033 - Nick Page

• December 13th, 2017
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Episode 033 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with Washington-based landscape photographer, Nick Page. Nick is a fellow podcaster and an awesome photographer. I think his work is outstanding. Nick's journey into landscape photography is quite interesting and I had a great time talking to him about the business of photography.

We covered some really great topics this week, including Nick's journey into landscape photography, what life is like as a full-time professional photographer, why he started his podcast, the upcoming "Out of Moab" landscape photography conference, the recent news about Bear's Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante, social media and landscape photography, and lastly the importance of the journey to become better.

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going! We're getting closer to the goal to produce two podcasts per week, thanks to your support! Patrons can ask future guests questions, get exclusive access to bonus content, get awesome swag, and more! Check it out.

To learn more about Nick:

His Website

Facebook

Instagram

Here are some topics we discussed on the podcast:

The photography of Justin Reznick

The photography of Thomas Heaton

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. 

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.


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032 - Dan Ballard

• December 7th, 2017
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Episode 032 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with the internationally-renowned travelling landscape photographer, Dan Ballard. I have been following Dan's work for many years, in fact, ever since I started as a landscape photographer. Dan was super awesome to speak to! We had a lot of fun this week and covered a lot of really great topics. I really enjoyed our conversation and believe me - you will too. 

We covered some really great topics this week, including Dan's journey into landscape photography, what it is like living on the road as a full-time professional photographer, the importance of creating images and seeking out new locations, the importance of a lightweight kit, creating panoramas, how to work with human subjects on travel photography trips, and the current state of landscape photography. 

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going! We're getting closer to the goal to produce two podcasts per week, thanks to your support! Patrons can ask future guests questions, get exclusive access to bonus content, get awesome swag, and more! Check it out.

To learn more about Dan:

His Website

Facebook

Instagram

The importance of lightweight gear and the tool I developed which was discussed on the podcast

The photography of Bruce Percy

The photography of Michael Anderson

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. 

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

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031 - David Swindler

• December 2nd, 2017
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Episode 031 with Utah-based landscape photographer, David Swindler. I have been following David's work on Flickr for many years and have found his work to be quite inspiring. He often shoots locations that are not well-known, which I greatly appreciate! David was a real treat to have on the podcast and I think you will really enjoy this one. 

We covered some really great topics this week, including David's journey into landscape photography as an chemical engineer, the Art Storefronts website platform, using failure as a teacher, finding a good composition, and impactful moments in landscape photography.

Important! Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

Patreon subscribers have access to bonus interview content and much, much more!

To learn more about David:

His Website; his workshop Website

Facebook

Instagram

The photography of Dustin LeFevre

The photography of Greg McGowan

The photography of Ryan Smith

The photography of Royce Bair

The photography of Phil Monson

The photography of Bill Church

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. 

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

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030 - Sean Bagshaw

• November 24th, 2017
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Episode 030 with Oregon-based landscape photographer, Sean Bagshaw. Sean had been an inspiration to me and many other landscape photographers for many, many years. It was such an amazing opportunity to get him as a guest on the podcast. 

We covered some really great topics this week, including visual impact, what motivates Sean to keep shooting, Photo Cascadia, the International Conservation Photography Awards, Conservation and the sharing of locations, and much more.

Important! Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

Patreon subscribers have access to bonus interview content and much, much more!

To learn more about Sean:

His Website

Facebook

Instagram

The photography of Raynor Czerwinski

The photography of Tony Kuyper

The photography of Vern Clevenger

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. 

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

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029 - Joshua Cripps - Part 2

• November 18th, 2017
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Part 2 of a 2 part series - episode 29 with California-based landscape photographer, Joshua Cripps. Josh and I had such a fun time on the podcast that it lasted almost two hours, so I decided to split the podcast into two episodes. Josh's sense of humor and story-telling skills are only surpassed by his fabulous landscape photography skills. Josh has quite a library of Lightroom and Photoshop tutorials over on his website and on YouTube that I personally have benefited from over the years. 

We covered some really great topics this week, including authenticity, imposter syndrome and the importance of perspective, the importance of networking and the Photo Plus Expo, Josh's amazing life-threatening story of being stranded in the mountains of New Zealand, popular locations and impact, and expectations in the field.

