Peter Spence talk with International Photographer Maurice Henri and Robert Gallant with Raven's Sun Management as we talk about our upcoming breathtaking photographic journey into the heart of Colombia. From coffee plantations to high altitude volcanoes, traditional villages, and modern cities and about the warm hospitality you will see Colombia in a unique light that most people never get to experience
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Photo Professors Episode 14: This month the Photo Professors discussing this year's ImagingUSA convention in Atlanta, and are joined by Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Deanne Fitzmaurice. Deanne should be familiar to all Nikonians as one of the co-founders of Think Tank Photo!
Length of the podcast is 45:36
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Photo Professors Episode 13: This month the Photo Professors are joined by Image Doctor, Rick Walker. Together they Rick Walker's photography and his current equipment of choice.
Length of the podcast is 43:46
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When Canadian Photographer Maurice Henri began his career as a professional photographer in 1988, he never imagined he would be helping hundreds of kids in Africa, Haiti, and other countries. It all started in an African village when he gave a little girl an orange. That orange eventually led to his project called "Cameras for Healing."
Download this podcast. to Peter and Heather's interview with Maurice.
Photo Professors Episode 12: This month the Photo Professors are joined by guest podcaster, Michael Mariant. Together they tackle the topic of Street Photography. They discuss some definitions of what Street Photography is, along with gear and techniques.Nikonians Photo Professors Episode 12
Peter and Heather talk about their trip to Rome for the Canoniazation of the Blessed Kateri on October 21, 2012. Peter got lost in the Catacomb, Heather got the creeps and left Peter behind, yet again. Just when you think their spooky show ended at the last pod cast, October is not yet over.Nikonian Northern Exposure #7
This month the Nikonians Photo Professors bring you their holiday gift guide with 12 unique ideas for photographic holiday stocking stuffers and gifts. Length of the podcast is 42:52Nikonians Photo Professors Podcast #11
In this episode, Peter invites his business partner and fiancee, Heather, to join him. These two make a crazy duo on the funniest broadcast to date. Just in time for Halloween, discussion will be around the creepy stories while on a photo shoot, and the images captured.Nikonian Northern Exposure #6
Photo Professors Episode 10: This month the Photo Professors are joined by guest podcaster, Digital Darrell Young! Together they discuss and compare their detailed experiences with the Nikon D800, D800E, and new D600 camera bodies.Nikonians Photo Professors #10
Photo Professors Episode 9: This month the Photo Professors interview World reknown photographer, writer, and inventor of the Lightsphere, Gary Fong! They also discuss recent product announcements from Nikon, recent Nikon product rumors, and wrap up with an inspiring quote from Gary Fong!Nikonians Photo Professors #9
Do you want to make that jump to becoming a Professional Photographer?
However, just by picking up a camera and pushing a button does not make you a professional. Here are some great tips to become a pro, to market your photos, and to build your business.
Photo Professors Episode 8: This month the Photo Professors Homework Assignment includes a contest to win a Think Tank Photo Retrospective 10 camera bag! The Photo Professors discuss Rick Paul's renewed interest in film photography, interview with photographer and studio owner Mark Korytowski, and interpret an inspiring quote from photographer Freeman Patterson.
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Photo Professors Episode 7: The Photo Professors review the new Nikon 85mm AF-S f/1.8G lens, new products from ThinkTank, interview with Nikonians Academy Instructor, Photographer, and Author Steve, and interpret an inspiring quote from Steve.Nikonians Photo Professors #7
Welcome to Nikonian- Northern Exposure, with renowned photographer Peter Spence. Peter finds his inspiration, not by other photographers, but from the old masters of the Renaissance and Impressionist period. These old techniques will inspire your photography to a new level of awareness that you never experienced before. Peter will show how the world famous Henri Cartier Bresson applied his painting skills to create his incredible journey into photography.Nikonian Northern Exposure #4
On this edition of Behind the Lens, Ray interviews American photographer David Akoubian.
David has been working as a writer and nature photographer for many years and has taught workshops with several different companies including the Great American Photography Weekends and the Showcase School.
Photo Professors Episode 6: The Photo Professors discuss Rick Hulbert's recent Photo Workshop experiences, his impressions of the Nikon D800E, interview with World renowned Portrait and Wedding photographer Neil van Niekerk, and interpret an inspiring quote from photographer Diane Arbus.Nikonians Photo Professors #6
Welcome to Nikonian- Northern Exposure, with renowned photographer Peter Spence. For this edition, Peter will discuss questions sent in by listeners concerning rumors surrounding the 600 Digital SLR camera; he?ll also share his experience at a Boston-based seminar hosted by world famous photographer, Art Wolfe.Nikonian Northern Exposure #3 Nikonians Photo Professors #5
Welcome to Nikonian- Northern Exposure. Nikon photographers Peter Spence will talks about the TIPA Awards 2012 for the D5100 and D800 digital SLR cameras and the SB-910 Speedlight. Peter Spence talks about how to open up doors to many different cultures and events.
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Photo Professors Episode 4: The Photo Professors review a new book by Joe McNally, interview with Nikonian Darrell Young, and interpret an inspiring quote from Galen Rowell.