PhotoActive is a podcast about photography and the Apple ecosystem, released every two weeks.
Why Apple? The company has been focused on photography and photographers for a long time—it has bundled iPhoto and now Apple Photos on new Macs for years, and it aggressively courted professional photographers with Aperture (the saga of which is a drama in its own right). Apple's photo interest ratcheted up with the release of the iPhone, when the company realized that the camera in a smartphone is sometimes more important to customers than any abilities to make and receive telephone calls.
We're here to share our passion for photography, both as a craft and an art. While some of what we discuss will be Apple specific—hardware, apps, and the like—many of our topics won't be.
We encourage you to subscribe to the PhotoActive podcast, join the PhotoActive Podcast Facebook group, and follow us on Twitter at @photoactivecast. We can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kirk has been writing about Apple products, software, and security, for more than 15 years. He has written a couple of dozen books, writes for a number of publications, and co-hosts several podcasts, including The Next Track, The Committed, and The Intego Mac Podcast.
Jeff is the author of a ridiculous number of books, including about 20 books having to do with photography. Most recently, those include Take Control of Your Digital Photos and Take Control of Lightroom CC. He's also written books published by Peachpit Press about the Apple Photos app and ecosystem, Photoshop Elements, the iPad for photographers, and a few specific camera models.