35 Burst results for "Frederik"
Flyers rally in 3rd period to beat Hurricanes 2-1
"Joel Farabee and Zack McEwen scored in the third period to send the flyers past the hurricanes two to one we can always call was his first in ten games a season former hurricane Patrick brown assisted on the game winner Carter Hart turned back thirty nine shots and blanked Carolina after Stephen Lawrence B. to midway through the second I'm just trying to do my job and just stop oxen and have fun let's party and I think that if the boys are doing a great job of keeping the guys to the outside and limiting second chances Philly took fifteen shots in the final period after mustering just thirteen to forty minutes canes netminder Frederik Andersen made twenty six saves the hurricanes fell to ten into overall five and one at home the flyers are seven three into I'm the ferry
Fast, Hurricanes beat Blackhawks 4-3 for 9th straight win
"The hurricanes are one win away from tying the NHL record for most consecutive victories to start the season the gains are nine and now after Jasper Fosston martini Chas scored three oh nine apart in the third period of a four three win at Chicago Derek Stepan had a goal and an assist as Carolina matched a team record for consecutive wins throughout the season you got to be able to win a bunch of different ways and tonight was a U. different way to win a hockey game I thought that you know maybe we didn't have our A. stuff for half the game give give the Blackhawks credit they're playing they're playing hard and I I thought we were maybe not as sharp as we wanted to beat Seth Jarvis added his first career goal and Frederik Andersen made twenty seven saves in the opener of a very challenging three game road trip I'm Dave Ferrie
"frederik" Discussed on The Clapper Report
"I don't know again. I don't know if they have the staying power to to be a playoff team for years to come but at least this year they are. Yeah this is always like a teen. That's like they're really hot one year and you'd think they'd be good or bad bad so last season was bad. So maybe the season they'll be really good That seems to be the going rate with this squad but I don't know for some reason. I don't believe in the heart. Nats i don't believe in so Be interesting see how they turn out for sure. number two. I went with hurricanes As much as like they dougie. Hamilton does hurt And it sucks that. He's such a scumbag sometimes. But tony I mean he was putting up nam bees when you raise him from my mind. Yeah he was putting up numbers before In oh shit hit the fan there. So i you know is he dug a hamilton. Probably not he's going to be putting up points for them which is important Especially on this offensive squad. I would like to Eaten bear was great. I mean ethan. Bears going to be on your parents realistically so It's definitely an interesting squad. Frederik anderson he battled with injuries last season. I think it was kind of unfair that he lost his spot and this isn't a guy who drafted him in his fantasy league and he's still salty about that he didn't get his back So i definitely think she has definitely think that he's going to have a chip on a shoulder I think right now. He's better than the dull chevik. I think in the future. Obviously that's a big loss. I don't think it's gonna sting that hard this season for them though especially with anderson and rented out there. So i'm not to hurt on that. And i think offensively have another great season Jessica cockamamie is interesting I hate the deal. I think it's terrible. I think they kinda shot themselves in the foot with this But they needed him to sign You know to sign the deal. I and then beat a enough money for them not to resign them. I think they could have got away with a lot. Less than was at close to five million right or is it six. Th they have them for. Yeah i think it sounds like a six point one. Six point one. So yeah they for sure shot themselves in the foot with the steel This is a player who could have gotten two million this season two million. It would have been like two point. Five is what they're looking to sign him for that it's like you try under on. Yeah but he wouldn't have gone for six million dollars probably not six million dollar player. No maybe three three point five two point five three million dollar range i would say would probably be his most and against a one year deal so you have to think that a want three year bridge was probably going to be the likely story for him anyway. Long story short in any way overpaid. So i don't really know how much that's really going to lovie interesting. Hopefully he does pan out for them and that would be really cool for them Specialty kava course gonna go off so this is definitely a solid squad I think that I think they did make a lot of moves where they offer the best. Probably not but. I don't think they're too far from where they were last season. So my number two. I have the washington capitals You know yelich. He said they always come up with a way to stay on the top..
50-Year War on Drugs Imprisoned Millions of Black Americans
"Fifty years after president Nixon declared a war on drugs some are questioning whether anyone won the war mandatory minimum sentences were key weapon in the war on drugs but the war's toll wasn't even an Associated Press analysis of incarceration data found that between nineteen seventy in two thousand the incarceration rates for whites doubled but the rates for black and Latinos roughly triple anti drug policies were widely accepted or like get these drugs out of our community and Cassandra Frederik the executive director of the drug policy alliance says the heavy hand of law enforcement came without addiction prevention resources help us out with that ask for tanks Eugene Hey would senior is a truck driver and a former crack dealer they used to prior charges head to enhance me up to a mandatory license after fourteen years his sentence was commuted by president Obama a lot of people who they've locked up for drugs they have turned around and legalize those same exact drugs sadly this cycle of incarceration continues Hey what's only son was convicted of a federal murder charge in connection with a drug gang in Peoria Illinois Jennifer king Washington
"frederik" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"In this interview it's all about the art of hand painting photographs with shirl michelle dorskin able to welcome back to another episode of this week and photo. I'm your host frederik van johnson. Today i'm chatting with my shirl we get to talk about. What did we talk about here. We're gonna talk about campaigning in reverse. We're gonna talk about a little bit of history and a couple of other things. Cheryl is a like i said in the intro there. She's an expert in light room. She's an educator. She's a fantastic photographer. And just a great person to talk to. You guys are going to enjoy this discussion. Hopefully as much as i'm going to enjoy this discussion cheryl welcome to the show. How's it going tragic created zia. Has it's going good here. It's hot is hot here in california. How are you doing out there on the east coast. I it's really hot here too. Yeah eighty-five really hot. Oh eighty five is hot really. Let's see in vegas californian vegas was one hundred eighteen. I think last week here yesterday was ninety seven ninety seven. So i'm out in the hamptons in the city. It's probably ninety seven info your by the water so look at you. Inland inland california in a valley. So we basically baked during the day embroil in the evening.
The Non-Fungible Photographer
"This discussion is about this weird thing. That's been in the news and all over the place called enough tea or non fungible tokens. So we're going to figure out we're gonna do a kind of a who. Why win thing around that and talk about and and let's with the grain of salt in the room right now just a year on a journey as well. You're learning more and more about this stuff and you don't purport to be an expert you purport to be someone who has made them and have more your further on the journey than probably the most the rest of us so we're going to pick your brain and figure out how it is where you are. You're essentially are canary in the coal mine. Right now acidly federick. Yeah happy to be happy here. Happy be happy to be your canary. Good good welcome. Welcome to the to the show. Man this is a lot to squeeze into about an hour here so let let's kick it off with just a little bit of background on on who you are as of taga for for folks that may not have seen any of the other interviews that we've done who is jesse dittmar and then we'll jump into. Nf tease after that for sure. I'm portrait photographer primarily celebrity portrait photographer working for the new york. Times washington post l. a. times i've been published in every major magazine publication. That's out there. And i'm working for other brands like hulu and apple for advertising as well and i photographed some of the. You know most influential and interesting and you know. Difference makers of our of our current culture from politicians to actors to authors and artists sends kind of anybody. You could imagine You know some of the big hitters like denzel washington and tom brady and serena williams injury yang last last week and You know all all kinds of people. Yeah so anybody can speak to this. You know you've got a lot of stuff floating around out there. A lot of a lot of images that are famous images that are inherently non fungible. Let's start there. Just the term non fungible token right. So you know my my. And i'm i'm playing the layman in this show right. I've done word or amount of research. So i i kind of understand a mask questions. From a layman's perspective. So non fungible is kind of the way. I see it correct me. If i'm wrong is something that is unique right so i am inherently non fungible because i am one of one frederik van johnson. I think on the universe right. If you believe in if you believe in multiversity there's infinite numbers of me but you know this in this reality. There's only one frederik van johnson. So i'm non fun learning as you're alluding to federick spacey real quick get get out there real quick even in the even in the first sentence of trying to explain yourself as non fungible.
How Evan Tanaka launched a commercial photo studio
"Them back to the podcast. I'm your host frederik. Van johnson today on the show. Evan tanaka is here to tell us about how he was able to pivot what he was doing into what he's doing now. In terms of photography and building photography businesses and an amazing team and all that good stuff in a city that has been ravaged by the pandemic is recovering now but has been ravaged by the pandemic. He was able to build a company into a thriving. Enterprise during all of this adversity evan. Welcome to the show man how you doing. Hey how are you. Thank you so having me very excited. I'm excited to have you. You and i had a conversation. We bonded over our pre interview conversation over our mutual nerdiness around science. Fiction's off again. You know it's the way the future was. Yeah we can't get enough. We just for for the folks that are watching this. As we record this february twenty-second twenty twenty one. Evan has not seen the latest version of wanda visions yet. I'm trying my best not to reveal what happened back. It was a good episode. You can watch it after this. I'm actually like blocking off my the rest of my day. My calendar and i'm gonna wash after this and then i'm gonna jump back on the phone with you and then talk to you about there you go. Let's let's analyze latest episode. Let's let's let's before we talk about knock studios in how that came about. How did you come about. How did you because before you started that. You're obviously were a photographer. What what. What was your sort of origin store. Your avengers origin story into becoming the photographer. L. is a dark rainy night and can ship no very similar to. I think a lot of people that are offers. Filmmakers log refers in that photography was just a hop. Give mine and i really enjoyed it. I didn't go to school for it. I just you know. I picked up the camera and into art and it was something that all the sudden you know i started actually getting paid for something i would do essentially for and it's like wow. This is really really exciting. Something like doing didn't feel org on it slowly progresses to become a full time career.
Street Photography Assignments With Valrie Jardin
"To welcome back to another episode of the podcast. I'm your host frederik van johnson. Today i have the honour of sitting down with a really good friend of mine. She's a minnesotan parisian. Who introduced me to the amazing world of paris and street photography. You know who i'm talking about. Is the one the only vata the although get going in french after the after that is competitive woo that's bs. That can get you out of trouble. It's good you know your book before. We started the interview. It was really good to chat with you by the way you and i haven't spoken in forever and a day. We are catching up. Live on the podcast. So we're going to just meander and talk about all things valerie and street photography and everything else so welcome. You're intra treat. People ching up several years several several. That's crazy is crazy. So let's talk about this before we dive in. I have a a bone to pick with you and parisians in general all right here goes you guys have infected the american lexicon with without further ado. I keep hearing that everywhere. I go just that phrase without further ado. It's rampant on youtube and everywhere people feel like they have to before they can transition to what they really want to say they have to say without further. Ado yeah just so. That's my rant of the day. Everyone is within the sound voice. Stop saying without further ado or stop saying what's the other phrase gets me. Can i be honest. I can't sorry so everything you said before. That was a strike disregard that so now we're going to say yeah it'd be honest. Yeah right right instantly suspect after that you've been up to. What have you been over the last years. Let me let me what i see. Is you've been up until the pandemic hit. You've been leading workshops like gangbusters you writing books. Physical and e books. You're online you're podcasting. What am i missing. What else wants about ed. Yeah speaking at conferences. Although before the pandemic i didn't have much time because i was on teaching pretty much in a different location every month. So it's it hard it it was an of course unexpected and i was. It was such a great beginning of twenty twenty. I had already done four trips to by march fifteen and and and i had such a great year plans out and then boom boom boom everything you know got cancelled and now looking into you know hopefully starting this summer so a year and a half of not doing what i love. What i live for is my oxygen. It's what makes me the happiest and it's it's hard a but it's going to be so sweet and when i start again that it's just going to be it's worth the wait i guess a. Yeah i think you're gonna you and everyone else is gonna appreciate just being able to go anyplace right travelling in feeling safe when you travel trying to mummify yourself or your plane. But i throw europe twice during the pandemic but it wasn't a bad experience because only french nationals and essential workers. Were allowed to travel. So you know there. There was more crew on the plane than passenger sold. The travel experience was actually pretty phenomenal. If you fly the right airlines but but yeah the the whole testing when before you leave testing when you get there. It's a pain but but it was. It was to do. It will go again from a photographer because you. You're you're by continental right. You have a place over there and place here. So what's what's it like from a photographer standpoint. The just the being able to move around freely in this country versus over europe. Well you mean like during the pandemic of the pandemic. Yes i was. I was there off lockdown. So i i left. I left just before the lockdown. The first time that i went during the summer which was phenomenal. I mean summer. In france last summer it was really great Compared to here where we're still the the curve was still going up and up and up whereas there they were doing really well in the summer. And then i went in october again. Be for the next lockdown. I think i left a day or two before the law. The new lockdown. So i never had any restrictions other than masking but i i was on the beach everyday walking with my camera and that was the only place where people were not wearing masks and it. It felt normal felt it was so happy and so wonderful. Yeah so i really enjoyed it because summer was pretty tough here. I find I mean it here. in minneapolis. People are super responsible. Were kind of stuck. We're surrounded by states where they don't even wear masks anymore. It's scary you know But here people are since the beginning. Even though you know it wasn't like you we're going to be fine. If you're not worrying him ask. People have been really good about it. But but you're right in europe. Things were pretty tough and I debated actually mid mid march. I debated whether i should come back because my flight was canceled. If i should come back with stay there but the confinement was really really tough living right on the beach. I wouldn't have been able to actually even walk on the sand for a month.