Important! Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going! There is bonus content for patrons!

Patreon subscribers have access to bonus interview content and much, much more!

To learn more about Joshua:

His Website

Facebook

Instagram

Matt's moutaineering articles

The photography of Corey Rich

The photography of Gabriel Isenband

The photography of Vern Clevenger

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. 

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

 

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028 - Joshua Cripps - Part 1

• November 18th, 2017
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Part 1 of a 2 part series - episode 028 with California-based landscape photographer, Joshua Cripps. Josh and I had such a fun time on the podcast that it lasted almost two hours, so I decided to split the podcast into two episodes. Josh's sense of humor and story-telling skills are only surpassed by his fabulous landscape photography skills. Josh has quite a library of Lightroom and Photoshop tutorials over on his website and on YouTube that I personally have benefited from over the years. 

We covered some really great topics this week, including authenticity, imposter syndrome and the importance of perspective, the importance of networking and the Photo Plus Expo, Josh's amazing life-threatening story of being stranded in the mountains of New Zealand

Patreon subscribers have access to bonus interview content and much, much more!

To learn more about Joshua:

His Website

Facebook

Instagram

Matt's moutaineering articles

The photography of Corey Rich

The photography of Gabriel Isenband

The photography of Vern Clevenger

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. 

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

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027 - Sapna Reddy

• November 15th, 2017
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Episode 027 with California-based landscape photographer, Sapna Reddy. Sapna reached out to me after listening to my podcast episode with TJ Thorne. I have to admit, I had never heard of her before, but after looking at her work and corresponding with her, I was convinced that she would be great to have on the podcast, and I was not wrong at all! Sapna is a Radiologist by training and has pursued a dual career as a landscape photographer. Her unique perspective as a radiologist made for a fascinating conversation. I think you will enjoy this week's epsisode!

We covered some really great topics this week, including "the art of seeing," gender based challenges in landscape photography, motivation and time allocation, pursuing photography as a dual career, the similarities and differences between radiology and photography, and the impact of social media on the landscapes we love.

Important! Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

Patreon subscribers have access to bonus interview content and much, much more!

To learn more about Sapna:

Her Website

Facebook

Instagram

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. 

You can also reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

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026 - Paul Rojas

• November 8th, 2017
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Episode 026 with Ventura, California-based landscape photographer, Paul Rojas. Paul and I met on a photography trip to Hunts Mesa - Monument Valley, AZ back in May, 2017. Paul immediately impressed me as a very well-balanced, intelligent, and thoughtful dude. Then, Paul showed me his photos and I was completely blown away by his talent. I had been following Paul's work for a couple of years, but I apparently had not seen his best work yet because I remember being quite enamored with his work when he showed me it in person. Our interview had some technical challenges (my internet dropped three times), but we made the most of it and hopefully it was not noticeable in the podcast! I really enjoyed my conversation with Paul and I think you will too. 

We covered some really great topics this week, including conservation, allowing the landscape to dictate lens selection, Paul's journey into photography, backpacking, and much more!

As discussed on the podcast, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. Various backpacking gear, which I have documented about extensively on my mountaineering website's trip reports
  2. Ultralight backpacking book
  3. Paul's favorite lens - the Nikon 24-70 (mid-range zoom)
  4. The photography of Emmanuel Coupe
  5. The writing of Platon Revellis
  6. The photography of Steffen and Isabel Synnatchke
  7. The photography of John Mumaw

To learn more about Paul:

Facebook

Instagram

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

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025 - Kane Engelbert

• November 5th, 2017
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Episode 025 with Denver, Colorado based landscape photographer, Kane Engelbert. For those that have been following the podcast at all, you'll recognize Kane as someone that I refer to quite a bit on the podcast. I was finally able to get Kane on the podcast by having him join me at my house in Durango, Colorado for an impromptu interview. This episode was a long time in the making! As usual, it was such a fantastic pleasure to discuss the passion of landscape photography with Kane. We discussed a myriad of topics, including his introduction to landscape photography, our shared passion for Colorado's mountains, the state of Landscape photography, the impact of landscape photography on the places we love to photograph, and much, much more. Fair warning, there is some profanity on the podcast.

