A photography podcast.

Developing The Frame is a technical photography podcast by a photographer, for photographers.

Developing The Frame is a photography podcast about how photographers work by analysing one frame they created.

By taking a deeper look into how a single frame of work was created, we can better understand how we work as photographers, and how you can be an even better one.


Tony Partridge / Landscape photography

Tony speaks about the importance of capturing community spirit and how to licence your images fairly.

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Mitch Lowe / Music photography

Mitch speaks about how to work with musicians, life in the arts community, meeting the wider needs of festivals and more.


Paul Skinner / Film photography

I sit down with Melbourne film photographer, Paul Skinner, to talk about making your frames count, how to coordinate subjects and how he picks subjects.

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A new podcast episode will download each month if you subscribe through Apple’s iTunes Store or Stitcher, so the newest episode is always with you, ready to listen to.

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With a new episode available each month for free, there’s a lot of opportunity to learn. We’re going to learn a lot together by sharing settings, concepts and experiences.

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    Showcasing photographers

    Developing The Frame is about showcasing photographers by highlighting what they do best – their own personal style of photography.

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Helping photographers
think about their work differently.

“Developing The Frame helped me slow down and think about what worked and what didn’t, and how I operate as a photographer in foreign settings.”

— Paul Skinner, Photographer

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