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The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell
Episode 216: The Personal and The Professional

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 41:50


In every field of work, there are some interactions that are professional and some that can be more personal, and the lines between them are not always clear. How casual, how revealing, how personal can you be while keeping a businesslike and professional attitude? In an art career, this issue impacts your interactions in many ways—in talking with dealers and collectors, when you give talks and interviews, in setting the tone of your website, and any time you are meeting the public. Today we'll talk about the boundaries between personal and professional situations in an art career. Self-promotion is an important area in which personal and professional may collide. We are often advised in marketing art to be personal, to tell our story, to let our audience into our private lives to some extent. At the same time, setting boundaries around what we choose to reveal and be open about can provide a comfort level for both our audience and ourselves. Treating professionalism as your default mode is preferable in almost any situation in which you are presenting yourself to the public. Specific situations in which crafting a professional image include making posts on social media, creating your website, and in your relationships with galleries. For some people, feeling a little insecure and wanting to make a good impression can lead to over-sharing, while others with similar fears back away from revealing anything personal that could help others understand their work. Understanding the audience you are aiming to attract is important, especially if you are hoping to engage with galleries, curators, and collectors who have high professional standards. We do need to be ourselves in interacting with people interested in our work, which after all is personal, and where our ideas come from are impoirtant. But in public contexts erring on the side of being more formal, more reserved, and more dignified is a good strategy. If you are showing your work, selling your work, you need to have a bit of remove from the work, an objectivity, and that is best expressed by knowing the boundaries around professional behavior. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). ​ When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick ​ What's new at Cold Wax Academy? The Summer Quarter of Cold Wax Academy's membership program is now underway. Rebecca and Jerry's upcoming weekly live, online sessions will explore Personal Voice and Composition and continue the topic of Professional Development with some special guests. Member Critiques and Painting Clinics, Cold Wax Academy's new feature, are ongoing. You can join the membership program anytime and catch up with past recorded sessions at your own pace. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information. Also-- stay tuned for information coming soon about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. You can learn more and make a reservation by emailing info@coldwaxacademy.com. A dedicated Espacio website is coming soon! Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at rticknor.core@gmail.com (mailto:rticknor.core@gmail.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. ​ For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast ​ For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com ​ The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production.

TradCafe
Episode 66: Sam Sadigursky and Nathan Koci

TradCafe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 62:29


In a special edition of TradCafe Neil sits down with Sam Sadigursky and Nathan Koci to talk about their recent triple album release The Solomon Diaries and how their musical lives have let up to this collaboration. Featuring some clips from the new project as well as the usual live music collaborations. Check out the Solomon Diaries at bandcamp: https://samsadigursky.bandcamp.com/album/the-solomon-diaries-vol-i

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR
912 The Locksmith's Paradox

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 Very Popular


What do locksmiths have to do with photography? How about expoplanets? Find out on today’s episode. (Episode artwork: DALL-E 2) Topics: [TOOL] SD Recovery : An amazing look at the technology that is used in data recovery to read a broken SD card. [SPACE, PHOTO] Finding Exo Planets : Finding exoplanets has everything to do … Continue reading "912 The Locksmith’s Paradox" The post 912 The Locksmith’s Paradox appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.

Outdoor Photography Podcast
Creative Flow and Being a Content Creator With David Johnston

Outdoor Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 64:41 Very Popular


Episode 71: Today I sit down with Tennessee-based landscape photographer and educator, David Johnston, to chat about:How he got interested in photography and how and why he decided to become a professional photographerHow his current podcast, the Landscape Photography Show, differs from the first podcast he startedWhat he's learned from his conversations on the podcast about connecting with your emotions through your photographyThe idea of “creative flow induction”The benefits of starting a YouTube channel from a business perspective and the impact he hopes to have as an educatorAdvice on how to start a YouTube channelHow to deal with internet trollsBalancing work, family, and time for his own creativityHow he manages to work two days/week so that he can spend time with his young daughterHow he repurposes long-form contentThings to consider before going full-time into photographyHis ideas around visual flow in compositionLINKS MENTIONED:Website: https://www.davidjohnstonart.com/Follow David Johnston on:InstagramYouTubeMy interview on David's Podcast: The Landscape Photography ShowThink MediaFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell
Episode 215: Being Vulnerable

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 33:19


Situations in which we feel unsure, insecure, and vulnerable are a common experience for many of us. As an artist, that feeling of vulnerability may come with exhibiting your work, promoting yourself, explaining what you do, and even when you're alone in the studio making art. Today we will share some thoughts about what it means to be vulnerable as an artist. Is vulnerability something to avoid --or tolerate-- or even embrace? What can you learn from situations in which you feel vulnerable? Feeling emotionally vulnerable means feeling uncomfortable, exposed, or having your feelings open to attack or damage. It applies to situations in which you acknowledge your shortcomings and insecurities, and when you fear that someone else is seeing them too. It can also mean that you are speaking your truth to skeptical people who don't know anything about art. Vulnerability can happen anytime you are not putting up defenses around your true self, either because you can't just then because you are taken off guard, or you choose not to. Your art is extremely personal and in the best case it is also authentic and honest in representing your true self. Being open and vulnerable in that way can lead to valuable feedback or meaningful discussions, and iit allows you to seem approachable. But other times you may find you have exposed yourself to an emotional attack that serves no real purpose, and these situations should be avoidedif possible. For example, you can control who comes into your studio or refuse to defend your work to someone who is hostile to art. Finding ways cope with vulnerability is important in negotiating an art career. If you constantly avoid the risk of exposing yourself, you may miss opportunities. At the same time, taking risks that may make you uncomfortable can end up being positive. For example, being vulnerable to your own feelings about your work can help you undertand how to proceed. Other aspects of vulnerability are negative--they can stall you or distress you in ways that are not productive, and you need to set boundaries to preserve your dignity and sense of worth. Learning to distinguish these different kinds of vulnerability can be tricky, but ultimately give you more confidence in your career. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). ​ When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick ​ What's new at Cold Wax Academy? The Summer Quarter of Cold Wax Academy's membership program is now underway. Rebecca and Jerry's upcoming weekly live, online sessions will explore Personal Voice and Composition and continue the topic of Professional Development with some special guests. Member Critiques and Painting Clinics, Cold Wax Academy's new feature, are ongoing. You can join the membership program anytime and catch up with past recorded sessions at your own pace. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information. Also-- stay tuned for information coming soon about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. You can learn more and make a reservation by emailing info@coldwaxacademy.com. A dedicated Espacio website is coming soon! Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at rticknor.core@gmail.com (mailto:rticknor.core@gmail.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. ​ For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast ​ For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com ​ The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production.

