#261: Healing Salve On The Open Wound Of Doubt

#260: A Friendship Built On Skype

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This week, we’re doing our best to answer your photo questions, which range from the technical to the obscure, from dream camera setup to whether or not you need an agent (spoiler: it depends). This episode marks the end of five years of OTP and we couldn’t be more grateful. Thank you for continuing to take an hour and a half or so out of your week to join us. We love doing the show and are looking forward to year six. Claire Rosen is our Photographer of the Week.

William Coupon;William J. Clinton Pictures | Getty Images

TCP&Co – Photographer Insurance | Camera Equipment Insurance

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These historical black-and-white photos have been transformed into colour masterpieces by a 21-year-old Brazilian artist

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#259: Chasing Expertise, and Amy

#258: The Hottest Bell Pepper I’ve Ever Seen

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This week, what’s the most iconic nude photo you’ve ever seen? Now, think about what makes it iconic. The human form is a blank canvas, but depending on how it’s lit, posed or seen by the artist, the resulting representation can be either beautiful or disturbing, art or porn. What’s takes it one way or the other? Also, we talk about when “official” portraits are just bad portraits. Plus, would you pay to use social media if it meant keeping your private information private? Suzanne Moxhay is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #empty

16 Podcasts Photographers Should Follow in 2017 – Resource

Touchnote | Send your photos as postcards and greeting cards

Shooting with the Fujifilm GFX 50S: Extended Thoughts and Sample Images

First Lady Melania Trump Gets Her First Official Portrait : NPR

This is President Trump’s Official Portrait

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Daring Fireball: The Mac Pro Lives

Dell’s 8K monitor is a sublime $4,999 luxury for the pros – The Verge

Multiplane camera – Wikipedia

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Interview with Suzanne Moxhay | Dada Magazine | Kids of Dada

#257: Turn the Hat Around

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This week, a followup to our depression discussion from a couple episodes ago and a letter from a listener. Despite how it sometimes feels, you’re not alone. It’s dark sometimes – really dark – but it’s not empty. We, along with countless listeners, have been there. Call us, email us, post in the group or talk to a family member or a friend. Make things. Share work. Every day, every picture is a chance to change course, either a little or a lot. Also, an offline phone call inspired a discussion around conventional wisdom pertaining to gear and equipment. Nick Veasey is our photographer of the week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #Saturation

Richard Tuschman’s Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz is a look back at 1930s Poland

Bill Wadman 2017 365 (@wadman365) • Instagram photos and videos

Instagram begins blurring some sensitive content, opens two-factor to all | TechCrunch

X-Trans: The Promise and the Problem

Opinion: Thinking about buying medium format? Read this first: Digital Photography Review

Stunning Rare Photographs of Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, and Marlene Dietrich from Hollywood’s Kodachrome Era Photos | Vanity Fair

Stunning Rare Photographs of Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, and Marlene Dietrich from Hollywood’s Kodachrome Era Photos | Vanity Fair

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Nick Veasey: Exposing the invisible | TED Talk | TED.com

Extreme X-Rays: Photographer Nick Veasey Takes You Inside … Everything | WIRED