January 31st, 2011
Welcome to the Fotobug podcast number 18! Our special guest for this podcast is Glenn Bartley from Victoria, Canada. Glenn discusses his wonderful avian photographs as well as his workshops to Ecuador, Vancouver, Costa Rica and Churchill! Check out Glenn's portfolio, blog and newsletter at:
Glenn is our first international interview - with more to come! Glenn shares some of his wonderful images as well as discussing his photography in this episode.
Upcoming OPW workshops (www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com), Into the Everglades March 25, 26, 27 2010 - only a few spots remain open. Mongolia - sold out, taking standbys only. Costa Rica Coast to Coast March 2012 (exact dates TBD). Peru Amazon late June early July 2012 (exact dates TBD). Please contact us or go to OPW for more information, pricing, etc., and possibly Iceland in May 2012 -dates TBD.
The St. Augustine Birding and Photofest http://floridasbirdingandphotofest.com/ is coming up April 27 - May 1 featuring keynote speaker, Art Morris. Also, our friends Tim Grey and Maxis Gamez will be conducting workshops.
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Coming up next - David Hemmings!
January 16th, 2011
The first Fotobug podcast of 2011 features a special guest, macro photographer, Mike Moats. In addition to the latest news from CES, Jim and Fred present a 2010 Fotobug year in review featuring many of the outstanding photographers who have appeared on the show including Trey Ratcliff, Clyde Butcher, Tim Grey, Rick Sammon, Richard Clabaugh, Doug Gardner, David Ragin, Jeff Donald, Al and Fabiola Forns, Andy and Mikey, Chris Klapheke, RJ Wiley, James Shadle, Jason Hahn and many others. Thanks to all the great guest and for all the viewers who have subscribed to our podcast. We plan to continue to bring you great guests, topics and photographic training.
Our guest, Mike Moats, is a well-known macro photographer who conducts workshops around the country, has written a number of books on macro photography and writes a recommended blog for the business side of photography, and maintains a forum for macro photographers:
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Coming up next time - nature photographer Glenn Bartley!
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January 2nd, 2011
Welcome to the final podcast of 2010 featuring an interview with Al and Fabiola Forns located in SE Florida. Al and Fabs show off some of their recent photographs and travels to New Brunswick photographing puffins and northern gannets. Please check out their website at www.avianscapes.com and their blog at www.casaforns.wordpress.com.
We wish each and every one of you a very successful and happy new year and thank you for subscribing and listening to our podcast. We have more plans for additional interviews and training for 2011, so please stay tuned! We also would like your input and feedback - please feel free to send us questions and let us know what you would like for us to cover. You may email me at email@example.com or better yet, come out and visit our Facebook Fan page!
I apologize to Mike Moats that we ran out of time, but his interview will be in our next podcast - the first of 2011! You are going to be amazed by his macro photos!
Thank you to all the wonderful photographers and friends who helped us and for everyone who took time to view our podcast! More to come and we look forward to 2011 and our first podcast of the year will feature a retrospective view of 2010. Also, first views of the Fotobug aerial photography tricopter!
I will also be publishing the results of our HDR shootout on the Fotobug Facebook Fan page!
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