F-Stop Collaborate and Listen

Manuel Palacios - The Relationship Between Photographic Art and Science

Welcome to episode 168 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast.

This week's episode features a landscape photographer and scientist hailing from upstate New York - Manuel Palacios. Manuel has a wonderful body of landscape photography work on his website and I have always appreciated his Instagram feed.

For the past several years, Manuel has spent countless days and nights wandering around and basking in the beauty of the Adirondack State Park in New York, a subject he considers to be his muse.

Manuel and I discuss some interesting topics, including:

  • His obsession with the Adirondacks.
  • How he shoots with intent and how he has "conversations" with the landscape.
  • The relationship between science and art.
  • Storytelling through landscape photography.
  • The advantages of photographing in your backyard.
  • Various breakthroughs he has had as an artist.
  • ... and more!

Over on Patreon this week, Manuel shared his thoughts about COVID-19 from a scientist's perspective.

I hope you enjoy our conversations!

Here are the people that Manuel recommended for the podcast:

1. Benjamin Williamson.

2. Robert Rodriguez Jr.

3. Finn Hopson.

4. Josh Lowe.

5. Nikhil Nagane.

Other items mentioned on the show:

1. Gary Randall Alaska Workshop.


I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via InstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. Join the discussion over on Nature Photographer's Network! We have weekly discussions about each episode of the podcast. It's also free! We also have an Instagram page and a Facebook page for updates.

Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week.


As a reminder, you can also support the podcast by shopping at B+H for your photography gear using our Affiliate Link

Epic Astro-landscape Photography Panel Discussion from Out of Chicago LIVE!

Welcome to episode 165 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast.

This week's episode comes to you from the Out of Chicago LIVE event that I took part in back in April. I moderated a panel discussion about night / astro-photography with some great panelists, including Royce BairIan NormanDiana SouthernMike Taylor, and Chris Nicholson.

It was a really fun panel discussion, in my opinion. We discussed some fun topics, including:

  • How to make night photography unique, creative, and relevant.
  • Favorite tricks and techniques for night photography.
  • Astro-photography from home.
  • Artificial light bans in National Parks.
  • Ethical considerations for night photography.
  • Starlink satellites and their impact on the night sky.
  • ... and much, much more

I hope you enjoy our conversation!

Other items mentioned on the show:

1. Out of Chicago LIVE recordings.

2. Michael Rung's YouTube videos.

3. Michael Rung's Lightroom workshops.


I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via InstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. Join the discussion over on Nature Photographer's Network! We have weekly discussions about each episode of the podcast. It's also free! We also have an Instagram page and a Facebook page for updates.

Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week.


As a reminder, you can also support the podcast by shopping at B+H for your photography gear using our Affiliate Link

Drew Armstrong - All About Drone Photography!

Welcome to episode 162 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast. 

This week's episode features a photographer hailing from Salt Lake City, Utah - he's a great guy and a supporter of the show. Our guest is an absolute master of drone photography, including cityscapes, landscapes, architecture, night-time, and everything in between. We had a wonderful time chatting all about drones. Without further ado, welcome Drew Armstrong to the show! Drew and I had a wonderful conversation this week and dove deep into the world of drones, including:

  • Why Drew likes using drones for his photography.
  • How to choose a drone for your photography.
  • Getting a Part 107 License for drone photography.
  • How to deal with people yelling at you while piloting.
  • What to do about losing or crashing your drone.
  • Governmental regulations around drone photography.
  • ... and much, much more

Over on Patreon this week, Drew shares his experience raising his transgender son and how that has impacted his photography work.

I hope you enjoy our conversation!

Here are the people Drew recommended for the podcast:

1. Kirk Keyes.

2. MaryBeth Kiczenski.

3. Jahn Muracki.

4. Vic Moss.


Other items mentioned on the show:

1. Out of Moab. Use the code, "PAYNE" for $250 off.

2. Out of Acadia. Use the code, "PAYNE" for $250 off.

3. Gary Randall Kenai Peninsula Workshops.


I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via InstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. Join the discussion over on Nature Photographer's Network! We have weekly discussions about each episode of the podcast. It's also free! We also have an Instagram page and a Facebook page for updates.

Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week.

