Martin Parr Shot My Portrait
Episode 35 · February 1st, 2019 · 37 mins 9 secs
About this Episode
For this week’s episode, we’re moving to the other side of the camera. Kirk had the opportunity to get his portrait done by world-renowned Magnum photographer Martin Parr. He shares what it was like to be the subject, not the photographer.
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Production Note: We’ve decided to change the frequency of episode releases to fortnightly (every two weeks) due to current commitments we both have.
Remote Scottish Postboxes, by Martin Parr
Britain Through the Eyes of the Photographer Who Knows It Best
The Gucci Timepieces that Appear in Martin Parr’s Photographs Shot Around the World for #timetoparr
Gucci Is Dropping a Super-Limited Book Inspired by Legendary Post-Punk Band New Order
The Last Resort: See photo #21 for the photo of a woman lying on a towel next to heavy machinery.
- Jeff: The Photographer’s Guide to Posing, by Lindsay Adler
- Kirk: ExifTool
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