Neale has been jabbed with 0.5mg of Bill Gates’ finest. Talking of ‘gates,’ Boxgate is back, SRGB or Adobe’s flavour of; what to choose to work in, some X-Pro3 issues to deal with and Q buttons, why? Which background colour works better for websites, can Judo make you a better photographer, how good are the new Mullins presets, how can I time and GPS stamp my audio recordings, how do you choose your photo books and the X-A7: discuss? Plus X-T3 or X-T4, is the IBIS worth it? Vinca Peterson’s ‘No System,’ is Kev’s book of the week plus we talk with royal family photographer Matt Porteous who is currently in The Maldives swimming with sharks!
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Matt Porteous is our guest. Famed, perhaps, for photographing the Royal Family. But beyond that, he is a man of incredible talents, a man with an ecologically sound soul….. and a really nice bloke.
Book of the week is No System By Vinca Peterson
Including over 200 of Vinca Petersen’s photographs, diary entries and ephemera, No System tells the story of a 10-year journey around Europe in the 1990’s putting on illegal free raves and festivals with other Techno Travellers.
“We are not rebelling against, so much as living outside the system. Free music to anyone that wants it is what we give and we need nothing back but space to roam.
Tribal beats have surrounded our planet for thousands of years. Technology is our addition to this continual rhythm. Age is no concern, background irrelevant. We exist now and in the future. Welcome to our way of living…”
Some other stuff we mention this week
Kev’s new Lightroom Presets are released today.
Fancy some more Listening?
If you do, you might want to check out Neale’s other Podcast, The Photography Daily and/or forget photography completely and have a listen to Kevin’s Radio Show which is all music and no photography.