This week we talk to Thomas Heaton about the launch, growth and popularity of his landscape photography YouTube channel, his switch to Fujifilm and how his recent trip to Nepal was his biggest physical challenge yet. Also, is the D Pad to be taken from all cameras? Kevin gets to grips with ‘that’ film, the one Fujifilm ‘banned,’ and the book of the week is Jane Bown’s Exposures.
It’s the second of the two part series as we see off 2019 and welcome in 2020. This week Nick Turpin on street law, Ian MacDonald on mental wellbeing, Jason Florio on being human, Jo-Anne McArthur protecting animals, John Swannell on photographing the royals, Cam Neville fighting fires in Australia, Soraya Cortaville on new horizons, and Patrick LaRoque with Tom Stoddart musing over why we make pictures in the first place.
The Brighton listener meet up recorded live on location in the south’s most vibrant seaside town on the Palace Pier. The show features interviews with one of the UK’s most well known street photographers Nick Turpin, photographer and You Tuber Sean Tucker plus Fujifilm’s Exec helping to head up the X-Photographer ambassador scheme; Laura Ross. Those who came to the live show also get a chance to ask questions from the floor and we find out just what the law really is about photographing in public.
Street photography is a theme we return to and today’s episode takes on a potent tone as we hear photojournalist Jason Florio’s account of working on the streets of New York on the day of 9/11. Your Fujifilm questions and an opportunity to win Simplr straps.
Show notes and competition annos: https://www.fujicast.co.uk/
Jason Florio: https://www.floriophoto.com/
Florio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasonflorio/
Simplr Straps: https://www.simplr.us/
Artlist music: https://artlist.io/
Blue Wednesday: https://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday
Kevin Mullins: https://www.kevinmullinsphotography.co.uk/
Neale James: https://www.nealejames.com/