About This Show
Join the Photofocus team four times a month for their podcast.
Each week's show has a different theme.
7 — Photofocus Q&A — Rich Harrington & Scott Bourne
14 — Photofocus Techniques — Scott Bourne and Marco Larousse
21 — Photofocus — In Focus Interviews — Pamela Berry
28 — Mirrorless Shooter — Scott Bourne and Marco Larousse
The show is released four times each month .The show publishes to the feed on the 7th, 14th, 21, and 28th of each month.
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Most Recent Episode
The Inspiration Show | Photofocus Podcast February 14, 2017
6 days ago
Scott and Marco discuss these topics on this #Inspiration episode of the Photofocus podcast:Get to know an inspirational photographer: This month Scott introduces you to the American combat photographer Stacy Pearsall (born 1980 in Texas). Stacy is an award winning photographer and Scott has been fortunate to meet and talk to her in person. Find out more about the moving stories from Stacy in this NYT Lens article: https://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/05/15/still-shooting-after-the-end-of-war/. Please also take a look at Stacy's fantastic Veterans Portrait Project here: http://stacypearsall.com. Stacy has also written the book: "A Photojournalist's Field Guide - In the trenches with Stacy Pearsall" that you can get here: bhpho.to/2kCevciHere is the link to the "Inspiration & ideas for photo projects in 2017" episode, that Marco mentioned: https://photofocus.com/2017/01/14/photofocus-podcast-january-14-2017-inspiration-with-scott-bourne-marco-larousse/Scott shares the interesting things and inspiration that he saw at WPPI 2017 in Las Vegas.Triggered by a listener question about the "religion of shallow depth of field and bokeh" Scott and Marco discuss the different aspects and reasons why one should or should not use fast lenses and when to shoot them wide open and when not to do that.Marco explains how he takes advantage of the two stops aperture advantage between the Fuji XF 14mm f2.8 vs. the Fuji XF 16mm f1.4 lens.Marco's photo book of the month pick is:
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Date published: 2014-06-03