The Podcast


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Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography podcast features photography news, photography projects, website and podcast links, and much more. Bonus podcasts are also usually recorded each year.

The Richard Flint Photography podcast page, containing a recent archive of recordings, can be found at :- https://www.richardflintphoto.com/podcast

This joint Richard Flint Photography/Darker skies audio podcast covers a broad range of photography related topics and issues that have taken place over the previous weeks.

The podcasts mention photography websites, multimedia and video. Rather than read out the link addresses, many of which are incredibly complex and long, I will place the links on this podcast page so that the digital content mentioned can be easily found and viewed.

The Podcast’s raw RSS feed can be found at: https://richardflintphotography.jellycast.com

For the Podcast’s more user-friendly Feedburner feed go to https://feeds.feedburner.com/TheRichardFlintPhotographyPodcast

More great photography weblinks are added to my Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/richflintphoto

The podcast can also be found in the Apple iTunes store HERE

——————RECENT PODCAST LINKS——————

The August 2021 Podcast 

Scenes From the 2020 Olympics held in Tokyo HERE

America’s longest war: 20 years of missteps in Afghanistan HERE

The iconic photo from the evacuation from Kabul airport. Over 600 Afghans cram into U.S. cargo plane in desperate flight from Kabul. HERE

BONUS

These links were mentioned in the June/July podcast but I’ll mention them again as Danish’s photography speaks for itself.

Afghan commandos battle Taliban insurgents. Photos by REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui HERE

Reuters journalist Danish Siddiqui killed covering clash between Afghan forces, Taliban HERE

Reuters photographer Danish Siddiqui captured the people behind the story. HERE


Bonus Podcast III: Sea, Sky, Sand and Street – Final Mooring

Final Mooring – Brancaster Staithe
A lovely day at the beachBrancaster Beach
Crabbers on the Harbour at Wells-next-the-Sea

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the book release of Sea, Sky, Sand and Street, three bonus podcasts will be released looking at six of my favourite images from the iPhone photography project.

The third and final podcast talks about the images ‘final mooring – Brancaster Staithe‘ and ‘Brancaster Beach‘ and ‘Crabbers at Wells next the Sea‘. All the images can be seen above.

More details about Sea, Sky, Sand and street can be found at

https://www.richardflintphoto.com/featured-photography-sea-sky-sand-street/

The Norfolk Project mentioned in the podcast can be found at

https://www.richardflintphoto.com/portfolio/norfolk-project/

Caught by the Tide, another photography book mentioned in the podcast can be found at https://www.richardflintphoto.com/photobooks/caught-by-the-tide/

The Sea, Sky, Sand and Street photobook can be purchased at

https://www.blurb.co.uk/b/2432334-sea-sky-sand-and-street


Bonus Podcast II: Sea, Sky, Sand and Street – Fishing boat at Sheringham

Fishing boat at Sheringham
Abandoned Bicycle – Burham Overy Staithe

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the book release of Sea, Sky, Sand and Street, three bonus podcasts will be released looking at six of my favourite images from the iPhone photography project.

The second podcast talks about the images ‘fishing boat at Sheringham‘ and ‘Abandoned Bicycle at Burnham Overy Staithe‘ seen above.


Bonus Podcast: Sea, Sky, Sand and Street – Mother and Son

Mother and Son

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the book release of Sea, Sky, Sand and Street, three bonus podcasts will be released looking at six of my favourite images from the iPhone photography project.

The first podcast talks about the image ‘Mother and Son‘ seen above.


The June/July 2021 Podcast 

Afghan commandos battle Taliban insurgents. Photos by REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui HERE

Reuters journalist Danish Siddiqui killed covering clash between Afghan forces, Taliban HERE

Reuters photographer Danish Siddiqui captured the people behind the story. HERE

Scenes From the 2021 Tour de France HERE

Scenes From California’s Sugar Fire HERE

A fast-moving forest fire that began after three days of record-breaking temperatures has destroyed most of the small western Canadian town of Lytton, British Columbia. HERE


The April/May 2021 Podcast 

No photography links mentioned in this podcast.


The February/March 2021 Podcast 

British photographer Daniel Freeman travelled more than 25,000 miles (40,000km) across the US to capture scenes of small towns lit only by streetlights, shop fronts and moonlight. HERE

Behind The Image: An English Sunny Afternoon
Ian Berry tells the story behind one of his most well-loved shots from his series exploring English life HERE

An interest in Tsarist Russia eventually led Roger George Clark to visit Kronstadt, the island fortress and base of the Russian Baltic Fleet back in September 1990. HERE

The Memory Hunters. Reuniting and repairing the family photography swept away during the 2011 Tsunami in Japan. HERE

BONUS LINK

Peter Dench’s photography HERE


The January 2021 Podcast 

Michael Bennett looks back on his seaside photographs, buried away and forgotten for nearly 40 years, that caused a stir before their first exhibition. North Wales seaside photos resurface after 40 years HERE

Grace Robertson, who has died aged 90, documented everyday life for Picture Post at a time when photojournalism was dominated by men. Her pioneering work captured a nation at work, at play – and in the delivery room HERE

Winners of the 2021 Underwater Photographer of the Year Contest HERE


Bonus January Podcast – Chris Killip

The photographer Chris Killip died in October 2020 at the age of 74. His ground-breaking photography book ‘In Flagrante’, published in 1988, documented the deindustrialisation of the north east of England. Using landscapes and portraits shot using a large format 4×5 camera, the images show the cost of the deindustrialisation process on the landscape and people.

The photography became an icon of British documentary photography that has remained highly influential to photographers.

In the podcast I mention about not seeing anything from the BBC News. Sadly I did find a post tucked away in the Isle of Man local news section of the website that barely mentioned his In Flagrante work. HERE

Chris Killip, hard-hitting photographer of Britain’s working class, dies aged 74 HERE

The Tate Gallery| Chris Killip HERE

British photographer Chris Killip remembered after battle with cancer HERE

Now Then: Chris Killip and the Making of In Flagrante HERE


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