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Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography podcast features photography news, photo projects, website and podcast links, multimedia, videos, photography articles, details about upcoming exhibitions, photographic awards and more. Several bonus podcasts are also recorded each year.

Available in an easily downloaded audio format, the photography podcast is released regularly (around six episodes a year plus a number of special podcasts focusing on photo projects. The podcast covers all sorts of photography related topics and issues including photography books, photographers, classic photojournalism, locations etc.

Podcast Content

Each episode features a number of recommended links to online galleries, multimedia featuring contemporary and classic work by a wide range of photographers both old and new. From Niépce through to Nachtwey, the podcast covers all aspects of photography with a particular focus on photojournalism. A few bonus podcasts are also recorded each year either on location somewhere in the UK or looking closer at a particular subject matter.

Podcast Links Page

All of the weblinks for the online digital content mentioned in the podcasts, including an archive of past links from podcasts going back to 2010, can be found on the dedicated podcast links page at https://darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast

Although the podcasts do look at certain technical issues from time to time, it concentrates mainly on the processes of image making, the photography itself and the photographers who make those fantastic images. The main focus is on the image, the process of taking photographs and not the camera equipment used.

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Subscribing to the podcast is easy using Apple iTunes or Android, or you can use the links below to download the podcasts as an MP3 audio file.

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The Richard Flint Photography Podcast

In this month's podcast: Richard prepares for a trip away... but isn't saying exactly where. The Darker Skies website celebrates its tenth anniversary, the website menu gets some more improvements and the RFP RedBubble store gets some much-needed love. In the links is a superb collection of WW2 photos by Magnum photographers, 21 images by Margaret Bourke-White, Markéta Luskacová capturing the people of Whitley Bay during the 1970s and Making Hitchcockian Portraits. All of the weblinks for the...

Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography audio podcast contains news, featured photographers, upcoming exhibitions, links to photography plus more.
Posted: September 5, 2019, 3:33 pm
In the podcast: Apart from the occasional tech problems occurring, The 'Caught by the Tide' photo zine gets released and the foundations of the long-awaited Norfolk Project book are finally laid out. In website news, the menu has a number of big alterations made to it and some new photobook web pages are added. In the links, there are images from the 2019 Tour de France, The Magnum photographer Abbas' Vietnam war photography and more. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the...

Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography audio podcast contains news, featured photographers, upcoming exhibitions, links to photography plus more.
Posted: August 5, 2019, 10:14 pm
In the bonus podcast: Richard talks about his recently released 24-page photo zine 'Caught by The Tide'. The new photo zine features 19 street photography and landscape images shot in Norfolk during an emotionally turbulent 2016. The podcast delves into the background of the photography, favourite images, the making of the zine and more. 'Caught by the Tide' can be purchased on Blurb at https://www.blurb.co.uk/b/9554004-caught-by-the-tide. Related links for current photo book projects can be be...

Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography audio podcast contains news, featured photographers, upcoming exhibitions, links to photography plus more.
Posted: August 1, 2019, 7:06 pm
In the podcast: The photo zine 'Caught by the Tide gets close to release and the anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson brings back a few memories of early smartphone photography. In the links is an article by Associated Press about the power of the image, an iconic climate change photo and a great archive post from the Magnum blog looking at photography from the Mexico/USA border. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast...

Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography audio podcast contains news, featured photographers, upcoming exhibitions, links to photography plus more.
Posted: July 4, 2019, 11:57 am
In a late May podcast due to ill health - delays to the photo book releases due to an injured back and a dose of the flu. Details of a recent trip to the Scottish borders in early May and in the links it's a regular weekend reading list for photographers and filmmakers plus unseen images by Weegee lost for 82 years. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast links page at https://darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast/

Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography audio podcast contains news, featured photographers, upcoming exhibitions, links to photography plus more.
Posted: June 18, 2019, 11:07 am
This month: More details about the book releases including a delay to Edinburgh: Seven Hills. The website receives a massive update with the portfolio and pages changed to the new Gutenberg blocks. In the links, W.Eugene Smith's powerful photography from Minamata, Bill Owen's photos from the disastrous Altamont festival in 1969, Chris Steele-Perkins’ New Londoners documenting the many faces of one of the most diverse cities in the world and “Crying Girl at the Border” by U.S. photographer John...

Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography audio podcast contains news, featured photographers, upcoming exhibitions, links to photography plus more.
Posted: May 3, 2019, 11:08 pm
In the March podcast: More news on the photography book development the new photo zine using images from the 2016 Norfolk trip that has been added to the roster. The links look at Gerda Taro's photography and career, Magnum's Raymond Depardon's superb photos of Glasgow in 1980, Tim Hetherington's sleeping soldiers and Toby Binder's images of teenagers on both sides of the peace walls in Belfast. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated...

Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography audio podcast contains news, featured photographers, upcoming exhibitions, links to photography plus more.
Posted: April 5, 2019, 10:39 am
In the podcast: All the Google +_ links get removed from the website and two new photography books are in the works with releases due over the Summer. More details about the books in the podcast. In the weblinks, a look at the images taken in Manchester by Magnum's Martin Parr over 48 years, old Victorian photos of a huge building project rescued from a skip, plus just who were the kissing sailor and nurse in Eisenstadt's famous Times Square VJ Day image from the end of World War II? Finally,...

Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography audio podcast contains news, featured photographers, upcoming exhibitions, links to photography plus more.
Posted: March 4, 2019, 4:13 pm
It's a short podcast this month due to injuring my back. Hopefully i'll be back to full health in February. The January podcast has a brief look back at 2018 and the end of Google Plus. Only one link this month and it comes from the Magnum Photos website with Jonas Bendiksen's excellent social documentary project about Greenland.All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast links page at https://darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast/

Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography audio podcast contains news, featured photographers, upcoming exhibitions, links to photography plus more.
Posted: February 6, 2019, 3:23 pm

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