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02 - William Henry Fox Talbot (João de Medeiros) by Outerfocus Podcast
“If your pictures aren't good enough, you aren't close enough.” - Robert CapaFalling Soldier, Spain - 1936 Robert CapaThis week we are joined by, Ben Smith. Some of you may know Ben from the Small Voice Podcast, which is very excellent in its own right, but he’s also a documentary, portrait and lifestyle photographer shooting commercial work, editorial commissions and long-term personal projects. He has been commissioned by the likes of, The Sunday Times, Time Out, Marie Claire, Melody Maker and a number of corporate brand such as, Glaxo SmithKline and EMI music. We talk to Ben about his photography career, his podcast, and what he’s working on now. This was an insightful and interesting conversation. It’s about persistence, failure and just getting on with it!  Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
“The personality of the photographer, his approach, is really more important than his technical genius” - Lee MillerRichard Kalvar. London - 2015Happy New year to you all. I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and are all bloated from wine and cheese. Just like me. There are some new things on the horizon for Outerfocus, and I hope this year will be even better than last year. It was a good one, considering it was our first. A big thank you to everyone that has made donations to the podcast and to everyone who purchased the fundraising calendar. Your support is duly noted, and your hard earned cash is being invested back into the podcast so we can make it bigger and better.Talking of bigger and better, this week we are blessed with the presence of the one and only, Richard Kalvar: member of Magnum since the mid seventies and all round good egg. It was photographers like Richard that helped me to see the artistry in photography, that made me understand that photography was as expressive a medium as any other, and that you didn’t have to take it all too seriously. This not only changed my perception of what photography was, but fundamentally changed me as a human being. Hopefully for the better. Richard tells us about his move to Paris in the 60’s for an acting job, his travels around Europe and how he became a photographer. This is the photograph that he mentioned, the one where he realised he was actually onto something.Richard Kalvar. Paris - 1966If you haven’t already, go check out his book, Earthlings. It’s a master class in observation and humour. Richard also has a Photofile book being released soon.Photographer of note this week is, Lee Miller: Model, Fashion Photographer, Photojournalist, War Correspondent, Portrait Photographer, Surrealist and all round Bad Ass. Get it in your ears!Ian’s LinksWebsiteSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
An original is a creation motivated by desire. Any reproduction of an original is motivated by necessity. To create is divine, to reproduce is human.” - Man RaySleeping Woman 1929 - Man RayThe amazing, and very wonderful, Outerfocus 2019 calendar is now available! 12 of our guests from 2018 have kindly contributed photographs. Including:Martin Parr, David Carol, Niki Boon, Paris Visone & Steven Bollman, to name but a few. Get your hands on some beautiful photographs and help to support the podcast. We’ll love you forever! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
“None. They should just go out and photograph and stop talking about it. That’s the only way they are going to find themselves. They can’t do it in their heads – they have to go out and do it in the camera and get it on film” - Berenice Abbott - when asked is she had any gems of wisdom for the photographer today, Professional Photographer's Survival Guide by Charles E. RotkinOur guest this week is London-based photographer, Matt Stuart. Best known as a “street photographer,” (or “photographer” which is the preferred term), Matt told us how his former life as a skater and working in a call centre prepared him for a career in photography. We didn’t spend much time discussing Berenice Abbott, - or Walker Evans, or Helen Levitt or Robert Frank - but take a look at her work which spanned portraiture of avant-garde artists, the modernising spaces of New York City, to representations of scientific concepts. As always, if you like what we do please share our podcast with your friends, leave us a review and/or rating on iTunes, and get involved in the Outerfocus Chit Chat group on Facebook.You can now support the podcast by using the, Support the Podcast, button on our home page. All donations will go to advertising and hosting so we can grow our audience and keep the podcast alive.And lastly, the Outerfocus 2019 calendar will be available soon. Featuring photographs from:Martin Parr, Niki Boon, David Carol, Ed Templeton, to name but a few! Matt’s LinksWebsiteInstagramFacebookIan’s LinksWebsiteInstagramIan Weldon - Photography EducationBradley’s Links:WebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitterMusic - Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
