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I'm not sure if many of you knew or know of our podcast, the Lonely Photographers. If not, my good friend Kelly Redinger and I have been doing this wedding and portrait photography podcast for about 3-4 years now and have 56 episodes. It's a very candid and easy going podcast where we get together and just blather about things photo related. Like everyone else out there that shoots and works alone this is the closest thing we get to water cooler talk so we find it to be a fun and relaxed way of talking shop or venting.
We are not experts, and we do not take ourselves seriously on the show (you'll see). It's about learning and having fun so please take note.lol
Check out this film is dead podcast:
Film is Dead?
Nikon recently announced the retro designed DF camera and it has really changed the playing field in the battle of film vs Digital, or has it? Over the past few years companies like Nikon and Fuji have jumped on board with retro styling in order to create this perfect blend(?) of classic film shooting with digital capabilities. We know that film has recently enjoyed a huge resurgence but is it only a matter of time before it goes back to sleep for about 5 years? We of course get on and off topic but who knows, you may actually agree with us and our take on the future of this and how it can effect your own business model or personal shooting style.
Please let us know what you think and if you have a take on this topic we'd love to hear from you and keep the discussion going!