As a reminder, you can also support the podcast by shopping at B+H for your photography gear using our Affiliate Link

Royce Bair - NightScape Photography

Welcome to Episode 143 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast. This week's episode features a photographer that probably needs no introduction - Royce Bair. Royce is one of the pioneers of the modern movement of NightScape photography and runs the popular Facebook Group, NightScaper. Royce also organizes and runs the annual NightScape Photography Conference

Royce and I covered a wide variety of topics this week, including:

  • Learning to say no and the Greg McKeown book, "Essentialism"
  • How Royce got into night photography
  • Royce's Milky Way NightScapes eBook - Listeners can use discount code TWAN for $5.00 off at check out
  • Our shared authorship of the Secrets from the Stars Kickstarter hardcover book — 8 night photography masterclasses, each written by a world-class, award-winning astrophotographer
  • 2020 NightScaper Conference in Kanab, Utah - May 20-22. Podcast listeners can use the FSTOP100 Discount Coupon Code for $100.00 off their registration
  • Nightscape ethics
  • The importance of dark skies and the work of The International Dark Sky Association
  • How to make night photography a more creative pursuit
  • and a lot more...

Over on Patreon this week, Royce and I recorded some bonus material where we talk all about the innovations of the past 10 years that have made night photography more accessible and some concrete techniques to improve your night photography. We also talk about the use of trackers for the night sky, Royce recommends the iOptron SkyTracker Pro Mount or the Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer.

Both are about $300. The iOptron is easier to use in his opinion, but the Sky-Watcher will carry a heavier payload, if you decide to use a long telephoto lens for deep sky object tracking.

All right, one quick announcement before we dive in: former guest and Canadian landscape photographer, Dani Lefrancois, has announced a really fun opportunity to photograph the Canadian Rockies in the springtime. Her workshop will get you up close and personal with some incredible subjects in the Banff National Park area and looks to be a really fun adventure. Just head to banffphotoworkshops.com/spring-awakening

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers! 

Here are the photographers Royce recommended for the podcast:

1. Ryan Smith

2. Jack Fusco

3. Mike Shaw

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via InstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. Join the discussion over on Nature Photographer's Network! We have weekly discussions about each episode of the podcast. It's also free! We also have an Instagram page and a Facebook page for updates.

Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week.

Isabella Tabacchi - Photographing the Dolomites of Italy

Welcome to Episode 105 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast with Isabella Tabacchi!

Isabella is a landscape photographer living in Northern Italy at the base of the famous Dolomites mountain range. She is relatively new to the landscape photography scene, having only begun as a photographer in 2013, but in her short career she has made quite a splash. She has already won several photography awards and was recently a judge for the prestigious 2018 Epson Pano Awards. Isabella and I had a wonderful cross-Atlantic conversation about her rise as a photographer, her views on the Dolomites, why she loves photographing them and how she has seen them change in her short career. We also discussed her experience as a judge for the Epson Pano Awards and her views on social media and unsolicited feedback often given by photographers on those platforms. Please join me in welcoming her to the show.


Just a quick reminder, this is the last week to join us in supporting the podcast on Patreon and capitalize on the special offers we have going on over there to celebrate the 100th episode of the show. From March 20 through April 30, 2019, new and existing patrons will receive the following discounts:

1. 20% off Alex Noriega processing tutorial videos (only good for videos released prior to March, 2019)

2. 20% off Michael Shainblum processing tutorial videos

3. 20% off Eric Bennett instructional videos

4. 20% off Joshua Cripps Photography tutorials

5. 20% off Sarah Marino & Ron Coscorossa Nature Photo Guides e-books

6. 20% off Colleen Miniuk-Sperry’s books and eBooks

Two weeks ago I announced that we are doing a weekly photo theme for patrons of the podcast. 
 
The idea is simple - patrons submit their photographs based on the theme of the week and I pick my favorite submission and talk about it on the podcast and on Patreon.
 
We'll try this out and see if people like it! Last week's theme was "Mystery." We have 120 patrons of the podcast and so far only about 5 have participated, so your chances of winning are pretty good...
 
We have been giving out cool awards but I don't want to tell you what they are! Its a surprise.
 
I really enjoyed everyone's submissions this week and it was a close call!  This week's winner is Jarrod Hills. Jarrod shared an aetherial photograph which really caught my eye. Here is what Jarrod had to say about his photograph: I live near the Potomac. We had a day when the water was still quite cold while the air was around 75 degrees. It brought out this fog that enveloped everything. In my attempts to shoot locally, most of my landscape imagery involves some man made element.
 
