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Oct 24, 2015 03:47 |  #1

Hey all.

Does anyone know of any TV shows and/or documentaries on photography or cameras from any media outlets anywhere in the universe?vmad

I am in Australia and we have Foxtel, but I cant seem to find anything, including Nat Geo. I have searched high and low. Now in our politically correct world of media we seem to have reality TV including everything from how to breed snails to tying shoe laces. But Photography is just not on the radar, in the way it should be.

Does anyone know of anything coming up or on regularly?




  
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Oct 24, 2015 18:56 |  #2

Here in the US we've got an Oregon Public Broadcasting series that is distributed to other public TV stations, I have no idea how many pick it up.

"Travels to the Edge with Art Wolfe".

Wolfe is a Seattle nature/wildlife/cultur​e photographer, the half-hour shows feature him visiting some remote place and talking about what it takes to shoot in these locations. Very little about technique, but I find the series very inspirational, they make me want to go out and shoot!

http://travelstotheedg​e.com/about-the-series/ (external link)

It says there it's syndicated in over 60 countries - Oz?

So far as I know it isn't available online.


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Oct 25, 2015 07:45 |  #3

NatGeo channel had a series this year called "Tales by Light"
Each episode went through the process of how a photographer "got the shot"

Was really good.
I'm sure they will replay it some time in the future - just keep an eye out for it.


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