No Name Photo Show
Brian Matiash and Mike "Sharky" James bring you a fun, pithy, entertaining podcast covering the intersection of photography and technology in a way that only they can. Brian is a professional photographer and published author, as well as a brand ambassador to several top photo and technology companies. Sharky is a former photojournalist and is the host of one of the most-listened-to photography podcasts, the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.

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April showers bring May flowers, which also brings about the start of wedding season. Going with this theme of nuptials, Sharky and Brian have some stories that bring up interesting questions. The first story kicks off with a heaping dose of click-bait titling but makes some worthwhile points as you read through. Is wedding photography dead? Can anyone these days hope to make a living as a photographer? The second story deals with gear and can be a bit contentious. Brian and Sharky discuss one photographer's point of view of hating the 24-70mm lens for wedding photography. Are primes the way to go? Listen up to find out and be sure to check out our latest "What's on Your Gear Shelf?" installment.

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Show Notes

• Wedding photography is dead [via DIYPhotography]

• A Rant On Why One Photographer Hates The 24-70 For Wedding Photography [via SLR Lounge]


What's On Your Gear Shelf?

Sharky: TetherTools Jerkstopper [via Amazon]

Brian: DJI Ronin M 3-Axis Gimbal [via Amazon]

2018-05-15 21:58:04 UTC

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