How I Took That Photo

How I Took That Photo

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Welcome to the How I Took That Photo Podcast! In this mini podcast I will go behind the photo to see how a photographer set up a camera, which camera they used, and which lens they used, and maybe even a little post processing to see how they turned their photo into an amazing work of art! 

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Season 2 Update

 I am looking to start recording season two of How I Took That Photo, and I would love to start featuring some other photographers to see how they make their photographs into the amazing piece of work that we see today. So if you have an autumn or a winter themed photo, and you would like to be featured on this podcast, please, either DM me on social or fill out this Google Form

Thanks so much for listening and have a fantastic day!


Siberian Forget Me Not

This is a macro photography shot called Siberian Forget Me Not. This flower is so, so tiny. I might be able to fit two of these flowers fully bloomed on my pinkie. Taken with Canon EOS Rebel T6s and EF100mm Macro.More

Osprey With Fish

pounding getting to watch this, and I hope that any other nature photographers out there feel the excitement and know how exciting it is to see this type of thing happen in front of your face. Green Lake is a hidden gem for birding. There are so many birds at Green Lake, Seattle, Washington State. Photo taken with Canon EOS Rebel T6s and EF 100-400mm lens.More

Night Lights

Today, we’re talking about a photo called Nightlights. This photo holds so many memories for me because it was taken on February 4th, 2020. It’s a beautifully framed shot because it encapsulates everything that I was trying to capture about Pier 57, the great wheel, the sound, the lights, the reflection.
Photo taken with Canon EOS Rebel T6s and 18-135mm lens.More

Your Host

Casey Broda

After Casey picked up a camera again, she found that she loved and missed photography. This was a fantastic hobby and outlet for creativity. Casey is already a podcast editor and manager so this podcast is a merger of her two favorite things.

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