February 28th, 2012
Welcome to the Fotobug Everglades special with our guest host, Chris Klapheke from Outdoor Photo Gear (www.outdoorphotogear.com)! The three of us will travel from Palm Beach (Wakodahatchee and Green Cay) to the eastern Everglades and then across to the western Everglades and Big Cypress. We thank Chris for coming down and joing us and for supplying the Rolly Carts which we will be reviewing in an upcoming podcast. Come on along and let us know what you think!
Also, please consider joining us for our Costa Rica workshop starting May 5th - you can sign up and get the itinerary at www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com.
Be sure to check out Chris' Outdoor Photo Gear store at www.outdoorphotogear.com and be sure to let Chris know you saw him on the Fotobug!
Also please consider entering the Green Cay amateur photo contest - deadline is March 12th. http://www.pbcgov.com/parks/nature/green_cay_nature_center/photocontest.htm for complete details!
In our next podcast, we interview photographer Maxis Gamez who will share some photo techniques for photographing in the fog and Jim and Fred review the Beach Rolly Cart that Chris Klapheke brought with him for us to use on our Everglades trip!
February 12th, 2012
Welcome to podcast number 45 which features an interview with photographer Luka Esenko from Slovenia. Luka shares some of his wonderful images from this region as well as gives tips and suggestions for photographers. Luka's blog can be found at http://blog.lukaesenko.com/ and his main website is www.adriatic2alps.com. Check out his workshops!
In the news, Kodak announces they will no longer manufacture cameras, digital or film; two National Geographic videographers are killed in a helicopter crash in Australia; and more!
Please check out Jim's Creature's of Costa Rica photo workshop beginning May 5th (www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com) and remember Tim Vollmer also has a special workshop in Iceland at the end of May for Fotobug subscribers.
Next time, Fred, Jim and Chris Klapheke will be heading to the Everglades and taping the podcast from there. We will be featuring some new product reviews as well as good photo tips and introduction to the Everglades!
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