Artful Camera | Analog And Digital Photography And Filmmaking

Sinopsis

The Artful Camera (formerly The Digital Convergence Podcast) is a show about the art, craft, and business of analog and digital photography and filmmaking.

Episodios

  • New Mac Pros with Afterburners (241)

    New Mac Pros with Afterburners (241)

    05/06/2019 Duración: 01h12min

    Chris Fenwick tells me what he thinks of the new Mac Pro just announced at Apple’s 2019 WWDC Keynote. I ask him, “Will you be buying one?” We talk about podcasting, the new Mac display and it’s high-priced stand, and creating 19K video for multiscreen displays for trade shows. Episode Links: Adam Curry’s Podfather Gear http://adam.curry.com/html/PODFATHERGEAR-qKX0Rs9Gtp6GkGmxBTJF4Zt8wlRpjr.html Tencue https://tencue.com Digital Cinema Cafe Podcast Episode 26–The Big Pitch with Jeff Wilk https://digitalcinemacafe.com/2013/10/09/dcc026-the-big-pitch-feat-jeff-wilk/ OWC Express 4M2 4-Slot M.2 NVMe SSD Enclosure (affiliate link) https://amzn.to/2IoNINO Chris Fenwick on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisfenwick/ Carl Olson on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/artful.creative/ The Artful Camera https://carlolson.tv/artfulcamera  

  • Pat McGowan - BlackBox Global One Year Later (240)

    Pat McGowan - BlackBox Global One Year Later (240)

    30/10/2018 Duración: 01h08min

    Pat McGowan - CEO and Founder of BlackBox Global. In this special edition of the Artful Camera, I revisit a topic that was first presented here in episode #224 in May of 2017 - the idea of using an aggregator to submit stock video to other agencies. In that episode I spoke (rather skeptically I admit) to Founder and CEO of BlackBox Global - Pat McGowan. In September of this year (2018) BlackBox posted a record month in sales, and recently onboarded over 28,000 creators. BlackBox is now the largest contributor to the Big 4 Agencies: Shutterstock, Adobe Stock, Pond 5, and Story Blocks. With claims like that I felt it was time to talk with Pat again about BlackBox. In this episode you are going to hear that BlackBox is much much more than an aggregator of stock video. As creators, I think we get it, the gig economy can be a tough source of income (or lack thereof). Diversifying revenue sources is a protection to creators. BlackBox provides an inventive way for creators to realize more profits from doing the thin

  • Are Websites Relevant Anymore? (239)

    Are Websites Relevant Anymore? (239)

    30/08/2018 Duración: 56min

    Mike Carroll asks: "Are websites relevant anymore?" Chris Fenwick and Carl Olson attempt to answer his question. Chris Fenwick: http://chrisfenwick.com Mike Carroll: http://mikecarrollfilms.com Carl Olson: https://carlolson.tv  

  • I Was Strolling On The Moon One Day

    I Was Strolling On The Moon One Day

    10/01/2018 Duración: 01h10min

    There are only five astronauts alive out of the twelve men that walked on the moon. Their photography and video inspire over 40 years later. I ramble about the needless complexity of gadgets revealed at CES 2018, the new DJI OSMO Mobile 2, the Panasonic GH5s, Canon's CEO admits Canon lags in innovation, analog film's viability is uncertain and the passing of New55 Film, and more. This episode is sponsored by: CrumplePop Visit http://crumplepop.com and check out all of their fine plugins for Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere. CrumplePop's plugins are like pixie dust for your video. StoryBlocks Go to http://storyblocks.com/camera to get all the stock images, video, and audio you can imagine for $149. Download anything from thousands of images, videos, and tracks—and unlock discounts on millions more. About the Artful Camera: Website: https://carlolson.tv Send an email or voicemail to Artful Camera: https://carlolson.tv/contact/ Disclaimer: some links referenced in the show notes are affiliate links. The use of a

  • Paul Friedman - Founder of LensProToGo (237)

    Paul Friedman - Founder of LensProToGo (237)

