Love podcasts? How about some great photography podcasts for you. These are the iTunes most popular digital photography podcasts.

  1. Photoshop for digital photographers by Michael Rather from The Digital Photography Connection. Quick tips and time saving techniques for today’s digital photographer.
  2. 2 Minute Photoshop Tricks by Kent Conklin. The podcast with quick, useful Photoshop tips and tricks for the beginner and advanced digital photographer alike.
  3. TPN :: The Digital Photography Show by Scott Sherman from The Digital Photography Show. Digital Photography tips & tricks.
  4. Photography 101 by Scott Wittenburg. Hosted by photographer and author Scott Wittenburg, this podcast is for anybody who wants to learn the secrets of taking better photographs traditionally or digitally.
  5. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom from Adobe Systems Inc. This podcast series is designed to give you access to the real story behind Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.
  6. LightSource Studio Photography Podcast by LightSource is a lighting and photography podcast that introduces photographers to studio lighting and digital photography techniques and equipment.
  7. Lightroom for digital photographers by Michael Rather from The Digital Photography Connection. Lightroom for Digital Photographers is a podcast that will take you step-by-step through the entire Adobe Photoshop Lightroom application.
  8. Pop Photo Podcasts from Popular Photography and Imagine Magazine. The editors of Popular Photography & Imaging Magazine on the latest cameras and digital-imaging technologies.
  9. Nikonians Podcasts :: The Image Doctors by Rick Walker and Jason Odell from Biweekly discussions of photography and imaging technology. This a podcast from Nikonians – The Worldwide Home for Nikon Photographers.
  10. American PHOTO Podcasts from American Photo Magazine. American PHOTO interviews professional photographers about their work, the process that goes into taking great photography and the visual culture at large.
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