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"elliott thomas" Discussed on Photography Daily
"On exactly time on the same building. Stories of life told by photographers and today. That photographer is berry butler and should count. When you get the photographs. Not like i would make my day. It just charges me by. Wow that was all worth. It was worth giving up three o'clock in the morning mondays. We talk with photographers worldwide. Digging a little deeper into their business stories of focus on how they work and what. They did to launch where they are now and what. The future holds a chance to hear their stories to help your own patron of the day. Today's elliott thomas with his rico. Geo three i knows of favourite amongst many straight talkers guide to link to his three six five projects in particular on the show pace today which is at eeg. T. underscore photo three. Six five one on your great in particular. Elliot hats An eerie war of the worlds tut feel a black white exposed. Well for a sun breaking through the clouds creating silhouettes of won't looked like well. The kind of cranes the county might find it a dockyard but they resemble the martian invasion ship so the latest movie not baps. The original flake of the fifties actually linked to Well to his instagram account. And also this particular picture on the show notes today. I'm not sure if this was in your mind when you shot it. But that's what i see anyway on a like the way that you've made highlights for each month so far be a patron of the day and two extra. Dari episodes every week by joining out club via the patron link on photography. Daily dot show. We're also supported by. Mpp dot com the number one platform when it comes to trust for buying and selling and trading used camera gear with offices and warehouses now in brighton uk brooklyn usa and berlin in europe. Her trauma a patron brad wolcott. Who after a particularly bad experience trying to sell a lands on a general marketplace platform. Wink wink heard me mention. Mpp and decided to give them a try. He says i've bought sold and traded lenses on equipment now from mpp. And i don't think i'll consider any one else. Their fair that honest and everything. I've received from them has worked perfectly. Well that's music to my ears. And i'm sure mp to. I hope you had a good weekend. I had the most surreal one. Which will be leading to this wednesdays guest until you about the show later on today. Suffice to say. I didn't think that on a rainy. Saturday may be sat under a makeshift rain. Cover with a complete legend british photography culture later on. I'll tell you who that's gonna be so to today's guest. Barry butler was suggested to me. Stephen collins said it was fascinated by his work. Not need to say too much stages. Barry pretty much tells his story perfectly from the stuff i do under say though that i think i learned a valuable business recording this which i do hear mentioned by successful from time to time. Shoot for you before. Think about shooting for the dollars. Pounds the euros orange sir currency of your choice. Here shoot for take. That doesn't mean of course it. If you photograph portrays now that you're shooting yourself above what they need because wendy. The world's best portrait toga. This will suggest you in service to but it does mean the before you become a photographer of any particular genre that you're choosing it because it's view your shooting for you because you love new so you love coach or sports or weddings. Oh pull traits or underwater where you get my drift quite literally with the nicer i think you fall in love with barisan through and enough of does within the first five minutes. I know i did barry before we even get to raising a camera. You'll story making pictures is an interesting one. Because haughey's losses photography's gain really releasing it. It was it was quite a horrific accident. The ad as well it wasn't it. Yeah no i i. I don't know why. I thought i hadn't signed the united play professional hockey just joking But i was playing in a friendly game and it turned out to be friendly begun that i got taken out in the game. Someone decided zeke. My legs out and i ended up breaking my collarbone into thousand pieces. Was it really a thousand paces. Yeah just just completely shattered so you normally with a cholera outbreak. you can. they'll put a pin because those are a clean breaks mine was it was just the entire thing so it was not a good process. And it's why. I had to spend eight months doing nothing I couldn't even drive for three months because the damage was so significant. You know i just looked at okay. What am i gonna do. Have some an actor type person. And i decided to just start teaching myself. I picked it up. You know as a as a kid especially my teenage years But that was like to take it into concerts smuggle in an take photos of my favorite artists but it was never serious because it was on program or as i like to call panic and talk took my shots and that was about it but when i broke my collarbone i said i wanna i wanna teach myself and that was during you know film and so it was very very expensive way to teach myself it. Was you know you take the photographs. You