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The Richard Flint Photography Podcast

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Released regularly, the Richard Flint Photography podcast features photography news, photo projects, website and podcast links, multimedia, videos, photography articles, upcoming exhibitions, photographic awards and more.

The photography podcast is released regularly (around six episodes a year plus a number of special bonus podcasts focusing on books, photography locations and other photography-related subjects. The podcast covers all sorts of photography-related topics and issues including photography books, photographers, classic and contemporary photojournalism plus lots more.
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Back with an update about the Podcast for 2023. Regular episodes, short 5 minute podgrams and more.
After taking a break from social media and the Podcast for a few months, it's time to start posting again. This podcast is a update about the break with a quick photo link for the photographer Eric Treacy. Check out his photography on Google.
Back after an enforced break with a quick update. The RFP Redbubble shop gets close to 400 photos available to purchase as prints etc with a new collection of archive photos. In the links are award winning photographs by Sally Mann, images from a British Army Tank unit and a look at the work of street photographer Sabine Weiss who died recently aged 97. All the links can be found on the links page. Details at richardflintphoto.com/podcast
A bit of a switch around this month due to the delay in getting the September podcast recorded. September's Scotland trip will now be talked about in next month's podcast complete with a recording originally made for a bonus Scotland podcast. I'll also cover recent website news in that podcast too.  In this podcast, however, I talk about the move to new podcast hosting that should improve the podcast no end. Better distribution, links in the show notes, and more! Some great photo links are thrown in at the end from the BBC In Pictures page including images of Joy Division by Kevin Cummins, award-winning wildlife photography and 1960s photographs of The Rolling Stone and The Beatles in County Durham. Photography links mentioned in the podcast Joy Division: Photographer Kevin Cummins on capturing the post-punk icons Close-up of gull's eye in Shetland wins ecology photography prize 'All I can hear is a cacophony of screaming girls' - photographing the Beatles and Stones All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can also be found on the dedicated podcast links page at darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast
In the August podcast... talking about the recent bonus podcasts released to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Sea, Sky, Sand and Street. In the links, two from Afghanistan looking back at the twenty years of photography from the war torn country and a collection of images from this year's Olympics in Tokyo. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast links page at darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast
Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the release of the Sea, Sky, Sand and Street photobook, this series of three bonus podcasts takes a look at some of my favourite images from the book. This podcast will look at three more images from the book starting with Final Mooring - shot in Brancaster Staithe. The second image is one of the most memorable photos from the project - Brancaster Beach with storm clouds building. The final image is the Wells Next the Sea crabbers down on the harbour that became the book's cover. Check out the image via the gallery at richardflintphoto.com or via the podcast links page at darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast
Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the release of the Sea, Sky, Sand and Street photobook, this series of three bonus podcasts takes a look at some of my favourite images from the book. This podcast will look at two more images from the book starting with a Fishing boat a Sheringham - an image that was an early candidate for the book's cover. The second image is of an abandoned bicycle at Burnham Overy Staithe. The final podcast in this series will feature my favourite final three photographs from Sea, Sky Sand and Street. Check out the image via the gallery at richardflintphoto.com or via the podcast links page at darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast
Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the release of the Sea, Sky, Sand and Street photobook, this series of three bonus podcasts takes a look at some of my favourite images from the book. The first photograph is Mother and Son shot on a busy Saturday in the Norfolk town of Wells-next-the-sea. Check out the image via the gallery at richardflintphoto.com or via the podcast links page at darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast
In the June/July podcast: News about an upcoming trilogy of bonus podcasts celebrating the ten-year anniversary of the Sea, Sand, Sky and Street project. In the photo links... images from the 2021 Tour de France, photography from the fires in California and Canada and we take a look at the brilliant photojournalism of Danish Siddiqui, a Reuters photojournalist recently killed in Afghanistan. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast links page at darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast
A special bonus podcast recorded on the Mull of Galloway in Scotland. Three separate recordings made over four days while photographing the Mull lighthouse. The weather conditions were fine but very windy which added to the fun of recording the podcast. Listen out at the end for the Mull Of Galloway foghorn!
In this brief update podcast... the Billingham bag reviews from the blog are now linked on the Billingham website. The website's exclusive fine art print shop has been improved and a new colourized photograph service has been added. Finally, there is news about an upcoming bonus podcast recorded on the Mull of Galloway. No links this month but I will add a bumper amount of links to the June podcast.
In the podcast... The website gets some love and improvement, some things that can't be talked about now but will talk about later, and a bit of news about an upcoming Scotland trip. In the photography links, there is photo repair on a huge scale in Japan as Tsunami victims are reunited with their family photos/albums, Ian Berry's photo of a summer's day in Whitby, photo in a Russian Naval base from 1990, and America by streetlight by photographer Daniel Freeman. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast links page at https://darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast/
In the podcast: The difficulties of writing introductions for photo books, the website shop update issue is finally fixed, and a new Ben Nevis gallery in the portfolio section. In the photography links Michael Bennetts excellent forty-year-old photographs of North Wales seaside resorts out of season, winners of the 2021 Underwater Photographer of the Year contest and Grace Robertson's postwar Britain capturing a nation at work, at play – and in the delivery room in the 1950s. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast at darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcasts
A bonus podcast looking at photographer Chris Killip who died in October 2020 at the age of 74. Killip's excellent 1988 photography book 'In Flagrante' highlighted the effect of deindustrialisation on communities in the northeast of England. The book remains highly influential with many photographers. All the links this month look at Chris Killips photography with also a video and podcast link where Chris Killip talks about his work. The podcast links can be found at darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcasts
In the last podcast of the year, Richard takes a personal look back at the year, The Two Towns photo book gets an update and the website gets a secondary menu added to highlight a few areas of the website. In the links, Searching 80,000 miles for the American dream - photography by Ian Brown, A 70-year-old photographic mystery from a recently developed roll of film, the Agency Photographer of the Year 2020 – shortlist and finally the excellent Women Photograph: 2020 Year in Pictures. As usual, all the links can be found via a Google search or by taking a look at the podcast's dedicated link page over at https://darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast
RFP Podcast: May 2019

