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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!
And please remember to support the show by using our Amazon link from the web site. Each show we will highlight a specific item but get anything you want!
A Legacy of Images
Legacy? We have a legacy?
In tonight’s show, we get off to a weird and dark start (lots of swearing, WARNING) with the introduction and pwncasting (that’s where we sucker some unsuspecting person who innocently logged into Skype into joining us) of “The Nuge”! Thanks man, that was fun. BTW, the rest of the pre-show banter was recorded and is at the end of the show.
After that we settle into our normal routine and Tony asks us about what we think our legacy will be and, perhaps, what it already is. How about you? What do you see your photographic legacy being? Do you even think you’ll have one? Let us know in the comments below what your thoughts are. We’d love to have the conversation! Continue reading
What inspires you, I mean besides photography?
Rounding out the who “seven questions” series we did, Tony thought we should tell more about ourselves and what inspires us. But, this time, talk about the non-photography related things that inspire our photography. Specifically, he wanted us to reveal one hobby, one book and one other thing (yeah, it is annoyingly vague). So we did. Continue reading
Hey friends, We Have a Question!
We’re trying something new over the next few episodes and this starts it off. Instead of a “topic”, we’re each taking a turn and asking the other two a bunch of questions and giving each a maximum of three minutes per answer. So, in this episode, Rob has six questions that he asks Rick and Tony who, by the way, have no idea what the questions are. The questions run the gamut from personal opinion to industry predictions and the guys do a great job of thinking and answering on their feet.
And, as you listen to the very beginning of the questions, you’ll hear just how “in the dark” Rick and Tony are!
Here’s what Rick and Tony answer this episode:
- What are the three biggest mistakes you’ve made in the past with your photography?
- What are the three largest successes you’ve had in the past?
- If you could change one thing about your photography, what would it be?
- Where do you think photography will be in five years?
- What is the biggest thing to have happened in photography?
- Which artist is your biggest influence for your photography?
Next episode will be Rick’s turn to put Rob and Tony on the hot seat!
We’re back with both a photographer and an artist to highlight. The photographer for this show is Sandy Skoglund – a modern day surrealist who, unlike her earlier peers, manages to keep the subject matter lighthearted and bright. We all really like her work and it may have something to do with… SQUIRREL! Search her site, you’ll find the image we’re talking about.
Moving on, we look at Japanese painter Riusuke Fukahori. He paints goldfish but they’re three-dimensional and painted on/with resin and inside of traditional Japanese containers. The results are breathtaking – make sure you watch the short video.
Whaddya think? Were their answers good, bad, or irrelevant? Let us know in the comments, okay? Thanks for listening.