send the film to a processor and then it wait and then you come back and you look at all your mistakes and you know you just spent twenty dollars on on processing whereas now obviously looking at the back of the stream you realize you mistakes but equally. Will you working with one hand this well. We knew you couldn't use this well and tripod. that's what helped and and to this day. I am I would say ninety. Eight percent of my shots are On tripod only definitely the exceptions when fly in a helicopter. But it kind of started there because just a stability of ham your camera on a tripod and i can one arm and That's how it all started as a kind of slowed down Thing isn't it when you were with with a tripod. You learn to be learned to be slow. You learned to observe a totally different way. How do you not have the accident. But how'd you taking up photography. It may not have been landscape. Were you may have found yourself wandering the streets of chicago doing street probably because it would never have clicked in my head to do photography Because to your point is something that you have to slow down and you have to think and you have to plan and and half patients. That's not something for someone who's typically an active person with. Oh i hear the it was You'll late father who really inspired you to to live your life through the lens. He he really encouraged didn't they. Yeah he was. He was blind biggest cheerleader. That's what's great about. You know your parents you know you could probably be the worst at you're doing and they just sit there and keep it going you know and you believe their you know their their enthusiasm but my dad was like that and then until his final days you know. He was always cheerleading. Stop that. I missed that. He's been gone. Two years there many times where i have come back from a shoot and really proud of something i take you and i love to be able to show. Yeah but he did get to see your success which which is important except for the book saw everything except for the book that was. That was the thing that he would say. No you gotta do the book. You gotta do the buck right. And then i know that once He would see the book he would sit. There's a okay you did the one on chicago. Where's the one in ireland. So he would keep me going in that respect. And and and when i finally completed the book i I kept on thinking would be saying. Where's the book in ireland now so but yeah so he is in my head but i do. I miss the fact that he's not seeing what..
"elliott thomas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"He's also one of two players in NBA history to have four defensive player of the Year Awards. The other Dick Mboma tumble. Oh, but much like Draymond Green 5.7 points per game of entry. Manz it like 8.8, so he just doesn't have great career averages. But he's a four time all star. We won that championship. You know four. I'm with you. I think Ben Wallace is in. I don't know what dream On's career numbers have to be or if he needs any more individual accolades. But I've that dream on is a sort of a borderline Hall of Famer, but we'll see what happens with Ben Wallace. This year. All right, jumping off a basketball right now. Let's switch gears. Let's get the football now. Lots of more conversation this week. Always the Jimmy G conversation underway, but I saw somebody put this out on Twitter this week. Is whatever happens with Jimmy Garoppolo. The decision by John Lynch. Whether it's it's keeping him whether it's trading him whether it's just bolstering this QB room by bringing in Andy Dalton will the Jimmy Garoppolo move this offseason define John Lynch's era in San Francisco. Without question without question. It will define John Lynch of Kyle Shanahan. And what they do this offseason will define whether or not they could ultimately consider themselves successful because they went out. They got Jimmy Garoppolo. They made him the face off their era of 40 Niners football. If they trade him, if they move on from him, If they bring in a backup who ultimately overtakes Jimmy Garoppolo, it is going to reflect In a massive, significant way on the work that they did in San Francisco with the 40 Niners, and I just don't think that you can separate those two things. I don't think you can separate executive and a head coach from the quarterback position and the quarterback who kind of, you know, takes the most snaps or makes the most starts during your arrow. So no question in my mind. Yeah, I think that's a pretty good call. I think whatever happens with him, I don't know that it defines Coliseum to him as much because he's a guy who's already It's sort of funny because John Lynch is that one Hall of Famer right like we did find John Lynch is a player is like a maniac. Safety was a phenomenal football player. How Shanahan We still say one of the most brilliant offensive minds in the game today. Obviously, his dad Mike Shanahan, laid his, you know, cut his teeth here in San Francisco before he goes on to win championships. But I do think that for a coach, it's a little bit different. I don't think for Kyle, it defines him is much more Morfogen Akhil player on the early 2000 Bucks, John Lynch the safety position or Mike