If you have never seen Kane's work, you are missing out! His work is world class and deserves a long study.

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. The Summitpost.org album that made me fall in love with Kane's work
  2. Kane's must have gear item - the Canon 5dsr
  3. The photography of Erik Stensland
  4. The photography of Jack Brauer
  5. The photography of Sarah Marino

To learn more about Kane:

Facebook

His website

Instagram

As discussed on the podcast, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. Enjoy!

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024 - Nolan Nitschke

• October 24th, 2017
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Episode 024 with Bishop, California-based landscape photographer, Nolan Nitschke. Fair warning - we did use some profanity in this episode! Nolan recently opened a gallery in Mammoth Lakes, CA, and I was really excited to talk to him about that endeavor. Nolan and I have a similar background regarding our entry into photography since we are both avid backpackers and hikers, so I knew the conversation would vibe quite well. The conversation did not disappoint and I think it is one of the best podcasts yet. 

We covered some really great topics this week, and spent a lot of time discussing the business of photography galleries, back-country photography and backpacking, social media vs. seeing photos in person, and more!

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. The influence of Galen Rowell on his work
  2. The photography of Nick Selway and CJ Kale
  3. The photography of Aaron Reed

To learn more about Nolan:

Facebook

His website

Instagram

Some examples of his amazing photography can be seen below. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. 

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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023 - Dani Lefrançois

• October 17th, 2017
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Episode 023 with Banff, Alberta, Canada-based landscape photographer, Dani Lefrançois. Dani was really patient and persistent about being a guest on the podcast, which I really appreciated quite a lot! She was a really fun guest on the show - our conversation felt like we were two old friends. Her photography is quite inspiring and worth taking a look at if you have never seen her work before. Dani even inspired me to have a great idea, which I hope to reveal someday! 

We covered some really great topics this week, and spent a lot of time discussing workshops, drones, and more.

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. Our mutual love of Fireweed
  2. Her workshop buisiness
  3. The photography of Viktoria Haack
  4. The photography of Jaclyn Tanemura
  5. The photography of Peter Coskun
  6. The photography of Alex Nail

To learn more about Dani:

Facebook

Her website

Instagram

Some examples of her amazing photography can be seen below. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

Dani Lefrancois

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022 - TJ Thorne

• October 9th, 2017
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Episode 022 with Portland, Oregon-based landscape photographer, TJ Thorne. I have been appreciating TJ's excellent photography for quite awhile now ever since we connected on 500px and thought he would be an excellent guest on the podcast! I love TJ's images and you will too. TJ was a great guest and I think you will enjoy the conversation, especially if you are a fan of nature photography. TJ just went full-time as a professional landscape photographer, and I'm excited for where he's going.

We covered some really great topics!

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. TJ's Artist-in-residency at Crater Lake National Park
  2. The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles
  3. The photography of Ted Gore
  4. The photography of Eric Bennett

To learn more about TJ:

Facebook

His website

Instagram

Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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021 - Wayne Pinkston

• September 28th, 2017
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Episode 021 with Virginia based astro-landscape photographer, Wayne Pinkston. I have been appreciating Wayne's excellent night photography for quite awhile now and thought he would be an excellent guest on the podcast! His images speak for themselves, and Wayne was a great guest. Wayne might be one of the most humble guys I've spoken to. Wayne picked up night photography after seeing the Milky Way on the back of his LCD for the first time on a National Geographic workshop with Stephen Alvarez. His images are absolutely inspiring.

We covered some really great topics!

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. The photography of Galen Rowell
  2. Low Level Lighting
  3. WorldPix
  4. The photography of Royce Bair
  5. The photography of David Kingham (a former guest on the podcast)
  6. The photography of Brad Goldpaint
  7. The phoography of Michael Goh
  8. The photography of Mark Gee

To learn more about Wayne:

Facebook

His website

Instagram

Here's some examples of his amazing photography. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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020 - Erez Marom

• September 24th, 2017
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Episode 020 with Isreal based landscape photographer, Erez Marom. I have been appreciating Erez's excellent landscape photography for awhile now and thought he would be an excellent guest on the podcast! His images speak for themselves, and Erez was a fantastic guest. Erez picked up photography as in 2008, and quickly rose to fame and went full-time pro in 2012. His images are absolutely inspiring.

