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TTIM 98 – Scott Wyden Kivowitz and WordPress for Travel Photographers

+Scott Wyden Kivowitz is the Chief Community Officer at Imagely, a blogger, photographer, father, and educator. Scott is also the author of many eBooks on the topics of long exposures, street photography and panoramic photography. Scott is commonly offering cake smash sessions, family portraits and headshots for his clients, but enjoys traveling and capturing the beauty of the world with his camera.
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TTIM 97 – Griffin Stewart and The 5 Day Deal

Every year, +5DayDeal gives photographers the possibility of acquiring a fantastic bundle of educational videos, books, and other resources at a deeply discounted price. 10% of all sales are then distributed to various charities and the program is so successful that they have already contributed $1.1M to those in need.

We wanted to talk about this with Griffin Stewart, the founder of 5DayDeal.com. Griffin is also an award winning landscape & travel photographer who has worked with the BBC and has been featured by National Geographic and published by Ripley’s Publishing UK, The Royal Air Cadets and more. He has visited more than 60 countries.
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TTIM 96 – Peter DeMarco in Asia

We had a great conversation about travel and photography this week with our guest, +Pete DeMarco.

Pete is an award-winning travel photographer. His passion for helping people transform their photography shows through in the expert advice he shares. His work has been featured in National Geographic Traveler, CNN, and Digital Photography School amongst others.

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TTIM 95 – Marc Silber, Advancing Your Photography

Our guest for this week’s episode of the podcast is +Marc Silber. Marc recently released a new book that is aimed at beginning and aspiring photographers who want to learn tips and techniques for digital photography, in order to improve their skills and enter the “circle of photography”. You will have to listen to the interview to know what Marc means by that.
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On this week’s episode of the podcast, +Ralph Velasco interviews Tom Curley and they talk about a country they both know very well: Vietnam. If you are curious about a country that is quickly opening up to worldwide tourism, but remains a mystery to many, their conversation will answer many of your questions.
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TTIM 93 – Winners of the July 2017 Photo Contest

As you might know, we are doing a monthly photo contest on our Facebook group, The Traveling Image Makers’ Corner. We invite the group members to submit one of their best photographs and, at the end of the month, we pick two winners and invite them to come on the show and tell us about their winning images and their photography.

The winners for the month of July, +Tiff Gilleland and Dyan and + submitted photos of Sydney and Beijing, respectively. We thought those two stood above the rest, but it was a tough choice, since we got so many amazing submissions. Tiff gave us some good tips for shooting like displays, like the ones of the Vivid festival of Sydney, while Dyan revealed her secrets for getting a shot of the Forbidden City with no tourists in sight.
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TTIM 92 – Valérie Jardin and Tips for Street Photography

This week’s episode sees the return of one of our best friends and one of the first guests we had, back in Episode 8, +Valerie Jardin.
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TTIM 91 – Dan Briški in Slovenia

Our guest for this episode of the podcast is Dan Briški​, who spoke with +Ralph Velasco about his home country, beautiful Slovenia.

Dan is an expert outdoor photographer. He specialized for mountain- landscape photography in the Alps and spends most of his time in the wilderness searching for the right location and waiting for the perfect light. Although the Alps are his favorite photographic subject and he mainly shoots mountaineering, climbing and other outdoor activities in the mountains, he takes portraits and works on various commercial assignments as well.
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TTIM 90 – Anna Gunn and the Porto Photo Fest

This week +Ralph Velasco sat down for a chat with British-born and expat-to-Portugal photographer Anna Gunn.

Tired of the constant cold and the rain, Anna packed all her stuff and moved to a nicer climate, settling down in Maia, Portugal, in 2009.Since then her journey has taken her on a path to creating the very first Porto Photo Fest due to launch in September 2017.

The Porto Photo Fest is an event where people can learn more than what’s already available online – content that you can’t get anywhere else. This festival will give you the unique opportunity to go deeper into the creative process with a group of talented and accomplished professionals.
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TTIM 89 – Rick Sammon, the Stephen King of Photography

This week we have a returning guest on the show, Canon explorer of light, +Rick Sammon, a man on a mission to make digital photography fun, creative, exciting and rewarding for others, often called the Godfather of Photography. Since he’s such a prolific author, we also like to call him the Stephen King of Photography.

Of course, we talked with Rick about books, including his latest, good and bad workshop behavior, horror stories about gear breaking down at the most unexpected times, music, vacations, creativity, virtual workshops, Botswana, and too many other topics to mention here.

We are sure you will love listening to Rick and discovering his sense of humor.
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