January 18, 2012. A day that will live in infamy. Or “famy.” This date is the launch of the world-renowned ISO 5571 – Disney Photography Podcast. Okay, maybe that’s overstating the colossal impact this Disney photography podcast will have on the world a tad. What is ISO 5571? In short, it’s a podcast-rific salute to all photography, but mostly that of Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Hosted by some shutter-mice talkin’ photos & Disney. Whether you love Disney, photography, or both, we hope you’ll enjoy this podcast. It truly does offer something for everyone…as long as everyone likes Disney and/or photography!
ISO 5571 – Disney Photography Podcast’s first two episodes are now available on iTunes. To listen to them now, click the “Listen on iTunes” button on the top right part of the screen. If you morally oppose the Apple empire (and that’s okay here…this isn’t Betamouse!), you can also listen via RSS. We highly recommend that you subscribe to the show, as that way you’ll autoMAGICally (reminds me of PhilharMagic’s doors every time I see that) receive updates. Trust us, you don’t want to miss a single episode of the runaway freight train of awesome that is ISO 5571 – Disney Photography Podcast!
Our goal after this week is to release one episode per week, but we decided to release two episodes at launch to give people a better idea of what this podcast is all about. Plus, since we’re still finding our “podcast-legs,” we figured releasing a second episode might give listeners an idea of the type of exponential quality improvements to expect from one episode to the next at the beginning of the podcast’s run.
If you take the time to listen to ISO 5571, we’d appreciate it if you’d head over to iTunes to leave us a wicked-awesome…or mediocre…or heck, even wholly negative…review. iTunes reviews are the currency of the podcast world, and at this point, WE’RE FLAT BROKE! So, if you want to see this podcast’s momentum increase towards our ultimate goal of dominating the podcast universe, help us out by leaving a review. Consider it your public service for the day, because it’s basically equivalent to saving a kitten from a burning building. You’ll be a national hero.
Thanks, and enjoy the show!
-Cory Disbrow, Ryan Pastorino, & Tom Bricker