Continuing our diversification towards becoming a podcast run by photographers rather than a photography podcast, Hamish and I caught up with Bellamy Hunt of JCH about his recent SIBO diagnosis (it’s not a made-up acronym) and how it’s affecting his life. Hamish finds five minutes to talk about photography before getting distracted and I talk […]
Recorded on April 6th, Hamish and I managed to fill an hour and a half with reflections on episode 10, how we’re…
Recorded on February 7th, Hamish and I managed to fill an hour and forty minutes with pure photography talk. No commentary on society, politics, nothing but photography. We think it’s a first but can’t really be bothered to go back and listen to the last eight episodes to confirm. Yes, the latest Hypersensitive Photographers Podcast […]
Traditional photographic processes require forethought, preparation and involvement on the part of the photographer. To demonstrate this, I made crumpets from scratch and then made cyanotypes using them. Because, obviously.
We got new mics…but didn’t understand the enormity of our incompetence and ended up recording the respective “other side” to our conversation while recording this month’s episode.
Lots and lots to cover in this episode, the least of all being crumpets and my current obsession with them.
I took a short holiday to rest my weary soul and as fate would have it, bumped into Hamish in a pub in London.
As a bit of a make-up episode for the shambles that was a poorly considered “April Fools” joke, Hamish and I talk about bad April Fools Day jokes (naturally), responsibility, respect of creative ownership, trolling and burned shoulder of
This very special extended and-only-coincidentally-released-on-April-1st episode of the HPP features a little over an hour of insight and inspiration mostly driven by Bellamy over at Japan Camera Hunter.
We talk about internet trolls, the value of clear photographic intent
We’ve reached the heady heights of our second official episode and this runaway holding tank* is showing no signs of stopping.
Hamish and I talk about the MAYA darkroom timer, the redevelopment of the analogue photography hardware industry, my
The “0” before the “1” in the title anticipating a run into the double digits should strike fear in the hearts of everyone reading this.
Back in June 2018, I received a Facebook message from that bloke Hamish Gill. It simply read, “We should do a sporadic podcast”. I should have stopped him there.