Its a really cool photograph that you should check out! 
 
This week's theme is going to go along with our announcement of the Nature First Initiative... the theme is "Earth Day" - how can you capture the essence of the 7 principles of Nature First? Let's find out! So get out there and create some art and share it with the group on Patreon!

To get these discounts, simply sign up as a Patron of the podcast at the $5/mo or higher level before April 30, 2019. Your discount codes will revealed after you sign up. 

This week on Patreon, Isabella and I discussed her recent transition from full-frame to medium format using the mirrorless Hasselblad system

To learn more about Isabella, check her out:

Website.

Instagram.

Here are the photographers that Isabella recommended for the podcast:

1. Max Rive.

2. Daniel Kordan.

3. Daniel Laan.

4. Simone CMoon.

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via InstagramFacebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook Group! We've also started an Instagram page and a Facebook page for the podcast, where we'll be sharing updates as we go!


As a reminder, you can also support the podcast by shopping at B+H for your photography gear using our Affiliate Link

Sean Parker - Arizona’s Dark Skies

Welcome to Episode 096 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast with Sean Parker!

Sean Parker is a professional photographer / time-lapse cinematographer based in Tucson, Arizona. Sean is passionate for capturing the beauty in the universe and specializes in all types of photography. Sean is most passionate about landscape & astro-photography work. Sean has been featured in many publications, commercials, and projects with companies such as: Smithsonian, Discovery, LG, Samsung, Annapurna Films, New York Times, Arizona Highways, and more! 

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As discussed in the introduction, I'm partnering with podcast patron Jason Matias on the launch of his Art of Selling Art service. If you want to sign up and help out the podcast in return, head on over to the launch page.

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We covered some fun topics this week, including:

1. How Sean got his start as a photographer.

2. His favorite aspects of the types of photography he is into.

3. How competition drives us as artists & the pros and cons of it.

4. Working with brands.

5. The realities of being a full-time professional landscape photographer.

6. Location sharing.

7. Time-lapse photography.

8. Night photography composites.

9. His work with LG on their new TV Product launch. Another teaser.

10. Gear! We discussed our kits, and I shared info about a crazy spreadsheet I created.

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers! Your support is critical - it helps with production costs and to improve the podcast over time. Thanks! Even $1 / mo helps a lot! We are growing closer to our goal of getting to $1,000/mo in support, at which point I will create an award to be given to a photographer that is a champion of conservation. Help us get there!

This week on Patreon, Sean and I talked about star trails and time-lapse photography.

Head on over to the liner notes for a lot more! 

Scott McCook - Aerial Landscape Photography

Welcome to Episode 088 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast with Scott McCook!

Scott McCook is a landscape and aerial photographer living in Perth, Western Australia. I have been a huge fan of Scott's work for many years now; however, his recent aerial photography projects have been absolutely mind-blowing and incredible to follow. As such, I was elated when he agreed to come into the podcast to talk about his journey as an aerial photographer. We really dug deep into the topic of aerial photography and I think anyone even remotely interested in that topic will really like this episode. 

We covered some fun topics this week, including:

1. The landscape of Western Australia and why it lends itself to aerial photography.

2. How our imagery can get people to think deeper about the landscape.

3. The pros/cons of helicopters / planes / drones for aerial photography.

4. Mining and the environment - how aerials can show us these places and how we think about them.

5. Processing / workflow and how boundaries impacts that.

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! If you enjoyed the content from this podcast episode, there's even more over on Patreon for those supporting the podcast. This week on Patreon, Scott shares his techniques, settings, and tips on how to take aerial photographs. 

Andrew Klinger - Deep Sky Astro Landscape Photography

Welcome to Episode 084 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with Andrew Klinger! Andrew is a deep-sky astrophotographer living in the Dallas Ft. Worth area. Andrew has totally geeked out in the pursuit of photographing the night sky and uses a dedicated astronomy camera to capture amazing images of deep sky objects such as nebulae and galaxies. 

We went really deep into the technical aspects of astrophotography this week, including:

1. How to start deep-sky astrophotography.

2. Using telescopes, trackers, mounts, and more with your camera. Andrew recommends the Orion Sirus Mount

3. How to post-process night sky photographs using PixInsight, Sequator, and DeepSkyStacker.

4. Answers to questions posed in our Facebook group.

For the full liner notes including links to products we discussed and to see Andrew's work, head over to my blog at www.mattpaynephotography.com

Arpan Das - Multiple Exposure Landscape Photography

Welcome to Episode 073 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with Arpan Das!