The Kyle Thiermann Show
#313 David Satori of Beats Antique & Dirtwire

The Kyle Thiermann Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 68:18


David Satori (@davidsatori) is one of the Beats Antique trio and co-creator of the band, Dirtwire. Born in Burlington VT, David was inspired by the rich local music scene and started playing guitar and drums at the age of 13. David produced his first original album with his band Bubble Tribe in 1997 as a senior in high school and went on to study music at CalArts in Los Angeles, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Composition and Performance in 2001. After college David bought an aging airport shuttle bus, converted it to run on vegetable oil and toured the US with his bands The Funnies, a four piece space funk band, and Aphrodesia, a female fronted futuristic Afrobeat big band from San Francisco. David also co-founded and produced events with The Sustainable Living Roadshow, a traveling eco festival. In 2006 David helped organize a month long West African Tour with Aphrodesia and the African Showboyz from Ghana, which culminated in twonights at the legendary Shrine in Lagos, Nigeria, the musical home of Femi Kuti, son of Fela Kuti. After returning from West Africa David committed to recording with Beats Antique, a trio born in the San Francisco performance underground, Burning Man and West Coast Bass music scenes. Beats Antique soon became an international touring production and has released over 10 albums in 12 years, all written and produced by the band. On a parallel track to Beats Antique David pursued a recording project with his long-time bandmate and friend Evan Fraser, which evolved into Dirtwire, a trio with the addition of Mark Revely, that tours internationally and has released 9 albums. Davidsatori.comIf you dig this podcast, would you be please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts? It’s takes less than 60 seconds and makes a difference when I drop to my knees and beg hard-to-get guests to come on the show. All of my stuff is on thiermann.substack.comConnect with me on Instagram | Twitter | YouTubeBrought to you by Santa Cruz Medicinals Santa Cruz Medicinals CBD has supported this podcast from day one. Their founder actually convinced me to start the podcast! They make a range of potent CBD products and my personal favorite is the Peppermint Tincture, which I use most nights before before I go to bed. Use the code KYLE10 at checkout, and get 10% off any order. Sore muscles, be gone!Send voice memos to: info@kyle.surf Get full access to Writing by Kyle Thiermann at thiermann.substack.com/subscribe

Songwriting for Everyone
Episode #125 - Songwriter Interview with El Caplan

Songwriting for Everyone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 22:47


Songwriter Interview: In this episode, Joe interviews singer, songwriter, arranger and producer El Caplan to discuss his upcoming EP release and the life of a professional songwriter.  While working at Dr. Dre's Aftermath studios, El Caplan created and contributed the all-important guitar part to "Not The Same" by Kyle which you can hear here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6d4JVCnOy8El offers deep insights into a life in music, including the software he uses, his process creating songs, and what it was like working with Eddie Spear, who mixed and co-produced the EP, and who has worked with popular artists including Chris Stapleton and Brandi Carlisle. You can listen to El Caplan on Spotify at https://open.spotify.com/artist/7aq8QznnjQOzTv1qizDAGf and on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPO0DDYZia-eRUSDoKvkLmA.

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR
911 All Things Interesting In Photography

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 Very Popular


The James Web Telescope is arguably the best camera.. not on the planet though. Chris looks at zoomable content, at being there and how that’s different from the limited senses that we can capture with our photography. Also: another quick look at DALL-E and what it has to do with pizza. Topics: [PHOTO, SPACE] IR: … Continue reading "911 All Things Interesting In Photography" The post 911 All Things Interesting In Photography appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.

The Well Woman Show
294: The Art of Composition with Elizabeth Garland

The Well Woman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 27:11


On the well woman show this week, I interview Elizabeth Garland. She is an award-winning composer for film and has performed her piano pieces in the US and abroad. Winner of the 2019 International Piano Guild Composition Competition Special Category Award, 2nd place winner of the International Golden Key Composition Competition, she performed at the World Composer's concert in Vienna in 2018. A well-known composer and performer, Elizabeth Garland's solo piano and the ensemble have been featured in films and documentaries, and she has performed her works in the US and abroad. The 2021 Commissioned Composer for New Mexico, she is the 2019 International Piano Guild Composition Competition Winner, 2021 ArtsHub Fellow, 2021 Virtual Visionaries Grant Recipient, and Urban Enhancement Trust Fund Fellow. “Many people learn to play music. Very few learn to compose,” said Garland. “The skills required to compose and notate music both enhance the knowledge and skill of the player and allow for a much wider range of creativity to be called upon than simply playing standard repertoire. The recognition of the art of composition is crucial to the establishment and preservation of a society's culture,” added Garland. In August 2022, the Golden Key Music Festival of Vienna will celebrate its Fifteenth edition with a series of special events and concerts in Vienna's most prestigious concert halls such as Ehrbarsaal, Haus der Musik, Mozarthaus of Vienna, Salzburg, Beethoven Museum of Baden and the Schloss Esterhazy at Eisenstadt. The Festival combines a unique artistic, performing, and educational experience for professional musicians and students with an exciting vacation for music lovers of all ages. Octavia Rossi Pressley and Natalia Sofia Lopez Hinojosa will perform their original music at Ehrbar Hall in Vienna on August 3rd, as well as a Mozart piece at Mozarthaus in Vienna on August 6th. You can find out more at https://www.goldenkeyfestival.com/vienna-festival/ (Vienna Festival) On the show, we'll discuss: What is the Golden Key Music Festival of Vienna. The impact that performing at a festival has on children and how you get chosen for this festival. How composing music is a part of your culture, and how to embrace it more fully. You can find notes from today's show at http://wellwomanlife.com/294show (wellwomanlife.com/294show). The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from The Well Woman Academy™ at http://wellwomanlife.com/academy (wellwomanlife.com/academy). Join us in the Academy for the community, mindfulness practices, and practical support to live your Well Woman Life.

New Books in Education
Vivian Kao and Julia Kiernan, "Writing STEAM: Composition, STEM, and a New Humanities" (Routledge, 2022)

New Books in Education

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 90:41


Listen to this interview of Vivian Kao, Associate Professor of Composition and Coordinator of the First-Year Writing Program, and Julia Kiernan, Assistant Professor of Communication and Coordinator of Technical and Professional Communication — both at Lawrence Technological University, Michigan. It's more than just hot air — we talk about their STEAM, and their book Writing STEAM: Composition, STEM, and a New Humanities (Routledge, 2022). Vivian Kao : "Writing is really central to the project of STEM. And I'm talking about writing very capaciously, so that is, composing in multiple modes, in multiple media — that is, learning how to communicate to many different audiences and how to utilize many different genres. Because writing is a way of thinking and a way of understanding your place in the world." Contact Daniel at writeyourresearch@gmail.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/education

New Books in Communications
Vivian Kao and Julia Kiernan, "Writing STEAM: Composition, STEM, and a New Humanities" (Routledge, 2022)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 90:41


