This is my first CSS-journal and a very basic one.
All hints, tips and suggestions are more than welcome.
I use my bicycle quite a lot and I bike everywhere almost every day. This of course takes some time and I have began to entertain myself by listening to some podcasts on my .mp3-player.
I have discovered some excellent podcasts related to photography. Some of these podcasts are very informative, some not, and some are just fun to listen to. Here are the first ones. I will save the rest for my next journal.
Adobe @ Lightroom Betalabs.adobe.com/technologies/li…
This is an enhanced podcast and there is no plain .mp3 version so you have to listen to it on iTunes or iPod. Of course they talk about Adobe's software, but also they have some interesting interviews with professional photographers.
Digital Photogrpahy Tips From The Top Floorwww.tipsfromthetopfloor.com/
This is a more technically-oriented podcast. The host talks about some hardware and his own photography experiences. I find this quite boring, but the podcasts are quit short and informative.
Ed-Hidden.com - PhotoCastwww.edhidden.com
This is also an enhanced podcast with the pictures that he talks about shown. The host talks about his own photographic experiences, but has a bit more artistic viewpoint.
Jeff Curto's Camera Positionwww.cameraposition.com/
Almost the same kind of monologue as the PhotoCast. He has some interesting interviews once in a while.
LensWork - Photography and the Creative Processlenswork.com/
This is a very interesting show to listen to from an established photograph, Brooks Jensen. Episodes are short, but very much filled with great stories.