Photowalking with Thomas Hawk, Part I

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Thomas Hawk shows up at many Silicon Valley geek events and he makes some of the best images I’ve ever seen.

This video came about because I wanted to learn more about how he does it.

It’s remarkable video where you’ll learn a lot about the creative process, not to mention the latest equipment, see some good techniques to find unique images, and more. One of the images made on the evening we walked around is already the #2 most interesting photo on Flickr of the Golden Gate Bridge.

This series is long. We filmed for more than an hour and we’ll run it in four segments over the next week.

Oh, and if you’d like to be the next photographer on our photo walk, please do contact me at robert@podtech.net

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296 Responses to “Photowalking with Thomas Hawk, Part I”

  1. Introducing ScobleShow « Scobleizer - Tech Geek Blogger Says:

    […] 1) An interview with a CEO. Sun Microsystems’ Jonathan Schwartz.2) A demo of a new product. JotSpot, which is an Enterprise Wiki service that you might like.3) A creative segment called “Photowalking” where we follow around Thomas Hawk as he makes images. This is actually the first of four segments (the others will be up probably tomorrow — this was more than an hour alone, so had to break it up a bit).4) An audio interview with a geek. Tim Bray, co-creator of XML.5) A language war in my mom’s house at Off-the-Grid. Something fun to spark a conversation.6) Mad mojitos at the Ritz. A conversation with two CEOs on the back deck of the Ritz in Half Moon Bay.7) A tour of Printing for Less. This should be in Business Week.8) SAP’s executive star Shai Agassi talking about business. […]

  2. Web Strategy by Jeremiah » Photowalking Vlog: Thomas Hawk on Scoble Show Says:

    […] I’m watching the Thomas Hawk video right now, it’s fun to watch him in action. (Thomas’s blog) […]

  3. Anthony Miller Says:

    Hey, just watched the “Photowalk” with Thomas Hawk and all I can say is More, More, More! Great idea for the show and look forward to the rest.
    BTW - watched on Democracy Player and it is good!
    cheers
    Anthony

  4. Deanna McNeil Says:

    Looking forward to the other segments; what made this segment interesting was watching Thomas shoot a picture and seeing the rendered image afterward. Nice!

  5. Oh no! Scoble Show launched » at Tom Raftery’s I.T. views Says:

    […] There are some fascinating interviews there. One of the videos is of a photo walk with Thomas Hawk. Thomas is a photographer in San Francisco and works with photo sharing site Zooomr. […]

  6. Laughing Squid » ScobleShow Says:

    […] ScobleShow, the new video blog by Robert Scoble, has just launched. This is the big project Robert has been working on at PodTech since left Microsoft to join them. Every few days or so Robert will be posting a new video about internet/web technology, geeks and developers and his debut episode has a segment called “Photowalking”, which features Bay Area photographer Thomas Hawk. photo credit: Scott Beale (Robert Scoble at Lunch 2.0) tags: video (T) , photography (T) , Thomas Hawk (T) , Robert Scoble (T) , video blog (T) , PodTech (T) , ScobleShow (T) , Photowalking (T) posted by Scott Beale on Tuesday, September 26th, 2006 Comments RSS feed | Trackback URL […]

  7. Official Zooomr Blog : ScobleShow Launched: Congratulations, Scoble! Says:

    […] For the first week, Robert has put up part 1 of a multipart series on our very own Thomas Hawk photowalking down by The Golden Gate Bridge, here in San Francisco. Photos of the shoot are in this SmartSet; Robert’s video is available on PodTech, here. […]

  8. New PodTech.net site « John Furrier Says:

    […] I posted on PodTech blog about the new site redesign and the launch of the ScobleShow (example interview with Thomas Hawk).  We’ve been pushing out so much content that we needed to make a major change to improve on the UI.  This is just the first step toward getting a easy to use interface to enjoy podcasts and now videopodcasts/videoblogs… […]

  9. Scott Says:

    I agree with Deanna, watching Thomas seemingly casually snap off a shot and then seeing the finished work was a great idea.

