you behind the scenes with the engineers on the Lightroom team so you can hear their personal thinking on the program, but we also interview industry leaders and artists to gain their insight into the art and craft of digital photography. Your input has helped make Lightroom great, so keep it coming. Thanks very much, ...
 
Welcome to a Photographer’s Life! The channel that takes you behind the curtain into the world of professional architecture, real estate and aerial photography. Broadcasts come from group Zoom meetings and personal interviews with our elite AIAP™, REPAI™ & ADPA™ photographers. AIAP director Alan Blakely leads the discussions. Learn from America’s top architecture photographers as they discuss topics such as: • The architecture, real estate & aerial photography business • What constitutes cre ...
 
From the creators of ARC interviews + The Experience // ARC an annual conference in Canada, our aim at The ARC Creative Podcast is to expose our listeners to creative insight from photographers + creatives from various fields and backgrounds. We believe in helping to establish environments that foster creativity & social connections. We believe that learning from others and expanding our circle of influence can bring our community clarity, happiness, and joy through creativity.
 
Whether you want to create stunning images, or just use your digital camera for life's memories, there is something here for you. Recent episodes show Aperture and Lightroom (coming June 2011). Jim Everett is an Australian living in Los Angeles - a photographic artist and entertaining presenter who demystifies technology for the new user. He has been a repeat guest on the popular G4 Tech TV Canada "The Lab With Leo Laporte" show (see episodes here), and is a regular contributor to Photo Mark ...
 
Each week, listeners get a witty, behind-the-scenes look at the culture of online influence through light-hearted conversations with some of the most polarizing personalities on social media. Get a glimpse at what’s behind the polished images we see online and tackle the topics surrounding the perfectly curated feed. Slow Your Scroll is meant to connect content creators, influencers, and their audience on both an informative and entertaining level and is hosted by Krystal Faircloth.
 
A photography show to help photographers become better visual storytellers so they can take better photos to share, sell and remember. Welcome to our photography podcast, The Photo Flunky Show, hosted by William & Lee Beem. Photography offers limitless options and there are plenty of voices in the field. Our weekly show emphasizes the importance of story and creativity to help you visualize the photo in your head before you ever click the shutter, as well as helping you understand your gear ...
 
A deep dive into the craft of Product Marketing with the best Product Marketers in the world. Each week we sit down with Product Marketing experts at some of the fastest growing technology companies in the world. Hosted by Jeffrey Vocell, Director of Product Marketing at Iterable and brought to you by Sharebird.com, the leading Product Marketing question and answer site.
 
In this podcast I talk about everything that surrounds my life on a daily basis as a young adult creative entrepreneur in 2018. Wordy, right? Topics will include but not be limited to creativity, mental wellness, positive psychology, motivation, freelancing, etc. **PLEASE UNDERSTAND that every opinion expressed in this podcast and mine and mine alone. Please seek professional advice if you would like to understand more about any of these topics**
 
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ATTENTION FEMME-TREPRENEURS AND YOU OTHER FEMALE MISFITS!We know taking the unconventional path of entrepreneurship, lady boss-ness, or the nomad lifestyle can be tough and lonely. And not to mention we're in our 30's now! yikes! But it doesn't have to be so horrible...okay no, it probably will be, but we've been there too. We've been through the dirt and back, and we want to help and support you on this journey. So let's strap on our big girl pants and do this!
 
Trey's Variety Hour brings together fun and clever people from all over the world to talk about photography, art, the future, and the dynamic nature of the new culture we are all building together. It's hosted by Trey Ratcliff, the travel photographer from StuckInCustoms.com. The show uses the Google+ Hangout feature has the feel of sitting-around-the-fire-after-supper-with-good-friends-and-drinking-port-while-discussing-the-European-theatre-of-war and crazy wildcards thrown into the mix for ...
 
Trey's Variety Hour brings together fun and clever people from all over the world to talk about photography, art, the future, and the dynamic nature of the new culture we are all building together. It's hosted by Trey Ratcliff, the travel photographer from StuckInCustoms.com. The show uses the Google+ Hangout feature has the feel of sitting-around-the-fire-after-supper-with-good-friends-and-drinking-port-while-discussing-the-European-theatre-of-war and crazy wildcards thrown into the mix for ...
 
