It’s the 200th edition, though the party is being postponed until 2028 when we’re all allowed to meet in a theatre again. Kev finds a unique method for his lateral flow tests before a wedding, we talk more about photographic style and if moving to Fujifilm changes the way you see, plus we ask are Fujifilm pictures ‘muddy’ out of camera? We muse over how the podcast started and talk about hosting your first exhibition. Book of the week is Archive by Bertien Van Manen and our guest is Sandra Cattaneo Adorno talking about the book Aguas De Ouro, published not long after starting her photographic career aged 60.

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Today’s guest is Sandra Sandra Cattaneo Adorno

Sandra Cattaneo Adorno began photographing eight years ago, at the age of 60, and has continuously been thrilled by the possibilities of interacting with the world photography has offered her.

Sandra is the recipient of international awards and her work has been exhibited and published worldwide. A selected list of awards, exhibitions and publications is available below.

Sandra’s latest book, Aguas de Ouro is available now. We reviewed it on the show a couple of weeks back.

Book of the week is Bertien Van Manen Archive

Since the 1970s, Dutch photographer Bertien van Manen has created intimate and poignant photographs of commonplace scenes, produced during extended trips to Europe, America, China and the former Soviet Union. Van Manen has established herself as a unique voice in documentary photography, her visual language imbued with empathy and respect for the everyday lives of her subjects. This book presents an extensive overview of Van Manen’s work, alongside diary entries and previously unpublished selections from her archive.

The book has been edited and designed by renowned Dutch designer Hans Gremmen to offer a unique insight and overview of Van Manen’s history, establishing this publication as the ultimate reference work on her oeuvre.

Some more stuff we talk about more this week

In this video I talk about the release of the Ricoh GR3x with a new 40mm lens, why it’s a better focal length for me, and why it’s good to see camera companies who are willing to listen to feedback from the photographers who use their cameras daily.

Luis Garvin link

Patrick LaRoque link too

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