    Great job on the couple of ScobleShows I’ve seen so far and congratulations, Robert. I hope it’s as fun doing this as it seems it could be.

  10. Robert Scoble Says:

    Scott: it is a blast. Having a lot of fun. Can’t wait to bring you more.

  11. Matt Says:

    fantastic show! I love the discussion with Thomas Hawk about how he approaches shots, lenses, photography. I’m a big fan of his photography and would love to see more of the “interview”

  12. Andrew Says:

    114Mb for this one segment alone? Wow. How about a smaller version for the more bandwidth challenged amoungst us?

  13. Scoby-Doo & Gang « Marketing Nirvāna — by Mario Sundar Says:

    […] i) The Good: Production Quality, broken down into parts, the interview w/ Thomas Hawk. […]

  14. josue salazar Says:

    Robert, I really enjoyed this episode. Scobleshow is going to be a success.

  15. Steve Wilhelm Says:

    Here are some of my favorite Bay Area photographers that I would like to see on Photowalking:

    David Hibbard - http://davidhibbard.com/

    Stephen Johnson - http://www.sjphoto.com/

    John Sexton - http://www.johnsexton.com/

  16. AAwoken Says:

    Very nicely done. I see TV in your future. The question is “Can you be lured away?”

  17. The Scoble Show Debut! « matteh, a dev junky Says:

    […] I would highly recommend the Photowalking bit with Thomas Hawk.  I think I actually learned a thing or two about photography… […]

  18. The Geekery » ScobleShow goes live Says:

    […] I’ve not had a chance to watch all of them, but I watched a segment called “Photowalking“, with a San Francisco photographer. It’s great to see the work, and how he does things. My only criticism of it would be Robert Scoble not having a microphone on himself. Questions from behind the camera were very quite, and I ended up cranking my speakers up to hear, only to be deafened by the response from Thomas. I’ve been carrying my camera around with me almost religiously, however I think I need to invest in a better bag, as the shoulder one, along with a 17″ Dell Inspiron 9300 makes for a heavy load. […]

  19. Russell Limprecht Says:

    Great work, Robert.

    I have followed Thomas now for about a year, and I see his work on Flickr and Zooomr.

  20. Robert Banghart Says:

    Sweet. Congrats Robert. Look forward to some great shows.

  21. Rick Says:

    Hmmm, Quicktime 7.1.3 in XP throws up this error message after I downloaded the file and clicked on it to play:

    “Error -37: a bad filename or volume name was encountered.”

    The full path, including a short directory, is 75 characters (see below). Renaming the file to something shorter worked, so I’d recommend figuing out what limit QT chokes on and keeping it as much below the limit as possible.

    h:temp\Podtech__photowalking_hawk1_2006-09-25_Robert_Scoble_scobleshow.mov

  22. Drumsnwhistles Says:

    I loved this video! I’m really looking forward to seeing more of your ‘photowalk’ series.

    I know that for many, the CEO interviews and the like are probably their draw, but my subscribe button got hit with this excerpt and I’ll keep watching.

    Well done.

