07 Dec 2015 Celebrating Our 500th Episode! (Podcast 500)
Welcome to the 500th episode of the Martin Bailey Photography Blogcast! I did have a fun video hangout for you to watch today, but Google’s gargantuan half-assedness has put the mockers on that, so I’ve edited an audio backup for release today. I do hope you enjoy this conversation, which would not even exist if it wasn’t for Mike “Sharky” James, the host of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast, so thanks so much Sharky for your help during the recording, and for creating the backup for us. You literally saved my bacon!
Basically, what happened is, we had a great, fun conversation, that I recorded as a Google Hangout on Air. I’ve recorded almost a 100 of these over the last four years or so, and never had a problem, so I almost didn’t even ask Sharky to make the backup, but because I’d heard horror stories from Frederick Van Johnson of the This Week in Photo podcast, about hangout’s disappearing, I figured it would be prudent, so I accepted Sharky’s kind offer, which basically saved the day.
[UPDATE] So, after 96 hours of processing, the hangout video finally completed, and became available, so I’m going to link it here in addition to the edited audio that I included in our blogcast feed. It’s a fun video after all. The photos and links etc. are all after this video, so scroll down to take a look.
You can also find the Vallerret Photography Gloves that I mentioned here: https://photographygloves.com/
Here are the images from the participants that we mentioned.
And here are the two products that I showed during the conversation.
Remember, you can get some of these photography gloves at: https://photographygloves.com/
Check out the PetaPixel Photography Podcast here: http://petapixel.com/podcast/
Vallerret Photography Gloves are here: https://photographygloves.com/
Music by Martin Bailey
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