As part of the multimedia services, Richard Flint Photography also offers a high-quality audio production service for podcasting, audio archiving, soundtracks, discussions, interviews, audio slideshows, CD and DVD use, presentations and more.


Audio Production

High-quality audio can be recorded in most locations and can edit and rendered to any playable format from mp3 to compact disc. Post-production work on the recorded material is included in the package prices to make that the audio footage you receive is of the very best audio quality.

For more details about this service send an e-mail to [email protected]

Services include:-

  • Podcast development
  • Audio archiving
  • Audio guides
  • Audio presentations
  • Community audio project advice

Community Audio History

Below are recordings made as part of an audio archive project where local residents discuss various aspects of village life and history, working in partnership with the village’s local history group.

The project’s aim was to capture the audio history of the village from older residents before that local history and knowledge are lost. A number of subjects were covered including businesses, farming and village life during World War II.

Other recordings can be found on the Slingsby Village website at

The Richard Flint Photography Podcast is a monthly recording featuring photography news and links. Episodes can be heard using the player below/

RFP Podcast Extra: January 2023 The Richard Flint Photography Podcast

Back with an update about the Podcast for 2023. Regular episodes, short 5 minute podgrams and more.
  1. RFP Podcast Extra: January 2023
  2. RFP Podcast: August – Podcast Update
  3. RFP Podcast: January 2022
  4. RFP Podcast: September 2021
  5. RFP Podcast: August 2021
  6. Bonus Podcast: Sea, Sky, Sand and Street – Final Mooring
  7. Bonus Podcast: Sea, Sky, Sand and Street – Fishing Boat at Sheringham
  8. Bonus Podcast: Sea, Sky, Sand and Street – Mother and Son
  9. RFP Podcast: June/July 2021
  10. Bonus Podcast: Mull of Galloway, Scotland – May 2021