Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: June 20, 2014

Category: General

Hey Everyone

How’s it going?

I’m currently up in Manchester presenting at the Digital Photography: The State of the Art Event hosted by RedEye – The Photography Network [Link]; a great day with a great bunch of people and presenting in company with Martin Evening.

For today’s blog post though I just wanted to let you know about a recent interview.

A few weeks back I was visited by Photographer Stephen Cotterell who runs a podcast called Photography 121.

We spent roughly 1.5 hours talking through all kinds of things from how I started, why I teach, projects, thought process, inspiration and so much more. Stephen has the kind of personality that means you can’t help but warm to him; within minutes it honestly felt like we’d known each other for years and as a consequence I found myself talking about things I’ve never discussed before…


You can check out the Podcast Episode by visiting Stephen Web Site HERE

Make sure to subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes too and listen back through some of the previous episodes with other Photographers; in particular episode 51 where Stephen spoke with my Buddy Brian Worley aka Mr Canon 🙂

Right that’s all from today so HUGE thanks to Stephen for inviting me onto his Podcast; it was an absolute pleasure and yet again this wonderful world of Photography has introduced me to a new friend!

Have a great weekend and I’ll catch you back here in a few days.


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  1. maureen robinson

    I attended the Redeye event today and want to say how good your input was. I have picked up many tips to improve my Photoshop. Thank you for such and informative event.

    • Glyn

      Maureen…Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting; great to hear you enjoyed the day 🙂


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