Alstott at the football at the fullback position, too. I'm gonna go my co star just because they're like John Lynch's jobs They hit people. Michael Start was like looking for contact with. He was running around with Neck roll, dude, trying to barrel over goes to the right number 40 something maybe number 40. Oh, yeah. Yeah, Something like that. But that guy watching Michael start clear. The whole was amazing When I was he was a savage, who wins the NFC West this year this year. Wow, Priestly Russell Agency Right now. We're pre draft right now as it where it stands today. Kerry, who wins the NFC West, the Rams. The Rams with Matt Stafford and quarterback do they get a second team into the postseason? Yes. Yes, NFC West is too good not to get a second team into the postseason. So a lot depends to me on whether Russell Wilson stays in Seattle who the 40 Niners quarterback is what the Cardinals have. You know surrounding Kyla Murray after this draft, But, yeah, I do think that the NFC West gets two teams and the Rams win the division. Okay? I like that. One more here. Just cause I just looked out of this team and I saw them is Drew Brees playing football this year. Yes or no. Your thoughts. Oh, eyes that been decided hasn't been reported. This is trick question. It's just a good just floating it. I'm just putting it out there. No, no, that that kind of lost like ribs last year. He he was not in good health. You should not have been on the football field last year, and there were some spirits and throws in the postseason look particularly weak like Drew Brees. To me a is gonna be turning it over to taste of hell. And don't they need him to turn over the reins Taysom Hill because of the cap held that the Saint Seurin Well, yeah, I think they do. But also, I think your braces agreed much like Ben Roethlisberger. Like if he comes back, he's taken a veteran minimum, which you might make, like a million bucks next year. Something and probably donated all the charity or something like that. Just one more. Wow. Yeah, yeah. True priest holier than that, you see, is holier than thou did. He just Drew Brees loves himself. Some Drew Brees has always been my opinion of the Captain America. Oh, he loves to play. All right. One more here. Elliot Ramos. We were talking about him earlier makes his debut before or after August. 31st. Before before. I'm glad you didn't ask before or after the All Star break, because I think that that's the over under right now. I am that high on Elliot Ramos and that low on the Giants options and in center field, So I do think that you know if he tortures double a pitching and he comes up to the P C, l I don't think you'll have a problem in the PCL. He just needs to cut down on the strikeouts. Elliot Ramos Before August 31st. I'll say August 3rd post trade deadline The Jazz will clear a spot for Elliot Ronald, right. I kind of like that man. August 3rd Elliot Ramos in there in the two hole, right? Tommy was still a one Elliott Thomas to on probably goers. Probably don't waste any time probably going deep for a couple of times. You tweeted out that video one of his home runs You said if this was an Oracle park Well, I guess I guess you just said he hits tanks is what you said right because there's no upper tank it Oracle Park so anyway, but put that ball could hit the glove and left center. It was aimed the right way that he hit on Tuesday. Marry they'll all right. And in the final one here your final question its walk one hit 11, right. We'll give you three baseball players. You can choose to put one on base. You can choose to drill one of the ribs. But when you drill him, he's coming out at you, Right. And then And then the last one is gonna be well, I guess you have to pitch him or you can walk and you could put him out. Whatever it is, all right. So last week you gave me a couple of good ones. I'm gonna fire it. You walk one hit one pitch to one. All right. The guy you can't well, first three, we'll go. Richie section. That's my big ones, like six ft. 10. He's huge, hit some bombs on you to Chase Utley. Just cause he's got kind of a chapped ass dude, like, I don't think I don't think he's a guy. He's a guy you really want to mess with. How about this one kind of a stocky sort of Ah, funny free swinger played for the Giants of the Mid 2000, Ryan Klesko, Ryan Klesko, Richie section and Chase Utley. Lock one, pitch one and drill one of his ribs. Real quick on Ryan Klesko. He was one of Bruce's Bush's favorite players of all time. And you know, he played for both You and Diego and San Francisco came back to Atlanta few years ago when the judge for playing the Braves and lead the Tomahawk chop chant for the Braves that day, and Bruce Bochy was livid with him after the game. He's like, Are you kidding me? Klesko came out led the chop against my team s O walk. One Richie sections getting walked, pitched to one. It's Ryan Klesko and I'm gonna drill Chase up. A song If you're not standing at second base without that, you might be okay. If it's just on the pitcher's value. Probably five. All right, That's gonna that's gonna wrap it up here for the cops and Crowley podcast carry a lot of fun has always meant enjoy the games this weekend will be.
