A few weeks ago I was a guest on Inside Digital Photo Radio. The show airs weekly in a number of U.S. markets and is then made available to a global audience online and as a podcast via Appleâ€™s iTunes.
I’ve been listening to Inside Digital Photo Radio since the show began about a year ago, and I’ve really enjoyed the mix of guests from many different segments of the photo industry. You can listen to the 35 minute interview online here, or you can subscribe to the show in iTunes.
I just returned from the 3rd annual Podcast & New Media Expo held in Ontario, California. It was a fantastic show, with a lot of educational content in the general sessions (held in large ballrooms and other conference rooms) and on the show floor. The “Podango Unconference,” held in Podango’s booth was especially good. I’ll be posting photos and highlights from the show over the next few weeks, but for now, I’d like to post a link to a video for which I was interviewed. I spoke with Kara Ratliff from WebProNews about the presentation I gave during the show on Saturday entitled: How To Make Your Content Easy For “Grandma” to Consume: Simplifying RSS Feeds, Video Formats and Flash Players for Your Audience. Click on the screen shot below to view the video on WebProNews.com.
You can also find more than 15 other interviews on WebProNews.com from the Podcast & New Media Expo here.
This week I’ll be sharing some of my favorite resources, doing some reviews and offering some photo-related tips on ImagingInsider.com. I have learned a lot from the resources that they cover on the site, and I especially like the web links they often highlight to tutorials and camera/software reviews. It’s not easy to find well-written articles and podcasts geared toward advanced amateurs and professional photographers, but I think they do a great job doing just that, and that’s why I’ve offered to be a guest editor this week, and also why I serve on their Board of Advisors. I just posted my first article on ImagingInsider.com about one of my favorite audio podcasts: the iLifeZone.