Ep. 48 Photo Year in Review with Reading the Pictures’ Michael Shaw

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Ep. 47 All Things Photobook with Ben Smith

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Ep 46: Talking Sports Photography with Kate Frese

Photojournalist Kate Frese is known for her dynamic photos of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team as well as her music and editorial work. Frese is the first sports photographer we’ve had on the pod and we couldn’t have been more excited to talk to her about all things photography and the current climate of sports photography.

Ep 45: Writer and Editor Brandon Soderberg on covering the opioid crisis

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Ep 44: Photojournalist Julia Rendleman

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Ep 43: Spirit Photography with author Peter Manseau

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Ep 42: Field Notes: The Kids are Alright

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Ep 41: Vox’s Kainaz Amaria on #MeToo in Photojournalism

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Ep 40: International Women’s Media Foundation

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Ep. 39 Nolan Ryan Trowe on shooting while disabled

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Ep 38 Kristen Chick: Sexual Harassment in the Photojournalism Community

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Ep: 37 Laura Beltrán Villamizar

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Ep 36: Kyle Grantham

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Ep: 35 A.D. Coleman and the Myth of Robert Capa

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Ep 34: World Press and Pulitzer Winners with Allen Murabayashi

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Ep: 33 Michele Bogre

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Ep32: Sam Herron

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Ep31: Smita Sharma

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Ep30: Michael A. McCoy

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Ep29: Joseph Rushmore

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