I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that I had the pleasure of speaking to the prince of podcasting Frederick Van Johnson over at TWiP (This Week in Photo). Frederick has been releasing photo related podcasts once a week since podcasting began and I think he's on episode 550+ or something insane like that!
In this interview we discuss the importance of an audience. Is it more important for you as a photographer for your images to have a little impact on a lot of people, or for your work to have a lot of impact on a few?
We also talk about the value of social media in the current photo world as well as go through some of my personal ideas and beliefs on what makes a successful photographer today.
We also look at the importance of gear and understanding light plus a whether you're actually a photographer or an artist.
It's also available as an audio only podcast on iTunes and Spotify etc. All those links can be found underneath the video on this TWiP page.
*I apologise in advance for the drop in quality for this as Skype craps out half way through for some reason :(