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Pro Imaging Podcasts

   

IntroProfessional photographers share their techniques and ideas for making extraordinary pictures. Join them as they describe life behind the lens.

Episodes

Damaso Reyes: Photography as a Bridge

  Duration: 10 minutes
Explore Damaso Reyes' journey from street shots to photojournalism and documentary photography, and how he relies on KODAK Film to create images that transcend time.
    

Steve McCurry: Change is good

  Duration: 8 minutes
Steve McCurry originally wanted to be a film maker, after 30 years of photographing he realizes this was a good change. Steve talks to us about his career as a photographer and his migration from KODACHROME to EKTACHROME film
    

Discovering New Places with Peter Guttman

Duration: 8 minutes
Peter talks to us about his travels around the world discovering new, exotic destinations and people to photography as well as his passion with KODACHROME and EKTACHROME film.
    

Jocelyn Bain Hogg

  Duration: 8 minutes
Jocelyn Bain Hogg juxtaposes the starkness of black and white, shot with Kodak Tri-X film against the vibrancy of color, using Kodak color negative films, to present a fully rounded exploration of his subjects.
    

Michael Crouser

  Duration: 9 minutes
When Michael Crouser picks up a camera, he's out to capture a sense of timelessness. Kodak Tri-X film helps capture the look he wants.
    

Kwaku Alston

  Duration: 8 minutes
Celebrity photography is more than getting a star to smile. Kwaku Alston shares techniques and insights on getting great portrait photos.
    

Bob McNeely

  Duration: 9 minutes
Bob McNeely accompanied President-elect Barack Obama in the days leading up to and just after his historic Inauguration as the 44th President of the United States.
    

Ben Fernandez

  Duration: 8 minutes
Ben Fernandez is a photojournalist at the center of the civil rights movement and took many of the iconic images of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    

Amy Postle

  Duration: 6 minutes
Amy Postle pushes the boundaries of her art by evoking passion, beauty and emotion with color and black and white films.
    

Pep Bonet

  Duration: 13 minutes
Award-winning photographer Pep Bonet shares his haunting experiences and photos from his multiple journeys to capture the genocide in Darfur and the efforts of aid workers to relieve the suffering.
    
Jeff liao

Jeff Liao

  Duration: 10 minutes
Photographer Jeff Liao explored today's working-class New York City for his book, Habitat Seven. Jeff talks about his use of large-format color film to create his detailed images. Learn more.
    
Liz Gilbert

Liz Gilbert

  Duration: 12 minutes
Go beyond a safari with photographer Liz Gilbert as she explores the people and places of the African continent.
    

Kodak's New T-MAX 400 Film

  Duration: 32 minutes
Listen as Dennis Hays interviews Photographer John Sexton and Kodak's Scott DiSabato on Kodak's new T-MAX 400 film. Further information available about our Kodak Professional black and white films are available here.
    

Portra Films

  Duration: 21 minutes
Join Dennis Hays as he interviews Kodak's Scott DiSabato on the recent advances of Portra films. Further information available about our Kodak PORTRA films are available here.
    

John Sexton

  Duration: 11 minutes
John Sexton, one of America's most admired photographers, shares his passion for black and white photography over digital. You can also view more photographs and a Q & A session with John on Kodak's A Thousand Words blog.
    

Pep Bonet

  Duration: 8 minutes
Join award-winning photographer Pep Bonet as he talks about his photographic experiences in Darfur, Sierra Leone, and Somalia.
    

Chris Usher: One of Us

  Duration: 9 minutes
Travel with photographer Chris Usher as he shares the stories of survivors of Hurricane Katrina.