Lame blog post title segue alert – too late!  This week’s podcast is completed and available from the always generous hosting of the folks over at Personal Life Media, and over on iTunes, so download from your favorite option and enjoy!  Here’s the show notes:

I give a roundup review of the Scott Kelby Worldwide photowalk, along with a more detailed back story on the Canon Confession, which was outed yesterday here on the blog.

Rich Charpentier of The Airstream Chronicles also stops in for a really great interview with me – we probably could have talked for quite a while longer, but tried to keep things managable.  On our discussion we learn about his HDR work, his printing work, and his travels from within an Airstream.  He’s got some great stories including mountain lions, sock puppets, and much more.

A couple administrative notes and links from the show.

Here’s links to Rich’s website and his blog, as well as his book, The Digital RV

A couple other things we talked about included:

Arctic Butterfly sensor Cleaner

Bert Gildart’s Photography

Stuck in Customs

Also, don’t forget the OnOne Software Plugin Suite 4.5 Giveaway is coming to an end soon!  You could win this software suite, valued at $500 retail just by entering your “Numbers” themed photo (taken in July) over at the Flickr thread before July 31st.  Good luck and I expect a lot of entries will be coming soon as people reveal the fruits of their labor, and the results of their work over the month (especially given the photo walk from this last weekend)!   I could amuse you with more, but then would have nothing for tomorrow, so don’t forget to stop back in for another fun day of photography news, information and discussion.  Happy shooting everyone!

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4 thoughts on “Walk, listen, and ask…

  1. I’m really enjoying your interviews Jason…nice work and great selection of guests.

  2. We could have talked longer. 🙂 Take two chatty folks, a dash of photography, tangents, mountain lions, sensor oil, and Skype…… you’ve got the makings for heavy bandwidth usage.

    It was fun Jason, thanks for having me on. PLM and ITunes haven’t updated yet, so I’ll look forward to hearing it a little later (maybe at the gallery).

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