Listen to this interview of Vivian Kao, Associate Professor of Composition and Coordinator of the First-Year Writing Program, and Julia Kiernan, Assistant Professor of Communication and Coordinator of Technical and Professional Communication — both at Lawrence Technological University, Michigan. It's more than just hot air — we talk about their STEAM, and their book Writing STEAM: Composition, STEM, and a New Humanities (Routledge, 2022). Vivian Kao : "Writing is really central to the project of STEM. And I'm talking about writing very capaciously, so that is, composing in multiple modes, in multiple media — that is, learning how to communicate to many different audiences and how to utilize many different genres. Because writing is a way of thinking and a way of understanding your place in the world." Contact Daniel at writeyourresearch@gmail.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books Network
Vivian Kao and Julia Kiernan, "Writing STEAM: Composition, STEM, and a New Humanities" (Routledge, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 90:41


Listen to this interview of Vivian Kao, Associate Professor of Composition and Coordinator of the First-Year Writing Program, and Julia Kiernan, Assistant Professor of Communication and Coordinator of Technical and Professional Communication — both at Lawrence Technological University, Michigan. It's more than just hot air — we talk about their STEAM, and their book Writing STEAM: Composition, STEM, and a New Humanities (Routledge, 2022). Vivian Kao : "Writing is really central to the project of STEM. And I'm talking about writing very capaciously, so that is, composing in multiple modes, in multiple media — that is, learning how to communicate to many different audiences and how to utilize many different genres. Because writing is a way of thinking and a way of understanding your place in the world." Contact Daniel at writeyourresearch@gmail.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

F-Stop Collaborate and Listen - A Landscape Photography Podcast
Tim Baca - The Thrill of Storm Chasing

F-Stop Collaborate and Listen - A Landscape Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 59:31 Very Popular


This week on the podcast I had the pleasure of speaking with storm and landscape photographer, Tim Baca. Tim was recommended to me by one of my favorite photographers and humans - Wayne Suggs and so I was quite excited to chat with him. I've also always been fascinated with storm chasing as it relates to photography and so it was great to chat with Tim about his experience and to hear him tell stories from the field. On this week's episode, we discuss: Tim's journey into photography through storm chasing, Storm chasing culture, Safety in storm chasing, Relationship challenges for storm chasers, Composition tips for storm chasing, And a lot more! Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week: Miops Lightning Trigger. Storm Prediction Outlook. Radar Scope App. Join me over on Nature Photographer's Network. Enter the Natural Landscape Photography Awards. Tim's Extreme Photo Workshops. Support the podcast on Patreon. Here is who Tim recommended on the podcast this week: Jake Werth. David Turning. Justin Snead. I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. We also have an Instagram page, a Facebook Page, and a Facebook Group - so don't be shy! Did you also know we have listener after-parties on Twitter Spaces? This is a great opportunity to interact with other listeners, guests, and the host (when I can) regarding your thoughts on the episode. We also have a searchable transcript of every episode! Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week. P.S. you can also support the podcast by purchasing items through our B+H affiliate link.

Hands on Apologetics
01 Aug 22 – Pat Flynn: Theism: The Argument from Composition

Hands on Apologetics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 51:13


Today's Topics: 1) Finding the Fallacy: Continuum Fallacy Meet the Early Church Fathers: Barnabas 2, 3, 4) Interview

Super Duty Tough Work Podcast
288: Composition Tips For Producers

Super Duty Tough Work Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 55:08


Whether you play an instrument or chop up samples, there will be a time when you feel like your song ideas aren't being produced to their fullest potential. The answer is to tighten up your composition skills. In this episode, Blueprint and Illogic break down ten song composition tips they've learned over their years producing hip-hop, so you don't have to the same time they did. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Hunger Hunt Feast | Strategic Fitness
105. The Big Fat Breakdown: A Closer Look At The Linoleic Acid Concentration In Fats

Hunger Hunt Feast | Strategic Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:52


How do we decide which fats and oils to consume? Ideally we want to minimize the omega 6 Linoleic Acid consumption as much as possible Let's take a closer look at the fatty acid concentrations of the most common fats in our diet.   – Links For This Episode:  Linoleic acid concentrations in fats and oils http://www.distributionkatrina.com/english/comparison-of-dietary-fats.html   Increase in Adipose Tissue Linoleic Acid of US Adults in the Last Half Century https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC4642429   Composition of adipose tissue and marrow fat in humans by 1H NMR at 7 Tesla https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022227520346733   Chia seed oil composition https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6627181   Sesame oil composition https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4395/9/12/801/htm   Connect with Zane: ReLyte Electrolytes by Redmond Real Salt: https://shop.redmond.life?afmc=Zane Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zanegriggsfitness Follow me on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ZaneGriggs   QUICK EPISODE SUMMARY Let's talk about fat The different types of fat we store in our body What we can learn from cultures that don't eat a modern diet The risk of the different types of oil A look into what makes up the good oils Where PUFAs could be hiding in other oils  Why you shouldn't trust the packaging How to minimize your exposure to PUFAs

Toy Photographers Podcast
Geometry - what's it good for?

Toy Photographers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 88:29


Recently Shelly Corbett chatted with Sabrina Perry and Chris Whitlow about one of our photo challenges: #TP_Geometry. We had a lively discussion regarding Geometry - what's it good for? It turns, a lot! Geometry is an important compositional tool and can turn your photos from ok to fantastic with a little awareness of how and when to use it. A few of our take aways With any good discussion, our insights were many. Here is a partial list of what we cover in this conversation: Using any word associate with math is probably not the best selling point Formal composition is your friend. In fact, its really important! Understanding the various forms of mathematical composition can help you understand why an image works. This gives you a stronger base to work from. Composition is only one tool in your photography tool box. Photography has a lot of moving parts to keep in your mind at once. What? Those guidelines on the back of my camera and phone have a purpose! Yes, turn them on!! Check out all the image that we discuss over on the blog.  As always, we'd love to hear your thoughts after listening to the episode; leave a comment below or join our communities on MeWe, Facebook, or Instagram! Also, please be sure to “revisit” the blog for all things toy photography-related! 

