Well the weekend is nearly upon us which can only mean one thing…it’s time for Follow Friday.
This time rather than sharing my Twitter or YouTube recommendations I’m changing it up again so this week it’s iTunes Podcast #FF (Follow Friday).
I’m a HUGE iTunes fan and use it a lot not just for downloading and playing music but for subscribing to a number of video podcasts and watching them during some quiet time such as on the train using my iPhone or maybe at home on the television using my Apple TV.
Photoshop User TV:
A weekly show produced by the NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals) and hosted by Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski and Dave Cross aka the Photoshop Guys. Covering a whole spectrum of topics and tutorials Photoshop and Photography related plus Special Guests, it’s a great mix of humour and teaching making this a ‘must’ watch if you’re wanting to keep up to date.
Hosted by Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski of the NAPP this video podcast first started out as Nikon D-Town TV covering everything Nikon DSLR related. The second season saw the name change to D-Town so now the guys cover ‘all’ things digital photography. A great resource of tips and tricks plus special guest features and a recommended inspirational website to check out at the end, this has quickly become a very popular podcast but no surprise when you check out all the previous episodes which are freely available to download through iTunes.
Lightroom Killer Tips:
An authority in Lightroom, Matt Kloskowski’s ‘Lightroom Killer tips’ video podcast has been a regular ‘must watch’ for some time. Although the podcast isn’t added to on a regular weekly basis, accompanying his Lightroom Killer Tips blog makes it a great resource for anyone using Lightroom and wanting to use it to it fullest.
Over the next couple of weeks I’ll share a few more of my recommended video podcasts but in the mean time are there any you watch on a regular basis?
Video Podcasts are a great way to keep up to date and learn so if there are any you would recommend then why not share them here in the comments section below; with thousands upon thousands available to us and with more added each day I’m sure there are going to be some real gems out there waiting to be discovered.
* You can also check out my own Podcast containing all my ‘Behind the Scenes’ and Editing videos over on iTunes by using this link.