In this second last episode of the year 2015, Chris explores how color-blindness and photography can go together. Is reverting to black and white really the only good solution? Also: the old TFTTF voice mail line is no more. It’s gone. It’s pushing up the daisies. It’s an ex-voice mail line… and it’s all Chris’ fault.
As many of you will know, I’ll be traveling during most of January. I’m going to pre-record episodes for that time. And guess what, I’d love to hear YOUR voice on the show! Get your questions answered, tell a fun photo-related story, almost anything goes as long as it’s remotely related to photography.
And the by far best way to get your question on the show is if you record it. Don’t worry, I’ll make you sound good.
Here are the two most simple and best methods to get your question on one of the January episodes:
(Note: the old voicemail phone number is out of service)
Method 1: fire up any voice memo app on your smart phone, record your question and send it via email to email@example.com (best to start it with your name and where you’re from, like “Hey, this is Nancy from New York and I was wondering…”)
Method 2: go to www.tipsfromthetopfloor.com and click/tap the orange bar on the right, then follow the instructions
I’m looking forward to hearing from you!
PS: don’t use the US voice mail box for now, it seems to have a few issues lately.
Today you’ll find out if it ever rains in southern California (here’s a hint: yes it does) and how that affects your photography. Listen to part two of the discussion Chris had with San Diego photographer Sonny Portacio. Including the answer to the all important question on carrying a shower cap as a photographer.
Chris discusses his year-end-panic-mode, which is surprisingly not caused by Christmas approaching. He also lets you in on his new lens: an update to his all-time favorite Canon TS-24 3.5 L. Guest on a reverse interview: Sonny Portacio of Pocketlenses.com
Chris got a private tour at the Kodak Technology Vault in Rochester, NY and you can come too and see some of the amazing exhibits they have behind closed doors. Also: the final part of the interview with photographers Richard and Jacob Hutchings.