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Sean Bagshaw - Visual Impact in Landscape Photography

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.

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To learn more about Sean:

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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.

Joshua Cripps - Part 2 - Stranded in New Zealand

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.

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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.

 

Joshua Cripps - Part 1 - Imposter Syndrome in Landscape Photography

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.

Sapna Reddy - The Art of Seeing in Landscape Photography

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.

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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.

Paul Rojas - Allowing the Landscape to Dictate Lens Selection

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.

Kane Engelbert - Passion for Colorado

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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