The Martin Bailey Photography Podcast (Enhanced)

by Martin Bailey (podcast_admin@martinbaileyphotography.com) · · · · 11 subscribers

Listen to how I make my photos with explanations of techniques used and other relevant information. You can see the photos under discussion in iTunes or on the MBP Web site. I'll also be talking about technical subjects and gear, as well as the philosophical side of photography.

In this episode, I share some services and application that I'm now using for conferencing and scheduling and some fun I'm having using a green screen.
It's time for me to move away from most of Adobe's Creative Cloud suite, and today I explain my reasoning and share which applications I'm moving to.
In this episode, I pitch the Canon RF 24-105mm f/4 lens against the EF 24-105mm f/4 Mark II lens via the Control Ring Mount Adapter on my EOS R.
Create with Marc Silber July 30, 2019
An inspiring conversation with photographer Marc Silber about his new book, Create - Tools from Seriously Talented People to Unleash Your Create Life.
In this episode, we conclude the 2019 Complete Namibia Tour & Workshop travelogue series, as we head into the Etosha National Park for a final four days of magical wildlife.
This week we continue our journey around Namibia as we head north to Walvis Bay then on to the wonderful Himba people near Sesfontein further north still.
In this episode, we continue our travelogue series covering my 2019 Complete Namibia Tour & Workshop, as we leave the deserted diamond mine town of Kolmanskop, for another deserted mine at Elizabeth Bay.
In this episode we start a series of travelogues to walk you through my recent epic Complete Namibia Tour & Workshop, starting with the Quiver Tree Forest and Kolmanskop.
This week, I report on the MindShift Gear PhotoCross 15 Backpack, a new bag from ThinkTank Photo that I used on my recent trip to Namibia.
This week I share a chat with my friend Don Komarechka about his awesome macro work and his upcoming crowd-funded book Macro Photography: The Universe at Our Feet.
Following on from the previous episode about creating a portfolio, in this article I share my process for sequencing the images in a portfolio.
In this episode, I share my process for creating a new photography portfolio for a specific genre, in this case, my new Wildlife of Japan portfolio.
Today I provide clear evidence of the benefits to increasing your ISO to reduce grain. Sounds crazy, I know, but after this post you’ll believe me.
When I switched from the Canon EOS 5Ds R to the EOS R, I was concerned that I might not be able to print big, so I did some tests, and the results blew me away.
In this episode, we take a look at an amazing new brand of memory cards and card readers from ProGrade Digital. I've been very impressed with them, and I'm sure you will be too!
In this episode, I share a video that I created a few months ago to walk you through the new features of Phase One's Capture One Pro, my raw imaging software of choice.
In this episode, I bring you a chat between two old friends. I sat down with Ibarionex Perello, with no manuscript, and no overall objective, and we just talked, for an hour.
In this conversation, ex-Royal Navy photographer Jeff Brown talks about how Photographers can make the most of the LinkedIn platform.
We conclude my 2019 Japan Winter Wildlife Tour travelogues with the clumsily beautiful Whooper Swans, the majestic Sea Eagles, and Northern Red Fox.
In this episode, we start to walk through the second of my two Japan Winter Wildlife Tours for 2019, kicking off with the Snow Monkeys, then move on to the Red-Crowned Cranes in Hokkaido.