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

http://media.blubrry.com/10fps/p/10fps.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/10FPS-Kainaz-Amaria-RAW.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThis Ep. continues to look a the #MeToo movement in photojournalism with Vox’s Kainaz Amaria.  Her piece can be read here. As Vox Visuals Editor, Kainaz runs an interdisciplinary team specializing in graphics, interactives, photography, data and design. Previously, she was an editor on NPR’s Visual […]

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: 37 Laura Beltrán Villamizar

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EP25: Daniella Zalcman

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EP20: Gabe Dinsmoor

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Ep18 Live at DC Fotoweek

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EP17: Eros Hoagland

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EP16: André Chung

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EP12: Tanya Garcia

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EP10: Gabriela Bulisova and Mark Isaac

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EP8: Clary Estes

http://media.blubrry.com/10fps/p/10fps.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/10FPS-Clary-Estes.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS    What is it like to live with the people you photograph, in a country that is not your own? Clary Estes discusses long term documentary work. Clary Estes was born and raised in Kentucky and is currently living internationally and working on a variety of […]

EP6: Matt Roth

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EP5: Shan Wallace

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EP4: Jennifer Bishop

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EP3: Theo Anthony

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EP2: Staff Sgt. Kenny Holston

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