A.I. technology has been heavily talked about in the photography community over the last few months and in this episode we dive into what it might mean for us as Landscape Photographers.
Learning from our failures is one of the most critical skills we have in life, and photography is no exception. In this episode Nick talks about some of his most recent failures, his switch to canon, and his new Wildlife photography interests and how it pairs nicely with Landscape Photography.
In this episode I sit down with New Zealand photographer William Patino. We talk about the diverse landscapes of New Zealand, how shooting handheld helps Will enter a creative flow state, and the importance of giving back.
Planning a photo trip is one of the most exciting joys for a Landscape Photographer…. in this video I give a few tips for creating a plan for a photo trip, as well as how to go about exploring a new place.
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Publishing a photobook can be a daunting proposition, yet it is something that most Landscape Photographers aspire to someday achieve. In today’s episode we sit down with team members of Photo Cascadia to discuss their new book Washington Evergreen, and the process of publishing the book.
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Storm photography can be dramatic, epic, and deadly. Today we talk with the amazing Mike Mezeul to talk about storm photography, storm chasing and all things pertaining to staying safe out there. We touch on practical shooting tips, as well as where to go to further your weather education.
Often times as Landscape Photographers, Bad weather = Good photos. In this episode we talk about tips for shooting in difficult weather. Shooting in Rain, shooting in Wind, sometimes its not easy, but in this episode Nick gives important tips for coming away with gear that still functions.
We all go through them, and I have been in probably the longest one of my photographic career. In this episode I talk about what has finally brought me out of my creative rut, in hopes that it helps some of you battle through the same less than inspired times we all sometimes face.
Here is one of the images from the trip I was happy with.
Do we grow as photographers when we travel… or when we shoot close to home? In this episode we talk about setting goals for our photography in 2021
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Today we are talking with the incredible Marc Adamus, one of the pioneers of Modern Landscape photography and the epic photograph. In this discussion we are a little all over the board talking about everything from extreme weather, creative drive and the evils of social media.