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Antonio M. Rosario
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Professional Still Photographer and Professional New Yorker
Professional Still Photographer and Professional New Yorker

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Had a great time with Sid and Mac on their Shutter Time podcast this week. Great show.
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+Tom Martinez and I talk about portfolio reviews on our latest #podcast.
Every photographer knows the feeling of being subsumed in a tsunami of images, though truth be told we mostly see those last few hundred images we’ve taken when we glance at our photo library. In this 25th episode, the Switch to Manual Guys talk about the value of having your work reviewed by a fresh set of eyes in what’s known as a “portfolio review.” While having someone criticize (or “critique”) your work can sometimes be difficult to sit through, the experience enables the photographer to step back from his or her images to see larger patterns and possible paths toward greater creativity. The ultimate goal of a portfolio review is the creation of a body of work which the photographer can proudly stand behind.

http://switchtomanual.com/2015/07/street-shots-ep-25-the-ten-thousand-foot-view/
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Street Shots Ep.24 is available for download now. This week +Tom Martinez and I interview photographer and friend +Jean Miele. Really great episode this week.
In this 24th episode, +Jean Miele draws on the language of alchemy (the ancient art of transforming lead into gold) to give expression to his holistic and deeply subjective creative process. Jean and Antonio met as photo editors in the 80’s and share a vast knowledge of traditional film photography. Today Jean’s best known for his creative documentation of industrial settings and his composite landscapes which, like his beloved alchemy, transform the ordinary into pure gold. Deriving meaning and telling stories through images, Miele’s ever-evolving creative edge keeps him returning to those “thin places” where the veil separating the ordinary from the extraordinary offers itself to the camera. He likens his “fictional photography” to the work of a novelist, reminding us that all great art helps us see deeper into the mystery. Miele’s work does that and more, playfully challenging and inspiring photographers at every level, including the Switch to Manual Guys!
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This was a great discussion. Just Bart and me.
Let's Talk Photo 21 "photographing people ctd." with myself and +Antonio M. Rosario is out: http://lets-talk.ie/ltp21

This is a continuation of a discussion on photographing people started in the previous episode. In this instalment we discuss portraits of all forms, from environmental to traditional, with a particular focus on photographing relatives at family events.

Reminder - you can submit questions for future Q & A shows at http://lets-talk.ie/photoq.

Please consider supporting the show on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/ltpod

Listen and subscribe at http://lets-talk.ie/ltp21
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Not sure how dumb this question is but...

I'm trying to find a decent webcam for my early-2009 Mac Pro. Something with decent resolution that'll record in HD, or a at least higher than SD, with a 16:9 format. Any thoughts?

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+Tom Martinez and I talk about doing the opposite on this episode of Street Shots
+Tom Martinez and +Antonio M. Rosario have been inspired by George Costanza from Seinfeld:

Ready to take your photography to a new level but feeling as if you’re stuck in a rut, doing the same thing all the time out of habit? Try doing the opposite. In this episode (inspired by a Seinfeld episode), the Switch to Manual Guys talk about the power of doing precisely what you never do, opening up new creative vistas through playful experimentation. You may not permanently switch from landscape to portraits or black and white to color, but doing try it for a day and experience the creative power unleashed simply by doing the opposite of what you typically do. And don’t forget to order the chicken salad on rye with a cup of tea!
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Our Switch to Manual podcast is up. Episode 20, "Photograph it in Style" +Tom Martinez and I talk about photographic style. Tune in!
Street Shots episode 20 is up. This week +Tom Martinez and +Antonio M. Rosario are talking about photographic style.
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Latest Street Shot podcast episode is up. +Tom Martinez and I discuss the editing process.
Episode 18 of Street Shots is now available to download. This week, +Tom Martinez and +Antonio M. Rosario talk about editing. How do they choose that one picture from the many? Tune in and here about their process.
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+Tom Martinez and I have uploaded the second half of our Street a Shots podcast interview with Hamburg-based street photographer, +Marco Larousse
Hey. Part 2 of our interview with +Marco Larousse is available to download now. Marco is a Hamburg-based street photographer and in this episode of a Street Shots, we delve into some of his images and talk about some of the issues of being a street photographer in Germany.
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