"elliott thomas" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
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"elliott thomas" Discussed on Photography Daily
"In a moment something all just one of these. Some things that has left me so pleased that we covered. What was unin. Get difficult subjects on monday. Just gone thank you to the wonderful people at mp come for their unswerving support over the last few months in supporting this show. It's been a fantastic opportunity to share some of your blog posts and link with some of the guests who've been a feature within them. Mpp buying a sal and trade used camera guy in the us and the uk and europe. And as you know. I use the myself in front of me not far away as a speed lights. I bought just after christmas. It's important that you know i. I trust these people myself as a working professional. I want my kit to just work when i needed to to be of a standard that those that are paying me money would expect if i buy used. It's because i know this quality checks kits that will work as well as the products. I by new from this shelf. And i note that this is a sustainable way to buy and i love that too. I've helped drive this. Circular economy to pass talking of sustainability. Remember my story about buying a lens. Recently it came with a note about the packaging it said each year. Mpp saves one thousand two hundred football pitches worth of plastic bubble wrap by using recycled packaging. It's a small change that adds up to a big difference. Not being genuinely proud that they've been here at the start of our journey on this podcast patron of the day. In a moment which links. I think very well with today's guest but i thank you for your comments following monday's show. I felt episode. One eight one. There was some comments left on the show page itself but a reasonable says of miles. I messages privately. Who echo the the feeling of loss right now for a career or interest in photography. 'cause you don't have to be professional whilst the pandemic continues to make it harder to do what we love not entirely no but not as it was these letters. Tell of personal stories. Here's one example. Hello neil. I'd rather not repeat my name but feel free to read this. If it should help somebody as a straight shooter not professionally fulltime but with exhibitions proudly to my name in many of our great cities of the uk. It's been hard not to have the freedom to work. As i did and i so long to again. I put on my camera after a short prolific bursts. Start of april twenty twenty due to guilt that i was not particularly safe or ethically right to be taking my pitches a making my work and what was one more empty street any way to anybody. It been done. There was nothing else to say. So i put my camera away and didn't pick it up again until the start of december. I don't know what his light to lose income from not being able to work for graphically professionally. But i do know what it's like to lose the thing that honestly kept me grounded and level and that for me at any rate felt like i'd lost my income an income of meaning. I lost my partner of twenty three years in october. Twenty nine teen and street photography was the thing we shed in creative and spiritual space. It's difficult to explain to well-meaning friends what being absent from photography did to me. But i do feel the creative urge to start working again like baby steps. Sometimes you need to step away to realize that what you have is very special this space. This time has been frightening. But it's also being creatively. A rebirth of my love for street work. These thoughts don't pay bills. They don't keep the wolves in the door. As you said your guest sean tucker but they do remind me and the quad of each night. That i'm always a photographer. Nothing can take that away from me or indeed any of us. Thank you very much. You're really considered miles your public ones. Which will read no doubt on the federal mellberg bag friday shows but also the private ones. And i'm genuinely privileged. That you trust me to read your thoughts and feelings. I was told a long time ago. And i'll talk about this more to an extent on more photography daily tomorrow. That radio and i do see poke casting is an extension of that. The radio is the kind of medium where intimacy is a potent and important part of the process. Elta needs to say to present his during my years. Assist program director and coach. And i'm sure. I borrowed this from my tutors and coaches. Never think that you'll having some kind of one way. Conversation where utah can they. Listen because if you could only share the space physically with the person listening you'd say that this is a very way medium and you're in the same room very much in the same room so again your your mouth your messages. They mean the absolute world. So keep sending them because I'll keep reading them. So patron of the day to day from our wonderful supporters on on who have a a tuesday and thursday edition which is a real collection of personal thoughts and extra bit some guests to inspire. I'm me occasionally along. The way is eliot thomas. he's doing a a three six five challenge with his beloved rico. Geo three camera. I'll include his instagram address in the show notes at e. g. t. on the school fruit. Say three six five with his main account. Being elliott's thomas photo. What i love most about the instant project. The three six five one is that it's so new you'll literally in the stop the genesis he started twenty seven days ago on a brand new account with as you can imagine a select amount of people initially following and that's the beauty of a project that takes flight gradually my favorites far elliott day. Four the dinosaurs and day sixteen coaxes yard pigeons with the road bird. Silhouettes hits one renegade daring. take flights. i'm not sure what it looks like because of print but that is i'll share the lincoln. Today's show page photography dating show. And he's the genesis donna bridget. We're talking about today with my guest. Nancy floyd who coming up on nearly forty years ago started something that i had an interest level confined to family and one friend. It seems only but here. We are four decades later with the book podcast interviews traveling exhibition and features in national news bay on both sides of the so-called pond including the financial times. If a project is like a fine wine this would be a chateau feet of patients. It's not been plain sailing. It's not gone totally to plan but it's simplicity is its beauty as photographing project his. Nancy floyd manso. You started the daily self-portrait series known four decades ago. I think we're one year shy of that only now there must they must be a big celebration coming up for that for that that at that period. Do you remember why you started though where where where was within you. The ether need to do for the rest of my life. Well that's a good question And a lot of people have asked it. And i wished i had a great profound answer other than the fact that i had finished my undergraduate degree and it was the summer and i finally made enough money to buy my first thirty five millimeter camera of my own and so when i bought that camera all of a sudden i had to cameras and never occurred to me that i would ever have to cameras in my life but now that a happened. I thought it was a waste to this. Let once shell And i was talking to your friend. And i said wouldn't it be interesting if Myself every day for twenty years and watched myself were older and we laughed about it. And i will set it up in my bedroom and see what i can do started having. That friend was very supportive. Because if she'll that that's.