Creative entrepreneur, Jess Kovic shares intimate confessions about her real real life struggle and success as an artist putting her work out into the world. Opening yourself up to display your passion is scary and can hold even the most talented artists back. We’re a fragile bunch. Get the dish on exhibiting, vendors, money talk and embarrassing tales of a creative in business. We’re name dropping here people. This podcast reveals all of her tips and tricks while figuring them out in real t ...
 
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Mary Sheehan’s career began in the early days of Google, where she started as an Account Manager fresh out of college. Switching lanes to Product Marketing, Sheehan now heads the Product Marketing team for Adobe Lightroom. In this interview, Jeffrey and Mary talk about her newly launched book “The Pocket Guide to Product Launches”. In this intervie…
 
We’re excited to welcome photographer Mike Hipple to talk about his latest book “Lived Through That: 90s Musicians Today.” What started as an artistic distraction to photograph creative people spawned a book of iconic 1980s musicians, “80s Redux!,” which he followed up with this book of notable music makers of the next decade. We talk about working…
 
Today we’ll touch on the Adobe content analytics issue, a bit of Flickr pro drama, big movies shot on film and a really interesting firmware from Canon. Topics: [WORKSHOPS] Almost Full: Eastern European Photo Roadtrip : The September Eastern European tour is filling up. The Sep 2-11 leg has one spot left, the Sep 14-23 leg has two spots left. On th…
 
Hey everyone! I'm back ...again haha if you are curious as to why this podcast might have stopped abruptly or just hasn't had a new episode in a while, there are some answers inside. I also discuss some of my future plans for this podcast and how I will be proceeding in the future. I can't thank you enough for being so supportive, and if there are …
 
As a PM at Google, Vishal Naik focuses on Google Assistant integrations with other products. Before that, he spent valuable years at DocuSign and TriNet, getting to know the SaaS space inside out. In this episode, Jeffrey and Vishal talk about his experience at Google, the ways in which a product marketer can influence the product roadmap, and how …
 
Have you ever wondered what equipment America's top architectural photographers really use, and really want? Take a behind-the-scenes look at a candid discussion about cameras, lenses, accessories, and software by the pros who create the world's best architectural photographs. Find out what successful, working architectural photographers really use…
 
TFOP 245 discusses a new camera purchase and a conversation about historical photos and gold-plating photography on glass || Neurapix is a German startup that has developed AI-based software that can learn from previously edited images and apply the same edits to new photos at a fast rate || Two lawsuits against AI || xkcd has a comic about the sim…
 
What will your photography look like in the new year? Although Kirk and Jeff are wary of making any New Year’s resolutions, they each came up with photographic goals to chase that involve learning new skills and pushing out of their comfort zones. Hosts: Jeff Carlson: website, Jeff's photos, Jeff on Instagram, Jeff on Glass Kirk McElhearn: website,…
 
Today we’ll look at social media, massive full-resolution space imagery, weird lenses and the cautionary tale of big corporations vacuuming up massive amounts of imagery and what we can do about that (or if we even should). Also Steve has a fun film question: how to distinguish exposed (but not developed) film? Topics: [OTHER] Reminder: Find me on …
 
On this episode: JUST RELEASED: the third edition of The Film Photography Handbook. JUST RELAUNCHED: chrismarquardt.com (now offers information about my services in training, consulting, production, and photography as well as some references to past work). COMING UP: The 10-day Eastern Europe photo road trip in Sep 2023 for amateur and professional…
 
Happy 2023! I use a lot of photo software for my photography - Lightroom, Photoshop, ON1 Effects, ON1 Resize, Topaz Sharpen AI, Luminar Neo, Radiant Photo… I admit it, I like software tools. I don’t use every tool every day, some are more specialized or niche than others. My core processing tools are Lightroom and ON1 Effects. These are my bread an…
 
In this podcast Alan Blakely talks about his award-winning career as a professional photographer. Alan discusses his beginnings as a newspaper photographer to his current status as one of the world's foremost architectural photographers. Alan also offers insights into his formula for business success in an ever-changing economy. Alan's understandin…
 