Street Photography in New York City, with Gerard Exupery
"Back to another episode of this week and photo. I'm your host frederik van johnson today on the show got gerard exupery. He's a veteran new york city based street photographer. That knows more about street photography than than or has forgotten more about it than i probably will ever know about street photography. We're gonna dive into that a little bit as well as what. It's like shooting in and around new york city now and before pandemic all that stuff going to talk about gear all this stuff so gerard. Welcome to the show man. How's it going very well. Glad to be here. Yeah it is good to hear man. I'm excited to chat. So we've got you know. The the john mara of photography. And then this genre of let's call it of photojournalism or that that world of shooting. What's the difference. What's the difference between street photography. And that i think that in journey with photo journalism you tend to think in terms of projects. Not just one image. You know a a series of images that tell a complete story and i think with straight photography. is generally just one image. Okay okay has got to tell the story one at a time. So let let's rewind back to the time to. Let's let's do origin story thing so cue. The flashback so the origin story of girard. Where what was that moment where you knew that. Okay i feel like. I need to be taking pictures of this. This amazing city. I live in well on my planet. We didn't really have photography. And when i came to earth. And i'm sorry all right more and you know it's funny. It's the only thing i've ever wanted to do since As far back as i can remember one of my earliest memories of my father staying his role affleck's in my hand. While i took the first picture took and which was a ship underneath the verrazano bridge and it just stuck in my mind. He passed away about a year after that. And you know. I it just all these feelings about photography and loss. Let's say i don't know all came together. And i just knew that this is the direction i wanted to go. Yeah yeah and it's a good direction. It's the world photography from my standpoint on of you agree with this but it's it's equal parts. Geeky ray is we like the technology and all that stuff and then it psychology you when you're dealing with the public and trying to get the right shot or get the shot or permission to do the shot and the you know the all of this stuff in between psychology science physics wrapped up into the time machine that we call a camera to fast forward to now the president or the recent the recent present. Let's call it like this last this past five five or so years me decade your adventures in and around new york city. The i can't imagine being a street photographer. There for just an extended period of time when i'm there is overload. It's just like what. Do i take pictures of two months. It's too much going on you get analysis paralysis. What would have been some of the standout experiences you've had in city over the past decade or so that you like okay. I got to tell this bar story. Wow pick were got to pick one. I think defining Well this is. It's further back than ten years but sure for for the finding event was i was involved in a robbery and a camera store. And it's a long story but rather traumatic thing. Somebody was killed and and i got roughed up a little bit and it was it was. It wasn't pleasant. But it was. After that i i realized well putting yourself out there making yourself vulnerable and taking pictures strangers asking or you know. I don't think covertly taking pictures of people is for me. It's just not right so if you're going to ask or you're just going to be obvious bat it you've got to put yourself out and up until that point I didn't know what i was expecting to happen but After that i figured well. What's the worst that can happen. I already found out what the worst that can happen. And it really It helped me in. Maybe be taught me to be very aware of my surroundings almost in a comfortable way though. So that okay. Let's not ever forget. I've gone into situations where drug dealers on a corner. And i was taking a picture of this house that was closed and abandoned actually in patterson not beard city paterson new jersey which is really exciting. We've got a water tower waterfall. There you go and a crappy movie was made by. Jim jarmusch bad it. It lasts two years ago and any case so i am standing there taking pictures and You know. I hear this guy walking up to me and it was interesting because there were like three. Get two or three guys on each corner but not the corner i was on the house was and i'm i'm taking pictures and i hit. This guy comes up behind the camera up to my eye. And i can hear him. I'm aware of him and he said. Hey what are you doing. I told them flat out. I'm taking pictures of buildings that have been foreclosed on You know and properties that have been abandoned families that have gone kicked out. And what have you. And he goes off and you know then he goes How much do you think they want that house i should. Oh i don't know but whatever it is going to be pretty cheap
Adobe's Top 5 Creative Trends for 2021 - with Brenda Milis
"Hey welcome back to another episode of podcast. I'm your host frederik. Van johnson today on the show. I am honored and excited to have my friend. Brinda mills here from adobe. Brinda is the principle of visual trends. Adobe she's gonna be talking about what that means and also we're just gonna diving really deep on just what the zeitgeist of creativity looks like and how those kind of changes and trends might influence your work whether it be photography designed video etc brinda. Welcome to the show. are you doing. hi i'm great. Thanks for having me. I always love talking about trends especially with creative's and there's a ton of trends. I'm excited talk about this stuff. Because it's when you when you and i talk. It's almost like once a year. You and i talk great in your your team. Well you say. What is your team do i. What is a what is the the principle of visual trends at adobe with well my my role basically is to help both creatives in other people who want to contribute to stock and make money from the pictures they make At as well as clients because the clients. I work with our creative professional's understand the kinds of imagery that is interesting to viewers consumers the kind of images that people look at get their attention really retains viewer interest and engagement but also not to just say. Hey this is what's hot. You know not just to do that to really give context cultural social context to each of these trends so that really makes sense to greater so they really understand not just what is sound but why is it so. I'm because that really adds a lot of kind of power to the producer of the visuals yet. I'm hearing when you. I'm sorry we when you look at this from a from a commercial. Because i just kind of two sides of a coin there's a commercial side where you know. I'm a creative. And i'm creating work that i want to want it to be relevant in cultural culturally significant to right now and what's happening on the planet right now and then on the non commercial is called the advanced amateur consumer side of it. Those creatives also create work that resonates with their audiences. Does this serve both of those masters absolutely absolutely you know. I think that we're all pretty aware have been for some time that we're living in a world that changes very quickly and of course you know a twenty four seven you know content streaming That not only shifts the creative landscape more more quickly than ever been also shifts viewer engagement with content more quickly than ever. So i think there are a lot of people out there who are creatives. Who would just like to understand. Will what's trending. That's the credit trends and y you know. And how does it relate to the work. I'm doing or the work. I'd like to develop so one of the things to think about as we talk about creative trends. Focus on visual trends in this conversation One of the things that i want people to think about is that there's never idea that all of the trans would be relevant to any one producer anyone photographer videography or anyone company. Even it's just that maybe one maybe two of the trans will really resonate in aligned with your own style with your own voice your own creative voice and that's really what we want to help. Contributors help artists plug into like. Oh i see how this use of color or this topic. Really aligns with the work. I love a work. Maybe a project. I've been thinking about doing and now i can. Actually it. Actually kind of is almost a strategic tool. Not just for making money. It's really plan your next shoot. Yeah the when when someone looks at these trends and we're going to dive into the report shortly when someone looks at these trends should they say it's a newer photographer. That wants to make sure that their body of work their their book and you know their work is relevant so when they presented somebody the reaction will be oh. This person is plugged in. What's going on is this. This is a resource. Those folks can look to you as well right absolutely absolutely. Yeah absolutely get really is is for creative about levels. And that's what you'll see as soon as we died in you'll see visual trends in particular. Are i think they resonate with virtually every audience. These trends have mainstream appeal so a lot of work. I do really on a daily basis. I work with a global forecasting company come. Wgn everywhere in media social platform. So i'm looking at so many reports in so much. Somebody projects. But i won't. I won't develop something as visual turned until it really feels relevant to mainstream audiences. Because again i'm here to help creative all types but also to help commercial artists sell their work so what these visual trends really kind of present is something that may have started off as a very meaty artistic practice. Maybe three years ago. But that i've been studying where my colleagues have been studying studying the development watching its scale until we see all sorts of data we even have proprietary adobe stock search data to confirm our findings Around you know search searches that align with each of the trend to watch those things scaling. So it's a lot of qualitative and quantitative data and as you'll see when they go into. These do have broad appeal and can be practiced in many ways. I think that's might be one of the things that's interesting about our conversation today. These are super super specific techniques. If we were talking about motion transfer today. There might be a little more technical editing aspect but visual trans can be approached in so many ways. And that's why. I think it's an exciting conversation for this audience
Photographing Protests and a Pandemic, with Alexis Hunley
"Another episode of this week in photo i am your host frederik van johnson today on the show. I have alexis hundley on the hot seat. We're gonna be talking about sort of evolution as a self taught photographer through being featured in some major brands in some some major publications around the world. We're going to talk about that. As well as her efforts in documenting the covid nineteen crisis as well as engaging on the black lives matter protests and photographing. Matt we've got a lot of stuff to talk about so alexis. Welcome to the show. How are you doing. i'm doing well. Thanks for having me. Thank you for coming on. I appreciate this in this our first week of two thousand twenty one great. So can you believe it like okay. It's twenty one. Where are flying cars. And where the aliens we've been so let's dive into this. We have a lot of stuff to talk about. And i don't wanna. I don't wanna waste city of our time on their socialist dive into your history a little bit before we dive into the meat of the conversation set the stage. Who is alexis. Hundley brings you into this world of image making and photon capturing. It's a little bit of a long story but essentially And i am sell top tougher sir teaching myself about three and a half years ago now. Two thousand seventeen Originally my academic background is in psychology. I always thought. I was going to be a clinician and then kind of jumped through different types of jobs always searching for something that was creative engaging and eventually landed on photography following the passing of my grandmother She was kind of the artists of the family. She had dark room. She did oliver family portraits. She laid tile she so she did everything and so after she passes kind of a way for me to process and to grieve and stay connected to her and then with some support from family and friends decided one day. I was like okay. This is it this is this is what i'm gonna do and decided to hop onto youtube university and go to the library and you know just test and test and test and here. We are in that crazy. The photography is one of those those hobbies slash professions slash addictions the that i don't want it. It's weird because i don't want to say it's easy because photography is not easy. It's people are practicing photography. 'cause you never really know everything about it because the physics psychology that technology is always morphing and changing all that but from a self taught perspective. We're talking about this a little bit before we started recording from a self taught perspective. I feel like photographers that that feel that burning desire to learn it themselves and then become good and keep pushing it forward. Are you know in some ways superior or better maybe superior wrong word or in some ways. They have an advantage over people that have been sort of boxed in and taught from a traditional educational standpoint. How do you feel about that. Do you feel like it was harder for you to get up to where you are being self taught or would the path have been easier head. You sat down in a chair with a bunch of other students with cameras. Learning how to do this stuff you know. That's a really great question and more recently. I think for me personally. If i had that sort of structured education it would have stifled a lot of the creativity that i brought into a lot of my earlier work and experimentation and may have completely shifted the way that i approach. My projects allow myself to express. You know what's inside of me. I wanna show because of you know other people's perceptions and biases that come out when they teach you can't help it but having that early part of my photo career being shaped by the things that interest me and other works of art and books and just align myself the space to fail and experiment in create in a way that i really wanted to completely shaped the way that i see things now and so you know i. It would have been a totally different experience. I think if i had you know been in a classroom like you said with other students and been shaped by somebody else and then interesting. i think. Photography is goes for everything but photography in particular in the context of this discussion. But when you when you book learn something or youtube video learn something or whatever and you see it on the screen you like. Oh i get that. Stop shutter speed. Yeah inverse square law. I understand that easy. And then when you put that camera in your hand this complex piece of machine and technology and you go out at least for me. Sometimes that stuff just goes out the window. You're like okay. what wait what. What is this. why is it still dark. I don't get it. Did you ever hit those those weird walls all the time. All the time. And that i mean that was part of the learning process I still have more to learn but like even just being more technically proficient that door for you know the creativity of like okay. Maybe i do want it more dark now or do want this motion blur or do want this thing that i originally thought was a mistake or a failure like this is a new creative lane that i can explore of trial. Error is invaluable for sure.
