Today special guest, international award-winning wedding photographer Adam Johnson.
Also, the chance to win a Tourbox, talk of self-publishing, best practises for twin card setups, and are you cheating – if you use presets? That and more in this week’s show.
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Today’s Guest is Adam Johnson
Adam Johnson is an ward-winning wedding photographer.
He talks about the day he quit his job with just two bookings in an otherwise empty calendar, particularly pertinent in our year where clear diaries have been a theme for many a professional.
Some other stuff we mention
Suggestion from a listener for a book: The Sweet Flypaper of Life by Roy DeCarava and Langston Hughes.
Kev and Neale ponder over the rules over masking up!
Books or prints, what would Kev and Neale choose?
Lightroom and Adobe Cloud, what’s the best way to do this and can you increase Adobe Cloud storage size?
External mics – you can see some of the ones Kev & Neale use on our Gear Page.
Best practises for using twin card camera set ups.
A question of presets, a listener feels he may be cheating by using Lightroom presets. Is that true?
Win a TourBox!!!
You can read all about the TourBox Competition and get a discount here.
Kev’s Book of the Week The Isolated Streets by Kant Rathood
The Isolated Streets is a Self Published book by Kant Rathood
Unless you’ve been living underground for that past 3 months and haven’t seen the light of day, the outbreak of the coronavirus has changed the world in an unimaginable way.
We have almost be re engineered into changing our behaviour in how we may interact in society.
So during this period most the world had pretty much lived under some sort of lockdown. Although the situation is easing a little in London town, the time before was a tough call on everyone. Having little work in my paid profession, I decided to start working on an idea for a book entitled The Isolated Streets. It would be a reflection on the lockdown period illustrated with words and photography.
A lot of my street photography usually has only one or two of the human element in the composition. The idea was the images as a metaphor for them of social distancing and isolation.
And 3 months down the line, I have finished the book and very pleased with the final outcome. I’ve had very positive feedback from a number of recipients. Here are some sample pages from the book.
The book is available to purchase directly from Kant If you are interested in acquiring a copy please contact him for pricing.
Let’s try and support self-published work in the UK.