No doubt you’ve heard the joke: he’s got a face for radio. Thereby implying that the individual would be best served far from the camera. So that’s why starting an online radio station that focuses on photography is a big deal. Most people would think the two are wholly incompatible but with the number of amateur photographers out there doing all they can to learn how to better hone their craft, this might be a marvelous endeavor.
Starting the online station is fairly simple. But, if you don’t know much about that, we’d like to share some potential resources for you to get your station off the ground. Here’s a list of radio station hosting sites:
- Broadcast Matrix
And now that you have some ideas as to where to put your radio station, you will need some additional ideas for topics on the new photography based station. Here are 7 potential topics for your first week of shows:
- Low light photography tips– There are the occasions when dark scenes make for great images, but understanding how best to use low lighting to your advantage will make a marvelous first edition tutorial on your new radio station.
- Functionality– Beginning photographers have a tremendously large learning curve. So, when they first choose to put finger to film they will need to know all there is to know about what functions their camera can provide for them. Obviously you can’t go through the list of every single camera available, but you could spread this topic out over several name brands and their key functionalities.
- Adobe Creative Suites– No photo editing discussion is complete without coverage of Creative Suites. This too could be a multi-leveled topic. You could focus on specific aspects for several different show editions. To learn more about Creative Suites, namely Photoshop, you should read this.
- Exposure– Doing a show on this topic will mean you spend a lot of time learning about ISO, aperture, and shutter speed. Trying to explain this topic to your listeners might prove hugely challenging, perhaps even impossible. But you can do some serious research right here to better understand it for yourself.
- Lighting– No one listening to your show will ever completely conquer the lighting troubles that all photographers face. The best thing to share with them is their need to start learning about light by spending a good amount of their beginning photography time outside. Discover additional information about lighting by clicking this.
- Depth– It will seem pretty easy initially, but as your listeners get more involved in their photographic pursuits they will begin to understand that it is far more complex than they’d originally anticipated. Controlling the variables and understanding the apertures will make a tremendous difference.
- Composition– This is all about how you organize all the images within one photo. And all the major photography tricks will come into play when you start determining how to compose a finished piece. There are a lot of rules to discuss and they could make their own shows: rule of thirds, rule of negative space, and rule of visual paths.
If you want additional options for topical shows on your new station, read more about photography right here.