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The No Name Photo Show Podcast Is A Hit!

In No Name Photo Show, Podcast by Brian Matiash0 Comments

I am SO thrilled with the positive response that our audience has shown to my new photography podcast co-hosted by the one and only Sharky James! This morning, we published our fifth weekly episode and we’re just getting started. Sharky and I put a ton of time and effort to ensure the highest quality audio and nothing is more important to …

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Introducing My New Photo Podcast With Sharky James!

In No Name Photo Show, Podcast by Brian Matiash0 Comments

I’ve been working on a new project with my good friend and host of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast, Mike “Sharky” James, for the past few months and today, we’re finally ready to share it with the world! The two of us have launched a new talk program called the No Name Photo Show, a weekly podcast dedicated to discussing the finer happenings …

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Managing Your Image Archive

In Gear by Brian Matiash0 Comments

A few months back, I was asked by the editors of Digital Photo Pro magazine to write about my onsite and offsite image archive strategies. I’ve always prided myself on the borderline neurotic detail I pay to how my image archive (and video archive) gets backed up onsite at my home office as well as offsite, just in case something …

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How I Fell In Love With 35mm

In Gear, Travel, Zeiss by Brian Matiash4 Comments

If you’ve paid attention to the work I’ve shared over the years, it should come as no surprise that the 35mm focal length is foreign to me. I typically veer towards the ultra wide angle side of focal lengths: usually between 14mm and 18mm. It’s not so much that I enjoy cramming in tons of stuff into my frame but …

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Photo Tip: Shoot the same things a thousand times

In Architecture, Photo Tip, Urban by Brian Matiash2 Comments

Depending on how much mental fortitude you have, thinking about how to photograph something that has already been photographed a thousand times in a unique way could prove to be… daunting. And, to a degree, that is rightfully an appropriate reaction. In these instances, I find that it helps to think about this endeavor the same way many adventurers think …