New from Panasonic - The BOX Camera!
"Hey welcome back to another episode of this week and photo. Your host frederik van johnson today on the show that this dink pleasure in honor. I have of sitting down with my buddy. Mr photo. Joseph of youtube channel by the same name We're gonna be talking about panasonic's new box camera. it's an interesting new enclosure. Microphone thirds for cameras targeted people. I would say like photo. Joseph that are that are playing in that that filmmaking cinematography high end world and less of the world people like me that use cam links in the welcome man. How's it going. I'd go real good. Thank you for asking. I think by the time they were at the end of this conversation. You might change your tune in might need like five leaves in your studio. We'll say oh no so five. I'm gonna need five of the new. What is it the airpod the homepods the little ninety nine dollars call. That looks pretty so much stuff so many toys so little money dancer. So you're you've got a highly popular youtube channel. You're known in the industry. You and i worked together way back in the day at apple for a little bit. You know your way around media and video creation you got black magic black magic here before it was attainable for the rest of us with with many pro and all that stuff so perfect person to ask these questions to so before we kick off this. What's your elevator pitch for the people. That may not be familiar with you or your youtube channel. Yeah sure so. I'm photo joseph. Content creator youtuber photographer. Filmmaker all that good stuff of these as hang my hat as photo joseph pretty much everywhere he find it on youtube twitter facebook and so on most active on twitter if you wanna interacts on social media. That's definitely the place to go and to subscribe at youtube dot com slash photo. Joseph of course most of my video content there is well. Everything is about photography and video. It's kind of a photo video gear and technique. that's the elevator pitch on that and Yet we talk about all kinds of fun stuff in lately. It's been a lot on the livestreaming world especially since cove. Everybody's alive schumer now and the introduction of the atm many late last year could not have come at a better time for black magic. And dave just keep hitting out of the park with every new release. We really been talking a lot about that And then with this new camera organ talking about today. It's really interesting to see how that can tie into a setup using the black magic for streaming and simultaneous recording. And that's to me where this cameras the most exciting. So we'll we'll definitely be talking about that. Yeah let's dive into that. And you hit it right on the head man like with a with a pandemic and then the increased rush into zoom based workflows in school and all that and live streaming becoming more and more popular people. Like you like yourself Now have superpowers right. Because you're you've been doing this stuff for years and figuring out failing and then succeeding and then buying gear yet. so you've already walked over all the codes. All the colts to sort of get to the the professional video place is this. You know we're gonna talk about the camera. But i'm curious is is sort of new world that we're living in livestreaming zoom world that. We're living in does that. Does that change the trajectory of where your business is going or is it. Just you know you have more clients and you're doing more of the same. Well it has. I mean because i've been doing live streaming for quite a while. And i've got setups like this here. This is just my my studio. I'm at my desk right now. I've built out this backdrop and obviously it's nicely lit and so on and then the camera switching and everything. I all that in place long before covid and so people have always seen that and come to appreciate how it looks and the results of it and then wants this started. Everybody suddenly went. Gotta have to stream from home all the time whether it's just for zoom meetings or for doing actual broadcast. I started actually getting a lot of new clients just for consulting. Just you know an hour here. And they're just helping people through this process what it takes to set it up what it takes to make it. Look good sound good Be successful and so on. So it's it's been huge. It's been a really big part of my business over the last nine months which has been pretty wild to to see happen. But it's cool. You know some of the clients that are looking for bigger things or different things. What i normally do. It just gives me an excuse to dive into it and learn more about and figure out how integrates what already now.
A Career in Pro Sports Photography
"Hateful talking back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host frederik. Van johnson today. A return to show andrew bernstein. If you recall several months ago did an interview with andrew about his co authoring of a book called the mamba mentality. how. I play a book. He authored with kobe bryant. So we're not talking about that if you want to check out that interview that is the will link to it in the show notes and the description for this episode but instead we're we're looking forward and we're talking about some other projects that andrews working on in some interesting newsy has with regard to his podcast andrew. Welcome to the show man. how are you doing. Hey fredrick doing great great to see you man really to connect again thank you. Yeah likewise likewise. Thank you for coming on. It's always good to chat with you. You know what i love. I love chatting you because the first time we spoke you know the the sort of pre interview stuff that do the research and looking at the kudos. I was a little intimidated looking at all. The stuff that you've done you know like okay. Get interview this guy and then you get on and you know you're just one of us you know. This is a normal guy. So very humble so i appreciate that thank thank. You never wanna be intimidated. Anybody but i appreciate you say thank you know. Intimidation comes with with accolades and success. Right so it's a side effect of that. Well let's dive in. I know you have a pet day so to make sure we get to the questions on my list. First of all people that may not have heard of you andrew bursting. What's the accolades that i kind of forced out at a couple of seconds ago. Describe your career your elevator pitch if you're you're in one of those. La cocktail parties and people like. Hey what do you do what do you what do you tell well. I grew up in brooklyn and moved out here during the blizzard of seventy eight. Never looked back. And that's the end of my elevator pitch doe. I took a passion for photography that i started with. I was fourteen. My dad give me my first camera and realized that that was really my my destiny to to be at the For in some way so taking from my good friend. Peter guber mantra that It started off as a dream to be a photographer turned into a goal bona fide goal when i decided to really ramp up my desire to be a photographer by going to art center college of design in pasadena and that was a major move because i was going to the university of massachusetts at the time lived my whole life up to that point on the east coast and then that goal became My passion to Become a sports photographer. I had certain benchmark goals that i wanted to achieve in in the business and You know if that's my destiny then so be it so dreams. Plus goals equals destiny but fast forward forty years later I'm still loving what i do. they still want me around and i'm still cranking out some pretty good content when i get a chance to actually take a picture jackson done in four months. I know i know. I know that it's here that a lot photographers. There's a lot of pinto demand for everything just taking photography taking photographs. But just getting back to being human. I guess is what a lot of us are looking forward to Before we dive into this. I want to see that step and repeat behind you. It looks like legends of sport. Talk to me about that project. Legends of sport because that kind of segues into the podcast news. You have to share later. Yeah of course. Legends of sport is a is a content platform that i started with three other partners. The germ of really started ten twelve years ago. But we got serious about it about five years ago and we decided that there was a real void in the world of sports is so many sports radio sports content so many people talking about last night score or last night's game but legends kind of get lost in the shuffle quite frankly and we We wanted to be able to perpetuate legends To document to really continue the conversation to bring them back into the conversation in a lot of cases and make legendary athletes moments teams personalities relevant again in and keep it current and relate to what's going on in In the world sports today so we lead off with a podcast. Now i'm in my third season of the podcast where i sit down and talk to people in the world of sports athletes owners bands. Whoever had made an impact in sports. And i have a different kind of take on it. Because i you know. I am working. I'm working professional in the world of sports and You know my own experience. And i guess i have people that i work with a known for years and years and years magic kobe. Peter guber orel hershiser. I mean. I could name a lot but we we did two full seasons and then we were actively pursuing a bigger platform that could Distribute us out and be a great partner and the la times really Saw us as great option for them as well because they have a really great podcast menu but they were looking for a sports. Podcast are lejeune's kind of Way of doing things really Was interesting to them. So we have now partnered with the la times. We co produced and distributed by them. It's not exclusive so you can still get your year legends. Sport podcast on apple or spotify but The la times has become a great partner for us and excited about everything that can happen. Now from that partnership.
A Conversation with Matthew Jordan Smith
"Hey come back to another episode of this. We can photo. I'm your host frederik van johnson. Today i get to chat with one of my heroes. In the photography world if samantha jordan smith he is one of those guys that is living the life of photographer that many of us dream about living. It's shoot beautiful famous people. He's extremely talented. He knows his way around a photon or to any educates he speaks. He does all the stuff that one day. I hope i can do so to the show man how you doing. I'm doing very good man. Good to be here in a big way chilly last saw in japan. It's now feels like fall. I got this morning. It's my morning right now in doing this turtleneck like it was kinda chilly in the house this morning. So franken case is here in california northern california. It's not crazy hat but in my office right now it is. It is seventy eight seventy six degrees in here. I got a fan. Good it's weird. This area's just weird. It gets cold. It gets hot and it gets colder. Have whatever. yeah but yeah. Let's let's listen jump into it man. I wanna i wanna get a quick check in on where things are when last we spoke. You were preparing a brand new art form. To be availed show and art show in tokyo. And you get all excited about that. Everything was getting ready to get going to figure out how the installation was gonna go. Phyllis in go in or you're happy with it. I went very very well. It happened on september first. Which is i still at this point. japan was kind of locked down. The no tourists can come into japan. Even right now noticing come in so it was only people who live here coming to the show so it wasn't packed way it would have been in the times but it still had a lot of people that came through. The show shows up for two weeks. We had because this japan they document everything so we found out he became to the show there. About five hundred seventy people came through the show over to period of time so that was decent. It would been you know three times that at least if it had been in normal times however it what was great about it it opened the door for other shows and for other opportunities. So i've been in meetings with with different companies about those other opportunities. I can't go deeper into discussion about that. But some really exciting things are happening. I've been having meetings e even this week dealing with The outcome of that. Well you know it was happened from that show and i have another show that will now take place in tokyo sometime in twenty twenty one so it's really been really wonderful. I am now working on new pieces to go into the new show It's just opened up some really interesting abilities. Some really excited about that on both ends. You say you have a new art form and people look at you little firs they come in. They see the work and they make a judgment call. What was cool about. This is that people came in to see the show and they are statement which is kind of curriculum by comes in. They read about the the work in the the work and those who really know photography from the past look at the work and say wow how is this done and that question has led to a lot of great meetings and has led to this new. Hopefully this new show happy and twenty twenty one. The other great thing about it is there other shows that happen and there was a big show in kyoto. Where had my exhibit. That happens called catastrophe and that happened two weeks after my show closed. That show opened up and i would love to be in that show next year. Hopefully that will happen. I did meet the. The people run kyoto goofy. They didn't see the show. I met them after it closed my show closed but hopefully out. I now have information to to show them mooring and go from there. So i invite them to my show that opens in two thousand twenty one because people need to see things versus just hear it so sometimes you if you hear something like okay. What is that you can't tell and to you see it. I've had again like five. Six means one company and they want to see the work. You know themselves so we had a meeting this week where they actually saw the work and then they got it. Now we've had like five meetings no virtually before but they hadn't seen in the work. They saw pictures of the show when it was in in kyoto but they didn't make it to the show this week for the first time ever They saw the work and that changed everything. So this is work. You must see tangibly. See to get it so excited about that. And how to launch that so
Uncommon Grit, with a Navy Seal Photographer
"Hey welcome back to another episode of this week photo on your host. Frederik van johnson. This is going to be an interesting interview as many of you know i'm a. Us air force veteran eight years. But nothing that i ever did in the air force and i was a combat photojournalist in the air force. But nothing that i ever did in the air force comes close to my guest. Today has done in the navy as a navy seal. We're going to talk about that. We're connected on many levels. He's like my brother now. You're my big brother. So we're we're gonna talk about photography. We're gonna talk about his experiences being a photographer being a navy seal photographer and getting some of the shots did some of us just dream about getting. We're also gonna talk about this thing right here uncommon grit so. This is a book that he just published. That has a bunch of the photos that he took on that journey throughout the years. We're going to talk about all that all it's coming up right now be was going on man how you doing good man. Thanks for having me appreciate it. You know it's like you know we work with the air force again. Yes exactly so. I tell you what you'd be going. Air force base is awesome and those guys we were talking about earlier. It's like all we do is we're on deployment. Also we wanted that. Damn cheese tortellini. Mr and then you go there or face and go and do donna facility and they got damn pop tarts got doughnuts breakfast sandwiches and mike. Wow we chose the wrong service. look us. life was hard for us back then. It's like god damn you guys ever get the steak exactly right. I don't understand it. Medium rare knitted always medium. I don't understand. I know like we show up. We're like hey what can we get for this really cool navy seal dive knife like wow a semi two inch plasma screen okay. Sold as greasy work work with air force the. Pj's fantastic and those their you know what they did there Just phenomenal people. So you know it was. Yeah it s great to scrape to her. She wanted to work with you on the other side with photography which is really and here. We are right. Who knew who i keep. This book is part of my permanent collection. Now so thanks again presented over amazing. So let's let's talk about first. Let's before we dive into the book piece of this. Give give give us kind of the overview of your journey from you know not knowing anything about photography publishing an amazing book like dream that you know i. It's it's really very very very unique. Journey is just the it started with Graduated seal training and ninety six class to await from there. It went to silting to Did a bunch of deployments was silting created. Seal team ten. So that shifted me over silty mate but there were talking about like liberia. Were afghanistan iraq. So it was like four. Five combat deployments before i got a break and when i got a break that's in the navy airforce auto the air force's rotation but the navy break is five and two so it's five years deploying two years at a advanced training command. Get your senses back together train and then get back out there For me it was ten years. But when i got out there i got sent out to military freefall school in arizona and it's joint commands. Were there with like army navy with that. You know that's where my journey began this two thousand and seven and you know actually even be out there teaching free like ours. I was already a navy seal for ten years. I had to be a basic wall. Which is your static. Line basic military freefall called basic static. Line jump master military freefall jump master and then when i got out there ended up being a military freefall instructor military. Freefall instructor examiner And so An accelerated freefall Accelerated freefall coach excessive rainfall instructor essen. Tna select basic all the calls for air and then a everything. Now you're jumping out of a c. One thirty at sixteen thousand feet with With new operators never jump before and you tap on the show them the jump out and my job was just hang with them and just with the mix. You don't screw up getting getting back straight whatever they need to do and make sure they poll and and go from there and then i I started doing video because video. And what you're gonna learn at military freefall because you can't see what you're doing because you're you're free some students are all over the place you know and so do the video but one morning It was really really early. I don't know what. I think we're trying to beat some weather pattern. That was coming in and we were like literally. The ramp is open on like like probably five. Am just as the sun is like creeping up and the whole desert was just like beautiful reds yellows oranges and i was like man. I should Somebody should take a picture of this is really cool and then i'm like oh i guess i should figure that out you know are and so. That's soy started. Just google unlike the went to dr google photography you know and then that started my journey and the number you know it just you learn and then i go to barnes and noble. As a matter of fact. I went to barnes and noble at my old seal team to dive log from my last a combat dives that i did and i went all the way to the back. Full of the paged. I put my semi kids over to the kids section. You know when. I sat there like digital photography. Open up books going. Wow this is this is going to be interesting. And then i take notes and put the book back. You know. i'm that guy. Sorry i'm the guy. I would well at that time. He knows i'm in the military. I had three kids. You know with that. You're obviously for me that my life is unhappily married so to me it was. I was broke and i can feel the book. Twenty five bucks. I'm like well. I gotta take my kids to you know to the movies so i'm like i'd so it's anyway long story short right down. That's what i did.
