DPE Podcast 08.01.14 – Juan is back from his trip and we have two interviews with Patricia Davidson and Mike Pach

August 1, 2014


In this episode of the podcast, Juan returns from his 5 week road trip out west and Rick conducts two interviews, the first one with Patricia Davidson and then with Mike Pach.

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This is Episode number 107 of the Digital Photo Experience Podcast with Rick Sammon & Juan Pons.

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Juan is a wildlife photographer who currently lives in Maine. Juan lives and breathes photography and travels around the country making images, teaching and leading photo workshops. Juan’s favorite destination is Yellowstone in winter.

You can follow Juan on twitter at http://twitter.com/jpons

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6 Responses to “DPE Podcast 08.01.14 – Juan is back from his trip and we have two interviews with Patricia Davidson and Mike Pach”

  1. Mike Pach Says:

    Juan … I cannot get the podcast to play in either IE or Chrome.


    • Juan Pons Says:


      I am able to listen to it on chrome without issue, I can’t test IE because I don’t have a PC. The file is just a simple mp3 file, and the player that is used on the website to play the file is the most popular flash mp3 player around. You can always click on the mp3 link to download the file.

      Take care,



  2. Patricia Davidson Says:

    Rick & Juan, Thank you for having me on your show! I always enjoy the podcasts and am honored to be on.

    ~ Patricia


  3. David Malin Says:

    I listened to your last podcast about security on Wifi. Turning on your firewall is not even close to enough security. I love to listen to Security Now with Steve Gibson and he is the security Guru. Every year at the Blackhat conference they are always exposing vulnerabilities in open wifi. And a good hacker will get into your system. I don’t want to make you paranoid, but open wifi is usually an issue. What you should use in any open wifi, is a VPN service. I personally use a service like ProXPN. Keep up the good work. I want to hear more about your Airstream. I plan on purchasing one in a few years once I retire.


    • Juan Pons Says:


      it all depends on your tolerance for security, maintaining software and keeping up with security issues. For most people using Macs, turning on the firewall is pretty good security. This is how I have been operating for over 10 years and keep in mind that I travel a lot, and have been perfectly safe. I, of course, use common sense as well. On the PC side of things, you most definitely need to have more security, but since I have not used PCs in more than 10 years I feel I am not qualified to give much advice there.

      Thanks for stopping by and take care,




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