Are you insured if you photograph an event that breaks distancing laws, should we expect a race to the bottom in terms of charging for weddings, what are preferable settings for focusing on quick-moving subjects, featuring face masks in pictures, and when weather attacks! Also today Kant Rathod is our special guest talking about his self-published book, The Isolated Streets.
Today’s Guest is Kant Rathood
Kant Rathod is our special guest talking about his self-published book, The Isolated Streets.
Kev’s Book of the Week I’ve Lived in East London for 86.5 Years by by Martin Usborne & Joseph Markovitch
Joseph Markovitch has left London only once to go to the seaside with his mother. He loves Nicolas Cage, has five sugars in his tea, would have married a six foot two Hispanic woman but in the end had such bad chest catarrh he never had a girlfriend.
Martin Usborne is a photographer and writer living in Hackney, East London and is also the co-founder and creative director of Hoxton Mini Press. He takes portraits, sometimes of people, often of animals and has had his work in galleries around the world.
Just who is Compo from Last of the Summer Wine?
Kev thinks he’d make a very good Compo.
A few more things we discuss this week
Our go to lenses: 23mm and 56mm in both cases
PC or Mac debate is back, pricing our desires – and Kev is selling his Surface Book (contact him if you want it)!
Are we in a race to the bottom when it comes to charging decent professional fees for weddings
Sean Tucker is mentioned. We love Sean.
The first movie about Corona virus is already out.