Find out how to best handle estimates, invoices, and image licensing from some of America's best architectural photographers. Discover how to avoid the headaches that come from sloppy business practices. The Association of Independent Architectural Photographers™ was established in 2001 and is an Internet-based trade association with one primary pu…
 
Perhaps you’ve heard that there’s an ideal focal length that is the closest approximation to the human eye. Or perhaps you’re a purist who can’t imagine shooting anything but a 50mm prime. In this episode, Jeff and Kirk dig into these preconceptions and talk about how focal length affects your photography. Hosts: Jeff Carlson: website, Jeff's photo…
 
"I define product marketing as a function which takes into account your market, your customer, and your product truths to drive go-to-market outcomes." -Sahil Sethi Before he was a VP of Marketing at Klaviyo, Sahil Sethi spent incredibly valuable years with McKinsey, Microsoft, and Qualtrics, among other companies. In this episode, Jeffrey and Sahi…
 
“I’m guided by a deep sense of curiosity.” - Tiffany Tooley Tiffany Tooley started her career as a one-person marketing team of a small cookie manufacturer. Today, she’s the Head of Product Marketing at Hubspot. Throughout her journey as a product marketer, she nurtured a strong growth mindset – as someone who thrives when presented with a challeng…
 
Cultivating a Community of Collaborators: An Interview with Josh Olson Growing up in Minnesota as an aspiring photographer, Josh Olson didn't have the Rocky Mountains of Colorado or the architecture of New York City, yet he didn't need them—he had people to inspire him. In fact, people have been the foundation of what sustains him, mentors him, and…
 
Oh look, it’s a new episode! Reframing shots in 3D, a relaunched website, listener feedback, a look at NeRFs (no, not the toy guns) and the importance of the real world experience. Topics: [NEWS] Relaunched chrismarquardt.com : Chris has been working on a new website design to better showcase his various skills, experiences and showcase his art and…
 
October and November bring a deluge of new camera announcements, which gets our minds to thinking, “Do we need new cameras?” But buying a camera today is different than it was just a few years ago, with factors such as AI-based autofocus systems and much higher megapixel sensors that affect everything from memory cards to computer storage. Hosts: J…
 
Ever wondered what cameras and lenses the pros actually use? Here are the surprising answers. Find out what successful, working photographers use rather than the useless videos posted by YouTube's many non-photographers. The Association of Independent Architectural Photographers™ was established in 2001 and is an Internet-based trade association wi…
 
An eye-opening discussion of the opportunities and challenges facing American architectural photographers. AIAP members discuss their personal businesses and clients. The Association of Independent Architectural Photographers™ was established in 2001 and is an Internet-based trade association with one primary purpose: To promote the professional su…
 
Photocombobulate is a podcast about photography hosted by Jeff Carlson and Mason Marsh. Each episode seeks to unravel a complex topic and make it understandable. For show notes about this episode, along with the images Jeff and Mason talk about, visit the show’s website at www.photocombobulate.com You can find our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify…
 
Chad Kimner is a Product Marketing Director for AR/VR solutions at Meta, where he is currently spearheading the go-to-market strategy for privacy and responsible innovation. In his role at Meta, Chad is embracing the powerful opportunity to shed more light on the capabilities of augmented and virtual reality, and be part of Meta’s exciting venture …
 
The Power of Pivoting: An Interview with Amber Hughes For the past 16 years, Amber Hughes has been an acclaimed Vancouver-based wedding and portrait photographer. However, when the pandemic hit in 2020, 95% of her clients disappeared from either rescheduling or canceling, leaving her with 0% foreseeable income. What started as a period of existenti…
 
“You should be listening to your customers every day – it should be a fundamental part of what you do because you represent that customer, and you are their mouthpiece.” – Kristen Brophy Kristen Brophy is a Senior Director of Marketing at the NBA, leading product marketing efforts on NBA’s direct to consumer side, including the NBA app and the asso…
 
I have a set of 3 questions to help me get unstuck when I’m in the field: What do I want to say? How do I effectively say it? Why is one writing technique preferred over another to deliver my message? I learned this approach to storytelling from writing. A writer asks these key questions as they work on their piece, whether it’s creative writing, a…
 
