Exposed DC's Noe Todorovich came by Heartcast Media Studios to discuss Gordon Park's seminal photo American Gothic. Parks was an iconic African American photo who captured race relations, and was best known for his work directing the movie Shaft. Afterwards, Noe and Geoff Livingston discuss ExposedDC's annual photo contest and some past winners, and her own fine art photography.
Richard Binhammer of Binhammer Photographs was in town and stopped by Heartcast Media Studios to discuss Robert Frank and his incredibly influential photography book The Americans. We then talked about Richard's ongoing project Roadside America, infrared photography and then chatted about PhotoNexus in Santa Fe this July.
Snap DC Author Angela Pan joins Geoff Livingston for this fun episode discussing landscapes. And if you are talking landscapes, then you need to discuss Ansel Adams. Angela and Geoff dive in and discuss Ansel's lasting impact into the digital age, and then Angela's own experiences photographing Washington, DC and the National Mall. The two then go on to discuss travel photography.
Focus on the Story Founder Joe Newman joins Geoff Livingston for episode 3 of the Show Me Podcast, where the two discuss why the Colin Kaepernick photo used by Nike for the Just Do It Campaign was so much more successful than the GQ Cover shot taken during the exact same shoot by Martin Schaller. The two then go on to discuss storytelling via photography in Cuba, the Trump Inauguration, and the 2019 Focus on the Story Click DC photo festival.
Copyright lawyer John Mason joins Geoff Livingston for a conversation about Huawei and Apple, and how they use photography -- perhaps in an illegal fashion -- to promote their smartphones. John and Geoff go on to discuss copyright law as it applies to photography.
Former director of White House Photography and photojournalism pioneer Sharon Farmer joins Geoff Livingston for a fascinating discussion about photographing United States Presidents. Sharon Farmer led the Clinton White House with its photography, and was the first African American and first woman in her position serving the President.