A SHOT podcast podcast

A SHOT podcast

Aaron Richter

Each episode of A SHOT podcast asks a photographer to pick one of their images to discuss in depth. We explore the stories behind it, tug at the themes within it and generally overanalyze the hell out of that one single shot.

24 Episódios

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    Ep 023: Pat Martin

    A SHOT podcast speaks with photographer Pat Martin about a photo he took of his biological father after not speaking to him for 10 years. In the conversation, Pat examines his fears and anxieties around making this image, explores the power dynamic inherent in taking someone's picture and considers whether a photo can be enough.See Pat’s photo here.Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going.
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    Ep 022: Josefina Santos

    27:28

    A SHOT podcast speaks with photographer Josefina Santos about a photo she took of a man jumping into a body of water in Colombia. In the conversation, Josefina examines the drive behind her ongoing personal project exploring her mother’s hometown, explores the role of memory in how a story can be told visually and considers the benefit of feeling like an outsider when taking photos.See Josefina’s photo here.Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going.
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    Ep 021: Valerie Chiang

    28:35

    A SHOT podcast speaks with photographer Valerie Chiang about a photo she took of a young woman in the backseat of a New York taxi. In the conversation, Valerie examines how a photograph can elevate the ordinariness of reality, details her process of executing a very specific idea for an image and considers why she's largely abandoned color.See Valerie’s photo here.Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going.
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    Ep 020: Maximilian Virgili

    36:35

    A SHOT podcast speaks with photographer Maximilian Virgili about his portrait of a nonna in Tuscany, Italy, for a Zeit magazine story about wild boar as a culinary delicacy. In the conversation, Maximilian considers how travel helped unlock what he was interested in photographically, reflects on what it means to take a picture of someone that they might not want you to take, and examines why his images so often return to tabletop scenes of dining and drinking.See Maximilian’s photo here.Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going.
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    Ep 019: Elizabeth Weinberg

    37:17

    A SHOT podcast speaks with photographer Elizabeth Weinberg about a photo she took of Sir Patrick Stewart with a pit bull for Playboy magazine. In the conversation, Elizabeth breaks down the importance of maintaining her own lo-fi, spontaneous process on set, examines what an actor can bring to a photo shoot and considers how she’s able to unlock an image by controlling color.See Elizabeth’s photo here.Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going.
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    Ep 018: Justin J. Wee

    37:54

    A SHOT podcast speaks with photographer Justin J. Wee about a photo he took for Bloomberg Businessweek's holiday gift guide this past year. In the conversation, Justin breaks down the laborious process of bringing his concept to life, examines the subversive nature of this image and considers the importance of centering queer and Asian bodies in his work.See Justin’s photo here.Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going.
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    Ep 017: Alexander Saladrigas

    33:31

    A SHOT podcast speaks with fashion photographer Alexander Saladrigas about a photo he took of a model flying a newspaper kite indoors for the luxury department store Nordstrom. In the conversation, Alexander explores conceptualizing and executing an advertising campaign, details the process of how he discovers an image on set and reflects on his ongoing creative collaboration with model and production designer Taja Feistner.See Alexander’s photo here. Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going!
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    Ep 016: Gioncarlo Valentine

    52:00

    A SHOT podcast speaks with photographer Gioncarlo Valentine about an image he took of a mother surrounded by her sons in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In the conversation, Gioncarlo examines the role of death in his work, reflects on his responsibility toward legacy and honor, and considers the impact of creating confrontational images.See Gioncarlo’s photo here.Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going.
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    Ep 015: Natalie Keyssar

    38:00

    A SHOT podcast speaks with photojournalist Natalie Keyssar about an image she took of two young dancers jumping a fence in Caracas, Venezuela. In the conversation, Natalie reflects on the balance between covering history and conveying context, considers the impact that ambiguity can have on how you tell a story and examines the journalistic reckoning that led her to dedicate herself to exploring Venezuela as a long-term project.See Natalie’s photo here.Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going.
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    Ep 014: Todd Cole

    32:40

    A SHOT podcast speaks with photographer Todd Cole about a photo he took of his friend Ryan skateboarding in front of an outer-space background. In the conversation, Todd details his interest in creating a sublime representation of his friend, examines his own turn away from documentation and toward chasing a feeling, and considers the effect of the subconscious mind on photography.See Todd’s photo here.Donate to help keep A SHOT podcast going.

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