"frederik" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Movie Talk radio 6 80. Okay, We're back here in movie talk. We're gonna go to the phones, and we have Jay and Kate's Phil. Go ahead, J. You're on wcbm. First movie. Everyone was about 11 and live by police station. We took the streetcar down to Baltimore and Cary Street believes the Capitol Theatre was there. Oh, yeah, I remember that. And of course, 10 cents for the streetcar, Dale. I was 15 or so to get into a movie. I can't remember that far. And I You know, I remember the warned the whore, not one Right straight up in the street, the ward and then across the street are down the street. A little bit was the newborn. And then members theory. Cincy ater. That's right. And then there was the bad creator. There are liberty you remember? Well this across the street from the ambassador. Wynn Theater. I was there when I was there, I think Yeah, that was a good time to get it. Do you remember when if he went up, Frederik Gro, You remember the Alfa Theatre and I remember I knew it was there, but I would never want that one. Everything about everything but out of Gator. All right. Thanks. J for calling. Keep lessening. Okay, We're gonna go to Joe and Bel Air. Good, Joe. You're on wcbm does and Mr Alec used to own it used in the Paramount Theatre on Blair, Rude and overly Yes, yes. The daughter became Miss Maryland..
Professional Albums and Cinematic Slideshows
"Hey welcome back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host frederik van johnson. Daniel you cinco is on the hot seat today. And he agreed to come on to quickly show some of the new features in their product. Smart albums if you're a wedding photographer or anybody who makes albums this software is let him say it. But this offer here is designed to make your life a little bit easier daniel. Welcome to the show man. How's it going. Hey let's see us. I'm doing good. I'm doing well i'm excited. I saw your email a couple of weeks ago. Come through about the impending release of this of the new features. So i wanted to you. Come on and you you were. You were when you mentioned and we sort of dialogue. I thought the best way to share what the features are would be to. Have you come on for a couple of minutes and just show us you know. Exactly what the new features are so the before we do that for the people who may not know about picks lou or the smart albums product this give us a quick overview of what this what the software is and who it was designed for. Our software is all about saving time and For professional photographers album design processes a very time consuming process and we found a way to make it not days of work but the minutes of work and we released our first version of smart albums in two thousand thirteen. So it's been seven years We've included a lot of updates and the latest one is all about making it faster the whole process with the design. That's great congratulations man. That's a that's a. That's that's like one hundred years in software. That's true it's like it's like when you see news recordings from ten years ago click. I was fifty years ago there the quality of just last year rights. Yeah cool well. Let's let's dive right in. I wanna i wanna see with the with the new features are so. I'll go ahead and bring your screen up here okay. So i'm sharing your screen now so this is it right to walk out. The nuances are so for those. That don't now. The album process Before you can find the book too late the photos out and the traditional lane thought of shop you know you take hours or days usually to line among to decide which photos go where and all that kind of stuff and the original idea behind smart albums is that you can choose images that you want to include on the page old say the the news any simply drag them onto the blank canvas and while up you got yourself a design and you can click next to see what other designer able now. The latest update is for people. Who don't even want to do that. Like this dragging is taking too long. I need to make an faster. So we Included something called auto bill. And i'm gonna do is just gonna select all of the images that are imported. I'm gonna assume that these images are the ones that the Couple of from this wedding decided they want to include an album and then click on auto. Bild i'm going to be asked the most important question. Which is how big should album be in terms of pages. So two pages equals one spread and whenever photographer selling album limited the album to a certain number of spread because the cost of printing album is based on. How many spreads are typical album. That i build is about. Twenty spreads pages. So that's literally all. I need to choose. I can't have some more control over. How smart album's distributor damages. But i'm gonna leave those Options as is mild was going to use the time codes. It's gonna re arrange photos. Based on the time they were taken whether images are color a black and white and other major data so i was like like Bild i will wait. Just a few seconds and smart albums will be done just like that. So i can quickly preview what i have so far by clicking the right and left keys on keyboard so remember that we're gonna be able to make changes to dis but as you can see smart albums without us doing really anything has already damages together in such a way that it makes sense for instance here. We have the group photos and here. We have a couple portrait's now based on a time. Call new that these photos were taking around the same time and this was later so it place those images in separate spreads which obviously tells a better story comparative we had all these images mixed together and so yeah we have literally at album done and then seconds and there are twenty twenty spreads there and the next step that i would That are i would do. Is i would go back. And if i don't like certain design for example maybe here i feel like the images are too small. Click next On my bar here the top and i can see what other options Have available for me. And let's say this is something. I want you knocking. Make further changes such as maybe Switching the images around on the design and Yeah so i will just go back. Make some changes and within a few more minutes. I will be completely done with my design.
Editing in Isolation
"Welcome back to another episode of this week in Photo I. Am your host Frederik van Johnson today. Lee Herbert is on the show. He's a final cut pro expert who has been using the absence like the early days of the software I think when it yet cert- up with a crank or something. Now Lee is the expert. He's talking all over the world these days. Virtually we're GONNA talk about how his business has changed as an editor that's Kinda stuck sheltering in place like the rest of us Lee Herbert Welcome showman how you doing. Much. I'm much like the rest of the will of surviving this year. So yeah, we we're getting. We're we're we're based in Melbourne. So we are now in I think we twelve or thirteen time has no relevance anymore of of lockdown here. So Yeah, it's It is what it is. It is what? gives us the the Reader's Digest. Story the first resume paragraph of WHO Lee Herbert is. Yeah, the first line, which ironically as an editor I, struggle to keep things brief when I'm talking. which. Because as an editor, obviously your main job is to make sure that you tell your story in the most short and succinct way. But when I'm telling marine. Story. But. So a little bit about me I have had many over the years but I worked in the apple wheels for ten years of a favorite Tom was that as a final per China. But at the same time, I also did a lot of theatre and TV and things like that and so I sort of ended up wanting to do a lot more production work. So I left Apple. Back in two thousand, thirteen I think two, thousand, thirty, two, thousand, fourteen, and started mining production company I. Still focused a favorite on training really enjoy the training side of things but yes oh, you know thankfully, we've been going from strength strength and so been doing. Mostly corporate videos for large and medium and sometimes small corporate clients my passion Israeli documentaries because I. Love. I love telling people stories in learning people's stories and Yes. BUYS. That's that's the the high level view of what I do and why do it? That's cool and you love this stuff I mean you you've been editing on I mean obviously as evidenced by posters on the wall behind you, you are a fan of apple products? And you have not working. We're apple a for a while since I've known you've been contracting on an offer. Those guys, right. Yeah it's. Yes on an. been doing doing stuff for them. Luckily I get to do stuff for up dump stuff cerny done stuff for a lot of stuff in the medical field. So we worked visor with books for GlaxoSmithKline. Quite a few local companies here as well. Obviously was the big stuff. But yes I've been doing a lot of corporate and I really. It's funny. The corporate side of things I think photography might get this quite a lot as well is that I get quite a lot of friends of mine who are in the field but they work more in in narrative do soap operas they do movies and things like that and they say to me Oh you know I'd hate to do corporate stuff because you sort of a confined and be. You know you might not have. A particularly exciting product to talk about and I was like, yeah. But that's like that's the really cool thing for me is I love the idea of having to look at a widget and go how can I make this widget coup? How can I find the story and helped tell the widget story so that you know the people can get it like I was just having a virtual meeting with a client earlier this week in you know she was saying that they want to build a relationship with the production company because I don't just want to talk about the speeds and feeds of what they sell they WanNa talk about the benefits they want to talk about you know. got these cool buttons but here's why does cool buttons are going to make your life better and here's why you should buy it. So I really like that aspect of. Doing corporate work yeah, yeah, this whole world though you know as you as you look at just sort of the shifting of where things are right now, you know like the title of this, the stream slash recording is editing an isolation and as you and I were talking about offline last week I think it was there has been some positive you know obviously. You know the whole thing is negative. There's no way to spin it as positive but there are some cracks in the clouds and that are revealing new revenue streams that you didn't have prior to the whole pandemic. He talked about that a little bit of how things have shifted from Lee. Herbert hopping on a plane first-class to go to a gig versus. Lebron up skype in firing of invoices. What does it look like? It's definitely Dif- Liam. been quite different from that. So I'll given. So obviously like I had when when everything sort of started going crazy I had at least five to ten jobs that were either put on hold canceled, and obviously I'm not going to get flourine outs to the USO Asia wherever it is GonNa fly me out to to shoot stuff for them but the interesting converse of that is. Interestingly enough events because my my company we do we do a few events. We got a couple of in the middle of the year and then a couple at the end of the year. But like regular ones, men bits and bobs coming but we didn't really do a lot of events and funnily enough a lot of the work that's coming from lately is from virtual conferences. So I've had quite a few corporate clients who they've got staff members who are presenting it at virtual conferences, and thankfully they have realized very quickly that just doing it on a Webcam is not a good look for the company. I think we've all kind of like one of my biggest concerns when when the whole lockdown thing started is if you watch the news just about everyone that they were interviewing on the news, which is in the terrible lighting situation with you know they they elect either under the nose looking straight up they nose as what will up somewhere and you got people in the background working with their underwear it was. Dogs and cats living together complete my him and I was looking at that going. Oh, my goodness I. Really Hope People don't get used to it and go. Okay. Well, this is just how you know. You're not going to have good lighting. You're not going to have good camera. You're not gonNa have good microphone and we just going to be eastern that's going to be fine. I was like I'm out of work. This is awful. But thankfully, what's happened is a lot of my clients have looked gaunt. Yeah. You know we could do better. So there's been a favorite of consulting but I've done. So locally here in Melbourne between lockdowns, I worked with quite a few clients who realize that they were going to be working from home lot. Warn I helped them get even if it was just bit a webcams or just. A little you know like, for example, a lot of them when they could get them in stock. This thing called the Algata cam link between you and me there's tons of these for twenty bucks on Amazon that you can get instead of big fancy expensive ones. which allow you to connect. Dias Laura Ramirez camera into your computer used as Webcam as I am with my ach three now.
