Professional photographer Catherine Hall and overenthusiastic amateur Leo Laporte chat with some of the world's leading and most inspirational image-makers. Learn tips from acclaimed pros as they impart their knowledge of making arresting images through personal anecdotes, real world experience, and a discussion of their favorite toys. The show educates, inspires and empowers photographers of all levels. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
January 25th, 2012
Episode 25 of 53 episodes
Hosts: Catherine Hall and Leo Laporte Flip through Ron Haviv's portfolio and it reads like a powerful lesson of the major conflicts in the history of the late 21st century. From his now-iconic images of the 1989 election of Panama, to the fall of the Berlin Wall, to his exclusive coverage of the civil war in Yugoslavia, the prolific war photographer is undeterred in his noble mission as the "eye of the public" and using his camera as a tool to document the truth. Watch the video to hear Ron discuss gaining access into conflict zones, being taken prisoner 3 times in the line of duty, and decompressing after an intense assignment. Guest: Ron Haviv Don't miss a chance to watch or listen to your favorite photographers - download and subscribe to TWiT Photo podcast on iTunes for free. Ron's Tips 1. Research your stories. 2. Prepare for a multi platform end result. 3. Use your esthetics to create a bond with the viewer and the image. LINKS Ron's Website Ron's Twitter Ron's Facebook Ron's vimeo Follow Catherine on Twitter. You can also check out her blog here. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/photo. Thanks to Cachefly for providing the bandwidth for this podcast. Running time: 53:05
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