    21/12/2017 Duración: 01h02min

    Paul Friedman - the founder and CEO of LensProToGo - is my guest for this episode of the Artful Camera. On December 5, 2017, Paul Friedman and Roger Cicala issued a joint press release announcing the merger of LensProToGo and LensRentals. In our conversation, Paul reveals the backstory of how this remarkable merger came about - the result of a longstanding friendship between him and LensRentals' founder Roger Cicala. If I were still producing my old defunct podcast Gainfully Unemployed - this would certainly be a fitting episode for that podcast. Paul tells his story of quitting his corporate job to start his photography and lens rental business. Paul also talks about a cool program to help creatives realize their projects via LensProToGo’s EQUIP: Helping Creatives Create program. Mentioned in this episode: LensProToGo: https://www.lensprotogo.com Lens Rentals: https://www.lensrentals.com FCP X Grill Episode 153: http://digitalcinemacafe.com/2017/12/18/fcg153-upgrade-nightmares-feat-carl-olson-2/ This episod

  • Rick Delgado and the Art of Editing Documentaries (236)

    Rick Delgado and the Art of Editing Documentaries (236)

    20/11/2017 Duración: 57min

    What does video editing a documentary have in common with a deck of cards? Filmmaker Rick Delgado answers that question in this edition of the Artful Camera. Mentioned in this episode: Rick Delgado: http://www.nufro.com RTMotion Lens Control System: http://www.rtmotion.com/lens-control-system This episode is sponsored by: CrumplePop Visit http://crumplepop.com and check out all of their fine plugins for Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere. CrumplePop's plugins are like pixie dust for your video. StoryBlocks Go to http://storyblocks.com/camera to get all the stock images, video, and audio you can imagine for $149. Download anything from thousands of images, videos, and tracks—and unlock discounts on millions more. About the Artful Camera: Website: https://carlolson.tv Instagram: @Artful.Camera https://www.instagram.com/artful.camera/ Send an email or voicemail to Artful Camera: https://carlolson.tv/contact/ Disclaimer: some links referenced in the show notes are affiliate links. The use of affiliate links do not

  • Scott McKenna - Documenting His Video Production Journey (235)

    Scott McKenna - Documenting His Video Production Journey (235)

    08/11/2017 Duración: 01h07min

    Scott McKenna is on a mission to document and share his journey as a creative. He is the owner of 4LCStudios - a production company that produces wedding, commercial, and aerial video. There are no secrets with Scott. He loves to teach and share what he has learned. With over 5,000 subscribers - all gained since May 2017 - he uploads a new video on his YouTube channel nearly everyday covering a wide range of topics - including gear, post production, and business. In this episode, Scott shares his story of going full time into video production, his philosophy of openly sharing that journey with others, and the keys to building a successful video production business.   Mentioned in this episode: Scott McKenna's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/scottmckenna 4LCStudios: http://www.4lcstudios.com/ Video - Super excited about this: https://youtu.be/aEaPETrJkNo   This episode is sponsored by: CrumplePop - Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X Plugins: http://crumplepop.com StoryBlocks.com - Uncage Your Creativity

  • Chris Fenwick Previews Final Cut Pro 10.4 (234)

    Chris Fenwick Previews Final Cut Pro 10.4 (234)

    07/11/2017 Duración: 01h11min

    Chris Fenwick previews Final Cut Pro 10.4 and the new iMac Pro on the Apple Campus in Cupertino, California while attending the 2017 FCP X Creative Summit. Mentioned in this episode: FCPX Creative Summit 2017: http://www.fcpxcreativesummit.com Chris Fenwick's website: http://chrisfenwick.com FCPXGrill Podcast: http://digitalcinemacafe.com/category/fcg/ This episode is sponsored by: CrumplePop - Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X Plugins: http://crumplepop.com StoryBlocks.com - Uncage Your Creativity. You bring the vision - we bring the stock video, images, and audio. Start your free 7 day trial today. Go to http://storyblocks.com/camera About the Artful Camera: Website: https://carlolson.tv Instagram: @Artful.Camera https://www.instagram.com/artful.camera/ Send an email or voicemail to Artful Camera: https://carlolson.tv/contact/ Disclaimer: some links referenced in the show notes are affiliate links. The use of affiliate links do not affect the price you pay. Artful Camera earns a small commission from each sa

