Brian Matiash, Nicole S. Young, Martin Bailey

In Conversation with Nicole S. Young and Brian Matiash (Podcast 600)

 Today I'm thrilled to bring you a great conversation with photographers Nicole S. Young and Brian Matiash, and I didn't tell them until we'd finished that this conversation was even more special because it's my 600th episode! I was just starting to think about what I could do that would...

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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.
6 Comments
  • Mikki Root Dillon
    Posted at 10:04h, 19 December Reply

    Really enjoyed this podcast, Martin. Mikki

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 12:11h, 19 December Reply

      I’m pleased to hear that Mikki. Thanks for taking the time to let me know.

      Cheers,
      Martin.

  • Mauricio Duque Arrubla
    Posted at 21:56h, 29 December Reply

    Congratulations, Martin! This was a very good episode. Have a wonderful 2018

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 22:02h, 29 December Reply

      Thanks Mauricio! I’m pleased you enjoyed this.

      All the best for 2018 to you too!

      Regards,
      Martin.

  • Dudley Warner
    Posted at 02:00h, 31 December Reply

    I liked that you did this podcast to sound more like a conversation than an interview. It was nicely done.

    I do want to make one comment about Sony cameras. While I think Sony has done alot to innovate in the last few years and has built some nice cameras and lenses, I would not be in a hurry to trade in your Canon gear. I was photographing sea smoke in Maine in the U.S. this morning at a temperature of – 14° F using a Canon 5DS-R, and the 2 other photographers there had Sony a7R II cameras. Both had repeated battery failure. Even their newly charged batteries only lasted for several shots. As a result, they both missed getting the best images.

    Thanks –

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 11:10h, 31 December Reply

      I’m pleased you enjoyed the format Dudley. Thanks letting us know.

      That’s good to know about the Sony too. I have seen people having similar problems in sub-zero temperatures on my winter landscape workshops, but not to the extent you mention. But it doesn’t get quite that cold most of the time, and on my wildlife workshops where it does get that cold, people generally don’t bring Sonys.

      It’s good information to have. Personally, although I’d like a Sony, I’m still completely happy with my Canon cameras and lenses. Over the last few years I’ve been able to travel with much less kit, due to the release of the 11-24mm and updated 100-400mm lenses, and the 5Ds R is a dream to work with. I imagine the 5Ds R Mark II will be around or over 100 megapixels, maintaining a healthy distance from other cameras and manufacturers, so I think Canon has me locked in for the foreseeable future anyway. 🙂

      A Happy New Year to you Dudley!

      Regards,
      Martin.

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