Everyday Photography (Every Day)" is a 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; and founder of Neomodern, he's long been passionate about advancing the language of photography.
** Enjoy show notes at www.neomodern.com/podcast
26 November 2018 | 23 mins 8 secs
The filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci died today. In a memorium I tell the story of how I came to work with him in 1990 on The Sheltering Sky, and what I learned. (This special episode is a departure from our usual content).
25 November 2018 | 16 mins 25 secs
Concluding our Thanksgiving family series of episodes, this is an interview I did with my parents Mel and Lorna in 2001 about their art collection of photography.
24 November 2018 | 37 mins 37 secs
art, crafts, creativity, photography
The Rubin Brothers enjoy a lively conversation about our various interests; photography, magic, media, film and family. While the turkey was cooking, we retreated to his studio for a chat.
21 November 2018 | 26 mins 19 secs
Danny Rubin is not only the writer of the movie "Groundhog Day" but as my brother, he was subjected to many of the same creative influences as visual artists like my sister and me. And yet all of us think a lot about time.
18 November 2018 | 17 mins 14 secs
Sometimes the magic of photography is in how images are juxtaposed with other images -- either on a wall, in a book, or sometimes assembled by the artist, like Uelsmann (in a darkroom), or in Photoshop, or just cut up.
15 November 2018 | 18 mins 53 secs
Mastering your camera is fundamental, but the way to become good at photography is largely about looking at lots of photographs. By great photographers. A range of them. So how do you look at old work and what's the take away?
12 November 2018 | 16 mins 54 secs
Ansel Adams famously said that photographs were made, not taken. And while he invented the Zone System and "pre-visualization" his secret was to make images in post production. To paraphrase Adams' musical metaphor, the taken picture is the written song; the printing is the performance.
10 November 2018 | 15 mins 4 secs
art, crafts, creativity, photography
There's nothing worse than a blank canvas. And being told you can take pictures of anything is actually a bit paralyzing. So here's some ways to break the jam and play creatively.
8 November 2018 | 14 mins 20 secs
holiday, photos, thanksgiving
The holidays are picture-taking days! Tips and thoughts on shooting your festivities.
6 November 2018 | 15 mins 50 secs
If you shoot enough, at some point someone will ask "what do you take pictures of?" and it's a surprisingly difficult question.
4 November 2018 | 13 mins 53 secs
What are the things we do as beginners that are good to work through...
2 November 2018 | 16 mins
Perhaps the most important attribute of the photographer isn't technical, it's the ability to engender trust in people....
31 October 2018 | 12 mins 56 secs
So you've taken a lot of great photos. How do you determine which are "really" good?
29 October 2018 | 17 mins 31 secs
It's good practice to take your phone/camera out, and go for a walk. Pay attention to what catches your attention...
27 October 2018 | 17 mins 4 secs
art, artists, photography
Two books almost universally recommended for photographers...
26 October 2018 | 20 mins 12 secs
What is photographic truth? What happens when the photographer manipulates the image? How much manipulation is okay? If it's all a fiction, why do these things matter?