Big Ideas TXST
Episode 31: A life in music with Hank Hehmsoth

Big Ideas TXST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 34:03


Hank Hehmsoth, an associate professor of practice in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University, joins the Big Ideas TXST podcast to discuss his work with Christopher Cross, music education and the fascinating discoveries he's made in jazz research. As a performing artist, Hehmsoth has played more than 10,000 international, national, state and regional area performances, from classical to jazz to pop/rock, as well as Broadway, concert tour music, nightclubs and symphony. He is a lifetime voting member for the Grammy Awards. Hehmsoth teaches composition and jazz piano. His students play piano, bass, sax, flute, guitar and have won awards and scholarships including Berklee College of Music and the Patti Strickel Harrison Scholarship. Composition students learn commercial arranging and contemporary techniques in jazz. His studio includes international students from Serbia, China, South Korea and South America. He is a MacDowell Norton Stevens fellow in composition, a National Endowment for the Arts fellow in jazz composition (1979), a Fulbright Senior Specialist in jazz studies, a National Endowment for the Arts project specialist and a research scholar for the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University. Further reading: Hehmsoth YouTube channel Texas State's Hehmsoth uncovers audio trove of jazz history We Are the Music Makers Hehmsoth on Wordpress

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell
Episode 214: Emotional Territory

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 35:43


Creative work involves a myriad of emotions. In a single day in the studio, an artist can cycle through excitement, frustration, despair, relief, pleasure, and hope. Sending a finished piece into the world can bring on anxiety and feelings of vulnerability, along with more positive emotions like anticipation and satisfaction. Emotional involvement comes with the territory of our work-- but we do need to stay on track, focus, and show up in the studio. Today we'll talk about coping with the tangle of emotions that can challenge artists and other creative people. Emotional involvement in your work is part of the territory of creativity. Positive emotions help us stay motivated, experience satisfaction, and feel connected ot our work. These positive feelings are evidence of our passion for our work. Without them our process can feel flat, boring, rote, and mechanical. But along with more negative feelings, the range of emotions connected to your work can be exhausting and confusing and get in the way of productivity. Feelings of fear, inadequacy, and pessimism can be very discouraging. These are generally rooted in your personality, and if so, you also face them in other areas of life. But as an artist you do have a path to working through them. The process of making art or engaging in other kinds of creativity is a way of feeding and nurturing positive feelings. Art and other creative endeavors teach us so much about ourselves--about trust, patience, and persistence. Just by engaging in your work, by overcoming the challenges that it presents, there can be a shift over time in attitude and how you cope with negative emotions. We all differ in how intensely we experience the emotions connected with creative work, and this can shift over time if it is intense, as you better recognize how to cope with ups and downs and understand their role in your life. Art can become your steady anchor no matter what kinds of emotional upheavels you may experience. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). ​ When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick ​ What's new at Cold Wax Academy? The Summer Quarter of Cold Wax Academy's membership program is now underway. Rebecca and Jerry's upcoming weekly live, online sessions will explore Personal Voice and Composition and continue the topic of Professional Development with some special guests. Member Critiques and Painting Clinics, Cold Wax Academy's new feature, are ongoing. You can join the membership program anytime and catch up with past recorded sessions at your own pace. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information. Also-- stay tuned for information coming soon about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. You can learn more and make a reservation by emailing info@coldwaxacademy.com. A dedicated Espacio website is coming soon! Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at rticknor.core@gmail.com (mailto:rticknor.core@gmail.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. ​ For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast ​ For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com ​ The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production.

SOLAR
A Moment Behind the Scenes with Composer Chris Porter

SOLAR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 8:25 Very Popular


A conversation that goes behind the scenes of SOLAR — with SOLAR composer, Chris Porter. Listen to the full interview on our Apple Podcasts Subscription Channel: Inside the Mission SOLAR+See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR
910 Welcome to Dongle Town

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 Very Popular


Let’s talk about photo road trips, dongles, an exercise in spotting humanity, smartphones closing in on us, astrophotography and big satellite constellations. Plus: Where is TFTTF really located on the spectrum of photography podcasts? Topics: [OTHER] Welcome to Dongle Town : Chris has figured out an interesting way to vlog from his car with a … Continue reading "910 Welcome to Dongle Town" The post 910 Welcome to Dongle Town appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.

MUD\WTR: Trends with Benefits
#45 David Satori of Beats Antique & Dirtwire (:macro)

MUD\WTR: Trends with Benefits

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 70:34


David Satori (@davidsatori) is one of the Beats Antique trio and co-creator of the band, Dirtwire. Born in Burlington VT, David was inspired by the rich local music scene and started playing guitar and drums at the age of 13. David produced his first original album with his band Bubble Tribe in 1997 as a senior in high school and went on to study music at CalArts in Los Angeles, graduating with a bachelor's degree in Composition and Performance in 2001.    After college David bought an aging airport shuttle bus, converted it to run on vegetable oil and toured the US with his bands The Funnies, a four piece space funk band, and Aphrodesia, a female fronted futuristic Afrobeat big band from San Francisco. David also co-founded and produced events with The Sustainable Living Roadshow, a traveling eco festival. In 2006 David helped organize a month long West African Tour with Aphrodesia and the African Showboyz from Ghana, which culminated in twonights at the legendary Shrine in Lagos, Nigeria, the musical home of Femi Kuti, son of Fela Kuti.    After returning from West Africa David committed to recording with Beats Antique, a trio born in the San Francisco performance underground, Burning Man and West Coast Bass music scenes. Beats Antique soon became an international touring production and has released over 10 albums in 12 years, all written and produced by the band. On a parallel track to Beats Antique David pursued a recording project with his long-time bandmate and friend Evan Fraser, which evolved into Dirtwire, a trio with the addition of Mark Revely, that tours internationally and has released 9 albums.    Davidsatori.com   Mushroom boost by MUDWTR is here to support immunity, vitality and mental sharpness. The powder is a blend of eight mushrooms: lion's mane, cordyceps, chaga, reishi, turkey tail, king trumpet, maitake and shiitake mushrooms and mycelium. Use the code BOOST25 for 25% off your first order of mushroom boost. If you dig this podcast please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps a bunch. For weekly stories visit Trends w/ Benefits and sign up for our newsletter. Get 20% off your first MUDWTR by using the code TWB20 at checkout. Reach out and send voice memos to podcast@mudwtr.com Want to join our cold plunge group chat? Here's the link.

The PAPER STREET Podcast
Cinematography Has More Than Five C's (with guest Eric Oh)

The PAPER STREET Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 71:12


On this installment of The PAPER STREET Podcast, Becky and Shawn chat with veteran Director of Photography Eric Oh about his background, career, and all things cinematography: what it is, what it isn't, and why it's more than just knowing the technical aspects. Some folks may have heard of The Five C's of Cinematography (Camera angles, Continuity, Cutting, Close-ups, and Composition), but Eric suggests a few additional C's that are equally important to a DP's success: Collaboration, Compassion, and Communication. The hosts also talk with their globe-trotting guest about filming around the world, shooting during the pandemic, and some of his upcoming features, including recent Fantasia Festival selections THE FIGHT MACHINE and THE BREACH, as well as Paper Street Pictures' horror-comedy SORRY ABOUT THE DEMON. Plus, a fun round of 'Rapid Fire 15' with Eric, Becky's Deep Cut Slasher of the Week, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, the chiaroscuro of Caravaggio, the tastes of Toronto, and more! For show notes and more on this and previous episodes, please visit paperstreetpdcast.com.

