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Welcome to a new Q&A and Photo Challenge episode. Guest co-host Chantal Mougel answer listener questions about adding a title to your photographs and doing research before hitting the streets of a new city. We announce the winners of the last photo challenge and announce a new one.
This week my guest co-host is Chantal Mougel. She is the admin and coordinator of the Hit The Streets Worldwide Photowalks group on FB.
Check out the upcoming photo walk in Porto, Portugal hosted by podcast listener José Manual Santos.
Marc McVey: I appreciate that sometimes knowing the equipment, lens, shutter settings, etc can be helpful, but is it really necessary to be supplied with nearly every image as part of the title post? For that matter, do we need to title images or in someway try to steer the audience with words as opposed to simply letting the image speak for itself?
Mark Farrington: What resources do you find useful when researching a new city for a workshop or a day or two of street shooting?
And the winners are...
Chantal picked a photograph by Christof and Valerie picked a photograph by Norman Scobbie. They will both receive an ebook of their choice from our friends at RockyNook.com
Next Challenge: Rain on the Streets
Listen to the show, go out on a rainy day andenter your best shot in the comment section below on or before July 26th. Good luck!