Morning light/cloudscape at the railway station
The end of another month. A good month though. The first Richard Flint Photography podcast was released (or escaped if you like) yesterday. This first 'show' takes a look at what i want to do with the podcasts and how i got into photography - i thought that a bit of background about me might be a good start. Fear not though, that was just the introduction. From May, the audio podcast will feature it's usual mix of news, comment and chaos. Work on the April video podcast starts soon and will delve into my work on the movie 'Christian'.
With the start of the podcasts this month, i have decided to move the photographer profile series, which is about to start again on the blog, to a new slot in the first week of the month . The last series was released at the end of the month, but due to the podcast taking that position, it's a bit much to do both. So look out for the first of this series of profile posts coming up in the next week or so. We'll be starting with a brilliant portrait photographer.
Finally... i leave you with a link. A post or two ago, i mentioned the Associated Press photographer David Guttenfelder who had used his iPhone to photograph the U.S Marines in Afghanistan. Well another photographer, Todd Heisler of The New York Times, decided to photograph Moscow using his iPhone and the shakeitphoto 'Polaroid' app too. A great gallery of Moscow images, and an article where Heisler discusses why he used the iPhone to take his pictures, can be found HERE.