Last week we had the pleasure of visiting with Nicolesy on the show, and this week another Canonite graces us with his presence.  It’s none other than Rick Sammon! We had a great conversation that touched on quite a few things including learning and teaching strategies for seminars and workshops, different stages of learning, and even broached underwater photography.  I also got the scoop on his latest developments including his iPhone app, a new book that is forthcoming, and much more!  All that on Episode #42 of LDP!  Here’s the notes!

Learning Digital Photography – Episode #42:  Seminars and Workshops

  1. News
  2. Conversation with Rick Sammon
    • Seminars and workshops
    • Learning styles
    • iPhone App
    • New Book
  3. Listener Questions and Answers
    • Go long or go shallow?
    • Best zoom lens under $1000
  4. Rick’s Contact Info

Be sure to either grab the podcast from the host feed over at PLM or over on iTunes.  Remember to share your thoughts and feedback at either place or here on the blog…your feedback and thoughts are what keeps the content coming through the pipes!  In the meantime, keep on shooting and don’t forget to tune back in tomorrow for my wrap-up of the weekend sunrise photo shoot!  Happy shooting all!

5 thoughts on “The Canons Keep Coming!

  1. Great podcast with Nicolesy! I just started listening to your podcast and I think it’s superb. I am new to the world of digital photography (I use a Canon Rebel XS) and I am learning lots because of your blog and podcast. The Rick Sammon segment was excellent. Very useful tips.


  2. Not sure if it’s just me, but you have a ‘follow me’ twitter option on the side bar that moves with the page and blocks out the first couple of characters of text on each line as it moves. There isn’t an option to close it. Pretty annoying.

  3. Can you please remove that awful, horrible birdy and follow me tag from the left side of my screen. It interferes heavily with my reading the start of each sentence in the middle of my screen.

    1. Didn’t realize it was interfering with the post reading – I’ve since moved it to a more appropriate location by the rest of the social media outlets. Thanks for catching that! 🙂

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