Kev is losing it, well he’s lost his memories cards, batteries and a whole X-Pro2! Lockdown losses. Some ’sound’ advice for budding podcasters, we talk URBEX (urban exploration photography), zooms versus primes, attending college to learn photography and workshops, using Instax printers at events and is Twitter the new way to share pictures? Are you patient enough to print? And a conversation about a monochrome only X100. In the Shadow of Cleve Hill by royal racing photographer Bernard Parkin is book of the week and we meet another friend of the show, Dennis Lee.

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Today’s guest is Friend of the Show Dennis Lee

Book of the week is In The Shadow of Cleeve Hill Bernard Parkin

Award-winning racing photographer Bernard Parkin details his life and a career spanning several decades, including becoming the first person in his profession to hold Royal Warrants of Appointment to both The Queen Mother and The Queen. This lavishly illustrated work will be of great interest to racing enthusiasts and followers of royalty alike.

Bernard Parkin is one of racing’s most respected photographers. He has a wealth of memories and a library of many thousands of photographs of the thoroughbred racehorse, both over fences and on the flat. The pages of this fascinating book are crammed full of fun, excitement and uncanny coincidences.

You can purchase the book here.

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Some more stuff we talk about more this week

We mention Kev’s workshops and presets.

Graham Harries pictures from Chernobyl to accompany our chat about URBEX: http://gphotography.org.uk/chernobyl/ 

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