We covered some really great topics, including going professional, entering photography contests, 

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. 500px editor's choice article
  2. Max Rive workshop review discussion
  3. The photography of Ian Plant
  4. The photography of Marsel Van Oosten

Facebook

His website

Instagram

Here's some examples of his amazing photography. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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019 - Mike Sanchez

• September 5th, 2017
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Episode 019 with Scottsdale, Arizona based landscape photographer, Mike Sanchez. I have been appreciating Mike's excellent night photography for awhile now and thought he would be an excellent guest on the podcast! His images speak for themselves, and Mike was a thought-provoking guest. Mike picked up photography as a hobby in 2008, but it really became a passion only a few short years ago in 2014, when he received his first Nikon and started shooting night photography. Since then, it has transformed his life and given him a deeper sense of purpose.

We covered some really great topics, including social media's positive influence on his photography journey, how he got into night photography, conservation of the environment and the interplay with landscape photography, and much more!

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. Leave No Trace Ethics
  2. Arizona Highways Feature Article
  3. The photography of Joel Hazleton
  4. The photography of Jack Dykinga
  5. The photography of Michael Fatali

Mike's work can be found on:

Facebook

His website

Instagram

Here's some examples of his amazing photography. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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018 - Cecil Whitt

• August 29th, 2017
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Episode 018 with Santa Fe, New Mexico-based landscape photographer, Cecil Whitt. I was introduced to Cecil's work by several photographers and could not be more happy to have found him. His work of the American Southwest is quite extensive and very good. 

We covered some really great topics, including his journey as an artist, what it is like being a full-time photographer, and where he finds inspiration. 

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. The photography of David Chauvin
  2. The photography of Hans Strand

Cecil's work can be found on:

Facebook

His website

Instagram

Here's some examples of his amazing photography. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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017 - Candace Dyar

• August 15th, 2017
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Episode 017 with Washington-based landscape photographer, Candace Dyar. When Candace agreed to be on the podcast, I was quite excited! I've been following her amazing work for years and could not wait to have a conversation with her. Candace was born and raised in Ohio and has had an intense love for the natural world. As a young adult, Candace grew a fondness for the fine arts and went on to attain a degree in Art History. The Hudson River School, and great landscape painter Albert Bierstadt inspired her and she was also drawn to the highly imaginative, dream-like atmospheres from Surrealist artists such as Giorgio de Chirico and Salvador Dali. Her artistic background significantly contributes to her vision as a photographer and it is a goal of hers to portray a “painterly” type of style within her work. Based in Washington State for over a decade, Candace first discovered her passion for photography while venturing out in the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest. An avid hiker, she constantly yearns to explore new areas while also hoping to provide a unique vision through her photography, and is passionate about photographing the diversity of wilderness areas in their entirety. Her goal as a photographer is to reach viewers on an emotional level, while also spreading awareness of the necessity and vitality of the natural and last true wild places that many either take for granted or might never experience at all.

We covered some really great topics, including conservation, connection to the landscape as a photographer, how photography is a therapeutic tool, what it is like to be a woman landscape photographer, and more. 

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. The photography of Iron Tazz Scaggs
  2. Yankee Boy Basin

Candace's work can be found on:

Facebook

Her website

Instagram

Here's some examples of her amazing photography. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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016 - Guy Tal

• August 8th, 2017
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Episode 016 with Utah-based landscape photographer, and writer, Guy Tal. I can't tell you how excited I was to get Guy on the podcast! His writing about landscape photography has been an inspiration for years. Guy believes that the practice of creative pursuits manifests not only in the making of art, but also has the ability to transform and enrich life, facilitate meaningful and rewarding experiences, and foster contentment and satisfaction through lifelong discovery and learning. Our conversation was thought-provoking to say the least! We covered the topics of conservation, how Guy found his love for photography and the landscape, and the sacredness of experiencing the natural world.  

