Joining us this week is Mike Miville of Miville Photography. David and Daniel ask him about the Gobo workshops he is offering for amateur photographers who want to learn their way around their dSLRs a bit better, and also about his iPhone Faces Project.

You can connect with Mike on Twitter as mivillephoto on Twitter and on Facebook through his business fan page.

The first thing we talk about with Mike are the upcoming Gobo Photo Workshops he is offering alongside his colleague Olé of PhotOlé (also on Twitter, as PhotOle). The workshops include five hours of hands-on learning and are limited to sixteen participants.

You don’t have to listen closely to notice that the studio cat, Shadow, makes an appearance.

Daniel asks Mike if and how “gobo” relates to the Strobist movement.

The break this week features a song by a 16-year-old member of David’s youth group, Cameron Hall.

In the second half of the show, our discussion focuses on the iPhone Faces Project. Mike said it was the words of Chase Jarvis that reminded him to take on creative projects like this to stretch himself. Jarvis has a book called The Best Camera is the One that’s with You, a collection of photos taken with the built-in camera on his iPhone.

In the second half of the show you will also hear Olé taking a few photos. A sampling of them are available in an album on The Lancast Facebook fan page. He even caught a little video, which is posted on Mike’s blog.

We also would like to send a shout out to Mike’s wife, Melissa Miville, an event/wedding planner. Her business name is Stylish Occasions.

As always, we welcome your feedback:

Intro/Outro: “The Letdown”/”Phase One” by Lancaster-area band The French Revolution, off their recent album The Letdown. Thanks to the band for allowing us to use their great music. Download the album for free on The French Revolution website.