Be It Me Not You - The Photography Podcast

Be It Me Not You - The Photography Podcast

By Be it Me Not You
Be It Me Not You - The Photography Podcast is an educational podcast for photographers on tips and tricks, history, tech and more from the freelance photographer Michael John Burgess
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Rise And Fall Of Kodak
I talk about the rise and fall of kodak
31:43
March 27, 2020
The Best Photography Camera Apps
This is where I talk about some of the best photography camera apps for phones and tablets
42:17
March 20, 2020
15 Famous Street Photographers
This is where I talk about the world 15 most famous street photographers
27:23
March 13, 2020
Canon Conspiracy Theory
This is where I talk about the canon conspiracy theory
09:53
March 6, 2020
What Is ISO
This is where I give a quick explanation of what IOS is in photography
18:35
February 28, 2020
How Instagram Changed Photography
This is where I talk about how Instagram changed photography in my opinion 
28:06
February 21, 2020
JPG VS RAW What We Should Use And Why
This is where I talk about the differences between JPG and RAW and why we should use one over the other
14:06
February 14, 2020
An Introduction To Photography
This is where I give you a breath introduction to photography
22:31
February 7, 2020
Coming soon
This is the introduction To The Podcast
03:34
January 31, 2020
Will Coppa kill the internet
Will Coppa kill the internet, here's my option and how you can help Readable PDF on the law https://www.ftc.gov/system/files/2012-31341.pdf How To Contact Twitter: https://twitter.com/FTC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/federaltradecommission Website: https://www.ftc.gov/contact and https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2019/07/25/2019-15754/request-for-public-comment-on-the-federal-trade-commissions-implementation-of-the-childrens-online The Paragraph Dear FTC members,  I am a (content creator/viewer/parent). I would urge you to rethink the current rules and how vague they are. Just because a percentage of the children watching a genre are children doesn't mean you have an obligation to remove all forms of personalization. Watching this content, I would prefer targeted ads that show my actual interests rather than random car or horror film ads. Leave the parenting to parents who make the decision to give their child access to YouTube. If this decision goes through, family-friendly content on YouTube will suffer and families will suffer for it. Content creators do their best to create great content and threatening legal action against individuals over the opinion of "child appealing" is excessive.  Please don't ruin one of the most important websites on the internet to me. Change.org Petition https://www.change.org/p/youtubers-and-viewers-unite-against-ftc-regulation?recruiter=45644740&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_abi&recruited_by_id=ec7d1e90-7a9a-0130-b106-3c764e046567&share_bandit_exp=abi-18756399-en-US&share_bandit_var=v1
21:23
November 25, 2019