new podcast! from photographer alexander bartsch, jamaican vinyl styles mon!
Listen to the audio from his talk below while viewing a slideshow of his work.
During his recent talk with the HOST Gallery, Simon Roberts discussed the different methods and strategies he employed when photographing the political life and various campaigns during the 2010 General Election campaign.
The illustrious Chris Steele-Perkins presented England, My England, his new book, to a full house at HOST Gallery. He took the opportunity to show design layouts and discuss the editing process he used in this and many of his previous book projects.
Narelle Autio describes in this Floor Talk podcast how she hit on the idea for her new project and how her family got involved despite the growing stench of rotting sealife in her garden shed.
Ed Kashi was at HOST Gallery speaking in conversation with Jacobson about the various projects that have shaped his career, in particular, work on Northern Ireland, Kurdistan, aging in America and the Niger Delta.
Link: Ed Kashi, Host podcast
In the following audio interview Dana Popa talks about Not Natasha and her photographic process. It was recorded at Photofusion, London last year while Not Natasha was on show and it’s just under an hour long, so be warned. As it is a large file, the interview should be downloaded.
via: Photography Prison
Chris Anderson visited HOST gallery in at the end of last year to launch his new book, Capitolio, in London.
He spoke about being a photographer and how his photography and desire to explore new ways of telling stories has developed over recent years, culminating in the book based on his experiences in Venezuela.
Listen to this really wonderful 18 minute interview with photographer Roy DeCarava on Fresh Air from 1996. DeCarava died October 27 at age 89. What a soulful, sweet, articulate man.
Photographer Ami Vitale is featured in the latest Nikon USA podcast. As with earlier podcasts, the interview with Vitale intermingles advertorial content with interesting insights into her approach to shooting of both stills and digital SLR video.
David Smith recalls the South African photographers who documented the township violence of the apartheid era
Ron Haviv: Saving film from Serbian warlord Arkan | RESOLVE — the liveBooks photo blog:
This month we have a story from Ron Haviv about an encounter with the Serbian paramilitary leader Arkan (at right) while he was covering the Bosnian War during the 1990s. With a little smoke and mirrors, Ron saved his revealing images from confiscation and helped share the horrors of ethnic cleansing he saw with the world. Much of the work is collected in his book, Blood and Honey.
New archive of 40+ audio interviews with great photographers – lens culture photography weblog:
Great news! We are so thrilled to post this link to our fantastic archive of audio interviews with great photographers from around world. We’ve been recording these conversations for more than five years now, and our hardworking staff at Lens Culture Towers finally got around to pulling them together into one accessible place!
NPR: NPR’s Photographer Reports From Afghanistan:
NPR staff photographer David Gilkey says that the number one rule for a photographer is: never abandon your equipment. But he decided to do just that — leaving most of his things behind except a camera, a lens and a bulletproof vest. What was supposed to be a brief patrol with the Marines in southern Afghanistan turned into a 7-day trek through the surprisingly lush Helmand River Province.
Trekking in temperatures well over 110 degrees, the Marines abandoned almost all of their belongings except their weapons, and dodged almost constant fire with only the clothes on their backs.