Interview with Jon Sheer (JRaptor) (Podcast 194)

by | Jun 10, 2009 | Art Talk, Interview, Podcast | 1 comment

I recently had the pleasure of attending a party to mark the opening of Tokyo based photographer, Jon Sheer’s exhibition, Eternal Japan. Today I’m pleased to bring you a great interview with Jon.

For extended show-notes, including some of Jon’s amazing images, visit my new blog: https://martinbaileyphotography.com/2009/06/09/jon-sheers-eternal-japan-exhibition/


Show Notes

Grab a demo of Lightzone, the image processing software that Jon mentions here: http://www.lightcrafts.com/lightzone/ [no longer live]

A wonderful selection of Jon’s work can be seen on his BLUECANVAS site: [Removed invalid link]

You can also find Jon under the guise of JRaptor on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jraptor/

This episode is sponsored by WebSpy, the Internet Monitoring, Analysis & Reporting Specialists.

Here are the details of the photography assignment prizes that WebSpy has kindly sponsored too: https://martinbaileyphotography.com/2009/06/09/competition-prizes/

The music in this episode is from the PodShow Podsafe Music Network at http://music.podshow.com/


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Michael Rammell

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1 Comment

  1. Angus Gibbins

    As a trance music nut, I love Jon’s analogy!

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