Reuters photographer Cathal McNaughton talks about winning a Pulitzer for his work in Myanmar and Bangladesh.
In 2020, book less but charge double. Is that as simple as it sounds though? How can you achieve success? Is it hard work or luck?
The first of two parts where we take you behind the scenes and playback some of our favourite moments and guests. And if publishing a photography book is a new year resolution, then you’ll want to hear the whole show!
This week three special guests; Ian Weldon, Cat Ekkelboom-White and Nick Church join Kevin and Neale to sort out what’s happening in wedding and social photography world.
Imagine this. Your first professional gig is shooting The Clash at the launch of punk music. Next you’re with Elton John. Then you’re on assignment in lawless Mogadishu followed by an invitation to be Nelson Mandela’s personal photographer.
Today’s guest is photojournalist and humanitarian Jason Florio who spent 18 months photographing the work of search and rescue boats off the coast of Libya, with an unexpected personal twist of fate.
Will you be switching to the X-Pro3? What will your photo legacy be? How do I set my pricing? What settings are best for YouTube vlogging? And why does Kev have a black eye?