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And… we’re out.
Some sound clips, some memories, and some great times. A long farewell tonight but it’s worth it. To all of our listeners, a heartfelt thanks from all of us. We’ve had a great time, enjoyed offering the show, but now it’s time to say goodbye.
A fond farewell to the friends of our show like Sorry for Your Luck, Liam, Grammar Nazi, Brian, Jason, Jayda, Ivan, and Ted. Our success was due, in no small part, to your input.
Oh, Brian… MARK IS A REAL PERSON!!!
See you on the next podcast, whenever (and whatever) it may be.
Show notes? What show notes?
We did this show a month ago and, for some reason, I never got off of my ass and posted it. So, there are no show notes simply because I can’t remember what we talked about – but I promise that it’s thrilling – and I am too eager to get home and have a drink.
But, can you believe that, after this, there’s just one episode left?
Plenty of time to buy shit through our links, of course, at http://www.polarizingimages.com
See you for the last one, friends
We’re back, baby! And talking school… OLD school. No, not that “old school” but rather the school that we used to go to. From Kindergarten through the 12th grade, all three of us had experiences that, in one way or another, shaped our photography later in life.
Did you have a nasty teacher? Or a great one? Listen to the show and see how seemingly unrelated experiences taught each one of us some of our most valuable pieces of knowledge in photography. From learning about the importance of layering a scene to being told (in a roundabout kind of way) that art and creativity take a backseat to the other classes like math and English, each of the guys recall memories from their school days.
How about you? Please let us know your thoughts. Any memories from your days in school that, looking back, influence you today as a photography? Let us know on the website!
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The guys discuss how important it is to know the history of photography. Is it important to know the history of our craft? As you listen to today’s show, you’ll realize that it depends on who you ask. A lot of different opinions in this show.
Is art a living thing? Does it matter if you never pay attention to other photographers? Can your art progress in a vacuum?
That’s the topic for today – whether or not it’s important for our own photography to study the photographers who have come before us.
What do you think? Let us know!
Oh, and please help us out by using our affiliate links on our page! kthxbye!
It’s a short show today and will be for the next one or two episodes. We’ve been doing this for two and a half years now and we’re feeling the need to revamp the show’s format. So, for the next couple of episodes we’re going to have one short topic until we find our new voice.
Today, as we kick off our “introspection tour,” our topic is the photographic sin. What sin (or sins) have you been guilty of in your photography? Also, what photographic sins are you just sick and tired of seeing other people make? For us, it runs the gamut from not shooting enough to Photoshop actions to selective coloring/desaturation.
What do you think? Are we right or wrong?
And, if you want to have some input into where we take the show, leave us a note!
Oh, and if you’re still doing this, stop. Just stop now.
Think about it. Are you jaded or hopeful? Do you find photography these days something to be excited about or something that hasn’t yanked your crank for decades? Is modern photography something you love or was the last great photographer Ansel Adams?