Our newest podcast is now available via iTunes or direct download. In this episode, our host Matthew Fletcher discusses:
- Taking photos from a kayak
- What’s new at photonaturalist.net
- Pros and cons of digiscoping
- Light-weight solutions for long hiking trips
- Nikon D5000 Service Advisory
- Release of Filter Forge Freepack 2
- Software for stitching photos
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Thanks to all those who sent in questions, and although we don’t answer them all in this episode, we may get a chance to answer them in a future episode (or write an article about it). So, stay tuned, and keep sending us your questions!
Photos from Matthew’s kayak trip
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About the Host: Matthew Fletcher has been a naturalist for over 30 years and is a self described “Tasmanian Devil.” Born in Tasmania, Australia, he has lived and worked in seven countries on three continents. Photography has always been a passion, and has enabled him to share his experiences through his images. These days you can find Matthew ‘down under’ hiking through the Tasmanian bush, so if you see him, stop & say G’Day.
Jillian Wilson says
I’ve downloaded the podcast on taking photos from your kayak but can only hear the voice, not the video itself. Any ideas? Yes I do have iTunes and it loaded in there. I can hear it from there.
Steve Berardi says
@Jillian – the podcast is actually just audio this time. We’re looking into including the photos in the podcast, but it’s unlikely we’ll have video any time soon. Sorry for the confusion!
Zack Jones says
Funny you should blog about this podcast. I listened to it yesterday while driving from North Carolina back to South Carolina. Something I would like to see is a page or blog post list this one for each podcast so we could see the photos mentioned without having to do a whole lot of hunting around for it.
BTW, July is just about over so don’t forget about that equipment post. 🙂
Steve Berardi says
@Zack – Good idea about the podcast page.. will have to add it to my to do list. and, don’t worry, I’ve been working on the gear guide this week.. plan to release first draft next monday 🙂
Enjoyed listening about the Woody Island trip-Thanks for sharing! Great photos too – Those Cormorants are gorgeous. I have only known of the Double-Crested in the past.