Documenting Life with Cystic Fibrosis
"He looks back to another episode of this week and photo I'm your host Frederik van Johnson today we're traveling all the way to Dubai from California to talk with Katharina about some amazing work that she put together. We're going to dive in deep. We don't have a whole lot of time, but I want to dive in and get an idea of the project. She's put together that she's shooting or that she shot the the the driving force behind that and you can read all about this in the the companion article on the blogger for dot com. But I WANNA I WANNA dive into get a little bit get a little bit deeper and take different angles. So kathrina welcome to the show how are you doing? Thanks for having me. Is. Good to have you, it is really good to have you. You know you are right now sitting in Dubai I gotTa tell you. Dubai is on my list of cities that I absolutely have to go visit. I gotTA climb to the top of that the tallest building in the world. If I if they let me up there, I need to do that. So tell me about that I about yourself tells about Kevin and what makes what your driving force that that pushes you to create these amazing images that you create. So I'm Swedish born in Sweden I left when I was eleven. Had lived in Pakistan and Turkey and California, and and also in France and England and I ended up in Dubai when I was eighteen years old and I walked into a newspaper and then said. I'm really good photography should hire me and I only had a couple pieces. I don't again shooting for the high school use paper. And I think they just I don't know they just took a chance and I got a job with them and I started shooting. For this newspaper and was really interesting time I stayed for almost a year and then I start desisting for for four years almost. So that's Kinda where my training. Happen. Really. And I've been. Working in the commercial sphere in in the United Arab Emirates. Since Nineteen ninety-two I've been here who? How? Wow. Okay. So you're not a visitor, you're a resident. What's life like there? What's life like in Dubai for photographer? Me and I'm asking selfishly because one day. I'm going to go there. If I if I show up into by what, what do I have to expect? It's actually like a super vibrant community. It's very arty community. It wasn't I arrived I mean I was the only female photographer here and that obviously has changed in the last twenty eight years Now it's it's really amazing place to be. You're also in a can. I feel like we're in the middle of the world there because we are now four hours to Kenya, you're coming up hours to You know to Jordan Ghanistan four hours to you know SRI. Lanka and Maldives. So. Kind of you can hope on play. Well, not right now but you Name and and be anywhere. You know within four or five hours I love. That's how I worked in the whole region for for traveling and it's been you know Saudi and Bahrain and Qatar in all these places so I feel Very, much at home in this part of the world mnay. Back to Europe feel a little like I say, Hi to everyone people elect why she saying hi to us. It's more like. It's very friendly now. Wow, that's exciting. Yeah. That's city beds that whenever I see pictures like pictures of Dubai, are on my screen saver on my television. So you know whenever that comes up I'm just thinking that just looks like a city of the future. It looks like if you in this is kind of what he did. It looks like when you if you had a blank canvas and you said, you know what? I want to build an money's no object. Obviously. Build the best city that I can possibly build. This is the city that you would build as. I think very much like that is so modern in you know in. So many ways of of you know the way you conduct your daily life it's oil online and this kind of you can you can it's it's so accessible. I have to say that this morning when it's actually today is the day of. Summer and full rights Eckrodt's. Think. To, Dame, we've had an yesterday we've had fog and it happens when it changes weather from summer you know being really really hot. So every photographer in Dubai on instagram today and yesterday had pictures you know. Everyone makes up. Summer is over let's go out and shoot. Dubai. That's the thing you know photographers. If you you you. If you're in a place without studying places to photograph, it's kind of like torture right? Because you have got what was amazing geared software and others but I don't have anything to take photos of sounds like you. You have what you need to shoot and the locations to go shoe win when you're able to travel. So you're you're living. The dream. Super Hall tried. So it's you know the Celsius so it's it's kind of you don't go out during the day at old. Months. Yeah. Let's switch gears and talk about your work with the ski school in in how that came about and you give me give me a little bit of a background on that project. Right, so I do not philanthropic. Projects. Every. Year. Also parts of the applicable to refers. And, we tend to go to places but this one in particular I'm having because my my husband's boss is from Italy as she was advising the ski school of Cormier in Italy and the Ski Association of Korea. And this guy's premiere. On a brochure were making. She had a look at it and you know they were coming up with ideas and she's like I know this will talk she should come and do this. She doesn't know these projects. So I became involved in just in the year of two thousand and nineteen and we start talking about it. I got really excited because I love skiing and I felt I was heading. Over there to do this project on skis going up in the mountains, but it took so long for us to organize everything eventually on I flew in July of that year in two thousand and nineteen.
"frederik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That allow people Teo to take a 91 180 day pass on their mortgage payments are auto payment or the credit card payment. We've seen the utilization. Those referrals come way down. We're probably down to about 5% of our consumer loans outstanding and the people who have come out of deferral by and large Have been remaining current well above 90%, but But if there is no more stimulus when that runs its course, When these deferral programs are over, then we'll begin to see to actually rolls into delinquency. And so there'll be some ambiguity until that happens, and the worst of it in terms of charge offs probably happens at some point in the second or third quarter of next year. For both consumers and for businesses. John since 2018 since the Federal Reserve's consent order. You, of course, have been limited to a sentence and tipsy off balance sheet growth. Are you worried that you can't extend the sort of lending you would like to at the moment, particularly to the consumer, particularly to small businesses that so needed at this moment? It is a real imitation toe what you could do And will that be some sort of credit crunch from those areas? I don't think Sean alone side to the constraint that we have his total balance sheet size, which actually these days. It is more of a constraint on the on the deposit side because so much liquidity has flooded into the banking system that the growth in deposits and for certain types of deposits we've We've worked with customers to find other places for that money to go on the low side. Actually, the reverse is true. We we could use more alone demand. Then we're seeing a consumer loan demand actually pretty good at mentioned mortgages because the housing market is on fire. Autos are very busy and people are buying cars. People have been a little bit slower to spend on their credit cards because Frederik have been Appropriately conservative as unemployment as ah, peak and then has backed off a little bit, but still higher levels and miss more uncertainty in the employment environment, but consumer loans whether it's Mortgages, autos, credit cards, etcetera plenty of capacity for that and enthusiasm in making those loans on the business side. We've seen a reduction in demand for a couple reasons. One. Capital markets are wide open and lots of larger businesses or getting their funding from the capital markets.
A Look At Apple's Hi, Speed Event
"Few huge surprises at apple's high speed event though. There were some unexpected bits. Did. Anybody. See The verizon thing coming? Did we have any idea what? MAG SAFE WAS GONNA turn out to be. There we'll get to those. Most of today's presentation is drawn from a couple of viewings of the Apple Park presentation. We'll also pull from the usual suspects doing their usual bang-up jobs. Tuesday's high-speed event presentation started with Apple CEO Tim Cook welcoming viewers back to Apple Park than throwing the presentation almost immediately to others to give the INS and outs of home pod. Many. Bob Board richer's apple VP worldwide product marketing listed the company's desires for home pod. Wanting. The device to have amazing sound to act as an intelligent assistant to serve as a smart home hub all while protecting the privacy and security of the user. This, they say they do in a smaller spherical unit that costs less than one third of the original home pods original asking price. On the amazing sound side company bragged on the devices ro properties as well as how well it plays with others. Others being other apple devices. Users can apparently sink home pod many's either a stereo pairs or to play the same audio throughout the home. The. Inclusion of apples you one processor makes handoff easier to handle according to the company. For what it'll play. Well, there's the usual stuff apple music, apple podcasts, iheartradio radio DOT COM tuned in with Pandora and Amazon music on the way in the coming months. As for the smart part Home Pod, many will handle or interact with messages. Calendar phone calls maps music because. The. Weather reminders and find my feature. There was also an interesting demo where users ask for personal updates and got them. personalized. So he you know multiple voice recognition is key. Now. One new feature mentioned and de Mode was intercom. This is basically what it sounds like. You tell home pod to deliver a message to everybody and the various apple devices in the house including other home pods, iphones, apple watches air pods, and even carplay units play or display the message. I have heard entercom will work with the original home pods as well though not seeing that confirmed. Addressing. It's smart home hub nece home pod many integrates with apple's home APP that lets control home connected accessories said scenes and stuff like that. Covering User Privacy Apple, says no word spoken to Home Pod, leave your home until you touch home pod many or say he. S I are. So, yes, it is always listening but what it here's goes nowhere until you give it the command. Request. A home pot or not associated with apple ID. You choose whether recordings are saved by apple personal requests only work when the associated iphone is home with you. And communications with smart home accessories used strong encryption according to the company. Now I, said earlier that the unit is spiritual. If you've seen a home pod, there is no mistaking what this thing is. Same sort of light up display on the top same mesh wrapping it's roundedness and the same white and space grey options as the original home pod. Coming soon to flat surface near you. Orders for home pod many began on the sixth of November unit, start, shipping the week of the sixteenth of November. Not Price, to beat an echo but not a device that will break the bank. Home Pod many will sell. For, Ninety, nine bucks. Okay. I pretend to hear you say but I'm worried about breaking my home pause many. Not sure why but better to be safe in your case. To that end apple care plus we'll be available for home pod. Many. A piece from macrumors says, that will run buyers fifteen bucks. When Tim Cook was back on camera, he took a moment to Brag on iphones past noting the iphone eleven has been the number one smartphone in the world since its launch and that I phone has led the industry in customer satisfaction every year since it's Get ready to hate all of them as the iphone twelve line makes the scene bringing with it five G. Connectivity. Which one? All of them. Had Been Rumored Apple announced four iphone phone twelve models and has had also been rumored. Each can support five G.. Cook says, five G. Brings A new level of performance for downloads UPLOADS, higher quality video streaming, more responsive gaming, real time interactivity, and more. The CEO says five Jia superfast, which he actually pitched as a security feature speeds are so good. He says you'll be less tempted to sign on the public WIFI limiting exposure to the dangers that lurk there. Every decade brings new technology that provides a step change in what we can do with iphone said Cook. Today. A new era begins for iphone. Today we're bringing by G. to phone. Then began the verizon commercial. Hans Fest Berg Chairman and CEO. Verizon took to the stage talk about big reds five G. offering. Verizon's by ultra wideband with large quantities of millimeter wave access will be live and sixty cities across the US by the end of this year. In ideal conditions, Best Burg says the carriers seen four gigabits down and two hundred megabits up. The four gigabits is kind of funny own Antonio Guy says an ideal conditions. Well it doesn't sound like you're getting four GIGA beds but we'll get, him. The other thing best Burger announced was flipping the switch on Verizon's extensive five gene nationwide network. That apparently went live yesterday. Boy would I like to know the terms of the deal worked out between, that bill and Verizon? Emphasis on particular carrier. I did not see coming. Now I said iphone twelve comes in four models here the rumor mill rang true. The phones are iphone twelve iphone twelve many iphone twelve pro and iphone twelve pro, Max. Starting with iphone twelve, remember the squared off edges of iphone Four. The new design returns us to that. Squared edges that meet flush with the devices front and back glass the front classes something special though. Working with corning delay, this display is protected by what apple. Calls Ceramic. Shield. It is said by the company to be tougher than any other smartphone class with four times better dropped performance than iphone eleven. The display it's protecting is apple custom Ole ed providing truer blacks, better contrast and two times the pixels iphone eleven or four, hundred, sixty pixels per inch. While that displays the same six point one inches iphone eleven, apple shrank the surrounding enough to make iphone. Eleven percent than her fifteen percent smaller and sixteen percent lighter than iphone. Eleven Choice of colors is not huge but they are pretty. With options and black. White Product Red Green. And blue that. Does things for me. I shouldn't talk about in mixed company. The candy coating is nice. Let's talk about. It's Chewy. Chocolate center starting with the phones five Genus Apple says, iphone twelve