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell
Episode 213: Artists as Entrepreneurs, with Jerry McLaughlin

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 38:17


For many of us in the art world, making art is only part of what we do. The other big role most of us play, that of businessperson, can be one that comes less naturally. Many artists resist getting involved with art as a business, seeing it as something that dilutes creativity and true voice. At the same time, most of us get a lot of satisfaction from exhibiting our work and would like to be able to make a living doing what we really love, and it is gratifying to provide something that enriches the lives of fellow humans. Can we learn to see the business aspects of art in a more positive light, and bring to our art business the same skills we use in the studio? Today Rebecca and her partner at Cold Wax Academy, Jerry McLaughlin discuss the exciting possibilities of integrating art and entrepreneurial ventures. As artists we have passion, commitment, focus, the willingness to take risks, and ability to make decisions and move forward with projects. All these qualities can also help us create income streams as related to our core identity as artists. As a term, entrepreneur may be more appealing than businessperson because we may associate the idea of business with something restrictive or overly structured. Entrepreneurship, on the other hand, implies a more creative and expansive focus and can include other people on an informal basis as well as more formal collaboration. Examples of entrepreneurial ventures for artists include writing, teaching, mentoring, developing products and materials for artists, creating studio/living spaces for artists, licensing artwork in various ways, working with the film industry or real estate staging, and starting a small gallery. None of these need to be entirely separate from your life as a studio artist. Though they do require commitment and focus, they can also help you grow creatively as well as providing income. Our advice is to welcome the idea that other ways of generating income can be exciting and rewarding and can play a very positive role in your creative life. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). ​ When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick ​ What's new at Cold Wax Academy? The Summer Quarter of Cold Wax Academy's membership program is now underway. Rebecca and Jerry's upcoming weekly live, online sessions will explore Personal Voice and Composition and continue the topic of Professional Development with some special guests. Member Critiques and Painting Clinics, Cold Wax Academy's new feature, are ongoing. You can join the membership program anytime and catch up with past recorded sessions at your own pace. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information. Also-- stay tuned for information coming soon about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. You can learn more and make a reservation by emailing info@coldwaxacademy.com. A dedicated Espacio website is coming soon! Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at rticknor.core@gmail.com (mailto:rticknor.core@gmail.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. ​ For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast ​ For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com ​ The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production. Special Guest: Jerry McLaughlin.

Everyday Photography, Every Day
132: Inside Photo Independent with Chris Davies

Everyday Photography, Every Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 55:55


As Rubin explores the world of photo fairs, industry leader Chris Davies takes us into Photo Independent, Paris Photo and NFTs. A must-listen episode for photographers starting to sell their work.

The Heart & Hustle Podcast
264: How to Master Storytelling & Composition Through Your Photography with Anni Graham

The Heart & Hustle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 46:40 Very Popular


PHOTOGRAPHERS listen up!!! Today is a TREAT of a guest and a topic so grab a pen and paper NOW and get ready to take pages and pages of notes.   If you've ever wanted to take photos that leave your clients in tears of joy or photos that quite literally take clients' breath away… on today's show we are chatting everything storytelling and composition with the absolute queen of this subject: Anni Graham.   Today we asked Anni ALL the questions about how she's able to tell such breathtaking stories via her photography work. Anni delivered and walked you through her whole process and perspective on how to approach client sessions and weddings. She covers how to prepare for a shoot, how to break out of a creative box in your photography, how to get out of autopilot on a wedding day, how to market to your ideal clients and her advice for any photographer out there trying to find their own style and grow as a photographer.   Basically, Anni dropped TEA for you today and you will hands down want a notebook for this episode. And it'll leave you ready to run out and start shooting TODAY with her techniques and strategies.   Show notes:  https://theheartuniversity.com/264-how-to-master-storytelling-composition-through-your-photography-with-anni-graham   Lunya: www.lunya.co Use code HEART20 for 20% off!   Honeybook: share.honeybook.com/heart In addition to a FREE 7 day trial, get 50% off your first year of HoneyBook, a $200 value!!    The Heart University Courses: www.theheartuniversity.com/courses   Follow along with Anni:  www.annigraham.com www.instagram.com/annigraham   If you want to connect with us and other listeners in the Heart and Hustle community join our Facebook group here.   Follow along: www.instagram.com/mrslindseyroman www.instagram.com/evierupp www.instagram.com/theheartuniversity  

Writing Remix Podcast
89. Building The Institute for Critical Race & Ethnic Studies w/ Dr. Natalie Byfield, Dr. Raj Chetty, & Dr. LaToya Sawyer

Writing Remix Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022


Dan invites Dr. Natalie Byfield, Dr. Raj Chetty, & Dr. LaToya Sawyer to talk about the creation of The Institute for Critical Race & Ethnic Studies (CRES) at Saint John’s University in Queens, NY. To best set the tone for this episode, here’s a quote from Dr. Natalie Byfield, the Founding Director of CRES: “IContinue reading "89. Building The Institute for Critical Race & Ethnic Studies w/ Dr. Natalie Byfield, Dr. Raj Chetty, & Dr. LaToya Sawyer"

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR
909 Generator Chris

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 Very Popular


Chris has now received the magical tool to generate photography out of thin air. But OpenAi’s DALL-E 2 is turning out to be quite a learning curve that is very different from actual photography. Topics: [PHOTO, AI] I’m a Generator : I finally got access to DALL-E 2, OpenAi’s image generator. And boy is it … Continue reading "909 Generator Chris" The post 909 Generator Chris appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.

Outdoor Photography Podcast
Let's Talk About Light [REMIX]

Outdoor Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 17:41 Very Popular


Episode 68: Light creates everything we see - colors, contrast, shapes, lines, etc., and therefore learning how to “see” light is an essential step in creating more compelling images.  Many of our recent guests on the podcast have emphasized how important understanding and knowing light is to improve your photography.So, in this Tidbit Tuesday, I break down the different characteristics of light, how to effectively use whatever light you have, and how light shapes the mood of a scene or subject.  This is a remix of an earlier episode (episode 18) in case you missed it.LINKS MENTIONED:Episode 16: What to Photograph on Overcast, Grey Days?Episode 38: Should You Buy Filters? Photography Filters ExplainedOPS Article: ISO - It's Not What You ThinkFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram***What's Your Visualstoryteller's Style?The key to creating images with impact is storytelling. Learn your unique strengths as a visual storyteller and gain insights into how to navigate potential hurdles with the FREE QUIZ created by Jaymi Heimbuch of the Conservation Visual Storytellers Academy. Find out your unique storyteller personality for free at https://www.ConservationVisuals.com/Quiz.

