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Listen to our Interview with Ken Duncan

WT:012 Chatting with Ken Duncan


King George Falls by Ken Duncan

What a great way to finish the Podcast for the year! We get to interview the iconic and all round nice guy, Ken Duncan. We also have our regular two sections where we review Devils Marbles in the centre of the Northern Territory and Ben chats about a little gadget that he has called the Arctic Butterfly that can help you clean that all important camera sensor.

** To listen to this episode of the photography podcast simply press play above **

Exciting News:

Reggies Hut captured by Ken Duncan

Thanks for the iTunes Review:

A very big thank you to Jethro Leroy Heath for leaving us a 5 star view for our photography podcast on iTunes. We read and really appreciate all reviews that are left on iTunes and check each week to see if anyone has left one and what the feedback and score were. As always, we would really appreciate you taking the time to leave us a review and letting us know what you think.

Now in 20 countries

2 episodes ago in Episode 10 with James Macree, we mentioned that our photography podcast had been downloaded in 17 different countries. We are excited to see this number continuing to grow and since then we have now reached the 20 country mark. A very big hello to every single person from each and every country. Still no one from Madagascar yet though… 😉

Photography Topics Covered:

Meeting Ken Duncan

Devils Marbles

The Devils Marbles are giant granite boulders which are scattered across approximately 100 kilometres in Warumungu, Northern Territory. Any die-hard Australian landscape photographer will probably know about them or have been to them.

There are two in particular that get photographed a lot and are 4 to 5 times the size of any man. If you haven’t yet seen them, I would recommend jumping over to Photography Hot Spots for a closer look.

Arctic Butterfly

If you are wanting to clean your own camera sensor and are looking for something which will allow you to do it, the Arctic Butterfly might be something to consider. Ben Fewtrell uses this nifty little gadget to remove dust and other material from his cameras sensors, quickly and easily. Listen to what he has to say about it.

Ken Duncan

Ken Duncan was nice enough to offer his time to join us on our podcast to discuss such topics as; his new book, celebrating your photography by either printing your photos or creating a book, why someone needs to create a panoramic camera, 3D photography and why no one will ignore you if you show enough passion.

This was a fantastic interview and one that we are sure you will be incredibly inspired by! 😀

Merry Christmas! =)

From both Ben Fewtrell and myself, Rob Potter, we would love to take this opportunity to wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We thank you for all of your continued support and look forward to many more podcasts and photowalks in 2015.

We will return on the 16th of January.

All the best! 🙂
The Photowalk Guys

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  1. James Creer

    Fantastic listening to Ken Duncan, he’s always been a favourite. Nice review of the Arctic butterfly, definitely sounds like a tool to get.

    1. Rob Potter

      Speaking and meeting Ken Duncan was a dream come true for both of us. He is very generous with his time and knowledge. Great to hear that you enjoyed listening to it as well. Thanks James. 🙂


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