LensFlare 35 is a community for both amateur and professional photographers to stay informed, network, and leverage tips and techniques from today’s most admired photographers and filmmakers. Episodes are designed to make relevant information available in short, entertaining segments. Topics range from developing an artistic style, digital darkroom techniques, strategic marketing trends, tips and tricks from the masters, to the latest technology gadgets.
ExpoImaging distributes designs and manufactures unique and innovative imaging tools for digital photographers. From portable lighting accessories such as the Rogue 3-in-1 Honeycomb Grid, Flash Benders and the Ray Flash ring flash adapter, to color management tools like the ExpoDisc; their products provide new and creative options that help photographers improve the quality of their images.
This week, Dave, is speaking with wildlife and nature photographer Eric Dresser. Eric is an internationally published photographer who specializes in scenic and wildlife photos from the Northeastern United States and Canada. His credits include Adirondack Life magazine, National Wildlife magazine, The Nature Conservancy, US Forest Service, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society and many more.
This week, Dave, is speaking with sports photographer Andrew Weber. He has been a staff photographer for the Bowling Green Sentinel-Tribune covering a wide variety of events ranging from high school athletics and late-breaking stories to local county fairs.
This week, Dave, is speaking with filmmakers James Riley and Drew Ganyer. Both are with Colony Bay Productions, a company dedicated to telling the adventurous, heroic and exceptional story of America in a way that both challenges and inspires the audience. The company is made up of a small group of professional filmmakers, writers, actors and editors who love bringing these stories to the public.
This week, Dave, is speaking with boudoir photographer Tiffany Tagle. Tiffany has lived in Austin her whole life and says she can’t imagine calling anywhere else home. She has many years of photography experience, but will always be a student of the art – learning new techniques and improving her craft.
LensFlare35 Episode 75 – Interview with Eric Moore, Executive Director of the Telluride Photo Festival
This week, Dave, is speaking with Eric Moore, Executive Director of the Telluride Photo Festival. The event culminates the vibrant Telluride Colorado festival season and will host some of the world’s most renowned outdoor and adventure photographers.
This week, Dave, is speaking with filmmaker George Woolley. George has more than 10 years of experience in digital and television production and development.
LensFlare 35 is a photography podcast brought to you by Dave Warner. This week, Dave, is speaking with Fine Art and HDR Photographer Cheyenne L. Rouse. Cheyenne is a self taught photographer who began shooting stock and assignment work in 1989. Her areas of specialty include Extreme Adventure Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Health & Fitness, Western […]
This week, Dave continues his series that is focusing on iPhone and iPad photography by talking with Dewitt Jones, one of the leaders in this emerging field. Dewitt is one of America’s top professional photographers and spent twenty years with National Geographic photographing stories around the globe. That earned him the reputation as a world-class photojournalist. As a motion picture director, two of Dewitt’s films were nominated for Academy Awards.
This week, Dave continues his series that is focusing on iPhone and iPad photography by talking with Tony Sweet, who seems to really be running with this trend at full speed.
LensFlare35 is a photography podcast brought to you by Dave Warner. This week, Dave interviews Travis Houlette, one of the Owners of Ghost Bird Software and the lead developer of PhotoForge2 for the iPhone and iPad. Travis was a game developer for nearly 10 years with companies such as Games Cafe and Electronic Arts. Their […]
This week, Dave interviews social media expert and commercial photographer Jack Hollingsworth. We spent time outside at Mozart’s in Austin to record this interview. It’s all about the iPhone and the revolution in photography that is surrounding the device and the apps being created for it.
This week, Dave interviews Brian Hedenberg. Born and raised in Bedford, Texas, Brian is an award winning filmmaker, photographer, and musician.
Dirk Fletcher’s personal work centers on transportation, industry and things that are “big and cool.” He’s personally concerned with the archivability of a family’s personal history. As society has shifted from film cameras to cell phones to record birthdays, holidays and other family events, the days of finding a dusty box of history in grandma’s attic are numbered.
Daryn DeLuco is a filmmaker from New Orleans who uses HD DSLR’s to make music videos, documentaries and much more.
Martin Bailey is a Tokyo based nature, wildlife and portrait photographer. He has a weekly photography Podcast, as well as a photography forum and blog. Martin also conducts popular wildlife and landscape photography workshops and is a proud member of the X-Rite Coloratti.
In this episode, Ben talks about how collecting photography has changed, trends in photography, who collects photography, what makes a photograph collectible, advice for photographers who what to be a player in the world of collectible photography, how to approach gallery owners and much more.
This is the episode where my podcasting equipment took a lightning strike, and I was unaware that it had affected the audio. The podcast audio was totally scrambled, but I was able to save the images interview. David and I have been unable to reconnect, but I hated to not have his images video get any air time.
In this episode, Ralph talks about how the travel market has changed, how he has had to adjust his business model, toughest country to photograph in, tips for today’s market, opportunities that may still exist, guided tours, photo tours and a lot more.
In this episode, Carl talks the Adirondacks, his best photographic moment, landscape photography tips, how to get a perfect images every time with a DSLR, HDR techniques, shooting with the moon in your landscape, panoramas and a lot more.