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IGDC Founder Holly Garner Discusses Alfred Stieglitz & Instagram – Episode 1.10

IGDC Founder and Instagram whiz Holly Garner came by to discuss one of her favorite influences, Alfred Stieglitz. Stieglitz was a late 19th and early 20th-century photographer who was instrumental in making photography an accepted art form.

Then we discussed Holly’s undertaking of IGDC ten years ago, and how the meetup and online curated platform has involved and inspired an entire genre of DC photography on Instagram and via in-person meetups. Then we discussed her own progression as a photographer via the @golightly handle on Instagram.

National Park Service Photographer Jarob Ortiz on Manufactured Landscapes – Episode 1.9

Jarob Ortiz is the National Park Service Heritage Documentation Program photographer. In addition to his own fantastic photography, he came by to discuss the very surreal and amazing Manufactured Landscapes project by Edward Burtynsky. We discussed the amazing way Burtynsky captured human impact on natural landscapes using a blend of natural and created symmetry.

Then we discussed some of Jarob’s own work, including his Alabama Civil Rights Trail and Staten island projects for the National Park Service. This is truly a fantastic episode. Soak up Jarob’s insights and talent on YouTube or via audio feed.

How Richard Avedon’s Take on Marilyn Monroe Influences Jarrett Hendrix – Episode 1.8

Jarrett came by to discuss Richard Avedon and his delightful photo of Marilyn Monroe.

Some photographs stand the test of time, for example, Richard Avedon’s emotional take on Marilyn Monroe. One of DC’s most influential photographers Jarrett Hendrix stopped by Show Me to discuss his take on the image, and Avedon’s body of work as a whole. Then Jarrett and Geoff discuss evolving styles and how some photographers photograph what their hearts compel them.

You can learn more about Jarrett Hendrix on his website www.jarretthendrix.com!

Show Me welcomes donations to underwrite the costs of producing each episode. Please click here to underwrite this episode via Patreon.


James Nachtwey and Wartime Photography with Dave Murphy – Episode 1.7

Around the Lens Podcaster Dave Murphy discusses wartime photography.

Around the Lens Host and visual journalist Dave Murphy joined Geoff Livingston for a Show Me podcast on James Nachtwey and wartime photography. They discussed why James Nachtwey‘s wartime photography and general photojournalism is so striking. Then they discussed David’s work in the military and the Around the Lens podcast.

You can learn more about Dave Murphy and his podcast on the Around the Lens website!

Show Me welcomes donations to underwrite the costs of producing each episode. Please click here to underwrite this episode via Patreon.


American Gothic by Gordon Parks and Exposed DC with Noe Todorovich – Episode 1.6

Noe Tdorovich visited the Show Me Podcast to discuss Gordon Parks’ American Gothic.

Exposed DC’s Noe Todorovich came by Heartcast Media Studios to discuss Gordon Parks’ seminal photo American Gothic. Parks was an iconic African American photo who captured race relations, and was best known for his work directing the movie Shaft. Afterwards, Noe and Geoff Livingston discuss Exposed DC‘s annual photo contest and some past winners, and her own fine art photography.

You can learn more about Noe and her photography at noetodorovich.com.

Show Me welcomes donations to underwrite the costs of producing each episode. Please click here to underwrite this episode via Patreon.



Robert Frank’s The Americans and Roadside America with Richard Binhammer – Episode 1.5

Richard Binhammer appeared on the Show Me Podcast to discuss Robert Frank’s The Americans.

Richard Binhammer of Photographs was in town and stopped by Heartcast Media Studios to discuss Robert Frank and his incredibly influential photography book The Americans. We then talked about Richard’s ongoing project Roadside America, infrared photography and then chatted about PhotoNexus in Santa Fe this July.

You can Binhammer learn more about Richard on his photography website.

Show Me welcomes donations to underwrite the costs of producing each episode. Please click here to underwrite this episode via Patreon.


Angela Pan on Ansel Adams and Landscape Photography – Episode 1.4

Episode 4 of the Show Me Podcast features Snap DC Author Angela Pan. This fun episode discusses landscapes and travel photography. And if you are talking landscapes, then you need to discuss Ansel Adams.

Angela and Geoff dive in and discuss Ansel’s lasting impact into the digital age, and then Angela’s own experiences photographing Washington, DC and the National Mall. The two then go on to discuss travel photography. You can learn more about Angela Pan on her website.

Joe Newman on Colin Kaepernick GQ versus Nike Photos and Storytelling – Episode 1.3

Focus on the Story Founder Joe Newman joins Geoff Livingston for episode 3 of the Show Me Podcast. The two discuss why the Collin Kaepernick photo used by Nike for the Just Do It Campaign was so much more successful than the GQ Cover shot taken during the exact same shoot by Martin Schaller (see PetaPixel for details).

Joe and Geoff then go on to discuss storytelling via photography in Cuba, the Trump Inauguration, and the 2019 Focus on the Story/Click DC photo festival.

You can listen to or watch the whole podcast below.

 

John Mason on Brands Using Photos Illegally – Episode 1.2

Copyright lawyer John Mason from Copyright Counselors and Mason Literary joins Geoff Livingston for a Show Me Podcast (Episode 1.2) conversation about Huawei and Apple, and how they use photography — perhaps in an illegal fashion — to promote their smartphones. John and Geoff go on to discuss copyright law as it applies to photography.

You can listen to or watch the whole podcast below.

 

Sharon Farmer on Photographing Presidents – Episode 1.1

The very first Episode of the Show Me Podcast (1.1) features former director of White House Photography and photojournalism pioneer Sharon Farmer. Sharon joins Geoff Livingston for a fascinating discussion about photographing United States Presidents. Sharon Farmer led the Clinton White House with its photography, and was the first African American and first woman in her position serving the President.

You can listen to or watch the whole podcast below.


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