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Podcast 317 : An Interview with Dan & David Newcomb

Many of you let me know how much you enjoyed our Interview with MBP Community member Graham Morgan in episode 305, and some people asked me to do more, so today, I am really pleased to bring to a chat with Dan Newcomb. Dan has been an active member of...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
  • Gerald Fraser
    Posted at 00:42h, 10 January Reply

    A very interesting podcast Martin with Dan & David. Superb animal shots! And the very rare Lynx.. I just once caught a glimpse of one (gaupe) on a night drive from Oslo to Trondheim 🙂 Thanks for sharing them..

  • alittledabble
    Posted at 06:39h, 09 June Reply

    Where can I purchase prints of Dan’s work?

    • Dan
      Posted at 10:16h, 09 June Reply

      Thanks for the interest in prints! I don’t usually focus too much on selling prints but if you shoot me an email with the photos you are interested in, I’ll see what I can do. dnewcomb [at] shaw.ca

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