You made through another two weeks. That means we’re two weeks closer to things getting back to normal. I hope you are all doing well and finding your own methods for not going completely mad. I think I’m starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel……..This week I talk with the very wonderful, Lauren MaccabeeAndrew Scott (aka Sexy Preist) © Lauren MaccabeeLauren is a London based photographer, who shoots fashion, lifestyle and documentary. Her work is notable for the crossover between portraiture and fashion, with a focus on youth culture. With a strong interest in the colour and narrative, Lauren’s work........Full show notes and links at - https://www.outerfocuspodcast.com/podcast/2020/5/29/outerfocus-59-lauren-maccabeeSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
Welcome to the Outerfocus Podcast!I'm still loaded with cold, but I have been very brave and have soldiered on as to not disrupt your listening pleasure. I know, right?  Please forgive my sniffling. I have edited out all of the ear piercing sneezes through........This week we welcome Spencer Lum a Brooklyn based photographer and founder of 5 West Studios providing wedding photography services; and Ground Glass, a blog that focuses on the business side of photography. We hear Spencer discuss his views on the photography industry including a little about what has changed for him, as well as discussing his first photography books.History of photography this week focuses on British/Italian photographer Felice Beato, also known as Felix. He was known to be one of the first photojournalists and war photographers, spending much of his in East Asia. We discuss his work produced during the Second Opium War, his Samurai photographs, as well as the time he spent in Japan, where he was also known to set up several businesses. Links:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felice_Beatohttps://www.loc.gov/search/?q=Felice+Beato&sp=1Guest Links: http://www.spencerlum.comhttp://ground-glass.comhttp://5weststudios.comHost Links:https://www.outerfocuspodcast.cominfo@outerfocuspodcast.comBradley Hansonhttps://www.bradleyhanson.comhttps://www.facebook.com/bradleyhansonphotographyhttps://www.instagram.com/bradleyhansonphotography/https://twitter.com/bradleyhansonIan Weldonhttp://ianweldon.comhttps://www.instagram.com/not_wedding_photography/https://www.facebook.com/Ian-Weldon-Photography-124854627581367/Books:Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
Welcome back to the Outerfocus podcast!I did say that you could expect a new one early March but I thought it fitting to get this one out today. Especially as Iain has a book signing at the Photographers Gallery this Thursday, 27th, 6pm - 8pm.Full show notes and links at - www.outerfocuspodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
There is global pandemic, which means I have a little more time on my hands to get some conversations recorded. Every cloud…..Welcome to Outerfocus 55 with Poly Rusyn©Polly RusynPolly  is a London-based freelance photographer and street photography workshop teacher with a background in the travel industry. Polly’s work has been exhibited internationally at a number of street photography festivals, published in National Geographic Traveller (2019) and featured in Digital Photographer magazine (2019). She was a finalist at both the Miami Street Photography Festival (2018) and PhoS Festival in Sofia (2019), and her work........Full show notes and links at - outerfocuspodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
This week we open up the floor to your questions, which we haphazardly, and long windedly, try to answer. And to be fair, this is only our opinion based on the experience we have. Some of you might agree, some of you might not. That’s the point. It’s just conversation and posing ideas - there is no right or wrong, it’s all open to interpretation……..We only get through about 4 or 5, but plan to do some more episodes like this in the future so please keep sending them - info@outerfocuspodcast.com or message us through the facebook group. We don’t want this podcast to be a standard, run-of-the-mill, what’s expected podcast. The point is to learn, and grow, and have fun. Maybe we’ll do a drunk episode!A couple more things:1. You can now support the podcast! Hurrah!There is a 'SUPPORT THE PODCAST' button right below the header image on our landing page. If you'd like to help out then head over to the website and start splashing your moolar. Your support is greatly appreciated.Your generous donations will be poured back into the production of the podcast, advertising