I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. Eliot Porter  - A Place No One Knew
  2. Edward Weston
  3. Guy Tal's book: More Than a Rock

Guy's work can be found on:

Facebook

His website

Here's some examples of his amazing photography. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

 

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015 - Mark Metternich

• August 3rd, 2017
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Episode 015 with Florida-based landscape photographer, Mark Metternich. Mark is an incredibly accomplished photographer, known for his work in the Pacific Northwest and American Southwest. Mark has spent most of his time living mobile on the road. Mark's ​great ​passion for fine art landscape comes through in his work and has attracted a wide audience around the world​, has been widely published​ and has won various awards. Mark has spent as much as 300 days a year leading a unique brand of adventure photo tours across the western US and abroad. Mark also produces many post processing training videos, teaches post processing (via Skype online screen sharing) is a freelance contributor to a number of photography publications, does post processing / print work for a wide variety of fine art clients as well as does public speaking / teaching.

In our conversation we covered some really thought provoking topics, including the importance of human connection, his philosophy to leading workshops, and the craft of print making.

I think you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:
 

  1. The photography of Klaus Priebe
  2. Bruce Fraser - master of sharpening and color management
  3. The photography of Marc Adamus

Mark's work can be found on:

Facebook

His website

Instagram
 

Here's some examples of his amazing photography, including photos that we discussed on the podcast. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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014 - Hillary Younger

• July 27th, 2017
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Episode 014 with Tasmania-based landscape photographer, Hillary Younger. Hillary is an inspiring photographer, deeply connected to the places she photographs. Our conversation covered some pretty remarkable topics, including the importance of the connection to place, the link between place and artistic vision, and what it was like growing up in rural Australia. In Hillary's words: "Landscape photography is an expression of the unique relationship of the photographer with the land. My photography is an attempt to communicate intimate moments in that relationship, which stir the emotions and touch the spirit."

I think you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:
 

  1. Hillary's friend, Olivia Hickey
  2. The Long Gallery
  3. Western Arthurs of Tasmania
  4. The photography of Adam Gibbs

Hillary's work can be found on:

Facebook

Her website

Instagram
 

Here's some examples of her amazing photography, including photos that we discussed on the podcast. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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013 - Dusty Doddridge

• July 11th, 2017
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Episode 013 with Tennessee-based landscape photographer, Dusty Doddridge. Dusty reached out to me to be on the podcast with some great topics and ideas so I checked out his work, became super impressed, and decided he sounded like a super interesting guy to interview - so we scheduled it! Dusty is a super awesome guy - we had a fantastic conversation and covered some new territory on the podcast, including a concept known as "meta learning," practicing photography as an art form, his trip to Iceland, his approach to landscape photography, and some hilarious stories from the field. I think you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to books and other topics we covered below:
 

  1. Tim Ferriss' books regarding meta learning
  2. Anders Ericsson's book - "Peak"
  3. Angela Duckworth's book - "Grit"
  4. The photography of Daniel Bergmann
  5. The photography of Hans Strand
  6. The photography of Bruce Percy

Dusty's work can be found on:

Facebook

His website

Instagram
 

Here's an example of his amazing photography! Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

You can also reach out to me via emailInstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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012 - Alex Noriega

• July 6th, 2017
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Episode 012 with one of my favorite photographers of all time, Alex Noriega. Alex has been a huge inspiration to me ever since I started shooting photos back in 2011. His landscape work is world-class. In fact, Alex just won top prize as the International Landscape Photographer of the Year. Impressive stuff! Our conversation covered a variety of awesome topics including Alex's approach to finding scenes that inspire him to take photos, social media, the interesting and contradictory relationship between today's way in which photographers learn vs. our desire to see more unique and moving photography... and many more topics! 

Alex's work can be found on:

Facebook

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Here's an example of his amazing photography! Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

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011 - David Kingham and Jennifer Renwick

• June 21st, 2017
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Episode 011 with one of my favorite photographers of all time, David Kingham, and his business and life partner, Jennifer Renwick. David and Jennifer are travelling landscape photographers living out of an RV. For David, photography and travel are his life passions, his business, Exploring Exposure, was born out of a need to share his passion with others. David and Jennifer live as nomads, on the road 365 days a year. We discussed some awesome topics on the podcast, including workshop etiquette and ethics, living in an RV, and various post-processing techniques.

