It’s all been leading up to this. The crew of the Fibonacci are in dire straights. They need to find the Camera Obscura. This episode is all about action. We fast forward through that boring exposition stuff and get to straight to the fun parts. Of course, sometimes exposition can help you understand a situation, but where’s the fun in that? Find out what happens to our heros in Raiders of the Lost Camera!
It has been exactly one year since I released the first “adventure” episode of the podcast. Incorporating my #NerdyPhotoCrew has really changed the podcast for the better, in my opinion. The crew has been on quite the journey over the last year, and so have I.
We’ve all grown and learned a lot in the last twelve months. I have learned a great deal about audio production and animation in that time (as you can see from the increasing production value of the animated episodes). There was certainly no intention to add all these tools to my skill set when I started out, but here we are. Seriously though, I had no idea what I was getting into creating an animated podcast episode. However, I am proud of what I have accomplished.
Furthermore, it brings me great pleasure to present the conclusion of the first chapter in this story, Raiders of the Lost Camera!
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Raiders of the Lost Camera Cast & Contributors
I would like to thoroughly thank all of the folks involved with making this episode of The Nerdy Photographer Podcast. All of these folks have previously contributed to these adventure podcast episodes before!
Jason Hamilton – Hamdo Bane
Jason is an IT Jedi who is really happy to be on the show and did his best to keep from chuckling at all of the Indiana Jones references.
Jen Clarke – RULA-3RDS
Jen Clarke voices RULA-3RDS, the robot with a heart of gold (which happens to be a power source capable of destroying the cosmos). She also lends her considerable comedic talents to numerous characters in our commercial spots on the podcast.
Jen is a regular performer at Go Comedy! Improv Theater (click here to view their YouTube channel) in Ferndale, Michigan. She performs with such groups as Decent Exposure, J/K, and Magna Carta.
Would you like to add a funny female contributor to your podcast? Jen might be interested. Contact us for details.
Fred Zorn – Gulden Hauer the Snug & Character Illustrator
Besides giving great “snugs” and drawing the amazing characters for these adventure episodes, Fred also hosts an internet radio show on Bone Pool Radio focused on acoustic music called The Dog’s Ear.
On top of that, he is the creator of a series of really great stop-motion animated dog training videos on YouTube called Pipe Cleaner Pups. PSSSST! He made all that stuff in the videos by hand!!
Tony Wolf – The Guardian of the Camera
Tony Wolf is an actor, singer, and writer / illustrator based in New York City. Tony has worked in theater and film/TV for over 20 years.
He has also written & illustrated 4 comics journalism pieces for The New York Times, and his autobio comics have received coverage in New York Magazine and the UK site New Statesman.
You can view his website at tonywolfactor.com, or check out his IMDB page. You can also follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
Fritz Swanson – The Observer
Fritz Swanson is a writer. He can be found at fritzswanson.com, and on Instagram @fritzswanson. He teaches at the University of Michigan, and is the founder of ananonymouscrown.com.
Among other hobbies, he collects low grade Marvel Golden Age comic books. If you have a sub-100 issue of Fantastic Four that a kid drew on, he’s interested in talking to you.