and website. We can't thank you enough for your support, and the least we can do is give you a shout out.Thank you, you sexy bastards!2. Ratings and reviews.If you are a fan of the podcast please head over to iTunes and leave a rating and a review. It helps us with visibility and ultimately, reaching a wider audience, will allow us to carry on with the podcast. You can leave a review on the facebook page too, share with your friends, and get involved in the conversation over in the podcast group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1871271923164914/Ian’s LinksWebsiteInstagramIan Weldon - Photography EducationBradley’s Links:WebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitterMusic - James William NicholsonThank you for listening, see you in two weeks!Ian & BradleySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
Welcome to the Outerfocus Podcast!This week things seem to be coming along nicely, so nicely in fact that we could talk all day with our episode 3 guest! Joining us from San Francisco we have Steven Bollman.Steven gives us an insight into his photography, his views on the current industry and what he has going on now, including how his new book came about and some insight into its contents and making. Our history of photography focuses on, Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah Johnson Hawes, hailed as first great American masters of photography, We discuss the pair as artists, daguerreotypes, their ideology and their impact on photography. Links:Southworth & Hawes Daguerreotype Marcus Aurelius Roor Laura Bridgman Photo Steven Bollman, gallery of his dadGuest Links:http://www.stevenbollman.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Steven-Bollman-Photographyhttps://www.instagram.com/stevenbollman/http://www.f8books.comHost Links:Bradley Hansonhttps://www.bradleyhanson.comhttps://www.facebook.com/bradleyhansonphotographyhttps://www.instagram.com/bradleyhansonphotography/https://twitter.com/bradleyhansonIan Weldonhttp://ianweldon.comhttps://www.instagram.com/not_wedding_photography/https://www.facebook.com/Ian-Weldon-Photography-124854627581367/Music - James William Nicholson Thank you for listening, see you next Wednesday!Ian & BradleySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
01 - Daguerre & Niépce by Outerfocus Podcast
“There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept” Ansel AdamsWelcome to the Outerfocus Podcast!Joining us this week we have British photographer Paul Rogers. During his time studying physics at university, Paul started his photography journey working for a student newspaper, we find out how this led to studying Documentary Photography in Cardiff, and working for several high profile newspapers in the UK. We also hear about his transition into shooting weddings and why, as well as his take on the industry today.Carleton Watkins is the focus of our History of Photography section. Born in 1829 in New York Watkins later moved to California where he later became involved in photography. We discuss his work on Yosemite Valley, a little about the photographic process he used and the sad demise of his career and personal life.Links:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carleton_Watkinshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StereoscopyPaul RogersWebsiteInstagramEducationHost Links:https://www.outerfocuspodcast.cominfo@outerfocuspodcast.comBradley Hansonhttps://www.bradleyhanson.comhttps://www.facebook.com/bradleyhansonphotographyhttps://www.instagram.com/bradleyhansonphotography/https://twitter.com/bradleyhansonIan Weldonhttp://ianweldon.comhttps://www.instagram.com/not_wedding_photography/https://www.facebook.com/Ian-Weldon-Photography-124854627581367/Books:Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
“Photography can light up darkness and expose ignorance” - Lewis HineThis week we are joined by New York based photographer, Jonathan Higbee. We hear how Jonathan started his photography journey as a travel photographer and writer at a print magazine, and how he became a street photographer after moving to New York. We also discuss his work, and touch on how he made a career from shooting street, despite some pessimistic views from others. Jonathan also gives us an insight into photographers who have inspired him, as well as his favourite photography book and more.As part of our history of photography section we take a closer look at Lewis Hine. Born in 1940 (I'm pretty sure it's 1874 Louise...hahahaha. Louise Martin does our show notes and obviously is having an off day. Pointed out by Joao, thanks mate!) Hine was an American sociologist and photographer known for his part in changing child labor laws in the US. We discuss his work, and his career which involved photographing immigrants arriving in America.Links:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_HineMOMAInternational Photography Hall of FameGuest Links: https://www.jonathanhigbee.comhttps://www.instagram.com/aliveisthecity/Host Links:https://www.outerfocuspodcast.cominfo@outerfocuspodcast.comBradley Hansonhttps://www.bradleyhanson.comhttps://www.facebook.com/bradleyhansonphotographyhttps://www.instagram.com/bradleyhansonphotography/https://twitter.com/bradleyhansonIan Weldonhttp://ianweldon.comhttps://www.instagram.com/not_wedding_photography/https://www.facebook.com/Ian-Weldon-Photography-124854627581367/Books:Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
