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Join Rich and Scott as they discuss the “Reset Concept.” Learn how to deal with a shoot with everything seems to be going wrong. Learn how to mentally reset as well as how to reset your gear so you can make a fresh start.
The second half of the show will inspire you as we hear from Katrin Eismann. She is a well-respected author, educator, and photographer. She is also the Chair of the Digital Photography Department at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Katrin is recognized as a positive role model for young women who are seeking insights and opportunities in the field of digital technology and fine art.
Rich and Katrine discuss
- How philosophy and politics led Katrin into photography
- Preserving your legacy and images
- Katrin expresses her point of view and imagination in collages
- Ethics in photography in regards to compositing, journalists, & social media
- How social media is affecting the future of photo journalists
- Is there too much photography
- Is there still a role for photo education in a whole of iPhone photography and social media
- Advice about not getting lost in lens, gear and tech talk as a photographer
- Katrin’s favorite iPhone apps: Camera plus, Pure Shot, Slow Shutter, Bracket Mode, Snapseed
- Why should someone consider enrolling in traditional education
Hosted by Rich Harrington & Scott Bourne
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