has the most five G. bands of any smartphone for better performance in more places. Additionally the company's silicon, the software approach. Let's apple make the best use of available five G. including choosing to not use five. G.. It sounds like iphone defaults to lt e tapping into five G. when it's both necessary and available. That is great for power consumption according to the company. Apples tested the new phones on over one hundred carriers and over thirty regions. In ideal conditions iphone twelve gets up to three point five gigabits on. which is what makes the Brian Bragging about four gigabytes down kind of funny yesterday. It does support millimeter wave those so. got that going for it. As, for the phones on workings iphone twelve powered by apple's a fourteen bionic, the first phone powered by the five nanometer processor technology packing eleven point eight billion transistors roughly forty percent more than eight thirteen. A six core CPU that's up to fifty percent faster than last year's phone and a four core GPU graphics that are up to fifty percent faster than last year's model. Machine learning also gets a boost iphone, twelve packs of sixteen coordinator and Gen that's up to eighty percent faster than iphone eleven capable of eleven, trillion operations per second. Company bragged on Games claiming console quality for the phone. To Demonstrate and executive from riot games showed off League of legends wild rift a mobile, only game due out later this year. Well phone twelve is not the phone photographers would choose. There's plenty of improvement and it's cameras. Apple says the phone has a twelve megapixel ultra wide camera and twelve megapixel wide camera. It said the sport, the fastest aperture yet it also features a seven element lens that apple says offers twenty-seven percent improvement in low light performance. Mag Save is an internal thing. Rather than a name for a connector is in days of old MAG. Safe today is a collection of magnets and charging elements that help line up the phone for proper charging. When it's not charging those magnets go to work holding on cases and wallets and third party stuff. Apple expects a thriving ecosystem of third party doodads take advantage of the newly introduced MAG. Safe. Ness. Mag Safety. Safe thing. Anyway. It's a thing built into iphone twelve. Every model in the line. Now's probably phone twelve many. Except for the size, you can take everything I've said so far about iphone twelve and play it back. iphone twelve many has the same specs as iphone twelve though in a slightly smaller size. The company says the mini is smaller and lighter than four point seven inch models like iphone eight but with a bigger five point four inch display. Apple says, this one is the smallest thinnest and lightest five G. phone. In the world. Talking about last night with Frederik, Van Johnson, and a few other folks on Chuck joiners Mac. Voices. We came to the conclusion that the pro phones for two groups, people who wanna spend as much money as they can afford. Or people who really care about the camera. There's nothing wrong with the camera functionality and the iphone twelve or iphone twelve many. Unless you count they're not being as high end as the camera on the high end. No I'm not a high end photo guy. So there was a lot set around iphone twelve pro, an iphone twelve pro Max that escapes me. The camera on iphone twelve pro boxes said by apple to have a sixty five millimeter focal length from fifty two millimeter focal length and last year's counterpart. It's got five times optical zoom range and the set to support an eighty seven percent improvement in low light versus last year's top of the pro line. I do know enough to be impressed by one thing. The pro line can shoot an apple pro raw. or it will be able to with a software update. Later, this year photographers will also be able to edit those images. Directly, in the photos APP. The pros can also handle. HD are video recording catching seven hundred million colors. Sixty Times, the number they could capture before. Apple, said they also sport the first smartphone camera that'll record in dolby vision hd are. And just like the apple pro raw functionality users will be able to edit the dobie vision HDR video in the photos APP. Finally the light are rumors were finely true the twelve pro and twelve pro Mac speech or a world facing light detection and ranging scanner. That let folks scan and modeled their surroundings. Apples Demos showed that put to use for placing objects in an augmented reality environment performing improved autofocus and low light and improving camera that perception in low light for night moat. Working our way out of these phones, Greg, Joswiak, apple's newly minted senior. VP Worldwide Marketing talked about a few of the pro lines features. It's got mad safe. It's got ceramic shield. It's got a Super Ratna FDR display. As for sizes iphone twelve pro gets bumped from five point eight inch display display size of six point one inches the pro Max meanwhile goes six point five inch display to a display size of six point seven. All of it is bound by the same squared off edges as iphone twelve, the with a couple of distinctions. I. The outer band is stainless steel on the pro line and second the colors are a bit more refined. Coming in silver graphite a gold that looks seriously golden. And the Pacific. Blue that doesn't do as much for me as the blue on the IPHONE twelve. Not that I'd turn it down. If cost is your primary concern. Here is what you're looking at across the whole line of iphones. iphone se. Start Three, hundred, ninety, nine dollars iphone ten are starts at four ninety, nine iphone eleven starts at five, ninety, nine iphone many starts at hundred ninety, nine dollars iphone twelve starts at seven ninety, nine, iphone twelve pro starts at nine, ninety nine. An iphone Pro Max starts at one, thousand, ninety, nine dollars. For the new phones though those prices are only Kinda SORTA true. Peace, from the Mac Observer says iphone twelve many an iphone twelve do start at six, ninety, nine and seven, ninety nine if you buy them as a t and T or verizon phones if you buy one is either a sprint or t mobile phone or as an unlocked phone. The starting prices are seven, twenty, nine, and eight, twenty nine. With no indication as to why. While it's great that ceramic shield means less of a chance of broken display. The chance is still there. If that bugs, you apple care pluses there for all of them. macrumors says, two years of coverage will run one, hundred, forty, nine dollars for iphone and twelve mini. Adding loss or theft protection will up that price to to nineteen buyers can get ongoing coverage for seven, ninety, nine per month or eleven dollars and forty nine cents with loss and theft added. As for the higher end phones, the pizzas, two years of Apple Care Plus will cost one, nine, thousand, nine or nine dollars ninety nine cents per month. Theft. And loss coverage bumps that price to two, hundred, sixty, nine dollars or thirteen dollars and forty nine cents per month. Ongoing. As for availability, apple is starting in the middle. And working out. Would owners can order iphone twelve and iphone twelve pro this Friday the sixteenth. October. They'll be delivered the following Friday the twenty third. If you're targeting either end of the range. iphone twelve, many an iphone twelve pro Max will go up for order on the sixth of November. Delivery should hit the following Friday the thirteenth of November. Barring incident which I have to say because. Friday
Adobe MAX! The Creativity Conference
"Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo I'm your host Frederik van Johnson Today on the show we're talking to some folks from Adobe about. A little show called Max that they put on from year to year. The lot of people in the creative industry look forward to kind of like Mac, nerds look forward to macworld. The creatives look forward to Max because it's kind of the latest greatest it's coming out of adobe innovations. And just sort of a shot in the arm creativity wise of what's happening in the creative world. Obviously. This year is a little bit different, and Max is a little bit different They're pivoting. These were pivots overused this year but they've they've restructured the conference into some more of a virtual offering and I want to get to the bottom of it. I want to understand is it better? Is it? You know what's better than being full on physical is virtual virtual allow more people to attend a you know, what are we giving up going virtual? So all those things we're going to answer. So Britney miscarrying Katrina ice men. Are, here to talk about the stuff, we're also going to dive into if we have time into some topics around light room in understand light room workflows in that cool stuff. So welcome to the show guys how you doing. Great. Thank you for having eight. Thank you. No. Thank you both for coming on. Monday afternoon I know how busy Mondays are for everybody. So thanks for taking the time to do this. I WanNa have you both introduce yourselves your individual areas of expertise inside the adobe adobe ecosystem, Katrina iceman. We'll start with you what do you what do you and I have known each other you know for a long time I won't go into how long but it's been a long time. I'm happy to see your face in here and I was surprised when I saw that you are attached to adobe also they need her so What do you? What are you doing at Adobe? Well, first, let me say that I started with Photoshop. Before it was released and even when I see with that Beta version of photoshop like I WANNA work with this company that was over thirty years ago. So hang on to your dreams because they do come through and. I know I'm tenacious and. Due to my photographic writing and educational experience. There is a new project that adobe was developing. That's now in light room, and it's all of the room to to`real and the discovery edit files learning an inspiration all in-app that I'm happy to talk about, and that's really what I concentrate on is working with the community to share integration and information. So you're you're I know you're you're official title of over there is the your product manager for engagement and I'm interested to a really happy to see that you're helping with the education side of that because you know as as the interview progresses as we talked about in the Green Room, I want to understand and I want our listeners viewers to understand that ecosystem, the light room classic ecosystem in Mobile, and how that fits into it and what they should be using for what is. As you know as a educator, there's a lot of confusion out there around what tool should I use much much to a to the effect of people even beings suffering from analysis paralysis like, Oh, I should use that year. So I use that I use this deal or whatever. So let's get to the bottom of that to in this interview as we progress, of Brittany, tell us about you and your your expertise over to Dobie. What are you? What's your? What's your area of responsibility? So, I, oversee strategy content and marketing for adobe corporate events, which includes Adobe Max says well as Adobe Summit. So this year has been a very busy year where we're going all in on virtual events, and so I'm very excited to talk more about what we're doing for Max. That's cool. That's cool. So Max. So take us for the folks that may not have heard of adobe Max right what what was adobe Max originally concepted for and who who's target So, Adobe Max is the world's largest creativity conference, and typically it has been three full days of immersive learning and training and inspiration workshops in a variety of other activities in a physical environment. So we traditionally have appealed to creative professional's across all of the various products that adobe focuses on. It's also where we traditionally will announce any of our new releases and our latest innovations.
"frederik" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You're listening to classic radio. Theater on your favorite station x minus one initially was a revival of dimension x that ran from nineteen fifty one, tonight nineteen, fifty to nineteen, fifty one, and by the way it was not dimension extras not the first. Science fiction. program. On the air that distinction would go to mutual two thousand plus which in many ways was a better show because it was all original scripts. No adaptations as was the case with dimension x and x minus one. But still you had some great writers Ernest, Conroy George Leopards, doing the writing and adaptation. Science fiction stories by leading authors Isaac Asimov Ray Bradbury Philip K, Dick Robert heinlein Frederik Pohl and theodore sturgeon. And so many amazing episodes in this is one of them today September Fifteenth Nineteen fifty, five, the castaways, an episode of X. Minus One here on Classic Radio Theater. Owners. Instrument Room taking in the last Missouri takeover control and Santa Yes. The LCD standby those ninety. Yes. Around the beach. Assembled in place general three, thirty right on the nose Robin study evaluation see to. Stop Allen's Bradley moving them out the beach. Check with navy and.
"frederik" Discussed on WTOP
"Traffic center in Virginia. Curious DeLay on North bound 3 95, actually coming off of 95 in Springfield headed past Edsal Road, so watch for either work zone or an incident that may have popped up their north about 95 is still slow now from Route three in Fredericksburg had passed 17 the work zone set up in the right lane, 66 West bound inside the Beltway near glee. Bro. There was work, taking Elaine without a delay. And outside the Beltway on 66. No reported problems. They've you're on Route seven. It is West found seven. You're seeing delays coming past Bueller Road, making your way over difficult run toward Colvin Run Road and bearing Cameron. There should be a single lane Getting by that work sewn in Maryland Eastbound 32 near Linden Church Road had been the scene of an earlier wreck. We also had one on 85. Its spectrum drive in Frederick 508 Adelina Rhoda Diane. Odin, Prince Frederik and down Tree and wires has you under redirection eastbound 1 98 that single lane blocked after Peach Orchard Road for a down pulling wire. So expect to be alternating around that stretch for the incident on Harry. Nice Mac Middleton Red, you are alternating across the bridge for the work zone, the westbound span of the Bay Bridge. The left Lane of three is blocked with the work two lanes. He's bound to Lane's westbound getting across the Bay Bridge, not really seeing much of a back up in the district Southern Avenue near H Street Southeast, you were under police direction for the crash. So beach drive remains closed between Blackburn Avenue in Park Road or Tilden Street. This's an indefinite closure because the road was damaged by last week's flooding. It's time to get home schooled in window nation's savings. Get 50% off all Windows styles. Zero down zero payments and zero interest for two full years. Call 866.
