Episode 290 : The Poorly Photographers Society, with David duChemin

Episode 290 : The Poorly Photographers Society, with David duChemin

David duChemin is a world & humanitarian photographer, best-selling author. David recently took a fall during one of his workshops in Italy, and is still recovering from his ordeal.

With me finding out last week that I have a brain tumour we find ourselves with a heightened appreciation for life itself, and the beauty of the world around us. With this, we decided to get together to record this week’s Podcast, which marks the inauguration of the Poorly Photographer’s Society, spurred on by David’s comment to me last week that we should “Carpe the crap out of the Diem”!

David actually renamed the Society to the Not Quite Dead Photographers Society during the Podcast recording. Nice one David!! 🙂

Anyway, it’s a great chat, and you can listen with the audio player below, or subscribe to the Podcast in iTunes and get this and future episodes automatically downloaded.

You can find David on the following Web sites:

David’s Web site: http://www.davidduchemin.com/
David’s Blog: http://www.pixelatedimage.com/blog/
David on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/pixelatedimage

David is also behind the amazing photography resource: Craft And Vision

I own and love almost all of the eBooks that David has written, and most of those that are available from other photographers on Craft And Vision. They are amazingly beautiful and packed with information as well as images, not to mention incredibly affordable.


Podcast show-notes:

David’s Web site: http://www.davidduchemin.com/
David’s Blog: http://www.pixelatedimage.com/blog/
David on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/pixelatedimage
Craft and Vision: http://www.craftandvision.com/


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