  • Nick Andrew On Making: I AM WOLF

    Nick Andrew On Making: I AM WOLF

    10/10/2017 Duración: 01h03min

    Nick Andrew, a 27 year old filmmaker, is determined to make a feature length documentary titled: I AM WOLF: Lifeblood Of The American Wild. It's an ambitious project that both he and his wife, Bekah, are passionate about. There's one big problem, though. They don't have enough money, Nick's computer gear is old and outdated, and his filmmaking equipment is basic. Will limited funds and basic equipment stop Nick and Bekah from telling the story of the American wolf? This is Nick's story of setting out to produce a feature length documentary of lofty creative aspirations on a barebones budget. Mentioned in this episode: I AM WOLF movie website: https://www.iamwolfmovie.com I AM WOLF on Indiegogo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-am-wolf-lifeblood-of-the-american-wild#/ This episode is sponsored by: CrumplePop - Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X Plugins: http://crumplepop.com StoryBlocks.com - Uncage Your Creativity. You bring the vision - we bring the stock video, images, and audio. Start your free 7 day tr

  • What Photographers Can Learn From the Old Masters

    What Photographers Can Learn From the Old Masters

    03/10/2017 Duración: 01h04min

    Photography and painting have much in common. Both the painter and photographer are concerned about composition, lighting, color, and story. Photography is a relatively recent invention compared to painting. When the first photograph was taken in 1826 by Joseph Niepce, the practice of the painter already had a history developed over many centuries. Truly, the craft and art of photography owes much to the legacy of the old masters.   Mentioned in this episode: What Landscape Painting Can Teach Photographers–by Geoff Wittig http://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/2010/12/landscape-painting.html The Psychology of the "Decisive Moment"–by John Suler http://truecenterpublishing.com/photopsy/decisive_moment.htm   This episode is sponsored by: CrumplePop - Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X Plugins: http://crumplepop.com StoryBlocks.com - Uncage Your Creativity. You bring the vision - we bring the stock video, images, and audio. Start your free 7 day trial today. Go to http://storyblocks.com/

  • John Reuter - Second Impressions - Part 2 (231)

    John Reuter - Second Impressions - Part 2 (231)

    24/07/2017 Duración: 57min

    John Reuter’s professional and artistic life is tightly interwoven with the story of the Polaroid 20x24 camera and the artists that used it to bring their creative visions to life. It’s an important story worth preserving. John has has worked tirelessly to keep the 20x24 Polaroid camera alive. Part 1 of my conversation with John (found in episode 230 of the Artful Camera) contains the history of image transfer, image lift, and direct manipulation of Polaroid images. In part 2 of my conversation with John, the focus is on the artwork John created with the 20x24 Polaroid camera and the now rare Polacolor film. John reveals the creative process he used in making his evocative 20x24 Polacolor image transfers. The transfer image is just the beginning of a long process of creating many layers of “history” within the print. The process includes distressing the image and mark making with various pigments, oil pastels, and mediums. The end result is an image rich in texture and beauty. John’s images are currently on e

  • John Reuter - Second Impressions - Part 1 (230)

    John Reuter - Second Impressions - Part 1 (230)

    19/07/2017 Duración: 59min

    John Reuter - artist, photographer, and director of the Polaroid 20x24 Project, returns to the Artful Camera. John has worked closely with a number of well known artists including Chuck Close, Robert Rauschenberg, William Wegman, Elsa Dorfman, Joyce Tenneson, and many others to help them bring their creative visions to life using the Polaroid 20x24 camera. However, John Reuter is an accomplished artist in his own right. This episode focuses on John and his work as an artist. The exhibit John Reuter: Second Impressions, Polaroid Process to Singapore Infrared opened at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre on June 21, 2017, and runs through August 5th. It features 35 20x24 Polacolor Image Transfers created by John. Eight of these images are 4 panel assemblies measuring 42x52 inches and mounted on canvas. While many of the images featured in the exhibit date back as as early as 1988, the show features two new 4 panel pieces created by John in 2017 just for this exhibit. In this episode John talks about the early hi

