DPE Podcast 10.01.15 – We hear what you have to say about making good images and internet famous photographers

October 5, 2015

Podcast

[Note from Juan: Our deepest apologies for getting this podcast out so late. I edit and post the podcast and this past week I was running a workshop and just did not have the time to edit and post the podcast, but here it is finally. Hope you enjoy it!]

We received so much and such great feedback from you on our previous podcast about making good images and internet famous photographers that we just had to share it with you guys. We are so proud of our audience, you gave such insightful comments that we felt we had to share it all. It is very gratifying to hear only but constructive comments from you all instead of the inflammatory comments you would normally see online when talking about a controversial subject like this one.

We are so grateful to you, our listeners. We undoubtedly have the best audience on the photography podcast community.

Keep sending in those questions! We both love answering them.

No question is too basic or too advanced, so if you have questions you would like answered, please send them on in and we’ll get to it pretty soon. You can send your questions via email to email hidden; JavaScript is required or click on the “Contact us” button on the top of the http://dpexperience.com website.

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This is Episode number 135 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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One Response to “DPE Podcast 10.01.15 – We hear what you have to say about making good images and internet famous photographers”

  1. Dave Says:

    Great podcast, but one thing I disagreed with was the idea that “all art is completely subjective.” It kind of clashes with the previous podcast. How can we say there are lots of internet famous photographers who produce mediocre work, then say nothing is mediocre, it’s all subjective?

    In my opinion, it isn’t all subjective, but rather partly objective, partly subjective.

    The objective part is why we can have established greats of philosophy, art, music, and literature. These don’t change on the whim of every generation. The Louvre isn’t competely cleaned out and replaced with gift shop knick knacks; all the books in libraries aren’t burned and comic books put in their place. The excellence of some things is consistently recognized.

    The subjective part is why someone might personally like or dislike a specific work of art. Street photography leaves me completely uninterested, for example, but that’s a different thing from whether a specific street photo is excellent or not.

    Hope I’m making sense here. Love the show and looking forward to the next one!

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