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010 - David Thompson

• June 12th, 2017
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Episode 010 with the amazingly talented landscape photographer David Thompson! David Thompson hails from Las Vegas, Nevada and offered up a truly humble and enjoyable conversation. We covered some really fun topics, including social media and its impact on the craft of photography, shooting locations and why we should keep them a secret, post-processing techniques, and some of David's inspirations for his work. 

Lastly, please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going!

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009 - Chris Williams

• May 31st, 2017
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Episode 009 with Pacific Northwest landscape photographer Chris Williams! Chris is a 30 year old writer and award winning Seattle, WA area based landscape photographer with a serious passion for the outdoors, specializing in Pacific Northwest Landscape photography. Whether it’s climbing, hiking or snowboarding, you can always find Chris in the mountains or on the water.

Chris recently won some awards and joined me on the podcast to talk about those awards, his vision for photography, the artistic process, his process for shooting and processing black and white images, and his thoughts on all things landscape photography!

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008 - Zachary Bright

• May 9th, 2017
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Episode 008! If you have not heard about Zachary Bright, you're missing out on some amazing imagery. Zachary is truly a world-class landscape photographer but relatively unknown to the masses. Zachary joined me on the podcast and we learn all about his journey into landscape photography. Zachary Bright is originally from the Southwest and currently resides in Ohio with his wife, 3 kids, and 2 huskies. Enjoy!

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007 - Paul Zizka

• May 2nd, 2017
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Episode 007! The amazingly talented Paul Zizka joins me on the podcast. Paul Zizka is an award-winning mountain landscape and adventure photographer based in Banff, Alberta, Canada. Paul is one of my absolute favorite photographers - his passion for the mountain landscapes that he photographs shines through time and time again. We talked about our mutual passion for the mountains, the role of photography in conservation, and Paul's journey into full-time photography. Enjoy!

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006 - Michael Bollino

• April 25th, 2017
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Episode 6 with the uber talented landscape photographer Michael Bollino! Michael is an accomplished landscape photographer based out of Portland, Oregon. Michael and I talked about how he got into landscape photography, our shared passion for connecting with nature through photography, and his views on composites. Michael and I have been friends for a few years and this was a fantastic conversation. Hope you dig it!

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005 - Mike Taylor

• April 21st, 2017
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Episode five of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen - my podcast project where I interview other landscape photographers. In my fifth episode, I interviewed Mike Taylor. Mike is an astrophotographer based out of Maine. Mike and I talked about composites, honesty in photography, critiques, workshops, becoming a professional photographer, the science of lighthouses and photographing them at night, and the joy of photography.

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004 - Joshua Snow

• April 14th, 2017
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Episode four of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen - my podcast project where I interview other landscape photographers. In my fourth episode, I interviewed Joshua Snow. Joshua is an astrophotographer / landscape photographer based out of Moab, Utah. Joshua and I talked about drones, critiquing others' photos, finding vision, night photography techniques, and some of Joshua's upcoming workshops.

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002 - Erin Babnik

• April 9th, 2017
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Episode 2! Interview with world-renowned landscape photographer Erin Babnik. Erin is "based" out of California and teaches workshops in the Dolomites, Death Valley, and all over the world. Our conversation covered all kinds of topics, including her journey to become a full-time professional photographer, her writing, social media, composites, artistic vision, and more. 

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001 - Kevin Shearer

• April 9th, 2017
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The first episode! Kevin Shearer is an astro-landscape photographer based out of Vancouver, Washington. Kevin and I talk about raising a family as a landscape photographer, our favorite destinations, and social media. Please excuse the poor audio on Kevin's end - he was using a gaming microphone. I promise the audio on future episodes is much cleaner! Enjoy!

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003 - Jon Secord

• April 9th, 2017
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Episode 3! My interview with Jon Secord, an astrophotographer / landscape photographer based out of Meredith, New Hampshire. Jon and I talked about social media, composites, processing, finding motivation to shoot, hiking gear, and some of Jon's upcoming workshops.

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