"frederik" Discussed on WTOP
"Edu. That's UMG si dot edu Certified operating Virginia by chef at 18 on T O P traffic and weather together on the age to Rick McClure, starting Virginia 66. We're checking on broken down east found near the Manassas rest area might be surrounding the left lane. Be careful and stay right. No problems. Report on 3 95 95 at a brief delay heading south down before the Uncle Kwan and sit for 95 good on the north bound side. Westbound to 67. After the Beltway. We have a report of a crash in the left lane. Let's head over to Maryland. We're checking in brief slowdown headed north along the BW Parkway through Laurel near route 1 97. We have it at a confident gotten a confirmation on this. But we believe there's one broken down along the right side, so hopefully we'll have more information on it. In our next report. This is North bound on the B W Parkway with the brief delay after route 1 97. Route 50 still moving nicely, both inside and outside the Beltway. Good across the Bay Bridge. Three lanes Western two Lanes east. I 95 Maryland side travelling through Howard County. Help is on the way to one broken down South bell near route 1 75 at last check. It was in the left lane. By 2 70. No problems there, too. And from Frederik up in Hagerstown, there's a work son set up along the westbound side of I 70 new route. 65 Sharpsburg. With the two left lanes blocked and the capital Beltway still running nicely all the way around through Maryland and Virginia. Rick McClure w T o p. Traffic, Rick.
"frederik" Discussed on WTOP
"Lives matter. Demonstrators are getting more fierce in Oregon stocks in Tokyo in Australia, or down half a percent right now, Tech stocks fell on Wall Street. The Dow Rose. It's 8 31 severe weather has been moving through parts of the W T O p listening area this evening Storm Team four. Meteorologist Mike Stanford joins us live with where the storms are and where they're going. Just one severe cell right now. That's in southern Maryland, stretching between Prince Frederik and Leonardtown moving to the east at 20 miles an hour. The strong producing winds of 60 to 70 miles now are also some large hail. And although not severe, abandoned very heavy thunderstorms along the Beltway stretching from McLean, always Alexandria and then moving into the district. This cell has high winds in some hailing it, too. It's also affecting portions of I 66 all the way westward to Chantilly and then a band of increasing thunderstorms stretching from the plains to warn Chintu Remington. Move into the eastern around 20 miles an hour. I think this these sales may go severe with the next 10 to 15 minutes. We'll keep a close eye on that. So the risk for severe weather will stay with us for a next hour so and then storms of graduate a profit and by midnight, I'll be back in just a couple of minutes with your complete forecast. All right, Mike. CBS News Update with confirmed Corona virus cases in the U. S approaching four million, and with nearly 142,000 deaths, President Trump is acknowledging the severity of the situation when you are not able to socially distance where a mask get a mask, whether you like the mask or not. They have an impact. They'll have an effect and we need everything we can get. Mr. Trump's endorsement of Mask wearing is a dramatic about face for a president, who for months, resisted wearing.
"frederik" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Stores around the globe except we have a bunch of rubber balls and slinky and those other guys just aren't in the right age range yeah we get this first laser toy stories out of France forty five year old Fredricka doesn't know hard work does a manager at inter par fumes a Paris based perfume company and according to him he's had a rough go of it lately particularly at his job but he sounds very fancy the mid February he claims after he lost the client twenty fifteen management stripped his responsibilities and force them to do meaningless and monotonous work for the next four years and everybody to soliciting what yeah welcome to the real world exactly that's called work yeah I mean some of his new tasks included setting up a tablet for his company CEO and escorting clients to and from his boss's home so he was an assistant I know that he's getting paid for it and totally reek claim that those years were quote descent into hell cause them to feel depressed and destroyed he even told a local news outlet quote I was ashamed of being paid for doing nothing what they would do things real different plans yeah that's his mental condition deteriorated he was placed on sick leave for six months for he was eventually furloughed and replaced media and that's not bad yeah Fredricka got a lawyer and recently the court heard his case and agreed that Frederik suffered from a bore out a boat like boredom yeah apparently that's a thing borough being too bored at work.
"frederik" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"frederik" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And Kahlo, S HD, a Cumulus station. Iran's defiance lights out in Argentina. I'm Evan haynick. Well this week President Trump's national security team is expected to discuss in detail whether to send a digital American military personnel to the Middle East in response to last week's attack onto oil tankers to US officials say they add that it's not yet clear, how soon Trump will be briefed and win a decision will be made. Correspondent Frederik lichen is in Tehran, a former senior commander of the revolutionary guard told me when we had the last tanker attacks in early may look the US needs to understand one thing if this descends into a shooting war between these two countries that next to every American base in the Middle East. There is also a militia that is controlled by the Iranian. They say that the Iranians would be ready. One of the other things also point to for instance, there ballistic missile program, which, of course, they've been expanding a great deal. The New York Times reports the US has planted potentially crippling malware inside Russia's power grid in. In hopes of deterring Russian attacks on the US grid Republican congressman Steve Scalise told NBC's, meet the press. He approved of such action on glad that the administration has been taken aggressive actions, including if you saw the executive order the president issued a few over a year ago, lowering DOD to be more aggressive at making sure they can protect not only our grid. But go after anybody who's going to try to mess with our election security, and unprecedented. Failure of South America's power grid, shut off the lights in all of Argentina, or Aguire, in Paraguay today in Argentina, only tier Odil Fuego was unaffected by the outage because it's not connected to the main power grid. Well, the chief executive of Boeing says he's confident the seven thirty seven max will be cleared to fly again, this year by the FAA and all other global regulators at the Paris air show. CEO Dennis Muilenburg says Boeing made a mistake in handling problematic cockpit warning system in. It's seven thirty seven.
"frederik" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"Is. Hey, let's welcome back to another episode of this week and photo. I'm your host Frederik van Johnson. We have a one on one interview today with John Wallraff. He's a he's an employee over at data color, and he knows a little bit about the topic of colors more specifically color calibration color, accuracy. And making sure what you see on your screen is what you see on a print, and what you see on the next computer next to you, and on your tablet and projector and all that stuff. So I wanted to have a conversation with him to kind of dive into it a little bit deeper and demystify or D scare affi- some of the concepts behind getting color accuracy in your day to day, photography works. John. Welcome to the show, man. How are you doing? Now. Very good. Thank you. So let let's start with a with a little background of you. So like, I said you work for data color. What's your what do you do over there? And what's what's your position in the world of color? Accuracy. Yeah. So my my role here data color is imaging training and technical support manager in. I basically I work with with customers questions on color management. Our product line of you know, it's an Ben photography as well. My primarily be myself as a photographer, and and that's what I was doing professionally before giant data color a couple of years ago. Very cool. Very cool. And where where are you based right now on bass in Williamsburg, Virginia, Gary cool. All right. So you're keeping warm out there. I I take. take I Adam..
"frederik" Discussed on KGO 810
"Is Frederik Martel, and according to the Associated Press, he's a gay French writer, and he had pretty good access to the Vatican. According to the article he spent weeks inside the Vatican walls. I guess he knew someone inside there some sort of gatekeeper, and apparently was able to interview people he conducted nearly fifteen hundred in person interviews with more than forty cardinals fifty two bishops forty five Vatican and foreign ambassadors. And apparently, they didn't know that he was writing a book about homosexuality within the Vatican. Although he says they should have known. So this book is going to come out. On the twenty-first, it's already being translated. So that's why it's been delayed and his I guess his dad is that there is a many people higher ups within the Vatican. Who are homosexuals not only homosexuals but actually engaging in homosexual sex. He even says Francis. He said Francis is said to be among the wolves. It's not quite true. He's among the queen's. Wow. So and and and and Francis has come out with a who are we to judge about homosexuality? Right. So it really raises that interesting question of, you know, people that protest too much about the anti gay agenda. Why do you do that also brings in the debate over whether it's even healthy for priests bishops? And even the pope to go without sacks. You know? And you know, I have always believed that I think there are a few things that are going on that contribute to the. The the scandal with children, you know, the abuse of children, right Catholic priests. There are a few things that get into that. And and I've spoken at length before about the seminary that my brother had attended. And it has been shut down, and there was enormous scandal that took place there, and he found out that some of the boys that he had attended with had been victimized and one of the things that was also determined. I mean, it was massive abuse that was taking place there. And when you hear these men now tell the stories it's cringe-worthy it's so God awful. And and one of the results though, was they found out that some of the boys who were abused. The worst became abusers themselves priests tau it happens. Yeah. I mean, it's been documented what psychiatrists and psychologists that children of abuse. What it does to them, psychologically? These were kids these who are experiencing their real sexuality. They go there when they're teenagers. They go to seminary and when they graduate they become priests. I. I think they're deacons in the church, and then they become a Catholic priests. So these are formative years, and so there's that and I think that's a huge aspect of it. But I think there is something that has to do with the requirements of celibacy right with among Catholic. Clergy. It's a natural. It's ridiculous. And I think when you 'cause that kind of deprivation to men and women too. But I think more with men, I honestly believe it's more with men, I think it warps them. And I think some men are able to handle that and some men handle it fine. But it's very difficult to deny your sexuality. It's very difficult to deny your sexual creature. And the Catholic church is harming itself and all of its adherents by continuing with this ridiculous policy rather than to accept that human beings are sexual creatures and that priests should be allowed to marry and gay Mary and have sex and the heavy just go down. What the homosexual imagine? You're a young man, you're Catholic you're thinking, and you think that you're a homosexual and the lessons that you're learning from your church say that is a sin. So maybe you're like, well, then I'll just become a priest and then I won't sin. But then it's just suppressed and so in this article Martell, he's he's not he's trying to separate the two issues with the the the the child sex abuse happening within the Catholic church. I just because you're gay doesn't mean that you're going to be a pedophile. So he wanted to separate that. But he makes a great point along with this therapist that when you live in a culture of secrecy. And you see something happening that is wrong. You might feel you cannot speak up because you don't want to speak about against your own quote unquote crime crime of homosexuality within the priesthood and yet it was so prevalent. I need one of the things that he talks about is a priest friendly gay migrant prostitution seen near Rome's train station. And it's it's really quite something that as I think you were saying earlier that these priests the ones who acted out the most frequently are also the ones who were so intense in their home of homophobic rhetoric. Yeah. I mean, it's it's it's it's definitely makes you pause. Those that stand on the pulpit and scream about homosexuality is a sin, and you're going to be burning in hell where does that come from? Where does that fire for that come from? And also, I mean, it's not just homosexual. We really have to deal with Saxon. The Catholic church and how prohibitive it is. I mean, the story also coming out recently of brow, priests raping nuns, and forcing them to have abortions. Right. I mean the cabinet. Put up a mirror to itself xactly. And and that seems to be some at happened with some frequency and the abortions happened with some frequency. So, you know, there's there's more than one scandal afoot here, exactly abuse of children and the abuse of children is not going to be explained by homosexuality because we all know that pedophilia and homosexuality are not the same thing. They are completely removed from one another and most of the abuse of children tends to take place within family units, quite frankly. Right. So this, and I think that a lot of that stemmed from the teachings in the abuse that these kids suffered while they were in seminary and that they took that with them. But you have to I believe too that when you're when you're denied your sexuality when you are supposed to not have. You're not supposed to masturbate. You're not surprised, and you view it. In your thoughts. You're not supposed to even think about any way whatsoever. This is it causes people to be demented. I mean that that breaks your brain it breaks the person that you are. And I think that's the only explanation that there is for what's been happening. So isn't the solution then for the Catholic church to abandon celibacy the celebration requirement, and that's another thing the celibacy requirement. So you're a really devout Catholic a boy, and you're thinking I would really like to devote my life to God. But I have impure thoughts. I really wanna be with the woman are you going to enter the priesthood. I mean, they have a shortage of priests. And maybe that's another reason they do one of the things we've also heard from some of the reports that have been done is that there are people who enter the priesthood because it gave them access to Childress. Had a healthy priesthood that allowed priests to have sex allowed them to marry then you wouldn't have to take whoever comes in and says, yeah, I'm willing. You know, you'd be able to be much more discerning in who you grant, the vestments to I'm sickened by all of this. And I really think that it all goes to a very basic tenant and one that needs to be eliminated. You know way back when Jesus Christ established, the Catholic church. We all learned that in school Jesus Christ didn't establish celibacy. He did not say you have to be celibate to be a priest. This was something that happened. And I don't know who because I don't know. But one of our listeners will know some pope way back when and they say that it was established the priests couldn't marry that priests had to become celibate and it had to do with property because they didn't want proper. They wanted all the property to go to the church. They didn't want people to go buy a house with their family. And then when the priests died the property went to the family, it's a point of control these rules. A point of control over how you how you how you worship how you live. And it's to the detriment of the church is not to Catholics will they ever make the change. I mean, you know Francis has done a lot of things. And then he's done a lot of things that seem so out of character so wrong, and he doesn't like the idea of women entering the clergy. Why the hell not? Yeah. And the idea of eliminating celibacy, these are, you know, you do those two things and you've eliminated half the problem that the Catholic church is dealing with today. It's really interesting. If people would walk away from the church if priests were granted the right to marry are you Catholic I am not a practicing. But you're always Catholic Catholic. I'm a Catholic Catholic to I wouldn't I'd go. I would absolutely because I would find it not so hypocritical. They talk about natural man woman, all which I don't believe in either. But if you talk about natural so much that's God. God gave us to be sexual human beings. It is a gift. Sexual exactly and God likes love. There you go eighty eighty eight tennis the telephone number. I'm Pat there. So with Mickey with Nikki medoro, and you're listening to.
