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Podcasts are radio- and TV-style shows you can download from the Internet. In the iTunes software application you can download free podcasts from the iTunes Store.
Podcasts are radio- and TV-style shows you can download from the Internet. In this age of easy internet access this little facility available to you through the iTunes software, is a great learning tool. You’ll find countless folks out there giving you tutorials and points of views on several topics including Photoshop & Photography. You can download free podcasts from the iTunes Store. You can also subscribe to podcasts (for free) so that new episodes are automatically downloaded as they become available. (Some web sites charge a fee for podcasts.) Podcasts are different from Internet radio stations, which stream live content over the Internet. Podcast episodes are downloaded to iTunes on your computer—and you can add them to your iPod—so that you can play them when you're not connected to the Internet.
Podcasts are downloadable radio-style shows. Some podcasts also show video. You can download free podcasts from the iTunes Store. To download a podcast from the iTunes Store follow these steps:
Click iTunes Store (below Store). Click Podcasts, and then click a podcast to see a list of recent episodes.
When you find a podcast you want to download, do one of the following:
To download a single episode, click Get Episode. To subscribe to a podcast, click Subscribe. iTunes downloads the most recent episode. As new episodes become available, they are automatically downloaded to iTunes (when you are connected to the Internet).
Choose Edit > Preferences and then click Podcasts to do the following:
Change the number of episodes iTunes downloads. Change how often new podcasts you subscribe to are downloaded. If you don't want save the downloaded podcast you can set iTunes to delete podcasts after you've listened to them. To unsubscribe to a podcast, select a podcast or episode and then click Unsubscribe (at the bottom of the iTunes window). If you know the Internet address of a podcast, you can subscribe to it without using the iTunes Store. Choose Advanced > “Subscribe to Podcast” and then enter the URL. You can usually find the URL of a podcast on that podcast’s web page. (excepts taken from the i Tunes software help files)
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Podcasts on Photography and Photoshop ::.
http://www.thedigitalphotographyconnection.com/PFDP.php ::. Welcome to our weekly Photoshop for Digital Photographers Podcast. Did you know that Photoshop for Digital Photographers is one of the top ranked podcast in the Apple iTunes Store? .
http://www.mulita.com/blog/?cat=2 ::. George Jardine on Lightroom and digital photography.
http://johnreuter.com/New%20Pages/Workshop_Pages/Workshops.html ::. Photoshop tutorials for fine art photographers.
http://www.photoshopkillertips.com/ ::. Get your daily video dose of the coolest Adobe® Photoshop tips, timesaving shortcuts, workarounds, and undocumented tricks with Matt Kloskowski, one of "The Photoshop Guys" from Photoshop® User TV. New shows are posted each weekday.
http://allthingsadobe.libsyn.com/ ::. The Chad and Todd Podcast- free training on all Adobe CS3 software! Presented by Chad and Todd Perkins.
http://digitalphotovideo.podango.com/podcast/1313/Digital_Photograhy_Podcast__Video_Edition ::. Digital Photograhy Podcast - Video Edition Tips, Tricks, Techniques for the digital photographer. Learn how to create better digital photographs using your digital camera and digital post-processing software like PhotoShop, Aperture and others.
http://www.studiolighting.net/category/studio-photography-podcast/ ::. StudioLighting.net is a 100% free online resource for people that are interested in Studio Lighting for Photography. Whether you are a brand new photographer, or a seasoned professional, into film or digital photography, we hope you'll find useful information here. We've packed the site with information on Studio Lighting Equipment, tips, setup, technique and tutorials for portrait photography. It is our hope to continually grow adding more value to this resource by providing fresh content each month. This site started as a personal collection of useful articles and information gathered from various skilled photographers. Now, in the spirit of information sharing, we're passing it on to you - Enjoy!
http://www.lightroomkillertips.com/ ::. Get your weekly video dose of the coolest Adobe® Lightroom tutorials, tips, timesaving shortcuts, photographic inspiration, and undocumented tricks with Matt Kloskowski.
http://www.tipsfromthetopfloor.com/ ::. tips from the top floor, short and sweet with non-techy tips that you can put to use immediately. Covers everything from image composition to post processing. No matter if you use a digital point-and-shoot or an expensive digital SLR. Tips for the beginner as well as the professional photographer.
http://creativesuitepodcast.com/ ::. Welcome to the Adobe Creative Suite Podcast with tips and tutorials by Terry White. Learn how to unlock the power and potential of the Creative Suite with the visual examples here. I'll try to cover all the products evenly, but I do have a passion for InDesign and Photoshop.
http://photohistory.jeffcurto.com/ ::. This podcast is recorded during class lectures for History of Photography, Photo 1105 at College of DuPage. The podcasts are intended as review for students in the class, but thousands of people around the world have found them useful to their education as photographers. Please be aware that there are many links to relevant class information on the class’ main web page, as well as a course syllabus - use the links to the right to find that information.
http://www.photography.ca/blog/ ::. Welcome to the Photography.ca blog and podcast, my name is Marko, I’m the Administrator and I’m really glad that you found us. The Photography.ca blog and podcast discusses fine art, general and digital photography as well as provide tips and techniques to improve your photography. Everyone is welcome, feedback is appreciated and I am always receptive to communicating with newbie, amateur and professional photographers.
http://www.photoshopusertv.com/ ::. Watch each week as “The Photoshop Guys” (Dave Cross, Matt Kloskowski, and Scott Kelby) from the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) share the hottest Adobe Photoshop tutorials, the latest insider tricks, and the coolest timesaving, job-saving shortcuts to make your time in Photoshop more productive, more efficient, and more fun.
http://www.thedigitalstory.com/podcast/ ::. You can download any of our podcasts from this page. To ensure you never miss a show, subscribe now by selecting your preferred feed from the Subscribe box in the far right column.
http://www.microsoft.com/prophoto/blog/default.aspx ::. From the Microsoft Professional Photography website we have the Microsoft Pro Photo Blog.
http://www.lenswork.com/lensworkpodcast1-1.htm Begun in February of 2004, these commentaries range across an eclectic landscape of topics from fine art photography to family snapshots, from traditional images to the digital revolution. Sometimes an irreverent look at the state of photography today, sometimes sarcastic, occasionally off-topic, but always inspirational and practical. Most podcasts are 5-10 minutes in length. There are now over three hundred podcasts available online and the entire collection is also available in the original studio-quality recording on MP3 disc. New podcasts are posted most weekdays -- unless Brooks is out photographing!