’When I first became interested in photography I thought it was the whole cheese, my idea was to have it recognised as one of the fine arts. Today I don’t give a hoot in hell about it, the mission of photography is to explain man to man and each man to himself, and that is no mean function.’’ Edward Steichen Welcome to the Outerfocus Podcast!This week we are joined by street photographer, Melissa Breyer from New York. We chat to Melissa about her career journey delving into how and why she went from painting student to photographer. We also hear about Melissas writing and managing editor role at Treehugger as well as details about her upcoming book.With a packed show last week, we decided to look more a bit more at Edward Steichen. Born in Luxembourg in 1879, and later emigrating to America Steichen was known not only for being one of the first modern fashion photographers, but was also known for opening the Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession, later to be known as 291 with Alfred Stieglitz. We take a look at his early life, his work and more. Links:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_SteichenF1 Photographer using 4x5 View cameraGuest Links:http://www.melissabreyer.comhttps://www.instagram.com/melbreyer/https://www.treehugger.com/author/melissa-breyer/Host Links:https://www.outerfocuspodcast.cominfo@outerfocuspodcast.comhttps://www.instagram.com/f8kym/New York - Saul Leiter  (Louis Vuitton)<-------click book for purchase infoSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
We’re back! It has been a busy few weeks over here and the podcast, unfortunately, has taken a bit of a back seat. I’m on it, though, and normal service is resumed. If not a little rusty!So welcome, to Outerfocus 49 with Ashly Stohl.Ashly is a photographer from LA and co-founder or Peanut Press, (along with previous guest, David Carol).She was a finalist in the 11th Julia Margaret Cameron awards, has work held in collections at the International Centre of Photography and..........Full show notes at - www.outerfocuspodcast.com Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
I always like the conversations I have for the podcast to sound like just that, conversations. Sometimes it’s difficult to relax into it because of nerves, from myself and from the guest, but overall I think it’s the most natural way to find out about other photographers. It’s not necessarily about the work itself. I found my voice by understanding photographers, and relating to photographers, and I hope that this approach will do the same for you.  This week’s episode is probably one of my favourites to date. I like Graeme’s attitude and that reflects in his work. It’s honest, and what more can we ask for in photography. Welcome to the Outerfocus Podcast!© Graeme Oxby - The Kings of EnglandFull Show notes at outerfocuspodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
Welcome to the Outerfocus Podcast!The recording of this episode is a bit odd, mostly because I have no idea what I’m doing, yet. If you are listening through headphones, I’m in one ear and Bradley has an echo. Just giving you a heads up and I assure you it will get better for the next episode. It had to go out like this, because I wasn’t going to record it again! I remember when I used to try and record music, my singing and guitar playing, I’d have everything perfect, hit the record button and it would all go to shit. We’ll that's kinda what happened here. I’ve never interviewed anyone before, never headed up a talk show and man it’s a bit scary. In right at the deep end!We didn’t expect it to be perfect, we just wanted to get started.The idea of Outerfocus is to provide you with a no nonsense straight talking account of the photography industry, without the seriousness and ass kissing.In this episode we interview one another to give you an introduction to who we are, what we do and why we do it, as well as a brief insight to what inspired us to pursue our passion for photography.We also discuss some photography history, looking back at where it all began approximately 180 years ago with Louis Dauguerre and Joseph Nicéphore Niépce, and the first viable photographic process.What’s ridiculous in the photography industry this week? The Light L16 Camera, that’s