"Everyday Photography (Every Day)" is a bi-weekly podcast where you get to listen in on a chat between a photographer (Rubin) and a regular human (Suzanne Fritz-Hanson) with an eye on making your pictures amazing and helping you enjoy your photography more. No technical stuff. No talk of gear or software. Just photography for the fun of it.
*** Rubin brings a unique perspective to consumer media: a student of Jerry Uelsmann; an amateur photographer for 40 years; formerly of Lucasfilm, Netflix and Adobe; director of The Rubin Collection of Photography (focused on mid-century modernism); and now founder of Neomodern, he's long been passionate about advancing the language of photography.
**** Enjoy show notes at www.neomodern.com/podcast
3 October 2018 | 10 mins 42 secs
Rubin's 15 minutes of fame surrounded his noteworthy application to Brown University in 1980... and the photograph that got him accepted.
3 October 2018 | 17 mins 54 secs
art, collecting, modernism, neomodernism
How the Rubin Collection of photography came into existence and why it is being displayed at NEOMODERN in San Francisco.
2 October 2018 | 12 mins 36 secs
How do you shoot in sub-optimal lighting situations -- at night, by candlelight, in darkened rooms? What's so good about natural light?
1 October 2018 | 13 mins 22 secs
intimacy, law, privacy
While it's legal to take pictures of people in public places, it's frequently inappropriate. In this episode we discuss issues of privacy and the inherent intimacy involved in taking someone's photo.
27 September 2018 | 10 mins 34 secs
In the process of documenting your life, there are often decisions to be made between shooting and putting your camera down. Today we discuss "large moments" vs. "small moments" and what they mean to you.
26 September 2018 | 12 mins 58 secs
constraints, finest, haiku, synecdoche
Everyone now walks around with a great camera all the time: our phones. But what is photography for and how do i manage this amazing device?
25 September 2018 | 13 mins 16 secs
Why make pictures black-and-white? Is it just to look "arty" or nostalgic?
24 September 2018 | 11 mins 52 secs
Is there a trick to learning to compose great photos?