Chris talks with David Salmanowitz, Marisa Marulli, Scott Heaton and Dave Recht, participants of the Lake Baikal photo tour, about the most amazing photo experience ever: Lake Baikal in Siberia. Learn about Siberia and the photo opportunities on the world’s largest and deepest freshwater body. Baikal is over 50 miles wide and almost 420 miles long.
Georgia wants to start her own video blog and Chris draws the parallels between photography and audio and video. Tsvika tries to merge multiple Lightroom catalogs into one, Wayne has a photo workflow question and wants to find out where to flag his pictures best and last but not least, Mark likes petroglyps a lot more when they are viewed through his polarizing sunglasses and not so much when he looks at the photos his camera took of them.
Terry has a question on medium format cameras, Tom wants to hike 500 miles and desperately needs to save on battery life, Larry is looking to get his photos developed and Tom inquires about training methods to teach post processing.
There’s a new book on the block. The Film Photography Handbook is out as an ebook! Chris talks about DIY in photography, about binging on podcasts, JPGs that are too dark and the difference between DSLRs, mirrorless cameras and the good old rangefinder with its unparalleled overview of scenes to shoot.
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On this Q&A episode you’ll learn why a super noisy, out of focus and shaky photo taken with an ancient camera can win one of the most prestigious photojournalism awards of our time, Kade tells about his experience doing storytelling with photos, dave has a suggestion on how to call the tfttf community, Fuad has questions about his move from canon to sony full frame, and Mike asks permission to have fun with his camera while using auto ISO.