Martin Parr is our guest on The FujiCast today, internationally admired and acclaimed for his important contribution to documentary photography. His wry observational work champions his subjects whilst gently satirising culture.
It’s Saturday, so it’s interview time! Today, Russell Ord, a Fujifilm X-Photographer who is one of the world’s best loved surf photographers. He’s fearless and shares his tips for making pictures in the harshest of environments. Also, black and white, can you make a living from it?
Our Sunday guest is established commercial shooter Stuart Bingham, who has not just bought and worn the teeshirt, but shot it too. He talks about the tentacle like nature of commercial work where one commission can lead to so many others. ALSO, how to shoot Day in the Life sessions with Kev. Remember to keep sending your tech and non tech photography questions in so that we can chat about your passions and businesses.
It’s Saturday so we have a guest on the daily show. A gentle weekend meander with Donna Svennevik, a New York based photographer who has photographed presidents, gang leaders and showbiz personalities. Equally Donna is a personal project story maker, so we touch on the subject of making the everyday your canvas.
The UK based photojournalist Ian Forsyth joins us on the show today to talk about the freedom to shoot, the ethics of shooting news, press freedom and being a stringer in the competitive field of photojournalism. Also today, making a leap of faith, and finding your confidence to ask strangers for a portrait.
The weekend has arrived and with it an interview. So prep a coffee and get some strong working advice on what you need from start to finish to go shoot real estate. Sincere thanks to Jon Buscall for his amazing help and time in making this episode and providing a Dropbox link to images you can practise on and sites to visit plus complete breakdown of focal lengths and kit required. Oh, and an invite to take the show to America. One day.
Jon’s site: www.moondog.photography
Today, the multi award winning photojournalist Adam Gray on his access to hospitals and the streets of NYC during Covid-19. This interview is also in vision. We’ll have the answers to last week’s Friday quiz and a new Daily Photo Challenge plus your questions on macro lenses and fights at weddings!
Today’s Saturday guest on the daily show is proof that if you have a passion for a genre, anything really is possible. Football or soccer photography is one of the most competitive genres of sport shooting to engage in, so within a matter of a few years, how has Martyn Haworth gone from shooting non league to THE BIG LEAGUE? Also today a slight hint, only slight, of things to come.
Martyn’s website: https://mhaworth.co.uk/
Well maybe not Hollywood per sae, but on film sets around the globe (when we reopen for business). Today Keith Bernstein reappears to answer the questions you’ve sent in about being a television and films set and stills photographer. And Kevin sets the most daring DAILY PHOTO CHALLENGE yet! A monster sized episode.
Keith’s work: https://www.keithbernstein.co.uk/
Today’s show features Tim Johnston, a minimalist Brand and Editorial Photographer based in London. He talks about how photography has helped his anxiety, particularly helpful during lockdown. We also have the answers and winners to last week’s photo challenge and Friday’s Bar Nuts Quiz. That Mullins has an important announcement too about a new website.
The daily photo podcast goes a little more on brand today although we think it’s a great listen for all flavours, in terms of understanding what the camera companies are doing at this time for their customers. Andreas Georghiades the Marketing Manager for Fujifilm UK takes questions that you wrote in with. Also a throw forward to a second special tomorrow as we speak to ‘our man’ in Manila, photographer Gary Tyson.
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“Would you like to second shoot a wedding for me?” The question UK wedding and commercial photographer Rebecca Faith posed to Magnum legend shooter Martin Parr. Hear what happened after he agreed. Also today, should you be photographing on the street during lockdown?
Rebecca Faith’s site: https://rebeccafaithphoto.com/
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Today’s guest, portrait and wedding photographer Fran Corbett had never pressed the video record button on her camera before Covid-19 had us all documenting our every move at home during lockdown. Her short honest family films of life in France during this time had us captivated on the show, so we wanted to learn more of her experience and what she uses technically.
Fran Corbett: https://littlewingphotos.com/
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Today’s show features Brad Wakefield who talks about shooting press work and how in many respects it’s similar to photographing a wedding in terms of story capture. Why don’t we talk about micro two thirds? And other questions, all in The FujiCast Daily. Remember the show lives by your questions and thoughts on photography, so keep sending them in to firstname.lastname@example.org
Brad Wakefield: https://www.bradwakefield.com/
Brian Shul’s spy plane photography: bit.ly/brianshul
The incredibly patient Bryan Caporicci is back for the last part of his three parter on business advice during lockdown. Today we talk contracts and Neale has something to admit about his own contract! Also how DO you say the word Nikon, our strangest photo commissions and photographing pots ‘n’ pans.
Bryan’s Sprout Studio link: https://www.getsproutstudio.com
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MAIN SHOW MONDAY as we’ve been calling it talks today to respected British documentary photographer Fran May. Her honest pictures of Britain during the power strikes and financially turbulent times of the 70s are now the subject of a book featuring pictures that Bill Brandt, her mentor, commented would one day form a precious and important portfolio. As always your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and Kev’s photo book review.
Fran May: https://www.franmayphotography.com/
In part 2 of our weekend daily show, John McCarthy talks of his release after 1,943 days captive in Lebanon. As we encounter our own isolation and think of what lies ahead, John shares how his hopes for freedom led to new horizons. Today is about embracing our futures. We’ll also hear more of your photographic daily stories of what you’ve been doing at this time.
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A very special guest joins us this weekend on The FujiCast Daily. John McCarthy was held hostage in Beirut for 1,943 days, so knows a deal about isolation. Today a story of hope and tackling the effects of being isolated from an outside world. Part one of a two parter this weekend. Also your positive stories of what you’ve been doing photographically during this extraordinary time.
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The book: ‘Some other rainbow,’ Jill Morrell and John McCarthy
Today, a list of stuff to do daily, should I posting my wedding pics right now and Bryan Caporicci on what happens when the doors open again for business? Who will prosper and how can you flourish. And Kev talks of the days he used to walk 22 miles as a street photographer.
Sprout Studios business for photographers: https://getsproutstudio.com/
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