"frederik" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host Frederik van Johnson as you just heard that intro there. It's a big day for Panasonic Panasonic has released or announced or lifted the embargo on a brand new line of cameras at that puts them squarely in competition with other full full frame sensor players in the space, namely Sony, Nikon's in there now cannons in there, now, etc. So it's increasingly crowded space. But we want to find out today. I decided to get these guys on the horn to find out what it is about this Panasonic system that distinguishes them versus the competitor competitors out there. So on this show, look at all these guys look at all these guys here from all corners of the earth. So I'm going to I'm going to read your names off. And then you guys just sort of introduced yourself. And tell me who you are. And where you're from. And you know, all your basically your elevator pitch. So let's start with you, Jordan. Where are you from? You know, what's what's your what's your Panasonic deal? Yeah. So I am a wedding in commercial filmmaker in Austin, Texas. I run a team of really amazing filmmakers, we have twelve people on our staff, and we're doing about one hundred and fifty weddings a year over here in the Austin area, which is a wonderful area to be shooting. Weddings in Rawson doing a lot of corporate work, specializing kind of in the influence or marketing space, creating YouTube channels for companies who want to become known as as sort of thought leaders in their industry. Oh, that's cool. That is really cool. Well, welcome on man. It's good to. It's good to have you on this episode. Thanks for to do this today. This is unprecedented. This last minute request. No doubts. Also on the show is Mr. Don Kuma, rich. Gotcha. Coming to us from up north done. What's going on? And tell us about yourself Frederick great to be here. What can I say? I'm a macro photographer. I specialize in the unseen world. My work has been in many documentary films. And I'm known for my snowflakes in the wintertime, which I'm dealing with right now and the Panasonic mix cameras. Excuse me. It has been a part of that in the last little while. Specifically, the ones I'm excited to talk about that, very cool. All right. Well, we're gonna we're gonna talk about all that in sort of run down the specs list in a second for we do that Matthew Sutherland is on show Matthew, you're a car, man. What is this is tech? Now. This is tech. I know this is pretty great..
"frederik" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Daniels on NewsRadio W F L A where broadcasting live from Rome fish grill into for the first time in a very long time. Brian in Guam, November twenty seventh at last check. I believe we're following a loss here, which is very odd. But we do think everybody was hanging around with us quick programming note Tyler Johnson was are scheduled guests. But unfortunately, as many of you know, he was MIA in the third period. That's because we'll hear from John Cooper later. Lower body injury. Doesn't look too serious day to day, but he'll be reevaluated tomorrow. So no, Johnny tonight. No player guests. But Brian I will dissect tonight's game look ahead to Saturday's game against San Jose. And we will hear from John Cooper in our next segment. There's a lot of story lines from tonight's game Bryant. But if there's one player we have to bring up it's the one that is often overlooked with the Toronto Maple Leafs. It's funny. You know when these two teams were here in December for morning skate show in Tampa Bay Lightning dot com. We were pulling together significant moves that the Maple Leafs have made over the last few years to become a contender once again, and it starts. All right, Brendan Shanahan named teen. President you had Lula Morello for awhile kind of guiding the ship. Of course, you you draft. Austin Matthews, you you draft Mitch martyr and Willie knee Lander and John various free agent signing the summer, but the one move that often goes overlooked. I knew it was significant at the time. But you saw the move pay off tonight and everybody who covers the Maple Leafs. We'll tell you this is the MVP of the team just a lot of people won't acknowledge it, but the acquisition of Frederik Anderson in a trade from the Anaheim, ducks not the sole reason why the Maple Leafs won the game tonight in a four to fashion. But boy when he had to come up with a big save. He did I think a lot of the spotlight falls on the offense of talent. The young talent for the Maple Leafs. Upfront. That's fine. But Frederik Anderson's gonna continue to steal some points for this team. And they may not catch the leading the standings. But he's going to be a huge backer.
"frederik" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"At such a long years, you know, and I think almost because tap has been so good. It's skewing the view in Toronto beliefs because knowing you look in a lot of the the categories their second third or fourth overall in a lot of the different measurements. But there are a long way behind the number one. And so they they played a bunch of games with our Frederik Anderson. Their number one goaltender he returned earlier this week. So that's a positive sign for them because they were down to their third stringer the few of their their main scores are going through some trout's Austin Matty's Nazem Kadri project Marlow having scored much of late and something has been a little bit off. And and so the fans are starting to get on the team, you know, there was some news earlier this week when the avalanche were shocking in Toronto. I find it crazy because at this moment right now they're on pace for more points than last season. And last season. Everything was you know, sunshine and rainbows. It's just amazing. How expectations can change the way you view the ups and downs of the year. So my sense is a players are actually doing okay with it. Then I don't think that they're losing sight of the big picture, but there's a little bit of heat on this team here as they arrived for this game. Now, there are some parallels certainly between how laundry vassal nude here with the lightning and his teammates. And how Frederik Anderson is viewed with the leaves and in the Toronto area. Now, he's just coming off a groin injury. Missed eight games Vasic missed even more than that in the view here is that while down the road. He's going to be fresher. What's the view with Anderson and how much importance they place on him? That's internal big time. I mean, Frederik Anderson played sixty six games each of the last two regular seasons part of this one, and I know management and the coaching staff since too much that they feel that it's not putting him in the best position. To be successful compla- off time. And so this was not an injury over one injury for one year players, but a silver lining in this is that you know, now he's going to be in the high fifties. And that's if they don't manage. It starts extras playing the regular games, I would expect them to play. And so I think that there's a thought that it's a bit short term pain for long-term game for, Freddie, because you know in March last year, which is worth month of the season. He wasn't great in the first round against Boston. So they're hoping that extra rest will help them because you know, for all the offensive players have quite honestly, Frederik Anderson might be there MVP to this point this year. You know games they played early on. They probably didn't deserve to win that we had thirty eight same wins. And and those types of things so much like Masan nuts. Lonski withdrawal played here. The last game that was one that leaves for leaving thinking they should have won the game. But the Tampa goalie was a big reason why they didn't. Or maybe the biggest said they didn't. So no, I think Frederik Anderson has provided that to the lease at its best. And so they are hoping it'll be at his best more now that he's had that lay off. We watch Victor Hedman last year day in and day out. We watch them win the north trophy in. We all thought that he should. And you know, we get so focused on your own team that you're watching everyday is sometimes it's hard to judge get Morgan Riley having a hell of year this year with the Leafs. What do you see in his game? And what do you think is chances are what does he deserved? I think he has a chance we look you're planning Toronto. You're getting a lot of attention. And this is awarded voted on by writers around the league the Norris trophy. So I think he'll be in that mix, and it does seem that trophies skewed more to guys put up points in recent years. You know, whether it was here Carlson's, obviously at a great offensive season last year. And that's where Morgan has really taken a step. He's been a lot more assertive. And you know, he spoken actually quite openly that he didn't always believe like truly believe he was going to be a number one defenseman and his first couple of seasons in the NHL. You know, he was a fifth overall pick. So he came into the league with pretty high expectations. But I see confidence is honestly one of the. The main things that's changed for him. He's he's grown up. And you know, he's sort of taken that attitude, right? From the start of the year. This is his team that he wants to be a leader on that group, and you can see that in his play when he's at his best than so obviously the points coming because he's got so many talented players around him here on the power play. Specially he's her. He's got the second assist. Just for keeping it in and play in the zone at times. But you know, he's been a horse reliefs. And and frankly, it's what they needed there. The blue line is in areas still I think they're looking to improve. But his first term, and it's been a huge, Chris. Thanks for joining us. It's been great to have you. Stop by been some minutes with us and always nice to have you down. Here. We always see when the lightning of a deep run in the playoffs. You've covered so many Stanley Cup playoffs for sports net and in your career good to have you with us today plan on being here again in June. So. Country. And.
"frederik" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"Whereas now, it's almost stood enjoyable last of in the back of my mind still gonna get home so credited how much respective changes. And like I. Even around sort of crazy. How's how is sleep been? Sleeping more than ever been home a little bit more. So actually the me compared to the last year's I've never travelled much in my life. Because I've been juggling a debris schedule along with an independent schedule. That's almost the not. I haven't stopped too old. So I'm still been semi busy since book being full five days. A week has been such a start changing I've actually had mostly than ever to complain. It'll change eventually. Well, that's awesome. Man was well, it was nice meeting. You air quotes. But this year mania, we'll get together. And you know, and Jay and can have some babies and. Yeah. Buy. We just said we're we're both fans what you're doing. And it was one quick chat. And then, you know, keep doing what you're doing man, you really laid the groundwork here for for the British scene, and and you know, continue taking upwards the direction you are. And congratulations on your success. Thank you. Yeah. Most importantly congrats on being a dad, dude. That's awesome. Thank you. All right. Good talk. Yeah. Great channel. Did before just from style. He's he's you'll well this even keel about him, right? Like, he's got his head on straight knows what he wants to do out. There does it. And I mean, you you have to admire a guy like that, you know, starting at twelve years old and having this vision in his mind of what he wants to accomplish. And and just keeps going especially when there's not a lot of options at the time, you know, like you saying for exposure and things like that. But he just kept plugging away kept learning his craft plying his trade and just started building these these these rungs on this ladder just kept it moving forward and good for him and good for everybody that's involved in that that that you k- and exceed K in the UK seen, man. It's it's long overdue that these guys are getting the platform and women that are getting the platform to to to show what they're all about man. I thought I started early seventeen. Jeez. I love that. He was in a pub. Great. And also wanna mention trend seven to because like, you know, a lot of people talk about Baid and done in the match that they have. But it seems like he's kind of the glue to that whole thing, you know, in a way he he seems to be like the he sive in between all of that stuff. I don't know how much that actually gets mentioned or or maybe. No. But that's just from the outside looking in. I'm saying, but. Yeah to. Yeah. Good talk. And obviously we'll be watching him at take takeover Blackpool. So yes. Yeah. Right. Hey, quick little little hockey talk. Because when we haven't, and I know that there's we got some hoes out there some Canadian and American hoses that will will enjoy a little bit honky talk. What do you think about the leaves? What if Leafs? Yeah. I mean, I think they're good. They're really good mean. I think they need a think they need a little bit helpful fence knuckle, tending goaltenders great starter since their Frederik Anderson has been their best player the entire season. I'm not not. They have he has bailed their ass out on so many occasions here Frederik Anderson has been the MVP of the main police this year. I think that GARRETT'S Garrett sparks the backup. I think he's when he's good. He's good. But we. Thing needs to figure out that. That's the thing about being a good NHL backup. Is you have to be able to commend cold and play about, you know, he'd he tore it up last year and the H L..