Photography and image-making technology is reaching out in many new directions at once and at speed. Digital cameras no longer just provide easier ways to make traditional photos. Chris and Ade investigate emerging and future tech that will help us all make new and exciting photographs and images. Cameras, devices, software, hardware - we aim to cover all angles in the pursuit of The Future of Photography.

How do we move photography forward?

26 . 02 . 2020


This week we ask the question - how do we move photography forward? Is it harder today because all images look the same? Is it easier because technology makes tools and learning content so easily avaialble? How should we study? How is that different to years ago? All the team have different experiences and expectations from study and practice. Do we know how we will personally improve? Picks of the week: Magnum photographer [Susan Meiselas]( ), Julian Charrière, Lucy Phelan.

117 Future genres (cat selfies?)

19 . 02 . 2020


What defines a genre? How does a genre come into favour and then fall out again? We can all name some traditional genres - landscape, reportage, street, portrait... but what about new genres like fishface selfies and cat pics. Do genres breed technology or does technology breed genres? All this and more in TFOP this week! Picks of the week: 3StreetGallery, Future cameras, Portraying pregnancy.

116 What’s your favourite subject?

12 . 02 . 2020


In this episode we ask the team what their favourite thing to photograph is... which genre, favourite subject, what do you return to? Has it always been so? Have you gone through different ‘phases’ over the years ? WDTMFTFOP? Well, it's all personal really - and we're all different, which is a great thing! Picks of the week: Terry Jones RIP, Dark Side by Cody Cobb, TFOP Zines (teaser).

firtz - Ein Podcast Publisher

firtz 2.0

Einfach und schnell podcasten mit firtz. Entwickelt von Christian Bednarek um als Podcast Publisher die Welt zu erobern.

Firtz-Designs: QuorX II

Das QuorX-Design wurde von Michael Kaufmann (aka Michael McCouman Jr.) entwickelt.

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