Following a recent discussion on Flickr, I’ve decided to share a few mini-reviews and links to my favourite photography podcasts I subscribe to in itunes.

In no particular order:

The Candid Frame by Ibarionex Perrello: Each month (ish) Ibarionex interviews a photographer and asked them about what has inspired and influenced their photography.  The photographers are not always interesting to me, but the podcast is well produced, Ibarionex has a great radio voice, and more often or not I get to the end of the show ready to pick up my camera and go shoot something, having been inspired in some way by the interview.

Itunes, Podcast Website

Tips From The Top Floor (TFTTF) by Chris Marquardt: Twice a week Chris releases a podcast which covers a variety of topics; although seems to mostly focus on technique. TFTTF is a lively, friendly short show, and has been a great source of guidance while learning photography.

Itunes, Podcast Website

This Week in Photography: This week in photography is a weekly (dur) show, which tends to focus on the latest products, and most weeks has an interview with a photographer.  If you are looking for new gear, it is worth a listen; and the interviews and sometimes fascinating.

Itunes, Podcast Website

The Art of Photography by Ted Forbes: Ted produces a monthly(ish) podcast, normally about photography techniques.  Each show is professionally produced, and like the title implies, focus’ on the art of photography, not the latest gear.  The shows are only short and each covers a single topic, so it is worth looking back into the archives and downloading a few that appeal.

Itunes, Podcast Website

The Art of Adventure Photography by Bruce Percy: Bruce is a landscape photographer from Scotland.  Each podcast (released monthly until March 2010) is a slideshow with commentary from Bruce.  Simple, but his photos are some of the best.

Itunes, Podcast Website

Other podcasts to try out:

Camera Dojo – Wedding focused, informative but not amazingly produced.

Digital Photography Life – Again, poorly produced, by sometimes covers interesting topics.

The Focus Ring – Infrequent show which features a round table discussion with hosts of other podcasts, including Ibarionex Perrello and Chris Marquardt.

Photofocus – Q&A Show; has some good tips but can be very basic and the show host clearly loves himself.

Do you have any other favourites?  Please share them below.