  • Brian Greenberg - Owner of Richard Photo Lab (229)

    Brian Greenberg - Owner of Richard Photo Lab (229)

    28/06/2017 Duración: 01h24min

    Brian Greenberg - owner of Richard Photo Lab - joins me in this episode of the Artful Camera. Brian started his career in the photo industry over 20 years ago. His photo career has spanned from photo assisting, processing, scanning, printing and customer service. Before Brian bought Richard Photo Lab, it was originally owned by a man named - you guessed it - Richard. Richard immigrated from China to Hollywood, California. He opened a small, custom photo lab. Richard developed a strong reputation for superb craftsmanship. As a result, Richard acquired a small commercial photography customer base that remained intensely loyal to him. Years later, Richard was looking to retire. Brian Greenberg saw an opportunity to uphold what Richard’s name represented - superb quality and customer service. Embracing that culture and building upon it has turned Richard Photo Lab into one of the premiere full service photo labs in the world. Their services - which include film development, film scanning, and printing - is not li

  • Steven Bernstein, ASC - Writer, Director, Producer (228)

    Steven Bernstein, ASC - Writer, Director, Producer (228)

    19/06/2017 Duración: 01h18s

    Steven Bernstein, ASC, is a writer, director, producer, cinematographer, and instructor. In this episode of the Artful Camera, Steve engages in a fascinating conversation about screenwriting, lighting, and the visual language of filmmaking. Steve began his film career as a cinematographer in the United Kingdom, first doing documentaries, then commercials. He went on to shoot many landmark feature films for both studios and independents including the highly acclaimed Like Water For Chocolate and the Oscar winning motion picture Monster – starring Charlize Theron. That movie was directed by a name that should be familiar to all film goers today - Patty Jenkins - who is the director of Wonder Woman currently in theaters at the time this episode was recorded (June 2017). Steve is the author of the best selling book Film Production. It’s about the process of film making. He has also authored several other books and screenplays. One of Steve’s most recent projects is a new film about Dylan Thomas, called Dominion,

  • Rick Delgado on Filming for Nickelodeon, New Macs for Pros, and the Sony a9 (227)

    Rick Delgado on Filming for Nickelodeon, New Macs for Pros, and the Sony a9 (227)

    12/06/2017 Duración: 01h18min

    Can there be a better guide than Apple’s own manuals for FCP, Motion, and Logic? Yes indeed! I’m going to tell you about an incredible set of “graphically enhanced manuals" from musician, composer, author, and CEO of DingDing Music, Inc. - Edgar Rothermich. Apple made a huge splash earlier this week at WWDC 2017. Not only did Apple demonstrate solid software updates to iOS and macOS, they announced a huge round of hardware updates including the iPad Pro, MacBook Pro, iMacs, and now the iMac Pro, along with hints of a modular Mac Pro. That should make a bunch of creative pros happy! Or, you would think! Cinematographer and photographer Rick Delgado checks in with me after just returning from Cancun where he worked on a commercial shoot for Nickelodeon. He also tells me about his impressions and thoughts about NAB 2017, and he answers the question “do real pros use autofocus.” His answer may surprise you! Mentioned in this episode: Rick Delgado's website: http://www.nufro.com Edgar Rothermich's GEM Manuals: htt

  • David duChemin - The Soul of the Camera (226)

    David duChemin - The Soul of the Camera (226)

    06/06/2017 Duración: 01h14min

    When we look at our photographs and find not the slightest reflection of ourselves, it’s a good sign that our images have lost their soul. What can we do about that? How can we add life into our images? Photographer and author David duChemin answers those questions in his new, inspiring and thoughtful book: The Soul of the Camera – The Photographer’s Place In Picture-Making. David talks about his new book and shares his ideas and thoughts on being intentional about creating images. Mentioned in this episode: The Soul of the Camera: http://www.soulofthecamera.com David duChemin's website: http://davidduchemin.com Craft & Vision: https://craftandvision.com This episode is sponsored by: CrumplePop - Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X Plugins: http://crumplepop.com GraphicStock - Enhance your creativity with access to over 380,000 graphics, icons, templates, photos, images, and more—including their new creative lifestyle collection, Creator to Creator. Sign up for a 7 day free trial and download whatever you wa

