Everyday Photography, Every Day

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

138 episodes of Everyday Photography, Every Day since the first episode, which aired on 24 September 2018.

  • 57: Enter the Darkroom

    10 March 2019  |  39 mins 43 secs
    decor, frames, home, interior

    In which we take a walk through the now-archaic process of silver printing, traditional darkroom work, and what can be gleaned from this background.

  • 56: Why We Print (and Happy Birthday Ansel!)

    3 March 2019  |  22 mins 45 secs
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    There are a lot of important reasons to print your pictures, it being Ansel Adams' birthday isn't one of them...

  • 55: Visiting Monet

    23 February 2019  |  17 mins 7 secs
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    You'd think that an exhibit of Monet's paintings wouldn't have too much to say to a photographer, but you'd be wrong...

  • 54: Travel Pictures

    17 February 2019  |  19 mins 1 sec

    You're not a journalist covering your vacation, so you might want to relax a little when you're taking pictures on your trip. Pick a few moments to "cover". We also discuss the pros and cons of anonymous subjects in your pictures.

  • 53: The Fifty... and "Visual Osmosis"

    9 February 2019  |  29 mins 35 secs

    You do not need to learn any stupid rules of composition. You need to look at these 50 images, really look, and you will learn composition -- your photos will be better immediately.

  • 52: Photography for Creative Expression (after 180 Years)

    3 February 2019  |  23 mins 52 secs
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    Starting from the "document" side of photography, and moving into the poetic.

  • 51: Beginners... How to Start Growing Your Skills

    27 January 2019  |  12 mins 27 secs

    It's all about your composition. It's the only thing you have to practice. And it's free and easy.

  • 50: Collage with Gabrielle

    20 January 2019  |  18 mins 14 secs
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    More explorations of ways to play with your pictures and explore the power in juxtaposition -- whether in collage, book layouts, or wall displays

  • 49: When You Need a Pro...

    16 January 2019  |  20 mins 13 secs
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    Professionals can deliver the goods. So when are those moments when it's worth getting a pro versus just handling a picture yourself? And how do you even hire a pro?

  • 48: Decorating with Photos

    13 January 2019  |  22 mins 25 secs
    decor, frames, home, interior

    Seems like it would be easy: everyone has lots of pictures and all you have to do is select one and get it enlarged and framed. So what's the problem? Clearly there's more to it than this. We dig in.

  • 47: Wabi Sabi and Photographic Imperfection

    10 January 2019  |  13 mins 41 secs
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    It's hard not to want to make your photos "perfect" whatever that might mean -- skin with no blemishes, compositions elegant, no reflections... but embracing the imperfect is part of improving your pictures. Learn about the philosophy of wabi-sabi...

  • 46: Look at the Light

    6 January 2019  |  25 mins
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    We're back and looking at moody lighting opportunities and how the think about them. Also, we dig into some reasons to limit how much you shoot, and how to organize the things you keep. But mostly it's about the light.

  • 45: Photographing Nudes - A Privileged Intimacy (The NSFW Episode)

    31 December 2018  |  28 mins 18 secs
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    One of the most fun and challenging subjects for photographers is nude figures; but how do you start? what do you say? In this episode Rubin reflects on his process in ways that are applicable to all sorts of every day photography.

  • 44: A Minimum Quantity of Gear

    26 December 2018  |  19 mins 53 secs
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    Pros have great gear. But what do you need when you aren't a pro?

  • 43: Landscapes, Mostly...

    23 December 2018  |  19 mins 37 secs
    art, crafts, creativity, photography

    Ansel Adams suggested that landscapes are the hardest photos to pull off. They are inspired by our amazing real life experience of the majestic outdoors, but somehow get crushed into little photos. Is there anything that can be done?

  • 41: The Instagram Dilemma

    19 December 2018  |  20 mins 4 secs

    Photographers have a love/hate with Instagram. It uses photos as social currency, which is a great way to get your images seen, but also suffers as a marginal way to experience a photo (small, quick), which isn't always what a photographer wants.