Newfoundland Photography Retreat
This Podcast is about Peter upcoming photography retreat to his home area of the great northern peninsula of Newfoundland. Peter talks about the Newfoundland culture that he grew up with and about his people and their way of life
Come Join US for our Photography Tour to the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland - August 23rd to 30th, 2014
Exploring from Corner Brook to St. Anthony, we will experience the rich land and sea while enjoying the friendly local people and culture. Highlights include two scenic boat tours, Norris Point, Gros Morne National Park, Lobster Cove Lighthouse, The Arches, Cow Head, Parson?s Pond, L?anse Aux Meadows, and so much more.
A modern spacious coach will transport us through coastal and rugged landscape as you are provided guided tours, photography workshops, and one on one instruction. The smaller size of the group will provide an intimate and enjoyable atmosphere while you learn. The Spence?s will make this an unforgettable holiday adventure.
Please contact us for more details!
902 999 4077 or firstname.lastname@example.orgNikonian Northern Exposure #17
The Art of Black and White Photography. Great tips from Peter on how to Shoot Black and White Photography
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Thanks so much for coming back to my Podcast. This podcast I'm joined by Rod Ward, he is a professional photographer in Moncton, NB Canada. Ron has been working in the field of photography for over 30 years. In this interview, he talks about his photography experiences from being involved in a devastating car crash to facing frightening circumstances in Bosnia as an International photojournalist. Ron will share how he had to avoid land mines as a photographer and what travellers can learn from war zone photography.
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Whether you are a beginner or more experienced photographer, I will provide you with some tips that will benefit your techniques and give you better results in achieving good photos.
Simplicity in your work can be achieved with a few simple steps...find out how. Taking the simple approach to composition will make your photos even stronger.
Although we travel to many differant part of the world with my photography and Benda Music Therapy . When we were in Mexico . We got a message that Brenda Mother past away . This podcast is dedicated to her mother Ms Floy Taylor
This is about how photo therapy can help you deal with grief and lost
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Bridging the native Mi'kmaq cultures of Canada and the aboriginal people in Colombia,
Peter's passion and spiritual journey is apparant in his photographic vision; a connection
to this powerful roots of his identity. Peter?s descendants in Newfoundland were the
Beothuck people and thought to be extinct; as a Qalipu Mi?kmaq he finds meaning from the
relationships of the earth and people and this translates into the powerful and stunning
images he will present. Most of us have lived through an experience where we faced some
challenges and hardship. In exploring our questions and reflecting on our relationship with
the world we can embrace meaningful insight. In loss and living, spirituality has provided
necessary meaning to capture the resilience and passion which guide his artistic vision.Nikonian Northern Exposure # 12
Photo Professors Episode 19: This month the Photo Professors discuss the new Nikon Df camera with fellow Nikonian Larry Anderson:
Length of the podcast is 43:14Nikonians Photo Professors #19
Photo Professors Episode 18: This month the Photo Professors discuss Light and Dark! They discuss the use of flash outdoors in daylight, and then welcome guest Howard Ignatius discuss to his work in night photography.
You can find out more about Howard's workshops at: http://highsierraworkshops.com/nite/
Length of the podcast is 57:52Nikonians Photo Professors #18
Great interview with André Gallant who is a freelance photographer and photography lecturer who travels the world over. Andre?s expressive work appears in magazines and he generates creativity in his approach and style. Gallant is the author of several books; Expressionism: Digital Dreamscapes & other Techniques, Destinations: A Photographers Journey, Dreamscapes: Exploring Photo Montages and Photographing People At Home & Around (http://andregallant.com).In our interview André talks about his experience from being throw in a foreign jail to helping a family in IndiaNikonian Northern Exposure # 11
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Length of the podcast is 36:04
Length of the podcast is 39:18Nikonians Photo Professors #16
This is an insightful interview that you don't want to miss!!! American fine art photographer John Sexton shares his insights and inspirations revealing his thoughts that contribute to his specialty in black and white photography. Sexton worked with Ansel Adams, first as Technical and Photographic Assistant, then later as a Technical Consultant.
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Stump, Early Morning Mist, Emerald Lake, Canada
©1988 John Sexton. All rights reserved.
Length of the podcast is 31:33Nikonians Photo Professors #15
Peter Spence talk with International Photographer Maurice Henri and Robert Gallant with Raven's Sun Management as we talk about our upcoming breathtaking photographic journey into the heart of Colombia. From coffee plantations to high altitude volcanoes, traditional villages, and modern cities and about the warm hospitality you will see Colombia in a unique light that most people never get to experience
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Photo Professors Episode 14: This month the Photo Professors discussing this year's ImagingUSA convention in Atlanta, and are joined by Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Deanne Fitzmaurice. Deanne should be familiar to all Nikonians as one of the co-founders of Think Tank Photo!
Length of the podcast is 45:36
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Photo Professors Episode 13: This month the Photo Professors are joined by Image Doctor, Rick Walker. Together they Rick Walker's photography and his current equipment of choice.
Length of the podcast is 43:46
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When Canadian Photographer Maurice Henri began his career as a professional photographer in 1988, he never imagined he would be helping hundreds of kids in Africa, Haiti, and other countries. It all started in an African village when he gave a little girl an orange. That orange eventually led to his project called "Cameras for Healing."
Download this podcast. to Peter and Heather's interview with Maurice.
Photo Professors Episode 12: This month the Photo Professors are joined by guest podcaster, Michael Mariant. Together they tackle the topic of Street Photography. They discuss some definitions of what Street Photography is, along with gear and techniques.Nikonians Photo Professors Episode 12
Peter and Heather talk about their trip to Rome for the Canoniazation of the Blessed Kateri on October 21, 2012. Peter got lost in the Catacomb, Heather got the creeps and left Peter behind, yet again. Just when you think their spooky show ended at the last pod cast, October is not yet over.Nikonian Northern Exposure #7
This month the Nikonians Photo Professors bring you their holiday gift guide with 12 unique ideas for photographic holiday stocking stuffers and gifts. Length of the podcast is 42:52Nikonians Photo Professors Podcast #11