Music Works
MWM 43: Writing To Commission - Production Music Demystified with MediaTracks Music

Music Works

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 26:01


Welcome to “Production Music Demystified with MediaTracks Music”, a microcast of Music Works. Today we have the honour of welcoming our guest Ella Jarman-Pinto, a composer with an extensive background in music for film and TV.   Ella offers 1:1 Composition tuition tailored specifically to you, your projects and composition career goals.    Through monthly 90-minute focus sessions and weekly voxer support, Ella addresses technical aspects of composition practice while keeping focus on you as a whole person.   Ella supports you to create from the place you are right now, (as opposed to where you think you should be), to bring energy, beauty and authenticity to the music that you write, and to your collaborations with creatives and commissioners.   Ella has two spaces left to work with her over the next six months. For more information, book a chat via www.ellajarmanpinto.com/contact   ------   If you enjoy this conversation, please subscribe, check out our other great episodes, and even better leave us a review. You can also follow us on social media and sign up to our mailing list at www.polyphonyarts.com/mailing-list for updates and news about Music Works and Polyphony Arts.

F-Stop Collaborate and Listen - A Landscape Photography Podcast
Hans Strand & Eric Bennett - Artists Asking Artists Series - #1

F-Stop Collaborate and Listen - A Landscape Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 93:25 Very Popular


Providing photographers a platform through which they can converse with one of their heroes is something I have wanted to try on my podcast for a long time. Other artists can inspire us to become better photographers and to take risks with our work. Such is the case in our first installation of the "Artists Asking Artists" series of the "F-Stop Collaborate and Listen" Podcast. This week, I invited Hans Strand back onto the show and I gave photographer Eric Bennett the opportunity to ask Hans any questions he wanted. I hope that you find this format interesting, as I hope to do more of these in the future. Please do let us know! Check out the full show notes, chock full of amazing images from both Hans and Eric! On this week's episode, Eric asks Hans some great questions about his career, his photographic journey, his approach to making images, and a ton more. Topics include: How the craft has changed since Hans started in the field, Hans' approach to composition, Hans' approach to making aerial images, Advice for other photographers looking to go full-time, The value of critique, and a LOT more! Other topics discussed on the podcast this week: Eric's critique groups.  Eric's tutorial and video series on Composition and Utilizing Light. Hans' new book, Beyond Landscape. Eric's book, Conversations with Nature. Enter the Natural Landscape Photography Awards. Support the podcast on Patreon. I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. We also have an Instagram page, a Facebook Page, and a Facebook Group - so don't be shy! Did you also know we have listener after-parties on Twitter Spaces? This is a great opportunity to interact with other listeners, guests, and the host (when I can) regarding your thoughts on the episode. We also have a searchable transcript of every episode! Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week. P.S. you can also support the podcast by purchasing items through our B+H affiliate link.

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell
Episode 212: Imaginary Friends and Critics

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 32:50


When an artist creates, the people that the artist images viewing the work often are unseen presences in the studio. When we are deeply involved in our work these may fade away, but they tend to reappear when we are uncertain or involved in self-critique. A legitimate and important part of evaluating our work is trying to see the work through someone else's eyes. But who are these viewers, exactly? Who are we creating art for, besides ourselves? Today we talk about those who view our work, how we imagine them and how much power to give them. Most artists say they do their work primarily for themselves, that it is a compulsion or inner drive, and that they work the way they do because it feels right to them. Whether or not others like what they do may seem secondary. But a basic aspect of art is communication. We want to give our viewers something to respond to, to get involved with, and to bring out some thought or emotion, and perhaps respond enough to own the work. From the artist's perspective, working alone in the studio, this communication can seem very one-sided. We don't have an actual person with us to be another set of eyes, even though we are aware that people will eventually be in that position when we show the work. As a result, we often create viewers in the studio who are imaginary. And as such they tend to be an inconsitent, vague conglomerate with shifting opinions and advice. The best advice has always been to make your best art for yourself and If it is good work, it will attract viewers who appreciate it. Thinking of it first as your own expression means that your work will be meaningful and authentic to you. But given that it's hard to avoid thinking of imaginary viewers as you work, it's also helpful to form a positive image of who they are. And rather than letting this be only a vague idea, it is helpful to get specific about the characteristics of your ideal, imaginary viewer. This viewer may be quite similar to yourself, but also enough removed to be able to offer constructive advice. Many of us deal with invisible presences in the studio, and at times they are confusing in what we imagine them saying. And as with many aspects of the creative process, awareness of how you are affected is key. When our imaginary friends and critics are not useful, we need to be careful not to give them too much power. Inviting your imaginary ideal viewer into your studio can provide guidance, inspiration, and truly constructive criticism. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). ​ When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick ​ What's new at Cold Wax Academy? The Summer Quarter of Cold Wax Academy's membership program is now underway. Rebecca and Jerry's upcoming weekly live, online sessions will explore Personal Voice and Composition and continue the topic of Professional Development with some special guests. Member Critiques and Painting Clinics, Cold Wax Academy's new feature, are ongoing. You can join the membership program anytime and catch up with past recorded sessions at your own pace. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information. Also-- stay tuned for information coming soon about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. You can learn more and make a reservation by emailing info@coldwaxacademy.com. A dedicated Espacio website is coming soon! Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at rticknor.core@gmail.com (mailto:rticknor.core@gmail.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. ​ For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast ​ For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com ​ The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production.

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR
908 AI in Photography

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 Very Popular


AI is going to enrich our lives and at the same time it’ll pull the rug out from under some people’s legs. Let’s explore things. Feedback? Reach Chris at voice@tfttf.com, or follow @tfttfphoto on Twitter for show announcements. Topics: [PHOTO, AI] AI in Photography : What will the AI revolution do to your photography? Will … Continue reading "908 AI in Photography" The post 908 AI in Photography appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.

Outdoor Photography Podcast
Let Go of Expectations and Embrace Failure With David Thompson

Outdoor Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 87:18 Very Popular


Episode 67: Today I sit down with landscape photographer, David Thompson, to chat about:A story about the photograph that sparked his early interest in photographyHis relationship with creativityHow being naturally curious has shaped his approach to photographyThe importance of accepting failure as part of the learning processHow composing small scenes has changed how he composes grand landscapesHow to achieve visual flow with your subject, structures, and other compositional elementsHow he continues to challenge himself in his photographyHis approach to composition and how it depends on what the light is doing at the timeThe importance of midtone contrast and luminosity in the way he post-processes his photographsColor cast - how it can negatively impact color separation and how to fix itAdvice for finding your creative vision for your photographyHow to make landscape photography and the outdoors more inclusive and accessibleA whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: davidthompsonphotography.comFollow David Thompson on: InstagramFacebookFlickrMention this episode to David and get 15% off of his post-processing Skype sessions for the entire month of August 2022 @ $149 for a 2hr session.Parks Rx ProgramPark Rx AmericaDevelop a Park Prescription Program for your communityFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram***What's Your Visualstoryteller's Style?The key to creating images with impact is storytelling. Learn your unique strengths as a visual storyteller and gain insights into how to navigate potential hurdles with the FREE QUIZ created by Jaymi Heimbuch of the Conservation Visual Storytellers Academy. Find out your unique storyteller personality for free at https://www.ConservationVisuals.com/Quiz.

