Linus Media Group
Linus Media Group
Oct 23, 2020
Hereditary - The Closest thing to Kubrick?
Play • 1 hr 42 min
Warning: this podcast contains spoilers for BOTH Hereditary and Midsommar, but the Midsommar ones have (brief) spoiler alerts ahead of them. Get Private Internet Access VPN and watch more movies today at    Get 20% OFF + Free International Shipping + 2 FREE Gifts @MANSCAPED at  Twitter: Email:
A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers
A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers
Ben Smith
148 - David Yarrow
David Yarrow was born in 1966 into the Scottish Yarrow shipbuilding dynasty - founded in 1865 by his grandfather, Sir Alfred Yarrow, who had come from humble origins in East London. David took up photography at an early age and as a 20-year-old university undergraduate found himself working as a photographer for The Times on the pitch at the 1986 World Cup Final in Mexico City. On that day, David took the famous picture of Diego Maradona holding the trophy and as a result was subsequently asked to cover the 1988 Winter Olympics, among other events. On his return, David was met with two job offers at the same salary. One was from Getty Images and the other from Nat West bank. To the enormous surprise of the people at Getty, but to the profound delight of his parents, he chose the latter, which led to a successful and lucrative finance career on Wall Street and ultimately building a billion dollar hedge fund. It wasn’t until the mid 2000s, in the aftermath of divorce and the financial crash that David returned to photography. David’s distinctive and immersive black and white images of life on earth have earned him an ever growing following amongst art collectors. His huge works, produced in Los Angeles, are on display in leading galleries and museums across Europe and North America and he is now recognised as one of the best selling fine art photographers in the world with limited edition prints regularly selling for tens of thousands of pounds at auction. In September 2019, Rizzoli published David’s second book with foreword was written by global NFL star Tom Brady and an afterword written by American cultural icon Cindy Crawford. All royalties from this book will be donated to conservation charities Tusk, in the UK and WildAid, in the US. David’s position in the industry has been rewarded with a wide range of advisory and ambassadorial roles and in the spring of 2020, David was appointed a Global Ambassador for Best Buddies – one of America’s most established children’s charities. In 2018 and 2019 David’s work raised over $4.5m for philanthropic and conservation organisations. At Art Miami in December 2019, his photograph _The Wolves of Wall Street_ broke new records. One print, signed by Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese, featuring the real Wolf of Wall Street – Jordan Belfort – sold for $200,000. The proceeds went to conservation NGOs supported by DiCaprio. At the start of 2020, David was in Australia documenting the devastating bush fires that have destroyed communities, wildlife and wildlands. Using the striking and poignant images that he captured of the effects of the fire, Yarrow launched the Koala Comeback Campaign to support the recovery efforts in Australia. As of early June, the campaign has raised $1.4m. In April, during the Covid-19 pandemic, David joined the Art For Heroes campaign, to raise money for the NHS. He released a print – Our Pride – with all proceeds going to HEROES. For every print purchased, David donated an Our Pride print to an NHS worker. The campaign has surpassed its original target of £1m. On episode 148, David discusses, among other things: * Working through the Covid crisis. * Monetization and the moment ‘the penny dropped’ with a picture of a shark. * Lessons learned from _Breaking Bad_. * Avoiding ‘vertical integration’ and the need for FIGJAM. * Why it’s important to keep edition sizes small. * Lessons learned from his mum (a sculptor). * America by definition being a country of entrepreneurs. * The twin filters of authenticity and commerciality. * The Catch-22 of getting gallery representation. * How his lowest point resulted in the picture that changed everything, with the help of two ladders. * When you know you have a good image. * How the idea of bringing animals and people together in the same frame came by accident. * Being exhausted by some areas of ‘wokery’. Referenced: * Willie Nelson * Tom Brady * Ansel Adams * Peter Lik * Andy Warhol * Georgio Armani * Tom Ford * Henri Matisse * Terry O’Neil * Nick Brandt * Cara Delevigne * Chris Hemsworth * Cindy Crawford * Leonardo DiCaprio * Peter Beard * Richard Avedon * Tim Ferriss Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter “In 2021, whatever you do, if you’re a creative in particular, I don’t think you’re excused from being a business person.”
1 hr 29 min
The Third Party: An Apex Legends Podcast
The Third Party: An Apex Legends Podcast
Third Party
Pathfinders Quest Review | SPOILERS | Apex Legends
Welcome back to The Third Party Podcast! Your weekly update on Apex Legends the best battle royale game out there. SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline Toll-Free: 1-800-985-5990 (English and español)  SMS: Text TalkWithUs to 66746  Website: Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery: Offers global community of mutual-support groups, forums including a chat room and message board Alcoholics Anonymous: Offers online support Message thesobeRNurse#6949 on Discord for more information and a great person to talk to Want to support us as creators and get access to tons of exclusive content? We greatly appreciate any support you can give us to continue to put out this content and take this podcast to the next level. PATREON Link: Check out our Merch Drop:* *** Website with Face Reveal:* **** * In this episode of the podcast,* *we are going to be talking about mastering the legends for Fuse and Mirage and answering some questions.  Join our Discord: Fun-filled analysis from two guys that want to talk to you about the best battle royale game out there.  Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @Thirdpartypod Email us questions, comments, legend concepts, and anything involving Apex Legends: Please rate and review. A five-star review guarantees your answer will be questioned. #PlayApex Support the show (
48 min
B&H Photography Podcast
B&H Photography Podcast
B&H Photo & Video
The Ninja—Concert Photography, with Christie Goodwin
Live event and concert photography have obviously been drastically impacted by the global pandemic and related shutdowns. Let’s give a shout-out to all the photographers, musicians, technicians, and crew who have struggled with the loss of that part of their income and craft, but also make time on the B&H Photography Podcast to talk about concert photography as we inch toward a hopeful return to live music and art performances. Today’s guest is Christie Goodwin, a premiere concert and music photographer. She has been the tour photographer for the likes of Taylor Swift and Usher and has shot in venues around the world. She is also the house photographer for the famed Royal Albert Hall in London. Her work is impeccable, and a quick glance at her website features some of the most recognized faces in contemporary music today. With Goodwin we speak on a range of topics, including her goals as a concert photographer based on the needs of the artist, the management team, the venue, or the fans. We also talk about life on tour, the trust necessary to work with musicians, shooting techniques learned from experience, and how she lets a concert “speak to her” as she decides her photographic approach. We also talk briefly about her Canon DSLR cameras and lenses, and about her side hustle, creating conceptual images for book covers, and how this primarily mirrorless endeavor is the yin to her concert photography yang. Join us for this insightful and practical conversation. Guest: Christie Goodwin Photograph: Christie Goodwin
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