Chris loves answering your questions!
They don’t have to be questions though: you can also send in
- greetings (“I’d like to give a shoutout to the members of the Loch Ness camera club…”)
- a show intro (“This is Chris Marquardt from Tübingen, Germany and you’re listening to Tips from the Top Floor”)
- the place where you listen (“I listen to TFTTF while flying my Boeing 777…”)
- something that happened to you when out shooting (“Yesterday when out shooting, my camera’s battery grip exploded…”)
- or simply feedback about the show.
This is how you can get your voice heard:
E-Mail is cool, but you can make Chris really really (really!) happy if you record something on your smart phone!
To do that, you have several options:
Preferred: Audioboo (it’s fast and free!)
Step 1: record an audioboo and tag it asktfttf
Step 2: there is no step 2
Make sure you don’t forget to tag it!
(You can get the Audioboo app for your mobile device at audioboo.fm)
» Click here to record an Audioboo directly in your browser.
Just pick up your phone and call one of these two numbers:
US: 206-202-3757 (that’s 206-202-DSLR)
Hint: if you put those numbers in your phone’s address book, you will be able to call in with a question any time it comes up.
Fire up your microphone and record an MP3 or similar (don’t worry too much about the format, I can work with virtually anything), record your question and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Use your smart phone:
You can also use the Voice Memo app on your iPhone or any other voice recorder on any other phone. These recordings sound really great and make it easy for you to record anywhere. Once you finished recording, send it to email@example.com.
audioboo icon by audioboo.fm, other icons on this page by clker.com
Yes, sometimes someone sits on their phone and doesn’t notice they called the show’s voicemail number. I get at least one of them a week. Most of them are very uneventful. Sometimes they’re more interesting. I have started this section to upload some of the butt-dialled calls that I found worth sharing.
- call 1 (wav, 8MB)