    DnW

  23. Clicked : Photowalk with me Says:

    […] Posted: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 9:18 AM by Will Femia Former Microsoft blogger Robert Scoble’s new job includes producing a video blog called The Scoble Show.  I watched his “Photowalk” with Thomas Hawk is a nice explanation of what it means to be an urban photoblogger.  He’s got more and better equipment than the average bear, but still a nice primer on the art form.  The positive response in the comments makes me wonder if we’ll see more of the “photowalk” idea. Speaking of learning from photobloggers, if you’re in the New York City area this Friday, NYC Photobloggers 8 is meeting at the Apple store in Soho.  Next to Scoble’s photowalking, this would probably be called photositting. Speaking of shooting your own video, “More competition for local video news”  The details are a little hazy to me, but it looks like Verizon is sponsoring some kind of local news video hubs.  I’ll be interested to see what they produce when there aren’t any major news events taking place. As we saw with Wal-Mart and light bulbs, when a significant enough number of a product is sold, slight changes to that product can have a big impact.  Now Google is pushing computer makers to come up with a more efficient way of powering computers.  This comes in interesting parallel to a Greenpeace campaign to encourage Apple to be more environmentally conscious. An updating photo of the sun Speaking of pointing the camera at the sky, strange clouds.  There’s some video at the bottom too. Microsoft has a new social networking site called Wallop.  There is the question of how a new site expects to pick up any users when MySpace and Facebook have so much of the market locked up.  But there does seem to be a sense out there that kids and college students will want to “graduate” to a more adult network.  What’s interesting is that the business model is not ad based.  The hope to make money selling custom features.  Sort of like the motorcycle industry selling aftermarket products.  (Note:  In spite of MSNBC.com’s Microsoft parentage, I have absolutely no inside insight into this product.  For some reason they never call to ask my opinion.) Speaking of Microsoft products, I had to run this through Technorati to understand why it was drawing links.  Looks like it’s the Veronica Mars fans online who are pleased to be able to watch the season premiere online. Speaking of watching TV online, Daily Episodes has such a big ad on it I thought it was spam.  In fact it’s a directory of all the episodes of The Simpsons, Futurama, South Park, Family Guy and American Dad.  The videos are hosted on a variety of clip services around the Web. Little Superstar The Internet’s biggest Google whores.  In this case, a Google whore is someone who makes money from Google ads.  The idea of making hundreds of thousands of dollars PER MONTH from ads on a Web site makes my head spin. More concept jewelry:  Info Rings: “Each of the rings stores the wearer’s personal information, so when a handshake puts two rings close together they exchange the stored info, making small talk and introductions unnecessary.”  Don’t some PDAs already do this? “Brazilian javelin judge Lia Mara Lourenco is helped by colleagues and medics…” well, you can guess the rest. A campaign to send stuffed animals to children in Iraq.  I know some campaigns like this have been shut down out of safety concerns, but this seems to be running well.  Nice site that Parent Hacks.  Great logo. From the mailbag, Korean archery sharpshooting, including ultra slow motion footage of the arrow passing through things.  (Thanks Matt!) […]

  24. The Rise of DiggNation « Marketing Nirvāna — by Mario Sundar Says:

    […] I had a chance to meet web2.0 party-goers Thomas Hawk (featured in ScobleShow’s 1st Episode), Gabe Rivera (TechMeme), Daniela Barbosa (Factiva), Jeremy Pepper (the PR2.0 guy) and Kevin Burton (TailRank). But I digress, the event was to launch Digg’s new series of lifestyle online video shows. Kind of like MTV meets MySpace, although they apparently thought not. Here’s 4-part, Evolution of Digg: […]

  25. Robert Scoble Says:

    Rick: we’re gonna fix that in future. Sorry about that.

  26. Web Strategy by Jeremiah » Online Video and Photography: More Photowalking Says:

    […] I’m learning a lot about photography and watching this artist cruise around SF taking pictures. It’s neat as you can watch the video, hear his insight, and then the actual final photographs will be shown on the video Part 1: Thomas near golden gate bridge […]

  27. Jan / The Faux Press Says:

    Photowalks - nods to art? Hmmm?

    That’ll suck me into your vortex, Robert, for sure.

  28. Photowalking with Thomas Hawke at odd time signatures Says:

    […] Robert Scoble has posted three more installments of his photowalk with Thomas Hawke. Even if you just casually use a digital point-and-shoot, it’s worth downloading and watching these just to see how he spots and shoots his terrific images. […]

  29. The Bell Curve Scar » The Virtual Business Tour Says:

    […] Update: I’m not the only one mesmerized by the power of video. Jacob Bowser comments on The ScobleShow episode Photowalking with Thomas Hawk: I don’t know if it’s the way Scoble shoots it, or what, but once again it felt like you were right there, part of the conversation. […]

  30. John Tokash’s Blog » ScobleShow Says:

    […] Thomas Hawk is a dangerous, dangerous man. Everytime I encounter his photos, writings and, now, videos, I want to buy lots of expensive camera equipment. Fixed focal length lenses sound awesome. […]

  31. Walt Says:

    Yes, more of these would be wonderful.

