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The Photographer

Adam Juniper & Tanya Nagar

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In very different ways, co-hosts Adam and Tanya are photo enthusists. Adam has spent years publishing books by other people about photography. Tanya is an acomplished Street Photographer. In this podcast they talk photography, beginning in Episode 0 where Tanya herself talks about a recent trip, but soon expanding to welcome interviewees from across the the industry.

Latest Episodes

Tanya in India - Part 2

We promised it, and we delivered. Straight back in from the end of the previous Episode 5 – go back and listen in the podcast episode of your choice first if you haven't already – we continue hearing about Tanya's trip to India, taking in Varanasi, Bodh Gaya, and some classic street photographer's dilemas. Here are the images we discuss this time:

28 MINOCT 22
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Tanya in India - Part 2

Ep 5 - Tanya in India (Part 1)

This month we swerve the tech-talk from the season of trade shows and take a look at the experience of visiting India and the street photohtaphy tips from regular co-host Tanya Nagar, author of the New Street Photographer's Manifesto.

36 MIN2018 DEC 21
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Ep 5 - Tanya in India (Part 1)

Ep 4 - Drones

In our pilot, Adam interviewed Tanya about her latest work; this time the tables are turned as Tanya finds out all about Adam's latest project, the book The Complete Guide to Drones 2nd Edition. Before that, in the news we look at: 1. Whether Juergen Teller's Rihanna shoot was cultural appropriation, simple copying, or actuially fine? We're not—entirely—afraid of the big issues. We also wonder why it took so long for English-speakers to raise their eyebrows/tweet-brows. 2. Photographer Marie Hyld's intamacy project (is she subverting the Tinder-meeting culture or just getting very close to strangers very fast?) 3. How to profit from an Instagram-led Zombie Apocalypse.

39 MIN2018 AUG 24
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Ep 4 - Drones

Ep 03 - Seamus Travers, Tear Gas & The CONIFA Cup

We meet street photographer Seamus Travers known for shooting everything from leaping horses of Dublin to Tear Gas and Chaos in Istanbul & Turkey. He has been interviewed on Adorama TV, been exhibited at the V&A, and now he tells Tanya and Adam all about his career. One of Traver's projects involves shooting in unrecognised countries, which is what brought him to London – where the CONIFA cup is being held for non-FIFA members.

59 MIN2018 JUL 23
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Ep 03 - Seamus Travers, Tear Gas & The CONIFA Cup

Ep 2 - Joeseth Carter, Gig Photographer

ESelf-taught gig photographer Joeseth Carter joins us to talk through his fast-moving career, the experience of being the one on stage nobody is looking at, and editing images from the back of a tour bus. We also talk about Sony's plan to hit the number one spot in photography and even a little aside on serial killers. (There may be a very small number of slightly naughty words in this eposide).

48 MIN2018 JUN 6
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Ep 2 - Joeseth Carter, Gig Photographer

Ep 1 - Dan M Lee, Amsterdam, Electronic Viewfinders & Fake Anteaters

For our first full episode, The Photographer Podcast - hosted by Adam Juniper & Tanya Nagar - welcomes Dan M Lee, British professional photographer working in New York. We were lucky to catch him on the way back from a travel photography job shooting King's Day in Amsterdam. We also talk electronic viewfinders, sensible social media, blagging your way into gigs, and the kerfuffle surrounding the great anteater photo fake. Follow Dan online at www.danmleephotography.com, and don't forget to follow #50mm #film fan Tanya at www.tanya-n.com and see the fruits of Adam Juniper's labours at www.ilexinstant.com.

48 MIN2018 MAY 7
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Ep 1 - Dan M Lee, Amsterdam, Electronic Viewfinders & Fake Anteaters

Ep 0 - Street Photography and Radiation

In a first episode, we talk street photography, especially that taken by Tanya herself on a recent trip to Japan. Tanya has been shooting with the "Nifty Fifty" 50mm lens on both film and digital (trust us, there will be more on the 50mm lens in future episodes).

