As you may know I follow a number of podcasts, one of them being CBC Best of Ideas. I was very pleasantly surprised to see that they had a show dedicated to Freeman Patterson. I recommend listening to it. He is not your normal photographer; as he has a Master of Divinity Degree
I took a workshop with him... but never took a photo of him- Wikipedia photo on right
In the fourth Naked Photo podcast this photo is discussed, and there is a nice intro to it on Pete Turner's work. I hope he continues his podcasts longer than the other Pete Turner podcast I liked - George Eastman house stopped at about 15 a few years ago and I felt that the Pete Turner podcast they did was one of theirt best. Below are the links.
Truly a remarkable podcast. His preparation and dependability for five years are unsurpassed. This show is the best example I have seen of the adage the best way to learn is to teach. His community is like-minded with an attention to detail and love of nature photography. It may be a little bit Canon-centric.
My only problem with the audio podcast is that the visuals that accompany the shows are often quite important, and that to look at the screen on an iPod is not satisfying or convenient. If I'm going to tie myself down to computer, I prefer to watch more software type teaching podcasts.
Probably perfect podcast if you're on an exercise machine in front of the screen.
The web page states with a bit of“ chutzpah” that it is the world's best interview show about photographers and their photography. A number of podcasts now are resorting to interviews with photographers for content, but no-one does it anywhere near as well as Ibarionex Perello. I highly recommend going back through the archives of this podcast as well. Just think of me helping you achieve Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 hours rule. Subscribe on iTunes or