Podcast Links 2013

No Podcast for December/January


The October/November 2013 Podcast 

Closing Time at Willets Point – Photographs of the disappearing auto repair yards and junk yards HERE

Josef Koudelka: Formed by the World. A rare interview with the photographer Part One |  Part Two

Jimmy Nelson’s Portraits of the Authentics: Photographing Ancient Cultures Before They Pass Away HERE

Time Lightbox’s excellent bi-monthly collection of photojournalism links called Photojournalismlinks HERE

Tracking Down Lewis Hine’s Forgotten Child Laborers HERE

The recommended photography links mentioned in the podcast can be found, along with many more, on the weblinks page at www.richardflintphoto.com/weblinks

More links can be found via the Richard Flint Photography Twitter and Facebook pages


The August September 2013 Podcast 

The August/September podcast sees Richard leave the studio and travel up to Scotland, first staying on the Isle of Skye where the podcast starts with a fabulous cliff top walk, an error with the name of the location (it’s Cul-nac-noc)… and lots of midges!

Later the podcast moves down to the Highlands, but returns to Skye with a rather windy walk across the very busy road bridge to Skye… and a discussion about the problems with not having the right camera bag with you!

This podcast was recorded using an iPhone in Scotland over a two week period in mid September 2013.



The June/July 2013 Podcast Links

Childhood, bargemen, smells & sounds on the banks of the Odra River inspire Mikolaj Nowacki’s photography HERE

Riding the Surf with Lucia Griggi – HERE

Bill Brandt’s Negative Beginnings – HERE

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON:Eriberto Oriol and his son, Estevan Oriol and their photography around Los Angeles.   HERE

VIDEO: War Photographers: Michael Kamber and Louie Palu on Iraq and Afghanistan HERE


The Royal Observatory Greenwich has announced the shortlist for the 2013 Astronomy Photographer of the Yeart  HERE

Moyra Peralta’s Street Portraits HERE

Royal Navy photographer of the year 2013  HERE

Joseph Rodriguez, photographing a close-up view of gangs & the police who try to tame them in LA HERE



The April/May 2013 Podcast Links

The brilliant Guardian multimedia website telling the story of the Holmes family seeking refuge from a violent firestorm in Tasmania- HERE

Mike Campau ‘motion in air’ series using digital manipulation to create fabulous portraits HERE

NOOR photographer Stanley Greene’s ‘On the frontline in Aleppo’  HERE

Finland in World War II. A massive archive of images from the Finnish Defence Force HERE

One tree, one year, one photographer. Mark Hirsch’s remarkable project photographing a tree with an iPhone HERE  The Gallery is HERE


2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest  HERE

Andrea Gjestvang’s powerfil portraits of suvivors of the July 2011 massacre at Utoya, Norway. HERE

Self-taught photographer Martin Stranka uses a bit of Photoshop magic to create totally surreal portraits HERE

Excellent series of images on The Atlantic’s In Focus photoblog covering the Syrian civil war HERE


The February/March 2013 Podcast Links

The new Jessops website – www.jessops.com

In the Beginnings: Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis HERE

The Atlantic In Focus: Iraq War’s 10th Anniversary: After the War HERE

Amos Chapple is a travel photographer who made the following pictures over the course of three visits to the Islamic Republic of Iran HERE

Michael Falco’s excellent American Civil War 150 Pinhole Project HERE


Detained, Deported and Determined: John Moore’s photographs of illegal immigrants who are about to be deported for the USA  HERE

In 2010, photographer Charles Fréger began to photograph the few small farming communities, in mountainous areas in Europe, that still follow the customs that for the most part were precursors to Christmas, New Year’s and Easter. He found that many dressed like animals. HERE

Photographer Göran Strand used 2464 raw images taken with his all-sky camera to create this gorgeous time-lapse video. HERE

America’s Long Withdrawal from Afghanistan: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev HERE

Gordon Parks’s Harlem Family Revisited HERE


The December/January 2013 Podcast Links

Corey Arnold’s photographs of fishermen and a life at sea HERE

Lyndsay Addario’s photo essay about female US Marines serving in Afghanistan HERE

The groundbreaking photo story of wounded WWII US soldier George Lott photographed by Ralph Morse HERE

Richard Barnes Wet Plate process photography of contemporary US Civil War re-enactments  HERE

NOTE: Check out last month’s links for a couple of great Wet Plate Process photography videos


Magnum photographer Elliott Erwitt on photographing The Misfits  HERE

Using his close affiliation with the Korean gang scene, Yang Seung-woo captures an underground world few ever see HERE

“Opposing Superpowers, Same Terror.” Justin Barton’s Detailed Photos of Cold War Missile Sites HERE

The Big Picture: Dakar Rally 2013 HERE

Maha Kumbh Mela: millions make a pilgrimage to the Ganges HERE