During his latest tour of India, Ralph Velasco took some time to sit down with his friend Bob Edelstein and ask him about his photography and his travels. Here is what Bob says about himself: “I began taking pictures when
We had a great conversation about travel and photography this week with our guest, Peter DeMarco. Peter is an award-winning travel photographer. His passion for helping people transform their photography shows through in the expert advice he shares. His work has
For this week’s episode of the podcast, Ugo had a great conversation with Matt Brandon. Matt Brandon is a Malaysia-based assignment photographer; Matt has experience photographing for nonprofits, assignment, and editorial work. Recently Matt was the still photographer for Indian
Our guest for this week is Susan Portnoy, who let us know everything about her recent trip to Mongolia, how it’s like to take part in a Kazakh wedding and how you can dance non-stop for 8 hours. Susan is the
India, often referred to as the sub-continent, is a location one can’t hope to capture adequately in less than a lifetime. TTIM co-host Ralph Velasco just spent a month there, scouting the place for one of his upcoming tours, and he
This episode of the podcast sees the debut of my good friend Ralph Velasco, who I introduced last week, as a co-host. For our first show together, we interviewed Brian Cruickshank. Brian is a Los Angeles-based photographer whose work is
The true value of travel photography, I believe, lies more in giving the viewer access to environments, communities, and cultures that would otherwise stay hidden from the eyes of many, rather than in proposing endless variations on the same, old clichés.
When I first read the story of how a photographer traveled through Asia with a limbless man, I knew I had to interview that photographer. Luckily for me and for you, my dear listeners, that photographer, Anna Tenne, graciously accepted to