From the Archives, we share this special episode with Jess Robson. Jess is a communications coach, consultant and copywriter who's been running a referral-based communications business for nearly 10 years. Her practice is rooted in supporting people in finding their words, and using them well; whether that's to communicate their business, brand, pr…
 
Topics: [COOL] Register Now: Eastern European Photo Road Trip : The 10-day Eastern European Photo Road Trip from Berlin via Dresden/Prague/Vienna/Budapest to Transylvania is now officially open for registration! The dates are: Tour 1 (Berlin to Transylvania) Sep 2-11 2023 and Tour 2 (Transylvania to Berlin) Sep 14-23 2023. If you’re interested, sen…
 
In this episode, we’re focusing our attention on features in the Photos apps for Mac and iOS/iPadOS. Did you know you can select text in images, select and copy subjects with a single touch, identify plants and animals, and identify duplicates in your library? We show you how. Hosts: Jeff Carlson: website, Jeff's photos, Jeff on Instagram, Jeff on …
 
(Photo by Jon Tyson) This is an important episode. Probably more important than other episodes. And more urgent too. Why? You need to prepare yourself for a dramatically and very quickly changing creative landscape. And Chris is here to help you with the first steps. Topics: [NEWS] Affinity 2 Is Here : Affinity Photo/Designer/Publisher 2 are here. …
 
Kevin Wu is the Head of Solution and Category Product Marketing at Airtable, where he has been building a product marketing program from scratch. In his role at Airtable, Kevin has been reinventing the product’s messaging and positioning framework. When it comes to SaaS B2B companies, he says, the messaging should start at the demo. In this episode…
 
When you look through the viewfinder of your camera, what do you see? Just the scene in front of the lens, or the version you know is possible when you edit the shot later in software? This week Jeff and Kirk talk about visualizing the edit while you’re shooting to get photos that look the way you remember or how you’d prefer them to be. Hosts: Jef…
 
“Always put on your own personal research hat.” - Jameelah Calhoun Jameelah Calhoun currently serves as the Global Head of Product Marketing at Eventbrite, where she drives go-to-market and monetization efforts to launch new product experiences for both event creators and consumers. In her role at Eventbrite, she is working on continuing the evolut…
 
“Don’t launch it and leave it - launch and learn.” -Brianne Shally In this interview Jeffrey and Brianne discuss what being a PMM leader for a consumer product marketing brand is like as well as Brianne’s path into PMM. Brianne is a former strategy consultant who considers herself a business leader first, and pmm second. What she loves to solve is,…
 
Photocombobulate is a podcast about photography hosted by Jeff Carlson and Mason Marsh. Each episode seeks to unravel a complex topic and make it understandable. For show notes about this episode, along with the images Jeff and Mason talk about, visit the show’s website at www.photocombobulate.com You can find our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify…
 
Apple announced new iPad and iPad Pro models aimed at two very different audiences, but how do they look for photographers? Also new are updates to Adobe’s Lightroom line of products, bringing improved AI-based masking features to the broad suite of photo editing apps. Jeff and Kirk weigh in on these and more in the latest episode. Hosts: Jeff Carl…
 
Convenience always wins. That’s why the iPhone camera app is by far the most used one. Not because it’s the best but because it’s the quickest to reach from the iOS lock screen. Not any longer. Chris presents a method to launch ANY camera app to the lock screen with a single tap. Glorious! Also: a new tool that adds English subtitles to any video o…
 
Rekha is an engineer turned marketer who has a technical background and fell in love with the PMM craft. Two aspects that she thoroughly enjoys in the GTM process are the naming and positioning of new products and features. She advocates for involving every team in the launch process and both internally and externally creating messaging that clearl…
 
Chris’ main workstation is still out, but a replacement is getting closer, in form of a fan-less compact laptop that will outperform the previous iMac Pro by a decent margin. This is mainly possible thanks to your support! Topics: [PHOTO] Flat Lenses Are Here : Flat lenses are finally becoming a reality. Just not in your camera. Metalenz received a…
 
I carve out at least one day a week to step out into the landscape with my camera. However, of late, I’ve been skipping those outings. I’ve made excuses of one kind or another, or talked myself out of taking in a landscape shoot. I have done camera work for some family events, but not landscape photography. A couple of days ago, the conditions in S…
 
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