Arpan is a full time Astrophysics/Cosmology research student by profession; however, landscape photography is one of his biggest passions in life. Arpan was born in India where he lived 23 years of his life. Then he moved to Italy for his study and currently living in Canada for the same purpose. Whenever he has free time, he tries to fly far away from the city and loves being outdoors in some mountains where he can connect himself to the beauty of the nature. Even if he is not taking any photographs he just loves to watch a sunrise or sunset over the mountains, big water waves along the sea, or millions of stars over the head in a dark sky.

We covered some great topics this week, including:

1. Difficulty today as a landscape photographer.

2. Single exposures vs. multiple exposures.

3. Using astro-trackers, specifically the Skywatcher Star Adventurer Pro.

4. How mood influences photography.

5. Abstract landscape photography.

6. Coming to North America from India.

7. The trend of stretching mountains in photos.

8. Composition - learning from painters like Albert Bierstadt.


Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers! Your support is critical - it helps with production costs and to improve the podcast over time. Thanks!

Over on Patreon this week, Arpan and I discussed focus stacking, exposure blending, and the importance of reality in landscape photography.

To learn more about Arpan, check out the liner notes on my blog at www.mattpaynephotography.com

Here are the photographers that Arpan recommended for the podcast:

1. Noel Casaje.

2. Bruno Pisani.

3. Catherine Simard.

4. Patrick Ong

5. Isabella Tabacchi

Ben Canales - Astro Landscape Photography & More

Welcome to Episode 067 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with Ben Canales!

Ben Canales is a fantastic photographer and videographer living in Portland, Oregon and is widely considered to be one of the pioneers of modern digital night photography. Ben is a partner of a video company called Uncage the Soul Productions where he creates incredible time-lapse and video productions for companies all over the world. You can see the full library of amazing productions over on Vimeo.

I believe this is one of the best podcast episodes we've recorded to-date!

We covered some great topics this week, including:

1. Ben's journey into night photography.

2. How night photography has evolved.

3. Shooting night video.

4. Framing and composition differences between photography, time-lapse, and video.

5. Location tagging on social media.

6. Abusing locations for our benefit.

7. Creativity, conformity, and the interesting new Instagram page "@Insta_Repeat"

Over on Patreon this week, Ben and I had a fabulous conversation - he answered several listener questions from our Facebook group, explained how he keeps inspired to do night photography, and handled a delicate and complex question regarding responsibility. 

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers! Your support is critical - it helps with production costs and to improve the podcast over time. Thanks!

To learn more about Ben, check out his online presence:

Website.

Instagram.

Vimeo.

Here are some artists that Ben recommended for the podcast:

1. Zeb Andrews.

2. Rachel Jones Ross.

3. Tracy Lee.

4. Kayla Sulek.

Some examples of Ben's photography can be seen on my blog post at https://www.mattpaynephotography.com/blog/2018/7/f-stop-collaborate-and-listen-episode-67---ben-canales

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. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook Group! We've also started an Instagram page and a Facebook page for the podcast, where we'll be sharing updates as we go! 

Abe Blair - Managing a Gallery in Landscape Photography

Episode 061 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with Abe Blair!

Abe is traditional in his method, working to get the image correct in the camera without building one in the computer. Abe started with his first film camera in 1992 it ignited a fire and passion that has burned strong ever since. Shortly after high school, he followed his passion and persued a career documenting Skiing and Snowboarding. Now Abe is a full-time landscape photographer residing in Lake Tahoe, CA. 

We covered some great topics this week, including:

1. How Abe got into landscape photography and what it was like being mentored by Jeff Mitchum. 

2. Visualization in-camera vs. post-processing - similarities and differences.

3. Gallery life - learning how to sell your work.

4. Managing to have a family while a full-time landscape photographer. 

5. The story of him capturing his iconic missle image (see below). 

Over on Patreon this week, Abe and I had a fabulous conversation about photo contests and what it will be like for him to judge the Epson Pano awards this year. 

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers! Your support is critical - it helps with production costs and to improve the podcast over time. Thanks!

To learn more about Abe, check out his online presence:

Website.

Instagram.

