I've written about photographic podcasts many times. The quality of the content varies from excellent to quite poor, it must be very difficult to maintain content at a high standard consistently. Listening to podcasts is easy for me on my one hour commute to work, for some people the opportunity may not present itself quite so easily. I definitely think they are worth the effort of downloading and listening too on your preferred portable device or even on your PC at home. It is often the case that they inspire me to get out and take photographs, this was the case today when I made the effort to get out in my lunch hour for a spot of street photography. Photographers block happens to us all and you may find that the right podcast gets your creative juices flowing and gets you back in the groove. The street photographer Eric Kim covers the subject of photographers block elequently on his podcast and you tube channel, I would recommend a listen if you find yourself struggling for inspiration. This image was taken in my lunch hour. I like the way Kim addresses giving yourself permission to take less than perfect images and not to be overly concerned with quality in the interest of making more images.