Neale and Kev ponder whether to believe in Father Christmas over the politicians, we discuss the new lens roadmap and Viltrox lenses, the value of signed photography books, we tip our hats to Salgado’s latest exhibition, discuss the charges made to videographers in UK churches, lightroom rescues, drones and X100 cameras; are they the perfect all round travel companions? Book of the Week is Jim Marshall’s ‘Show Me the Picture’ and our guest is unit stills photographer Darren Goldstein.
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Guest of the week is Darren Goldstein
Toronto-based Darren Goldstein is an IATSE 667 Unit Still Photographer who made his bones shooting hundreds of music, film and TV stars including Amy Winehouse, Adele, Drake, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, John Legend, Mariah Carey, Usher, Demi Lovato, Bradley Cooper, Michael Buble, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Lily Singh, Will Farrell, Martin Short and Patrick Stewart.Darren specializes in unit and gallery photography for hit TV shows across genres like docudrama (Mayday, Disasters at Sea), lifestyle television (Property Brothers, Masterchef Canada), true crime (Cold Blood, Surviving Evil), and children’s programming (Endlings, Odd Squad Mobile Unit).A professional photographer for more than 20 years, Darren’s clients include athletic and luxury corporate brands (Adidas & Ralph Lauren), production companies (Proper TV & Cineflix), and broadcasters (Bell Media, Rogers & CBC).
Book of the week is Show me the Picture Jim Marshall
Jim Marshall created iconic images of rock ‘n’ roll stars, jazz greats, and civil rights leaders. He had the power to look into the soul of an individual and to capture the mood of an entire generation. This deluxe, career-spanning volume showcases hundreds of photographs: intimate portraits, heady crowd scenes, and haunting street shots evoking the sights and sounds of the 1960s and 1970s. Marked-up proof sheets offer insight into Marshall’s process, while in-depth essays from his contemporaries tell a compelling story about this larger-than-life man. Nearly a decade after his death, Marshall’s legacy is the subject of a documentary feature film. This gorgeous collection is a must-have for devoted fans and newcomers alike; a fitting tribute to a true legend.
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Once you have listened to this week’s show. You might be interested in Neale’s other podcast, or Kevin’s Loosely Country Live Radio Show.