56 MIN2018 APR 11
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Ep 0 - Street Photography and Radiation
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Latest Episodes

Tanya in India - Part 2

We promised it, and we delivered. Straight back in from the end of the previous Episode 5 – go back and listen in the podcast episode of your choice first if you haven't already – we continue hearing about Tanya's trip to India, taking in Varanasi, Bodh Gaya, and some classic street photographer's dilemas. Here are the images we discuss this time:

28 MINOCT 22
Comments
Tanya in India - Part 2

Ep 5 - Tanya in India (Part 1)

This month we swerve the tech-talk from the season of trade shows and take a look at the experience of visiting India and the street photohtaphy tips from regular co-host Tanya Nagar, author of the New Street Photographer's Manifesto.

36 MIN2018 DEC 21
Comments
Ep 5 - Tanya in India (Part 1)

Ep 4 - Drones

In our pilot, Adam interviewed Tanya about her latest work; this time the tables are turned as Tanya finds out all about Adam's latest project, the book The Complete Guide to Drones 2nd Edition. Before that, in the news we look at: 1. Whether Juergen Teller's Rihanna shoot was cultural appropriation, simple copying, or actuially fine? We're not—entirely—afraid of the big issues. We also wonder why it took so long for English-speakers to raise their eyebrows/tweet-brows. 2. Photographer Marie Hyld's intamacy project (is she subverting the Tinder-meeting culture or just getting very close to strangers very fast?) 3. How to profit from an Instagram-led Zombie Apocalypse.

39 MIN2018 AUG 24
Comments
Ep 4 - Drones

Ep 03 - Seamus Travers, Tear Gas & The CONIFA Cup

We meet street photographer Seamus Travers known for shooting everything from leaping horses of Dublin to Tear Gas and Chaos in Istanbul & Turkey. He has been interviewed on Adorama TV, been exhibited at the V&A, and now he tells Tanya and Adam all about his career. One of Traver's projects involves shooting in unrecognised countries, which is what brought him to London – where the CONIFA cup is being held for non-FIFA members.

59 MIN2018 JUL 23
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Ep 03 - Seamus Travers, Tear Gas & The CONIFA Cup

Ep 2 - Joeseth Carter, Gig Photographer

ESelf-taught gig photographer Joeseth Carter joins us to talk through his fast-moving career, the experience of being the one on stage nobody is looking at, and editing images from the back of a tour bus. We also talk about Sony's plan to hit the number one spot in photography and even a little aside on serial killers. (There may be a very small number of slightly naughty words in this eposide).

48 MIN2018 JUN 6
Comments
Ep 2 - Joeseth Carter, Gig Photographer

Ep 1 - Dan M Lee, Amsterdam, Electronic Viewfinders & Fake Anteaters

For our first full episode, The Photographer Podcast - hosted by Adam Juniper & Tanya Nagar - welcomes Dan M Lee, British professional photographer working in New York. We were lucky to catch him on the way back from a travel photography job shooting King's Day in Amsterdam. We also talk electronic viewfinders, sensible social media, blagging your way into gigs, and the kerfuffle surrounding the great anteater photo fake. Follow Dan online at www.danmleephotography.com, and don't forget to follow #50mm #film fan Tanya at www.tanya-n.com and see the fruits of Adam Juniper's labours at www.ilexinstant.com.

48 MIN2018 MAY 7
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Ep 1 - Dan M Lee, Amsterdam, Electronic Viewfinders & Fake Anteaters

Ep 0 - Street Photography and Radiation

In a first episode, we talk street photography, especially that taken by Tanya herself on a recent trip to Japan. Tanya has been shooting with the "Nifty Fifty" 50mm lens on both film and digital (trust us, there will be more on the 50mm lens in future episodes).

56 MIN2018 APR 11
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Ep 0 - Street Photography and Radiation
the END
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