what - part ultimate travel gear, part spy gear…..apparently.Links:https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/tlbt/hd_tlbt.htm- Fox Talbothttp://www.photo-museum.orghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Daguerrehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicéphore_Niépcehttps://light.co/cameraHost Links:Bradley Hansonhttps://www.bradleyhanson.comhttps://www.facebook.com/bradleyhansonphotography/?pnref=lhchttps://www.instagram.com/bradleyhansonphotography/Ian Weldonhttp://ianweldon.comhttps://www.instagram.com/not_wedding_photography/https://www.facebook.com/Ian-Weldon-Photography-124854627581367/Music - James William Nicholson - www.facebook.com/jamesnicholsonmusic/Thank you for listening, see you next Wednesday!Ian & BradleySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
Welcome to the Outerfocus Podcast!So this week we seem to have resolved recording issues from last week - hooray! We also have a guest joining us for the ride so a warm welcome to Joao de Medeiros hailing from Portugal.We hear Joao delve into his take on photography, where he began, why wedding photography? and his future in photography as well as his take on the past, present and future of the industry. This weeks history of photography focuses on William Henry Fox Talbot, or shall we say ‘Foxy’ and we discuss the Calotype, as well as a few facts and insights on the history of Fox Talbot.Links:William EgglestonVictor Hamke (Muse & Mirror) Hasselbald Masters 2018Chuck CloseChuck Close - A Couple of Ways of Doing SomethingDye Transfer Printing Elliot Erwitt Fox TalbotCalotypeLens BallGuest Links:http://www.joaomedeirospamelaleite.comhttps://www.facebook.com/JoaoMedeiros.PamelaLeite/https://www.instagram.com/joaomedeiros.pamelaleite/Host Links:Bradley Hansonhttps://www.bradleyhanson.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
"There is still a misunderstanding on the subject of the straight print, as opposed to the modified print. Some champions of pure photography, as it is called, will even deny that a modified print is a photograph at all. For my part, I believe that if the X deposit forming an image is built up by the action of light, under the shadow of another image, transparent, and also due to light action, the result must be a photograph, whatever modifications the photographer has thought proper to introduce amongst the relative proportions of the deposit" - Robert DemachyWelcome to the Outerfocus podcast!This week we are joined by Argentinian photographer, Facundo Santana.  Although Facu shoots weddings he is also a great street photographer, and we discuss why shooting the street can better inform wedding photography.  English isn't Facu's first language and he has been learning by watching movies, reading books, and listening to the Outerfocus podcast (haha he's learning English from me! Some weird Geordie/Argentinian hybrid going on there)That said, he did a great job as it's difficult enough to learn a new language, let alone express ideas and concepts. Facu has agreed to write a guest post for the Outerfocus website to try and explain a little better his ideas around the benefit or practicing street photography. History this week is, Robert Demachy, and we talk about his processes, approach to the medium and his involvement with Stieglitz's Photo Secession. We also discuss his frustration with the conservative views of other photographers of the day and how that same issue is alive and well even to this day. Correction: I mention Julia Margaret Cameron as a photographer who went the ideals of Stieglitz and the Photo Secession. My apologies. It was, of course, Gertrude Käsebier.Facundo Santana Linkshttp://www.facundosantana.com/https://www.instagram.com/facusantana/?hl=enHost Links:https://www.outerfocuspodcast.cominfo@outerfocuspodcast.comhttps://www.instagram.com/f8kym/Bradley Hansonhttps://www.bradleyhanson.comhttps://www.facebook.com/bradleyhansonphotographyhttps://www.instagram.com/bradleyhansonphotography/https://twitter.com/bradleyhansonIan Weldonhttp://ianweldon.comhttps://www.instagram.com/not_wedding_photography/https://www.facebook.com/Ian-Weldon-Photography-124854627581367/Books:Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
So, in between all of my fancy pants exhibition and talk and book signing and tequila drinking shenanigans I managed to get a conversation recorded with, Zalmy Berkowitz. I asked about interesting wedding photographers in our facebook group - outerfocus chit chat - and Zalmy’s name came up a couple of times. I had a look at his work and was pleasantly surprised. His work is actually interesting. A lot of wedding photography that I see may be good, technically, but there’s not much behind that. With Zalmy’s photographs you are transported to a time, a place, and get a peak into a different world.They are very real, and full of personality. Full show notes at - outerfocuspodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
