Master Photography Roundtable

A Beginner’s guide to photographic terms Part 2

Today’s show starts out with some fireworks photo tips. It’s our Nation’s birthday and we celebrate by exploding fake bombs in the air in reference to our National Anthem. After a few minutes on this topic we dive into the remainder of our photo terms for beginners. Let’s get into today’s main topic. Defining photography jargon. I’ve written down some …

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A Beginner’s guide to photographic terms Part 1

Let’s get into today’s main topic. Defining photography jargon. I’ve written down some starting points here to get us started, but I really like having the three of us on to each provide our own perspective. Also, these are in no particular order. Stop, or Stops or f-stop Quite literally comes from the idea of the aperture ring on older …

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How To Protect Your Photos and Can Texas Steal Them?

In this episode we talk about copyright for photographers.  Right off the top we need to make the disclaimer that Brent and Jeff are not lawyers and even though Jim is educated as a lawyer he is not your lawyer.  All of you listening would be best served to find yourself a lawyer to help you work through specific situations …

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WWDC 2019 Reaction and Exploitation of Photographers

WWDC 2019 Reaction WWDC happened in late June 2019.  This is a conference that is intended to help developers know what is coming from Apple later on in the year with updates to macOS, iOS, now iPadOS, and hardware changes.  Let’s talk a little about some of the things that I think are important to photographers. iPadOS and External Storage …

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Thoughts on Photography

Lightroom Classic 8.3 Update I don’t want to spend much time on this.  In the last episode I told the listeners that I couldn’t quite give my Photo Taco seal of approval for the latest update to Lightroom Classic, version 8.3.  I wanted to give it another week to see if anything else came up. Now that week has passed …

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LinkedIn for Photographers with Brent Bergherm and Jeff Brown

Jeff Brown, thanks for joining me today. Today we’ll be talking about the power of LinkedIn for photographers. Questions for Jeff: 1.    What’s special about LinkedIn? 2.    Another social media platform to manage… tips on how to balance LinkedIn with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc. (I don’t use twitter, but I do FB and a bit of insta) 3.    How can …

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How Photographers Can Improve Their Black and White With Jenna Martin

Introduction of Jenna Martin Jenna is a fine art photography expert who specializes in underwater photography and has become one of the world’s leading teachers of underwater photography. Jenna does a lot of DIY building of the things she needs to accomplish her creative vision with her fine art photography, including early underwater housings for her camera. If you would …

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Q&A with Brent and Jeff

We wanted to reach out to listeners and talk about some questions they have. We have also looked over some of the recent posts in the facebook group. I really love how active our listeners are there. If it’s been a while since you’ve been to the facebook group I encourage you to check it out. There’s lots of things …

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Shooting the EOS-R, a listener’s perspective.

Thank you for being here today as we talk about the Canon EOS R. Some people love it, some like to make fun of it. I haven’t handled it yet but I’m certainly intrigued by what Canon has for us in their first FF mirrorless camera. Today I’m joined by a listener, Mary Malinconico. She uses the EOS R and …

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MagMod and 17 Lighting Setups with Trevor Dayley

MagMod For Beginners I want to start off the show here looking out for my fellow hobbyist photographers out there.  Trevor, I am a hobbyist who dabbles in every type of photography there is and I kind of see it as my job on the show to make sure we speak about the needs of the hobbyists.   I don’t …

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Tips For Getting the Most From Photography Conferences and Workshops

What Can a Photographer Do To Get their Money’s Worth Out of a Photography Conference or Workshop? Pick a Conference or Workshop and go! Be engaged at the workshop, if you have a more introverted personality be an actor for a couple of days Experiment with techniques and photography equipment you may never have used Don’t be afraid to ask …

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RAISE by Canon and the YN450

Before we get to the topics for today, I actually just want to chat a bit with Connor about the most recent subjects we’ve shot recently. So connor, what have you been up to lately? [Connor] I have been shooting quite a bit recently and been a bit all over the board. As far as this week is concerned, I …

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Saved By Features and Super Powers

Quick Side Notes Before we get into our topic today we have two small things we don’t want to spend much time on but need to just do a little follow-up on at the top of the show. Canon EOS RP Spec Reaction: As we thought we would, we had some listeners contact us about our reaction to the specs …

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Flash Shutter Sync With Levi Sim

What is “Max Sync Speed?” Max sync speed in flash photography is the fastest your shutter speed can be while still having the entire sensor of the camera open to receive light at the same time.  For most modern cameras this is somewhere between 1/160 and 1/250 but it is very specific to the make and model of your camera …

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