Everyday Photography, Every Day

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

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

  • 81: Balance with Brooks!

    13 August 2019  |  Season 2  |  33 mins 39 secs
    art, photography

    We met Brooks Fletcher when we started working with Peak Design. But not everyone you bump into in the workworld is as interesting a photographer and artist. Introducing Brooks!

  • 80: Our Photo (Party) Game

    8 August 2019  |  Season 2  |  23 mins 6 secs
    art, photography

    Can you really have a podcast about photography? Suzanne and Rubin explore the benefits of talking about the visual--and invent a game in the process! Try it-->

  • 79: Death and Pictures

    3 August 2019  |  Season 2  |  21 mins 48 secs
    art, death, photography

    Where Suzanne and Rubin explore the painful conflict between processing grief and the desire to take photos.

  • 78: A Million Pictures with Thomas Hawk

    28 July 2019  |  Season 2  |  36 mins 59 secs
    art, photography

    Hawk is the quintessential passionate photographic hobbiest, with a goal on publishing a million images over the course of his life.

  • 77: "Take her picture. Let her see what you see."

    21 July 2019  |  Season 2  |  21 mins 42 secs
    art, photography

    Morning meandering thoughts on life with a camera and the lessons of using film, even if you've never used film. Many lessons for beginners here.

  • 76: Not Quite the Quote Show

    14 July 2019  |  Season 2  |  25 mins 25 secs
    art, photography

    When Suzanne and Rubin take a break from guests and dig into some of their favorite quotations about photography, and other meandering photographic thoughts.

  • 75: Risk, with Documentarian Andrea Pritchard

    6 July 2019  |  Season 2  |  39 mins 57 secs
    art, metoo, photography, women

    Pritchard's new award-winning documentary (Risk: Women on the Frontline) shines light on three remarkable photojournalists.

  • 74: Genuine, with Photojournalist David Burnett

    29 June 2019  |  Season 2  |  50 mins 44 secs
    art, photography

    Burnett's images have long been synonymous with Time magazine — his images of the Iranian Revolution, presidents, historical moments worldwide. Who is this real-life Sean O'Connell (the mysterious globe-trotting photographer in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty")?

  • 73: Seductive, with Rachael Dunville

    23 June 2019  |  Season 2  |  39 mins 37 secs
    art, photography

    Artist Rachael Dunville manages to mix her work with physical intimacy with her photographic portraits, producing wonderfully personal stories of her subjects.

  • 72: A Camera is not an Eye: Taking Better Pictures

    13 June 2019  |  Season 2  |  21 mins 6 secs
    art, photography

    Why can something LOOK cool, and you take a pic of it, but the picture is flat and dull?? What is that? Shouldn't the photo look as good as the way you see it -- and if not, what to do about it.

  • 71: Both Sides of a Lens: Photographer and Model Ellian Raffoul

    9 June 2019  |  Season 2  |  29 mins 21 secs
    art, photography

    Photographer-models are a special group, bringing a unique perspective to the ideas of seeing and being seen. Ellian begins our ongoing series of chatting with photographers who are also models.

  • 70: Where the Photo Meets the Frame: The Art of Jefferson Hayman

    1 June 2019  |  Season 2  |  49 mins 44 secs
    art, photography

    Jefferson Hayman's photography was already haunting, with images in the pictorialist style... but a few years ago he began finding antique frames and pairing them with his images to create beautiful and unique creations.

  • 69: Telling Stories: Learnings from The New Republic Photo Director Stephanie Heimann

    25 May 2019  |  Season 2  |  40 mins 25 secs
    art, photography

    Great pictures are just part of the art of photography; selecting a few to tell a story is a totally different skill and critically important, particularly for journalists (but really: for everyone). Meet The New Republic magazine's photo director Stephanie Heimann as we discuss telling stories.

  • 68: Printing on Glass: Meet Fracture

    18 May 2019  |  Season 2  |  32 mins 55 secs
    art, photography

    Neomodern isn't the only company with a passion for getting images off your phone and onto your wall: Fracture is a growing company that has tapped into the challenges of printing on glass, in the tradition of Ansel Adams and even back to the original Daguerreotypes, all photographic processes on glass.

  • 67: The Life-Time Project

    11 May 2019  |  Season 2  |  23 mins 36 secs
    art, photography

    Why does every wall-sign in the Neomodern gallery include the photographer's age? The answer was a long time in the making...

  • 66: Are Still Images Enough? Chatting with Frederick Barnes

    4 May 2019  |  Season 2  |  37 mins 19 secs
    animation, art, photography

    Photo manipulator Frederick Barnes mesmerizes his 100K followers on Instagram with his complex still-image animations, and his work begs the question whether a non-moving image is enough to capture the interest in the public.