A Casual Conversation About Photography And Other Things
Many of you may know Ted Forbes from the “Art Of Photography“ YouTube Channel. He and I met at one of the Sony events a few months ago. The Sony events have allowed many of the YouTubers and other content providers to meet face to face and form some friendships.
Ted and I really clicked (no pun) intended. We drank a few beers and had a few discussions on photography and things we had done. While doing so, we thought it would be a great idea to collaborate and do a video together. So, our first video “Why You Will LOVE The New Sony A7III“ was made in Las Vegas. It was quite popular and received a number of hits. Many viewers suggested that we do a second.
The Sony Kando event took place, as you probably know by now, a few weeks ago. Ted and I have again collaborated and created a second video. The new video is “In Photography There Are NO Rules“ . It’s a fun conversation about a number of things but focused on photography, and with an emphasis on rules of photography, or perhaps more accurately, not being afraid to break the rules of photography.
Ted and I feed off each other‘s ideas and opinions, and as usual, we had a great discussion. We will do more of these in the future, and we are even thinking of doing a printing video together. I hope you enjoy our conversation.
P.S. Thank you to Michael Durr for taking care of the video for us.
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