CHOP: The Guillotine League Podcast

It's already guillotine league drafting season! Charch and Brian are here to help with roster composition tips designed to give you the best chance of survival.

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell
Episode 211: Meaning in Abstraction

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 35:11


Abstract art --especially the kind that has no identifiable imagery-- may appear to have little meaning to the viewer beyond its purely visual appeal. Certainly, we can admire and respond to abstraction without needing a story or an explanation, as long as our eyes are intrigued or delighted, and that is an important way it can be appreciated. But in fact, ideas, emotions, and other points of reference lie behind even the most purely abstract work. Today we will consider the ideas that compel abstract artists and guide them in their work. While a painting can never be fully explained, and can definitely be over-analyzed, understanding the general realm of ideas that lie behind an abstract work adds to your experience as a viewer. In reading artist statements and biographies, we can see that their sources of ideas in abstraction can be surprisingly specific and autobiographical. The process of interpreting ideas, images, emotions, information, and memories in visual language is challenging and requires a balance of intuition and intellect. Abstract painting requires abstract thinking for both the artist and the viewer. Avoiding literal or illustrational approaches when working from specific ideas means being open-ended, flexible, and treating specific references more as jumping off points than as something you insist the viewer take from your work. There is a huge component of interpretation in all types of abstraction, and an abstract artist needs to allow guidance from ideas but without a need to dictate how others respond to the work. Finding and expressing meaning in your work, however you create it, is key to having passion and involvement in the studio. For abstract artists there are special challenges in interpreting their ideas, and for viewers it means entering a world without labels and strict definition. A very different kind of conversation happens outside the realm of easily identifiable imagery. Intuition and imagination are important to both seeing and appreciating abstraction. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). ​ When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick ​ What's new at Cold Wax Academy? Rebecca and Jerry are busy planning the Summer Quarter of their membership program which begins on July 13. These exciting sessions will explore Personal Voice and Composition and continue the topic of Professional Development with some special guests. Member Critiques and Painting Clinics, Cold Wax Academy's new feature, are ongoing. You can join the membership program anytime and catch up with past recorded sessions at your own pace. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information Also-- stay tuned for information coming soon about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. You can learn more and make a reservation by emailing info@coldwaxacademy.com. A dedicated Espacio website is coming soon! Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at rticknor.core@gmail.com (mailto:rticknor.core@gmail.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. ​ For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast ​ For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com ​ The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production.

Mediawatch
Radio Australia? RNZ's musical outsourcing under fire

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 17:05


The bombastic tunes broadcasters use for news become so familiar we barely notice them - until they change. RNZ is being criticised by local musicians and their industry bodies over its decision to outsource the $43,000 contract for new theme music to an Australian outfit. 

The Arts of Language Podcast
Episode 329: Where It All Began – IEW's Founding and Mission

The Arts of Language Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 Very Popular


Over the years, IEW has grown tremendously as its writing method is taught in various educational settings. The company offers an abundance of resources, from encouraging blog posts to effective curriculum. How did IEW get to where it is now? This week, Andrew and Julie go back to where it all began and unpack the story of how Andrew discovered the Structure and Style method of teaching writing. Give this episode a listen to learn about the success of the writing method and to understand our mission of equipping teachers and teaching parents.  Referenced Materials: Teaching Writing: Structure and Style  The Blended Sound-Sight Program of Learning by Anna Ingham Blended Structure and Style in Composition by Dr. James B. Webster Structure and Style for Students Theme-Based Writing Lessons Classical Conversations  University Model-Schools International Lead to Win Podcast Berwyn School District Study Rocklin School District Study Transcript of Podcast Episode 329 Remember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA). If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com.

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR
907 Peek-A-Boo

PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 Very Popular


Hi, it’s Chris. Remember me? Photography Tips from the Top Floor is back and better than ever. I’ll still talk photography, but the show will also branch out into other topics here and there, where I discuss things from my other podcasts The Future of Photography and Happy Shooting as well as my German production … Continue reading "907 Peek-A-Boo" The post 907 Peek-A-Boo appeared first on PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FROM THE TOP FLOOR.

American Institute for Economic Research
Washington's Budget Deficits: Size and Composition Matter By Peter T. Calcagno & Edward J. Lopez

American Institute for Economic Research

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 3:35


“Since entitlements are off the table under threats of touching ‘the third rail of politics,' then proponents of fiscal discipline have been trying to reform and constrain an ever-smaller portion of the overall budget.” ~ Peter T. Calcagno & Edward J. Lopez

The Wild Eye Podcast
#401 - A different approach to composition

The Wild Eye Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 12:07


In this episode Gerry shares some thoughts on different way you can approach the composition in your images.

Filmed Live Musicals
Micro-Face

Filmed Live Musicals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 58:09


Host Luisa Lyons chats with Planet Money host Kenny Malone and composer Kit Goldstein Grant all about the creation of the new superhero musical Micro-Face! Learn about the inspiration behind the musical, the workshop process, and the special one-night-only staged reading! With guest appearance by actor Sebastian Treviño. Visit the official Micro-Face website. Kit Goldstein Grant is a composer, lyricist, librettist based in NYC.  She likes to write musicals about topics ranging from the serious fallout of colonialist attitudes to giant noses running away. Her musical THE NOSE (that's the one about the giant nose) has been produced several times in South Africa and NYC, and her musical THE GIANT HOAX had its NYC premiere at Theater Row. Kit has studied at Juilliard, the Tony-Award winning BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop, and holds a M.M. in Composition from Brooklyn College. She teaches musical theater writing with Paper Kite Arts. Follow on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.  www.kitgoldstein.com and www.totallyirrelevantproductions.comKenny Malone Kenny Malone is a correspondent for NPR's Planet Money podcast. Before that, he was a reporter for WNYC's Only Human podcast. Before that, he was a reporter for Miami's WLRN. And before that, he was a reporter for his friend T.C.'s homemade newspaper, Neighborhood News. His work has won the National Edward R. Murrow Award for Use of Sound, the National Headliner Award, the Scripps Howard Award, and the Bronze Third Coast Festival Award. He studied mathematics at Xavier University in Cincinnati and proudly hails from Meadville, PA, where the zipper was invented. Follow on Twitter and watch Kenny's favorite filmed live musical here! Filmed Live Musicals is the most comprehensive online searchable database for musicals that have been filmed live on stage. Visit www.filmedlivemusicals.com to learn more. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. You can also support the site at Patreon. Patrons get early access to content, no matter how much you pledge. Filmed Live Musicals is created by Luisa Lyons. Luisa is an Australian actor, writer, and musician. She holds a Masters in Music Theatre from London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and now lives, works, and plays in New York. Learn more at www.luisalyons.com or follow on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Enjoyed this podcast? Leave a review and help spread the word!Support the show

Le journal de 8H00
Remaniement : la composition d'un nouveau gouvernement est attendue ce lundi matin

Le journal de 8H00

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 15:00


durée : 00:15:00 - Journal de 8 h - Le remaniement gouvernemental est prévu pour ce matin, on saura notamment qui remplace Amélie de Montchalin dans cet énorme ministère de la transition écologique qui recouvre de nombreux sujets cruciaux ce serait l'occasion de le transformer pensent les ONG environnementales.

