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The Future of Photography

Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock

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The Future of Photography
The Future of Photography

The Future of Photography

Chris Marquardt & Adrian Stock

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Exploring the the way new technology can help you make fantastic photos

Latest Episodes

107 Movie Production Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (pt 1)

The start of a mammoth conversation on movie making past, present and FUTURE (of course). We talk colour, equipment, vision and story, story, story in this first slice. Picks of the week: 99pi is a great podcast, and this show in particular. This Unreal Engine resource is a glimpse into the future of production. And how about getting inspired by some of the best ever cinematography.

48 MIN2 d ago
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107 Movie Production Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (pt 1)

106 Tech Update

Sony's 3-layer sensor incorporates not just the light-sensitive pixels, but also some DRAM and logic, sandwiched on top of each other. This enables Sony to achieve high frame rates without the dreaded rolling shutter effect. | Scientists at the university of Utah have developed a lens that is 1000x thinner than regular optics. We speculate about how this could change photography in the future. And it's not all positive. | Out of Germany comes the self-resetting pixel which promises a way to end overexposure once and for all. Chris remembers MIT's Modulo Camera, which proposed the same method. | The traditional method of film makers to animate static 2D images is getting challenged by researchers at the Portland State University. Their 3D Ken Burns effect is AI generated and actually quite mind-blowing.

40 MIN1 w ago
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106 Tech Update

105 Land Art Photography

Eimear introduces us to land/earth art, with Andy Goldsworthy's art as a great example. We explore how this art form depends on other media and how you would show and present this art to audiences that are not in the position to go there. VR? Photography? And would that become its own new form of art in the process? | Picks of the week: Samir Belhamra, the art of Andy Goldsworthy

34 MIN2 w ago
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105 Land Art Photography

104 Images in the News

How do we best represent climat change in our images. One newspaper has made some choices - what do the team feel about that. And sports coverage has taken an uncomfortable turn | Picks of the week: A: Obsolete and Discontinued - a book edited by Mike Crawford. The work of Annuar Patjane. Fyuse app | Twitter: @tfopnow

34 MIN3 w ago
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104 Images in the News

103 How Slow Can You Go?

This week the team slooooww down. Inspired by a news article about an amazing artist, we discuss the benefits of making images more slowly - different approach, different kit, different outcomes | Picks of the week: Solarcan solography, making long exposures on your phone. And set yourself an assignment with friends! Book: Jeff Bridges: Pictures Volume 2 | Web: thefutureofphotography.com | Twitter: @tfopnow

40 MINNOV 13
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103 How Slow Can You Go?

102 AI Queer Eye for the All-I

A techy show this week - how to make moving images by extrapolating for a single still. New technology from MIT that can turn still images into video. Could this be the panacea for all photographers that find video really hard? | A bit of background reading on the reason for the show title. | Picks of the week: [Fuji X-Pro 3](), Crazy niche cameras | E: The Tao of Photography by Tom Ang.

43 MINOCT 30
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102 AI Queer Eye for the All-I

101 The Future of Skill

Over the history of photography, less and less skill was required to take photos. Photography used to be alchemy: chemistry, glass plates, very skillful processes. Then cameras evolved to free us from the requirement of tech skills. But now we have so much choice, so many tools. Is it now harder to produce great images? | Photo highlights: Trent Mitchell's series of images on people who body surf. The art and photography of Felix Hernandez. The Camino Voyage | Picks of the week: New MIT algorithms to make movies from stills. Make your own rocket.

59 MINOCT 23
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101 The Future of Skill

100 What Do We Do Here?

Show 100!!!!! A huge thank you to all our listeners for all your support and engagement over the the life of TFOP. This week we indulge ourselves in a little reminiscing, talking about our own imagery and speculating wildly. Fun times! – Photo highlights: Speed of development, Body camera behaviour, photographing a black hole, Christian Stangl's Comet, The Art of Noticing, Maria Popova, Sarah Moon – Our photos: J: Western, J: Assasin, A: Flares, E: Rainbow, E: Tightrope, C: Flag, C: Escalator – What we see in the future: Photo tour to Mars with Chris, solution to protecting artist's work, teaching fine arts in school, photo archaeology.

84 MINOCT 16
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100 What Do We Do Here?

099b I Want to Be Famous for...

"What do you want to be famous for?" A difficult question to answer perhaps. Even for the TFOP crew there are different views and understandings of the nature of fame. This week we take an existential trip down the fame rabbit hole to find our answers to our darkest needs :-) – Photo highlights: Clare Marie Bailey, Vija Celmins – Picks of the week: New Fujifilm Instax printer, Traffic simulator, the new Hipstamatic

54 MINOCT 9
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099b I Want to Be Famous for...

099 Is HDR Ever a Good Thing?

HDR - an opportunity to make amazing images or an abomination? It's a bit like Marmite, you either love it or hate it. But what does it actually mean? What is the difference between older defitions and new tools, toys and workflow? Why can't we turn it off on our phones anymore? Can it be done well? || Photo highlights: Old family Flickr stream, a road trip, artist Mathieu Schmitt || Picks of the week: Hipstamatic app, the JollyLook camera, Elinor Carucci - "Midlife"

51 MINOCT 2
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099 Is HDR Ever a Good Thing?

Latest Episodes

107 Movie Production Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (pt 1)

The start of a mammoth conversation on movie making past, present and FUTURE (of course). We talk colour, equipment, vision and story, story, story in this first slice. Picks of the week: 99pi is a great podcast, and this show in particular. This Unreal Engine resource is a glimpse into the future of production. And how about getting inspired by some of the best ever cinematography.

