Scott and his trusty assistant, Brad, discuss their experience at WPPI and How the Photo Industry is Changing. They discuss old school vs. new school and how instructors teach "their" own style of techniques. Everybody is right!
Scott and Matt are joined by portrait photographer Peter Hurley. The hosts go through a series of viewer-submitted photos and offer their opinions on what works and doesn't work in the photos and ideas for making them better.
Scott and Matt discuss a topic that photographers are sure to have an opinion on, one way or the other - Should photographers be licensed to practice as professionals?
Scott is joined in the studio by Joe McNally. Scott gets Joe to talk about what it means to take a really great photo that tells a story about the subject. There are plenty of photos out there that are good technically, but still fail to resonate with the viewer. This episode offers insights into what it takes to make an image that really connects the subject with the viewer.
Scott and Matt look back over past last year and offer a state of the union for photography. They discuss the emotional state of photographers, the state of technology in photography, where the industry is today, and where they believe it is going in the future.