No Name Photo Show
About This Show
Brian Matiash and Mike "Sharky" James bring you a fun, pithy, entertaining podcast covering the intersection of photography and technology in a way that only they can.
Brian is a professional photographer and published author, as well as a brand ambassador to several top photo and technology companies. Sharky is a former photojournalist and is the host of one of the most-listened-to photography podcasts, the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
Most Recent Episode
Ep. 032: I'm Really A Catch
3 days ago
Ep. 032: I'm Really A Catch Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Thank you for listening to the No Name Photo Show! Connect with Brian Matiash and Sharky James on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (all @NoNamePhotoShow). Did we mention SUBSCRIBE?!!! Please? ;) We've got some great topics ready for you in this episode. Our first story comes from a Petapixel story covering a wonderful video by Jamie Windsor. In Jamie's video, he ties an interesting study called the Dunning-Gruger effect to the mentality of when bad photographers think they're good. What's wonderful is the way that Jamie approaches the subject and it makes for a great conversation that everyone can relate to. Our next topic is dedicated to those photographers looking to add a little extra passive income from their work. It's not about getting rich but it may make buying that new lens or taking that trip a bit easier on the wallet. All that and a fresh portion of "What's on Your Gear Shelf?" round out Episode 32. Enjoy! Tweet your questions and topics with #AskNNPS! Show Notes • When Bad Photographers Think They're Good [via PetaPixel] • Why I Use Getty Images To Sell My Photos [via PetaPixel] What's On Your Gear Shelf? Sharky: Tenba Protective Wrap Tools [via Amazon] Brian: Zeiss Lens Wipes [via Amazon]