ABOUT THIS PODCAST
The Polymaticast is the official podcast of Polymatic.media. The podcast is focussed on a plethora of subjects. Where "poly" is the many part and matic is our "making" and "development" backgrounds. You can expect interesting discussions between the hosts Alan Chaess and John Bakker about things like Space travel, Cord cutting ,Making , Art and plenty of other subjects. We try to have on guests as often as possible to give us some insights into subject matter we can't cover ourselves.
since Sep, 2016
This week we discuss the world being literally on fire, photographing the bloodmoon eclipse thingamajig through clouds with inadequate materials and go on a tangent about buying lenses and camera bodies. Links for this episode : https://polymatic.link/show44 Twitter: Alan http://twitter.com/chaess Twitter: John http://twitter.com/webdevvie For feedback: [email protected] Music by Sahy Uhns (CC-BY). Which you can find at https://polymatic.link/ek Twitter polymatic: http://twitter.com/thepolymatic Website http://polymatic.media
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