There is far more content there than I’ve been able to work through, but I’ve been getting a lot out of it. Unlike a lot of the other photography resources out there, this podcast stays clear of focusing on high-end or brand-new gear, which makes it a good resource for people working with 25-year old second-hand equipment, like myself. So much of photography is all about practice – the practice of seeing, of composing, of exposing – rather than about equipment, which it seems sometimes gets forgotten.
Ted’s been focusing a lot lately on film development and printing, which is relevant to my interests. Yesterday I put together this quick video response to one of his, explaining my setup and the sort of workflow I’m working with right now:
Yeah, I am no YouTube superstar. But making this was good fun, mayhaps I’ll do it again sometime.
(Yes, just squeaked by for my goal of doing a post every day – 11:59pm, baby!)