A compilation of selected photography podcasts, available in MP3 format. Included are RSS links for convenient download to your podcatcher.

Podcasts on photography are really a great idea – they provide insight and new perspectives. I listen to them when driving to and from work. Here are the best photography podcasts I am currently enjoying. They are easy to find on iTunes, but for those of us who don’t live in the Apple world, I have provided feed links that can be used with any podcatcher or feed reader.

All the podcasts listed here are English (unless noted otherwise) audio podcasts (sorry, no video podcasts) available in MP3 format.

PodcastDescriptionHostFeed
Camera PositionPhotography podcasts that deal with the why of photography over the how and discuss the essential qualities of the medium from the point of view of the creative photographer.Jeff Curto
Candid FrameThe best source for conversations with the world’s best established and emerging photographers.Ibarionex Perello
Digital Photography CafeEach week Trevor and Joe get together to talk about the creative side of photography and the tools you need to succeed in business. Our topics are varied and everyone from beginner through professional will find some useful information to help grow their skills as photographers.Trevor Current and Joseph Cristina
Digital StoryNew Tools for the Creative Mind. Weekly digital photography podcasts, photo tips, reader submitted pictures, equipment reviews and more.  The Digital Story is about making photography, music, and filmmaking enjoyable.Derrick Story
Happy Shooting (in German)Happy Shooting ist der Podcast zum Thema Fotografie. Digital, analog, von der kleinen Taschenknipse über die DSLR bis hin zur großformatigen Analogen mit Balgen und Tuch.Chris Marquardt & Boris Nienke
Hit the StreetsA Photography Podcast for the Urban PhotographerValerie Jardin
Improve PhotographyJoin Jim Harmer and the hosts of all the Improve Photography Network podcasts for the weekly roundtable each week. Photography nerds around the world listen to the Improve Photography Podcast and praise the show for including enough unique tips to appeal to the professional while not leaving the beginning photographer behind.Jim Harmer
jpeg2RAWjpeg2RAW is a podcast targeted at the photographer looking to improve their photos and have a general discussion about photography. We interview amazing photographers and others in the photo industry. […]Mike Howard
LensWorkRandom Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These short 2-4 minute talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography.Brooks Jensen
Martin Bailey PhotographyListen to how I make my photos with explanations of techniques used along with the artistic reasoning behind the shots.Martin Bailey
No Name Photo ShowBrian Matiash and Mike “Sharky” James bring you a fun, pithy, entertaining podcast covering the intersection of photography and technology in a way that only they can.Brian Matiash and Mike “Sharky” James
On Taking PicturesEvery week, Jeffery Saddoris and Bill Wadman take on the art, science, and philosophy of photography and explore how they play out behind the camera in the process of making images. […]Jeffery Saddoris and Bill Wadman
PetaPixel Photography PodcastThe PetaPixel Photography Podcast is a twice-weekly podcast about the wonderful world of photography. 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. […]Mike “Sharky” James
PhotofocusProfessional photographers join Scott Bourne and Richard Harrington to discuss the latest in digital photography and answer questions three times each month on the Photofocus show.Scott Bourne
Tips From The Top FloorThe free show about all things photography with Chris MarquardtChris Marquardt

If one of your favorite photography podcasts is missing from the list above, please leave me a comment below – it might be of interest to others and I am always keen on exploring new photography podcasts. Usually, I remove podcasts from this page when there are no updates for more than 6 months.