Mahesh Shantaram is also not a wedding photographer. And I like that. © Mahesh Shantaram - from MatrimaniaWell, I liked it after I got over the fact that my own book, about weddings, wasn’t the first published by the actual hired wedding photographer. I write the rest of this with a slightly grump demeanour.Martin Parr sent me a link to Mahesh’s work with the subject as - Some competition? I was a little curious to say the least. After seeing some of his work, and liking it very much, I emailed to see if he’d like to have a conversation for the podcast. In the ensuing emails and conversations I discovered that Mahesh was going through some issues with a project he’s working on, among other things, and that it was all part of a wider issue which deals with the vilification of artist, and the society imposed boundaries that they are expected work within, as to not offend anyone. We really only scratch the surface of a couple of topics in this conversation and we probably could have gone on for hours. Maybe there will be a part 2 one day. Until then, I very much hope that you enjoy this conversation.Full show notes at - www.outerfocuspodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
“The secret of photography is, the camera takes on the character and personality of the handler” Walker EvansWelcome to the Outerfocus Podcast!This week we are delighted to welcome British documentary photographer, Martin Parr. We dive straight in and find out what Martin has recently been working on, and hear about the former Magnum Presidents new venture, The Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol. We discover how the foundation was born, what it is, and its vision for the future.  Martin tells us how he first got introduced to photography by his Grandfather at the age of 13/14 and about his career so far, including how he became a member of Magnum, and didn’t, and then did again, and his slight run in with Henri Cartier-Bresson...... Keep up to date with all talks, exhibitions, events and news from the Martin Parr Foundation, by signing up to the newsletter - HERE History of photography this week focuses on Walker Evans. Born in 1903, Evans was an American photojournalist known for his work documenting the effects of the Great Depression, and bodies of work such as American Photographs. We look at his early life, his work and the impact his photography has had on others.Links:Metropolitan Museum of Art Wikipedia Guest Links:Martin Parr WebsiteThe Martin Parr FoundationMagnum Photos - Martin Parr Books:Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
Martin Parr presents this very special episode of Outerfocus. Yes, you read that right. © Ian WeldonWith my exhibition, I Am Not A Wedding Photographer, opening today - 26th June 2019 - we thought it fitting I be interviewed for an episode of Outerfocus. And, as The Martin Parr Foundation are hosting the exhibition and have co-published my book with RRB Photobooks we thought it fitting Martin be the host. Full Show notes at - www.outerfocuspodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
This week Outerfocus welcomes the very excellent, Niall McDiarmid.Born in Scotland, now living in London, Niall is a documentary photographer focusing on the people and landscape of Britain. I first came to Niall’s work through his exhibition, Town to Town, at the Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol and instantly became a fan. His striking portraits, keen observation and familiar landscapes are building a picture of what it means to British in our time. We talk books - including his own - his process, exhibitions and what he is working on now. Niall's portraits are held by the Martin Parr Foundation, the Museum of London, the National Portrait Gallery and the Sir Elton John Photographic Collection. It’s a doozy!Our continued support comes from the very excellent PicDrop. A file transfer service like no other. If you are sending digital files to clients, I’ve not used a better service.Full screen galleries on desktop and mobile devices, image rating, commenting, management and download. I’ve found PicDrop to be invaluable on collaborative projects, and my clients are loving the more personal experience it gives them. You can get 3 month of FREE PicDrop by using the code - outerfocus - on sign up, or by clicking on the link below. It’s an absolute no-brainer.GET 3 MONTHS OF PICDROP PREMIUM FOR FREEFull show notes - https://www.outerfocuspodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/outerfocuspodcast)
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Jan 24th, 2018
Latest Episode
Mar 20th, 2020
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58
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