Feb 07

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Glenn RugaGlenn Ruga, Photographer, Graphic Designer, Activist & Founder, SocialDocumentary.net joins Host Scott Sheppard to explain his background and passion for using photography to promote global awareness of issues. Finding a lack of a centralized location where people could go
to find this type of work, Glenn decided to create a website which allows photographers to showcase their image journals and provide a platform where students, researchers, or reporters can go to see these photos.

Glenn explains that photographers often participate in these critical issues either while on assignment or simply because they are passionate about the cause and topic as seen in this photograph by, Daro Sulakuri. Glenn discusses the types of exhibitions included on SocialDocumentary.net many of which are short collections done by both amateur and professional photographers. Although many social documentary photographers have and maintain their own websites, Glenn encourages them to post a few images of their story with description and links to help increase awareness of their work and their chosen issues.

Glenn and Scott also discuss some tips on how to begin creating a photo-documentary journal and details on how to submit images to the site, submitting exhibits are free but there is a small annual fee to maintain your story. Glenn emphasizes it’s important to build a relationship with their subjects and consider the background and overall story behind the images they want to capture demonstrated in this image by Deb Marcano.

To find out more, or submit your own work visit: http://socialdocumentary.net/ Glenn also runs a design firm dedicated to helping non-profit organizations, visit: http://www.vizcom.com/

The McNamara Report on Inside Digital Photo with Michael J. McNamara
This week’s topic: Panasonic dives in deep with its latest cameras

On January 27, 2009 Panasonic invited a horde of Who’s Who journalists from the US and Europe to Miami to show off its newest compact cameras. The weather was great and the beach was hot, but some of us wound up tossing our cameras into the ocean…Find out what drove us to that extreme in this segment of the McNamara Report.

Listen in on the McNamara Report segment or get more photo insights and analysis on a variety of topics from Mike McNamara at: http://www.mcnamarareport.com.

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Jan 03

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Cliff Mautner, Wedding Photographer, and Nikon Legend Behind the Lens joins host Scott Sheppard to share tips and anecdotes of his 27 years as a professional photographer, transition into his new Haddonfield studio, and some details of his upcoming events and training classes. Cliff talks about recently completing an exciting project for "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" along with fellow photographer Susan Stripling which will be airing soon on ABC.

Cliff has instructed various seminars and workshops the past few years and recently announced the dates for his Spring ‘09 sessions - Lighting and Skillset Bootcamp. - April 21-23, 2009 held in his Haddonfield, NJ studio. He will also be hosting many sessions at the upcoming WPPI Wedding & Portrait Photographers International, where he is also judging the print competition and participating in the "Plus" conferences.

Cliff and Scott discuss the latest Nikon news and more importantly shares his vision and passion for his work. Cliff explains how important the comaraderie aspect is among his students and fellow wedding photographers.

To stay up to date on Cliff’s latest visit his website at: http://www.cmphotography.com and his blog at: http://cliffmautner.typepad.com/

The McNamara Report on Inside Digital Photo with Michael J. McNamara
This week’s topic: Editorial Photos - Fact? Fiction? or Fantasy?

Mike joins us in celebrating the 3 year anniversay of the "McNamara Report" Blog first on Popphoto.com and now available at: http://www.mcnamarareport.com. Mike and Scott discuss some key issues in editorial and journalistic photography today. Most photographers rely on the wonders of Photoshop to edit their images so they are aesthetically pleasing, but at what point does editing a photograph change the overall story or instance. If we accept that lines of reality or truth in imagery are crossed daily, how do we judge where that line is drawn. Mike explores examples in a range of photo genres.

Listen in on the McNamara Report segment or get more photo insights and analysis on a variety of topics from Mike McNamara at: http://www.mcnamarareport.com

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