- Landscape Photography Podcast - Nick Page
Nick Page does a great job of producing a high quality audio podcast with interesting content, topics, and top tier guests. It is not that old of a podcast so you could easily binge-listen on a road trip, and I would highly recommend doing so. Lots of great episodes and worth the subscription!
- Tripod - Master Photography Podcast Network
Tripod is the newest show on the Master Photography Podcast Network (newly changed from Improve Photography). Tripod is the show for landscape, wildlife, night, and outdoor photographers. Hosted by various contributors, you'll learn landscape photography from the pros.
- PetaPixel Photography Podcast - Mike “Sharky” James
The PetaPixel Photography Podcast is one of the most listened to podcasts out there. Put out by the largest photography news website it is easy to see how this one is as successful as it is. The host, "Sharky", is fun and brings a unique perspective as a former photojournalist. "It’s a fusion of news, opinions, humor, and real-world experience, bundled into a show that you can listen to on your way to work." This is an easy suggestion to listen and subscribe to!
- Photog Adventures - Aaron King and Brendon Porter
These guys are just great! The podcast is centralized around the idea of encouraging others to get out there and have an adventure with photography. The hosts of the show have been talking about theirs through the struggles and eventual successes that they find along the way. It is a world class show with great guests and genres of photography mostly focused on landscapes and astrophotography.
- F-Stop Collaborate and Listen - Matt Payne
This is an interview-based photography podcast focused mainly on landscape photographers and their stories. It packs in some big-name individuals along with some others you might not have heard of yet. While the theme is fairly niche the conversations tend to be unique and interesting in their own ways each time. I have found every piece of content enjoyable and eye opening in one way or another!
- No Name Photo Show - Mike “Sharky” James and Brian Matiash
Described as - "Our goal is to ensure that the time you spend listening to us rap about photography is well worth it. Our promise is to bring you a new episode of the No Name Photo Show every Tuesday and that they’re filled with interesting and relevant topics. We’ve made our podcast available just about everywhere and subscribing is a simple click away! So what are you waiting for?" This combination of the host of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast and Brian is really nice to listen to.
- Photo Taco Podcast - Jeff Harmon
Hosted by Jeff Harmon this podcast is a bit different from every other out there. It will bridge the technical side of computers with photography making it all relevant to the least savvy of us. If you need to learn the technical sides of photography from shooting to printing this podcast has or will cover it!
- Full Time Photographer - Josh Rossi
"Make photography your full time job, travel and live life to its fullest. The only podcast that reveals insider information into the mind of photographers and their clients. Make more money, get bigger clients and learn to avoid the mistakes other have made. Fast track your success by learning from the best in the photography industry." - Josh Rossi's description. This podcast has been long-since dead without any new episodes since 2016, but with a long backlog of great episodes and guests you are sure to get value from listening!
- Thoughts on Photography - Brian McGuckin
This podcast was dead in the water for the longest time, but it is finally being revived this year (2018)! Take a look through its old episodes for some great interviews and introspective ideas around photography. If you like philosophical conversations this is definitely one to subscribe to.
- Picture This: Photography Podcast - Chelsea and Tony Northrup
I was very excited for this podcast when it started because the hosts coming from the YouTube are both very talented content producers. Their videos are interesting and technically proficient which translates well into the podcast format. A nice place to get additional tips, tricks, and scientific perspectives on different photography news topics!