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The Podcast changes Hosting

By |2021-11-25T12:04:35+00:00November 25th, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |

Moving Audio

The past few weeks have seen large changes take place with regard to the Richard Flint Photography podcast. After ten years at the same podcast hosting company, a decision was made to move to anchor.fm which is part of Spotify.

The new host provides better distribution options including making the podcast newly available on Spotify as well as mobile tools for recording while out and about. The process of running and maintaining the podcast has been made much easier.

Avaailable on Spotify

The transition over to new hosting took place a couple of weeks ago with the minimum amount of disruption to subscribers. However, the raw RSS feed on the previous host Jellycast.com has now been shut down and will no longer deliver new episodes of the podcast. The recommended podcast feed to receive new episodes of the podcast can be found at https://feeds.feedburner.com/TheRichardFlintPhotographyPodcast.

More options to subscribe to the podcast can be found on the podcast page at https://www.richardflintphoto.com/podcast/

The Podcast

If you haven’t come across the podcast it’s released monthly, and looks at photo news, photographers, exhibitions plus links to photography, videos and multimedia and lots more. A number of additional bonus podcasts are also recorded each year on location or focus on specific photography related topics.

RFP Podcast: August – Podcast Update The Richard Flint Photography Podcast

After taking a break from social media and the Podcast for a few months, it's time to start posting again. This podcast is a update about the break with a quick photo link for the photographer Eric Treacy. Check out his photography on Google.
  1. RFP Podcast: August – Podcast Update
  2. RFP Podcast: January 2022
  3. RFP Podcast: September 2021
  4. RFP Podcast: August 2021
  5. Bonus Podcast: Sea, Sky, Sand and Street – Final Mooring

Images and Audio

By |2017-03-13T11:46:51+00:00March 30th, 2012|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |

Audio often gets ignored compared to its visual media relations, but it is still a powerful and remarkably flexible tool for storytelling. In this new media world of multimedia, sound and image can compliment each other to tell stories and to document the past.

A couple of weeks ago i did a pilot recording for a local community project that is to be expanded to create an audio archive, made up of conversations and reminisces by local people living in a village community. The aim is to record and capture their memories, thoughts and feelings about village life, the local characters (many now sadly long gone) and the immense changes that have taken place over the last sixty or more years. It’s a fascinating project and one that seems to have caught a lot of people’s imagination.

The first pilot recording went well and more are planned. Other topics will include schooling and World War II. So where does photography come into the project? Well one outlet for the audio footage will probably be an audio visual presentation using edited audio and selected images to create an audio slideshow that can be shown online.

Images and audio put together to create something even stronger.

The possibilities are endless. Best of all, the internet offers the best way of distributing this content. More news on this multimedia project coming soon.

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