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell
Episode 210: Interview with Jason Matias Part II

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 47:10


Today we are excited to welcome Seattle-based artist, author, and educator Jason Matias back to the Messy Studio. We published the first part of this interview back in January, which focused on Jason's approach to the business side of art. We recorded a second interview that same day so that he could tell us more about his own art, and what it takes to make his striking photographs of the natural world. We are excited to share this second interview with you today. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). ​ When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick ​ What's new at Cold Wax Academy? Rebecca and Jerry are busy planning the Summer Quarter of their membership program which begins on July 13. These exciting sessions will explore Personal Voice and Composition and continue the topic of Professional Development with some special guests. Member Critiques and Painting Clinics, Cold Wax Academy's new feature, are ongoing. You can join the membership program anytime and catch up with past recorded sessions at your own pace. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information Also-- stay tuned for information coming soon about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. You can learn more and make a reservation by emailing info@coldwaxacademy.com. A dedicated Espacio website is coming soon! Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at rticknor.core@gmail.com (mailto:rticknor.core@gmail.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. ​ For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast ​ For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com ​ The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production. Special Guest: Jason Matias.

Tatter-a-fact®
Tat Talk with Teryn: Organics and Modifiers

Tatter-a-fact®

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 81:42


In this new episode of Tatter-a-fact, I break down two of the most confusing parts of color theory: organics and modifiers. Ever been confused about what a modifier does or why a pigment is called organic? This is the podcast for you. Plus, I talk about the 7 things mentally strong people do! * For further information or to get a comprehensive color theory education consider enrolling in Teryn's Color Theory Course on Girlz Ink Academy. To learn about this course, please visit https://girlzinktraining.com/courses/color-theory-teryn-darling/ *Composition and guitars - Russ LetiziaDrums and studio engineering - Mike ZerbeRecorded at The Compound in Las Vegas, NV

Writing Remix Podcast
88. Crossing the Bridge Between Social Justice & Sci-Fi w/ Dr. Ashely King

Writing Remix Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


This is a celebratory episode to close out PRIDE Month 2022. Dr. Ashley King is an inspiration. Her work empowers students, invites them to thrive and cultivate not just meaningful projects, they cultivate meaningful experiences that show them what they can accomplish. I want to acknowledge all the awe-inspiring work that Dr. Ashely King isContinue reading "88. Crossing the Bridge Between Social Justice & Sci-Fi w/ Dr. Ashely King"

Data Cult Audio
Data Cult Audio 0259 - Analog Monoxide

Data Cult Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 53:44


About: Analog Monoxide is frequently mistaken for being the name of a group, but is in reality a working alias of Stian Høyberg, musician and producer from Norway. The music released under this banner is typically a huge mix of various influences over the years, ranging from experimental electronica to acoustic jazz, and anything in between. Composition usually happens in his home studio, and is a very free-form process. He started out as a piano player at an early age, and has worked for over 30 years honing his skills on guitars, vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards, synthesizers, and other instruments along the way. While studying music, learning to play jazz, and working with an analog studio recording to 8track tape, he also discovered computers and their increasing capabilities as music tools, while also allowing access to sampling and software emulation of synthesis. The workflow has undergone changes over time, with the development of technology and better tools, but it's essentially the same today. Currently heavily into the combination of Eurorack and various other hardware integrated with Bitwig, and loving this new workflow. About this set: These tunes are all either from recent live performances on various hardware/software combined, or done in studio within the last few weeks, as hardware/modular jams multitracked into Bitwig, then given some post production. Links: https://linktr.ee/analogmonoxide https://www.youtube.com/analogmonoxide https://www.instagram.com/analogmonoxide/ https://analogmonoxide.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/analogmonoxide/

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell
Episode 209: Abstraction and Visual Ideas

The Messy Studio with Rebecca Crowell

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 37:58


Abstract artists are known for getting ideas for their work everywhere. If you notice someone taking a photo of a crack in the sidewalk or staring at a piece of rusted metal, chances are good that's an abstract artist at work, collecting ideas for lines and colors and textures. Even if we don't depict objects realistically in our work, we are constantly observing the world around us. Today we are talking about the process of gathering and using visual ideas in creating abstract art. What do we mean by a visual idea in abstraction? It starts with observing something and then using that visual information in your work—not in the sense of literally reproducing it, as you might with realism, but translated into aspects of your abstract work. A visual idea can be thought of as a distillation of something you have observed that enters your abstract work in a way that is removed from its source. Visual ideas can spark imagination and serve as a point of departure into new ways of using techniques, composition, and the visual elements. Many times, we take in visual information in an unconscious way, gazing at things without mush awareness or analysis or focus, and sometimes these images do come through as we work intuitively. But to use a visual idea consciously, it helps to observe consciously. In abstraction, visual ideas can be taken from any situation you are in—whenever something strikes us as visually interesting, if we have the time and focus to and intention to really examine it. You are most likely already working with visual ideas if you are observant of the visual world. But it can be interesting to become more conscious or analytic about what you are staring at, at least every so often, and seeing what changes that may bring to your work. Nurturing visual ideas so that they grow their original source or in seeing how they appear in your work and that of others can be exciting and deeply creative. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). ​ When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick ​ What's new at Cold Wax Academy? Rebecca and Jerry are busy planning the Summer Quarter of their membership program which begins on July 13. These exciting sessions will explore Personal Voice and Composition and continue the topic of Professional Development with some special guests. Member Critiques and Painting Clinics, Cold Wax Academy's new feature, are ongoing. You can join the membership program anytime and catch up with past recorded sessions at your own pace. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information Also-- stay tuned for information coming soon about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. You can learn more and make a reservation by emailing info@coldwaxacademy.com. A dedicated Espacio website is coming soon! Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at rticknor.core@gmail.com (mailto:rticknor.core@gmail.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. ​ For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast ​ For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com ​ The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production.

Prep Life
Training fasted, maintaining glutes, bikini abs, and re-composition

Prep Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 31:53 Very Popular


Last week we had part one of our Q and A and this is part 2. Be sure to listen in as @glamgirlbikini coaches @amyehinger and @chrisnicole_ifbbpro dive into these questions: If you've taken a break from training and diet which should you do first cut, bulk or re-composition? Should bikini competitors train abs? How do you maintain the size of your glutes during a lean out phase? Is there a difference in muscle growth if a person is drinking their protein vs eating it? Is it possible to gain muscle in a calorie deficit  Is it ok to weight train fasted? You can apply for the team here: https://www.glamgirlbikini.com/get-started/ Find us on Instagram @preplifepodcast