For those of you that might not like to realize this, photography is and ever-learning process. Technology,concepts,accessories and processes are always adapting to time. And most of us are “geared” to at least attempt to stay current with the changes of the industry. But no matter how current you are, to be an efficient, organized and respected photographer, there are fundamentals and concepts that must be mastered, as well as the “tricks of the trade”. In steps… the Canon Blogger.
Jason Anderson (the Canon Blogger) is a photographer, a blogger and a podcaster who runs a weekly audio show called Learning Digital Photography. Although one might suspect that given his alias, his universe his centered around Canon news, events and shooters. As a Nikon shooter myself, let me tell you that that can’t be farther from the truth. His episodes contain a wealth of information for ALL levels of photographers, whether you’re a Canonite or Nikonian, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Panasonic..( the list goes on and on) shooter, he’ll have something or someone in his show for you. And if that isn’t enough for you, he also runs a Flickr group with monthly contests and an awesome prize each and every month.
I had the pleasure of checking out his newest eBook titled “49 Tips – The Sequel” . It’s a combination of tips,tricks and ideas that can assist any photographer in a given situation. It’s clearly structured with a tip subject, followed by a description for the tip and best of all, gives a PHOTO EXAMPLE for each and every tip in the book.
For those of you that are interested, the eBook comes in at a low price of $4.99 (US) and is available on his website at CanonBlogger.com/ebooks . If you do download it, be sure to go back and write a testimonial!
The other day, I received an email from a good friend and all it says is “I’m not sure what it’s like but I’m passing it on… 🙂 ”
So I scroll down and I see a huge Henry’s ad and I’m thinking why the hell is she sending me this ad, she knows I’m dedicated to Henry’s for all my photography needs, so I scroll back up to see if I missed something in her message.
And then I saw it…
Really? A podcast not only for photographers, but a Canadian one at that? I couldn’t believe my eyes. I’ve got to download this! So I head over to the PRN Site (Perpetual Radio Network) and noticed that it goes one step better…they’re on iTunes!
Full Frame is a weekly podcast which takes a look at the industries news, technology and products. The other awesome side to this podcast is what they call the “social portion” of the show. And this is where they delve into current events in and around Toronto and the GTA (something that is extremely hard to find it seems) as well as any personal projects or experiences, past/present and future. Currently, they have six episodes under their belt and I would strongly encourage everyone to give them a listen! You can subcribe to them via iTunes or listen directly on the site. The show is broadcast live Tuesdays at 7pm EST here (video support coming soon).
Support Full Frame by joining one or all of the various web presences made available to you by the hosts of the show! (Click on the icons to be directed and your back button so you can click on the next one, or click on the text to open a new window.)
Hosts for Full Frame
- Nile Livesey – @scolirk on Twitter
- Mark Shannon – @refemall on twitter
- Chris Luckhardt – @motionblur on Twitter
- Ren Bostelaaar – @renbostelaar on Twitter