Celebrating the 800th episode of the Podcast and discussing the importance of learning image selection skills with my 2022 Top Ten photo selection.
Where Did the Year Go? It’s Autumn Again! (Podcast 797)
It’s hard to believe that a year has passed again, but the Autumn color is back in Tokyo, and today I share a few shots from our local park.
Up Close 2nd Edition with Andrew S. Gibson (Podcast 777)
In this episode, I welcome Andrew S. Gibson back to the Podcast to talk about his latest ebook, the second edition of Up Close from 10 years ago.
Are Primes Always Better Than Zoom Lenses? (Podcast 772)
Are prime lenses always better than zooms? You need to make that decision for yourself based on your own needs, and tests if necessary.
Where Did February Go? (Podcast 770)
I’ve been working so hard to complete my new iOS app that I’ve no time left to create a new podcast so here is a very quick outline of what I’m up to.
Photo Geek Weekly with Don Komarechka (Podcast 769)
Don Komarechka and I discuss the Ricoh / Pentax business strategy, ways to use film cameras, NFTs, and what you give up when entering a photo contest.
Martin’s Personal Top Ten Photographs for 2021 (Podcast 765)
I’ve just selected my yearly top ten personal favorite photographs for 2021 and today share my thoughts on the process, along with my final selection.
A Stroll in the Jindai Botanical Park (podcast 761)
This week you are invited to take a stroll with me through my local park via a video that I just put together, and I also share some still photos.
Like a Fish That Found Water – Tatsusawa Falls 2021 (Podcast 756)
I recently revisited the Tatsusawa Falls, my favorite waterfall in Japan. It was great to be out! My wife said I was like a fish that had found water.
2021 Walk in the Park (Podcast 754)
Join me this week for an overdue morning in our local park, where we encountered a Green Woodpecker, along with some butterflies and a Carpenter Bee.
The Moral Dilemma of Killing Insects for Photographs (Podcast 747)
Today we discuss killing insects to photograph them. I recently killed a housefly and photographed it. They usually just go into the trash.
Another Inspiring Conversation with David duChemin (Podcast 741)
This week I share a long overdue very inspiring conversation with my friend David duChemin, in which we discuss audience and coping with the times.