    Robert, can you use a microphone please, please….

    Your voice was so much softer than Thomas’ voice it was very hard to hear.

  32. Hét verschil met traditionele media… at TibsBits::NL Says:

    […] Robert Scoble vat het samen: If walking through San Francisco with Thomas Hawk is interesting, even after two hours, why shorten it to 10 minutes? […]

  33. Tom Kirkham Says:

    “Smoke weed in the Bay!” True engagement with the real world. Would have been on the cutting room floor with traditional media.

  34. Tom Kirkham Says:

    Rentglass.com maybe the place that is like the Netflix of camera lenses. While I haven’t tried them, I will, as soon as I get my D80. What a great idea.
    Keep up the good work Scoble.

  35. Nontrivial Exercises » Blog Archive » Photowalking with Thomas Hawk Says:

    […] It’s fascinating, captivating and inspiring. I’m going to go watch it again. photography, photowalking, robert scoble, scobleshow, thomas hawk […]

  36. Granny Buttons Says:

    Photowalking with Andrew Denny…

    When I started www.grannybuttons.com I wasn’t really thinking of photos. I was working with words. But finally moving to digital cameras last year - and in particular starting my ‘picture of the day’ feature - has turned me much more…

  37. steve garfield Says:

    Hi Robert,
    Loved this one. Watched in Democracy nightly build with the addition of lining back to the permalink here! Sweet…
    –Steve

  38. Justin King Says:

    Absolutely awesome stuff!

    I’ve been reading Thomas Hawk’s blog for some time and each day I look forward to the next batch of photos.

    After a few months I decided to upgrade and buy a Canon 30D 17-85 USM IS lens.

    Now I wish I got the 135mm F/2.0 lens but it is on my Christmas shopping list now after seeing the low light parts III and IV.

    Thomas you are a true artist for sharing your work with us.

  39. Dan Lovell Says:

    It troubles me that Thomas Hawke does not employ a lens hood! The light will be more brilliant if ambient peripheral light is blocked by the hood. He referred to his L lens 135mm as 1.2? F-stop I presume? That lens has an aperture of F2. Dialogue was too chatty, and not enough nuts and bolts of urban photography. He holds the camera with his left had in the wrong way…better to cup the lens…not lift it overhand…better for steadiness. Still, I do like the idea of the show. Keep it up and improve and polish it..again, a good idea. I do like Thomas’s enthusiasm, and desire to get out there and shoot! Your audience is going to grow…get the basics of photography right!

  40. Microsoft Photography Blog : Scoble / Hawk on Photography Says:

    […] Scoble / Hawk on Photography This week we came across a great set of videos of (ex-Microsoftie superblogger) Robert Scoble interviewing the photographer Thomas Hawk. Scoble says:  Thomas Hawk shows up at many Silicon Valley geek events and he makes some of the best images I’ve ever seen. This video came about because I wanted to learn more about how he does it. It’s remarkable video where you’ll learn a lot about the creative process, not to mention the latest equipment, see some good techniques to find unique images, and more. One of the images made on the evening we walked around is already the #2 most interesting photo on Flickr of the Golden Gate Bridge. This series is long. We filmed for more than an hour and we’ll run it in four segments over the next week. Fascinating video, worth the watch. […]

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    it’s true that thomas will probably perish of radioactive poisoning before the rest of us, hahaha, but his noble journey will prove that carrying 9k u.s. dollars worth of tools is the equivalent of an italian renaissance painter who had access and the desire to make sure that his pigments and brushes produced superior results — let’s face it, genius without technology is best reserved for immaterial creation!

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