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In this Episode…
In this new Q&A segment, Valerie invites Doug Kaye to help answer a listener questions about their workflow, rate of keepers and workshop expectations. They announce the winners of the latest photo challenge and announce a new one.
Guest Co-Host Doug Kaye
Beginning his visual explorations in his father's wet darkroom, Doug earned a degree in theatrical lighting design at U.C. Berkeley in the '60s and studied cinematography at NYU's Graduate Institute of Film and Television in the '70s. In the '80s he began a two-decade hiatus from still photography, then got into digital in 2008. A trip to Kenya convinced him nature photography wasn't for him, and Iceland cured him of his interest in landscape. For the past four years, Doug has focused almost exclusively on street photography, including shooting film (even medium and large format) much of the time. Doug teaches photography locally in San Francisco and online. He leads street-photography workshops in Cuba, which he has visited eight times, and locally in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the co-host and producer of the CameraLabs Cafe gear-review podcast with Gordon Laing.
Links to Doug’s Work
And the Winner Is…
The winner of the BACK contest is Michael Assmann and Chris. They will receive ebook of their choice from our friends are RockyNook!
Doug's fave: a picture by Michael Assmann
Valerie's fave: a picture by Chris
Next Photo Challenge
Environmental portrait with a short story
To participate upload 1 photo in the comment section below by December 12th.