The TOGCHAT Photography Podcast is listened to by a growing community of photographers and photo enthusiasts in over 100 countries.
Join me each week for exclusive interviews with celebrated photographers from around the globe. Also, behind the scenes interviews with photo industry manufacturers and retailers as well as discussions about photographic techniques, photo news and even the occasional gear conversation.
The TOGCHAT photography podcast is a great way to learn while you are editing, shooting, exercising, cleaning — well you get the picture!
I do hope you’ll join me for the next episode of TOGCHAT and let me help you improve your photography. Remember, your BEST SHOT — it’s your NEXT SHOT — and I want to help you make it a great one.
You have no idea how often I hear this question. The answer is very simple. Videos on YouTube have become a form of entertainment. Fact is, if you watch a video but don’t pick up a camera immediately afterwards to try the technique that you just saw — you aren’t likely to retain the information and you won’t have an experiential memory — which is much stronger than just memorizing something.
Learning with an audio format like a photography podcast forces you to use your imagination. As a photographer, it is important to be able to visualize ideas and concepts so that you can bring them to life in a photograph. Learning via audio allows you to focus (No pun intended) on the important information and not be distracted by cool visuals and music.
Listening to an audio lesson from a photography podcast forces you to engage your imagination and by doing so the experience becomes yours instead of somebody else’s. It brings you a step closer to retaining the information and understanding it — not just memorizing it.
I hope you will give it a try.
The TOGCHAT Photography Podcast began as a photography live stream on YouTube in 2017. It has gone through several tweaks and changes along the way, but in early 2021, I decided to make TOGCHAT — exclusively an audio photography podcast and focus on informative discussions with photo industry leaders. I began a new weekly livestream show on YouTube called The LAST FRAME LIVE, which you can watch every Wednesday evening at 6:00PM ET in the US.
To view previous episodes of the LAST FRAME LIVE – click here.