48 MIN2 d ago
Comments
107 Movie Production Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (pt 1)

106 Tech Update

Sony's 3-layer sensor incorporates not just the light-sensitive pixels, but also some DRAM and logic, sandwiched on top of each other. This enables Sony to achieve high frame rates without the dreaded rolling shutter effect. | Scientists at the university of Utah have developed a lens that is 1000x thinner than regular optics. We speculate about how this could change photography in the future. And it's not all positive. | Out of Germany comes the self-resetting pixel which promises a way to end overexposure once and for all. Chris remembers MIT's Modulo Camera, which proposed the same method. | The traditional method of film makers to animate static 2D images is getting challenged by researchers at the Portland State University. Their 3D Ken Burns effect is AI generated and actually quite mind-blowing.

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
106 Tech Update

105 Land Art Photography

Eimear introduces us to land/earth art, with Andy Goldsworthy's art as a great example. We explore how this art form depends on other media and how you would show and present this art to audiences that are not in the position to go there. VR? Photography? And would that become its own new form of art in the process? | Picks of the week: Samir Belhamra, the art of Andy Goldsworthy

34 MIN2 w ago
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105 Land Art Photography

104 Images in the News

How do we best represent climat change in our images. One newspaper has made some choices - what do the team feel about that. And sports coverage has taken an uncomfortable turn | Picks of the week: A: Obsolete and Discontinued - a book edited by Mike Crawford. The work of Annuar Patjane. Fyuse app | Twitter: @tfopnow

34 MIN3 w ago
Comments
104 Images in the News

103 How Slow Can You Go?

This week the team slooooww down. Inspired by a news article about an amazing artist, we discuss the benefits of making images more slowly - different approach, different kit, different outcomes | Picks of the week: Solarcan solography, making long exposures on your phone. And set yourself an assignment with friends! Book: Jeff Bridges: Pictures Volume 2 | Web: thefutureofphotography.com | Twitter: @tfopnow

40 MINNOV 13
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103 How Slow Can You Go?

102 AI Queer Eye for the All-I

A techy show this week - how to make moving images by extrapolating for a single still. New technology from MIT that can turn still images into video. Could this be the panacea for all photographers that find video really hard? | A bit of background reading on the reason for the show title. | Picks of the week: [Fuji X-Pro 3](), Crazy niche cameras | E: The Tao of Photography by Tom Ang.

43 MINOCT 30
Comments
102 AI Queer Eye for the All-I

101 The Future of Skill

Over the history of photography, less and less skill was required to take photos. Photography used to be alchemy: chemistry, glass plates, very skillful processes. Then cameras evolved to free us from the requirement of tech skills. But now we have so much choice, so many tools. Is it now harder to produce great images? | Photo highlights: Trent Mitchell's series of images on people who body surf. The art and photography of Felix Hernandez. The Camino Voyage | Picks of the week: New MIT algorithms to make movies from stills. Make your own rocket.

59 MINOCT 23
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101 The Future of Skill

100 What Do We Do Here?

Show 100!!!!! A huge thank you to all our listeners for all your support and engagement over the the life of TFOP. This week we indulge ourselves in a little reminiscing, talking about our own imagery and speculating wildly. Fun times! – Photo highlights: Speed of development, Body camera behaviour, photographing a black hole, Christian Stangl's Comet, The Art of Noticing, Maria Popova, Sarah Moon – Our photos: J: Western, J: Assasin, A: Flares, E: Rainbow, E: Tightrope, C: Flag, C: Escalator – What we see in the future: Photo tour to Mars with Chris, solution to protecting artist's work, teaching fine arts in school, photo archaeology.

84 MINOCT 16
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100 What Do We Do Here?

099b I Want to Be Famous for...

"What do you want to be famous for?" A difficult question to answer perhaps. Even for the TFOP crew there are different views and understandings of the nature of fame. This week we take an existential trip down the fame rabbit hole to find our answers to our darkest needs :-) – Photo highlights: Clare Marie Bailey, Vija Celmins – Picks of the week: New Fujifilm Instax printer, Traffic simulator, the new Hipstamatic

54 MINOCT 9
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099b I Want to Be Famous for...

099 Is HDR Ever a Good Thing?

HDR - an opportunity to make amazing images or an abomination? It's a bit like Marmite, you either love it or hate it. But what does it actually mean? What is the difference between older defitions and new tools, toys and workflow? Why can't we turn it off on our phones anymore? Can it be done well? || Photo highlights: Old family Flickr stream, a road trip, artist Mathieu Schmitt || Picks of the week: Hipstamatic app, the JollyLook camera, Elinor Carucci - "Midlife"

51 MINOCT 2
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099 Is HDR Ever a Good Thing?
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