"elliott thomas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Rob Show. To do will be here instead of Mark. So you got me until 11 o'clock this morning, folks. Sorry. I hate to be the bad guy here. My bad. I'm the bad guy. We got John. Online. Get him. Right, Let's go to bring him on up. Doing this now in the news line, our good friend John Elliott, Gleaners Food Bank. Talk about hunger, John. Good morning, my friend. Morning. How are you doing? Good. Thank you very much for being with us. Especially after this Thanksgiving. I know you folks have been extremely busy addressing our hunger issue these days. Absolutely. We've been running about double normal distributions since March s. So how's it been doing with the hunger distribution, particularly the pandemic universe we have to social distance where mass clubs use hand sanitizer the whole nine yards. It's been quite a change. We we've lost two channels of distribution when school's closed, so we do we have that change to make. And the mobile pantry distributions picked up a lot of that slack. That's how we did some additional Man's pantries were limited and to your point how they could do distribution. So We did, unfortunately, switch from a choice program where people than you in and shop and do that sort of thing to pre packed food boxes. The man has helped carry us most of the way, so when you could get a lot higher volume of food distributed discourages roll through and you load the trunk of a keep going, but You can do still perishable food and those things have you guys folks been with numbers? Put that in some perspective for audience if you could. Well, we've had. Marion County has the most dramatic increase that went from about a third of our Distribution out of 21 counties before the pandemic to consistently more than 60%, So Marion County is disproportionately hit, but all counties air up. Mr result, the pandemic and we've even seen some areas of the city say around John Marshall. You know the former MPs school and so on. That's particularly hit. So you can identify a particular neighborhoods. I know one of things I remember seeing on the news was just some of not necessarily gleaners, but some of the other sort of food bank hunger places around the country with extremely my friend. Long lines. I want to say they was like Denver the headlines almost two miles long. Um, this is serious business. I would assume No, it is and we had seen some dip in midsummer. But then, as it was clear, schools were not gonna fully open. The lines started growing again. The rate of increase is has slowed, but we still are, but we've done distributions 45,000 households as well. One of the state fairgrounds earlier in the season. And one of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In many we've done one sense. Um, that didn't see quite the same volume. So those large distributions I think aren't as needed. Um, as other locations, pick up high volume. How was Thanksgiving for you, folks? Well, we were not open on Thanksgiving. But we did distribute some food in advance allowed some larger quantities for families and we have you know turkeys were there's a bit of a shortage this year on Turkey's overall, so we didn't have as much of that We had some Some other holiday extras that we were able to distribute early. Guests on the program is a good friend John Elliott. Thomas McLean is food Bank. Talk about hunger in our neighborhoods in our communities up, John, Let me ask you what the as How is the pandemic directly impacted? The hunger issue. Is it because folks are home because up schools aren't doing their lunch thing is the way they used to, or is it just a combination of things? Yeah, It's really a combination of things, but you hit the two larger ones. The first big increase was win. Schools closed. Because the school meal program in Indiana Provides two meals for everyone that cleaners does. So much larger player by volume and meals, And when that stopped, they looked around for alternative sources of food families. I mean, Um, but then also when employees were sent home, whether without a paycheck that started affecting things as well. You've still got employees that were in seasonal or contract or hourly positions that don't have those jobs back yet. Wow like said folks. We're talking to our good friend John Elliott, Lena's food bank. There's talk about the hunger in our community these days and how it's been impacted by the global pandemic. Jonathan put you on hold for deciding to take a quick break out a couple more questions for you. Also when I ask of how people can help ugliness, food Bank a swell it is 7 41 Here on 93. W I. B. C. It is Abdul in for Tony Cancer this morning. Our guest today is John Alig. Lena's food bank will be right back. Hammer and Nigel 77 year old vet survived. Wars survived polio the wrong demo to get coronavirus. It's that guy and he beat it twice. There is lots of good news out there on the way and tons of stories like this. I love it. He also tested positive for being a bad ass. That's also man. Yes, I'm with you on that one. Memory, Nigel. We taste three till 7 93 w Have been fed. That's a fact have been. That's a fact. Credit card purchases..