RFP Podcast: May 2019

2020-11-2734:40

In a late May podcast due to ill health - delays to the photo book releases due to an injured back and a dose of the flu. Details of a recent trip to the Scottish borders in early May and in the links it's a regular weekend reading list for photographers and filmmakers plus unseen images by Weegee lost for 82 years. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast links page at https://darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast/
In this month's podcast: The Two Towns photobook gets closer to release with the final edits to text taking place plus the website will be getting a new gallery addition in December. In the website links there is Jerome Sessini's fantastic Images from his return to Mexico city where he first became a photographer, a grandfather's hidden WW2 photo album - the fascinating story of a photo album documenting life in the Royal Canadian Airforce - found only after the photographer had died and Raymond Depardon photos commissioned by The Sunday Times Magazine to travel to Glasgow for a feature on its rich and poor. The photos he took were never published. All the links and more can be found on the podcast page at https://darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast
In this special September podcast... I take a look back at my trip to Fort William in Scotland from mid-September and choose two... NO... THREE images from the trip. The photos, two from Mallaig and the third from the summit of Ben Nevis, can be found on the Richard Flint Photography Instagram page at https://www.instagram.com/richardflintphoto/ No photography links this month but please check out and follow me on Instagram.
In the August 2020 podcast... The podcast becomes available via Amazon Music, Instagram changes its API rules that cause temporary issues on the website and details about a special podcast coming next month. In the weblinks, we have a collection of 3000 cameras, wet plate collodion images of female skateboarders in California and a photographer captures 'hidden' life with a disability. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast links page at https://darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast/
RFP Podcast: July 2020

RFP Podcast: July 2020

2020-08-1022:55

In the July Podcast: After a decade I make the switch from iPhone to Android but there is a photo app I'll rather miss. I also discuss the rather interesting website I've been building recently. In the photo links, there is a heavy Magnum photo agency theme starting with Paul Fusco's superb photography from Robert Kennedy's funeral train - the Magnum photographer passing away recently at the age of 90. Also on the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, Sumeja Tulic reflects on Magnum Paolo Pellegrin's work on the subject plus Constantine Mano talks about his photography of his native South Carolina. All of the weblinks for the digital content mentioned in the podcasts can be found on the dedicated podcast links page at https://darkerskies.wordpress.com/podcast/
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