Tilt-shift photography is surrounded by a lot of myths. Chris has used tilt-shift lenses for almost 10 years and he just returned from teaching a class on T/S photography in New York City. On this episode Chris shows us how a tilt-shift lens is actually seven lenses in one (actually more), how you get the most out of it and how you can save some $$$ when getting one.
Susannah asks a seemingly simple but really essential question: Are my pictures any good? Chris goes on a deep dive into what makes us appreciate photography and how people choose their criteria to judge photo quality. The goal is to find the answer to the biggest question in photography: What makes a good photo?
When Chris mentioned digitizing negatives using a camera on one of the last episodes, he received lots of feedback and questions. On this long awaited episode Chris finally goes into detail on how to ditch your scanner and start digitizing your negatives and slides using your camera and a cheap light table. Chris looks into the right gear from clamps to tripod heads and all the methods that will make you use this method in no time.