  • Creating Camelot - The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe (225)

    Creating Camelot - The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe (225)

    26/05/2017 Duración: 45min

    Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe showcases more than 70 intimate photographs and iconic images of President John F. Kennedy, his wife, Jacqueline, and their children, Caroline and John Jr. — photos that helped create the legend of the Kennedy presidency known as “Camelot” — by Jacques Lowe, Kennedy’s personal photographer from 1958 through his early years in the White House. Tom Shinall, the marketing director of the Booth Western Art Museum, gives me a personal tour of this extraordinary exhibit now on display at the Booth Museum in Cartersville, Georgia. Mentioned in this episode: Booth Western Art Museum: http://boothmuseum.org FotometerPro Lightmeter for iPhone and iPad: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fotometerpro/id439913393?mt=8 Richard Photo Lab: http://www.richardphotolab.com This episode is sponsored by: CrumplePop - Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X Plugins: http://crumplepop.com Artful Camera website: https://artfulcamera.com Instagram: @Artful.Camera https://www.instagram.

  • Pat McGowan and Blackbox Wants Filmmakers To Be Paid Fairly (224)

    Pat McGowan and Blackbox Wants Filmmakers To Be Paid Fairly (224)

    15/05/2017 Duración: 01h19min

    Pat McGowan is the CEO of and founder of Blackbox Global. What is Blackbox Global and why should filmmakers care? That’s what I try to wrap my head around in my conversation with Pat. He is on a mission to give creators more freedom in getting their fair share of passive income for their art. Mentioned in this episode: Blackbox.Global: http://www.blackbox.global This episode is sponsored by: CrumplePop - Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X Plugins: http://crumplepop.com Artful Camera website: https://artfulcamera.com Disclaimer: some links referenced in the show notes are affiliate links. The use of affiliate links do not affect the price you pay. Artful Camera earns a small commission from each sale which help offset some of the costs involved in producing this podcast. Thank you for your support.

  • Dave Bias and the FILM Ferrania Story - Part 2 (223)

    Dave Bias and the FILM Ferrania Story - Part 2 (223)

    08/05/2017 Duración: 01h21min

    Dave Bias continues in part 2 of this interview by telling the fascinating story of how co-founders Nicola Baldini and Marco Pagni teamed together to resurrect Ferrania as FILM Ferrania to bring back analog film production. Dave talks about FILM Ferrania's successful Kickstarter campaign that allowed them to invest in the future of analog film. However, as with any good story adversity lurks around the corner threatening the protagonist’s journey. Dave tells us that proved true with FILM Ferrania. They suffered a major setback in refurbishing the manufacturing facility that caused them to have to delay the release of a new color reversal film originally promised as a reward to their Kickstarter supporters. Meanwhile, the FILM Ferrania team found an old hand written note in a diary that turned out to be the formula and manufacturing instructions of a gorgeous, silver-packed, black and white cinema film stock that is the stuff of legends: P30. Producing the first batches of P30 proved to be a good learning step

  • Dave Bias and the FILM Ferrania Story - Part 1 (222)

    Dave Bias and the FILM Ferrania Story - Part 1 (222)

    03/05/2017 Duración: 01h22min

    To call Dave Bias a creative is too limiting. He is a story teller, a entrepreneur, a photographer, a graphic designer, and much more – a 21st century polymath. Dave's journey begins in a small West Virginia town as vinyl record shop owner. A love of folding cameras (such as the pre-World War II Voigtländer Bessa) and a chance encounter with a rented Hasselblad leads Dave into the world of photography. When Polaroid stopped making instant film, Dave took on what to some may have seemed to be a quixotic quest to save Polaroid. That led to his work with Impossible Project. And from there, Dave moved on to FILM Ferrania. Ferrania was founded in 1917 and later started manufacturing photographic and motion picture film. In 1964 they were bought by 3M and became primarily a white label film manufacturer. The near death of film photography due to the dramatic advancement of digital cameras led to Ferrania ceasing film manufacturing and finally shuttered their plant doors in 2010. Curiously, the pulse of the apparent

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