Here is the artist that Abe recommended for the podcast:

1. Erwin Buske.

Some examples of Abe's 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. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook Group! We've also started an Instagram page and a Facebook page for the podcast, where we'll be sharing updates as we go! 

Mike Mezeul - Storm & Extreme Weather Landscape Photography

Episode 060 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with Mike Mezuel!

If you're into storm chasing, storm photography, tornadoes, lightning, and road adventures, this episode is for you! I had a lot of fun chatting with Mike. 

Although Mike currently lives in north Texas, he was originally born in the small town of Rome, New York. He moved to Texas at a young age, but says he has never worn (and never will) a cowboy hat, cowboy boots, or said, “ya’ll.” He got his first camera at the age of 15. It was a 1975 Yashica MG-1. He graduated from The University of North Texas in 2008 with a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and obtained his Master’s in Journalism back in December of 2012. When he's not out with his camera, he enjoys playing hockey. Mike is a well-traveled storm photographer and just picked up a gig to photograph the volcano eruption in Hawaii. 

We covered some great topics this week, including:

1. How Mike got into landscape photography.

2. Photographing tornadoes and extreme weather.

3. The process of improvement as a photographer. 

Over on Patreon this week, Mike and I had a fabulous conversation about his recent trip to Hawaii to photograph and document the devastation caused by the volcano there. It was an emotional trip for Mike - we talked about what it was like photographing such destruction.

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers! Your support is critical - it helps with production costs and to improve the podcast over time. Thanks!

To learn more about Mike, check out his online presence:

Website.

Instagram.

Here are the artists that Mike recommended for the podcast:

1. Aaron Rigsby.

2. Akash Thakkar.

Some examples of Mike's 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. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook Group! We've also started an Instagram page and a Facebook page for the podcast, where we'll be sharing updates as we go! 

Jennifer Khordi - Moon Landscape Photography

Episode 050 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with New Jersey-based photographer Jennifer Khordi! I have been a huge fan of Jennifer's work ever since I got into photographing the night sky. Jennifer dedicates most of her spare time planning and executing amazing photographs of the full moon in New York City. We spent a lot of time talking about her obsession and how she plans those shots, which takes incredible dedication, planning, and execution. 

We covered some great topics this week, including:

  • How Jennifer got into photography.
  • Jennifer's obsession with the moon.
  • Fake moon photography and why it bothers her.
  • Jennifer's New York City workshops.
  • The balance of photography and work.
  • Issues she has encountered has a woman photographer.

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers! We are 1/3 of the way to our goal of being able to award a $1,000 prize to a photographer dedicated to conservation. Over on Patreon this week Adam talked about paragliding, rock climbing, and adventure.

To learn more about Jennifer:

Website

Instagram

Facebook

Here are the artists that Jennifer would like to hear on the podcast:

Chris Georgia

Aaron Priest

Some examples of Jennifer's 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. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook Group or on Reddit!

Adam Woodworth - Becoming a full-time Professional Landscape Photographer

Episode 045 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with Maine-based landscape photographer Adam Woodworth! I have been a fan of Adam's work for several years and it was so cool to finally get to talk to him over the podcast medium! Adam is a full-time photographer and works a lot with Nikon. His work is very, very good and deserves some attention. It was fun speaking with Adam - it was a very laid back conversation.

We covered some great topics this week, including:

  • Adam's journey into landscape photography.
  • Adam's decision to become a full-time professional photographer.
  • His cross-country road trip from Maine to Alaska (here's a link to Andrew Skurka's route we talked about).
  • Night Photography.
  • Adam's video tutorials.

Special announcements: This week we are partnering with F-Stop Gear - we are giving away a Medium Shallow ICU to a lucky podcast listener. If you're not familiar with their products, their backpacks are fantastic (I use an older F-Stop Loka) and their ICUs are what you use to put all of your camera gear into the backpack. What's cool about the Medium Shallow ICU is that it will work in all kinds of other backpacks as well and works well with both Mirrorless gear and DSLR gear. In order to enter to win, all you need to do is head on over to the Podcast's Facebook Group and comment on the thread I created there - tell us what you like about the podcast and what topics and guests you'd like to hear in the future. I will choose a winner based on how interesting the comment is (that's my super scientific way to pick)! 

Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers!

To learn more about Adam:

Website

Facebook

Instagram

Here are the artists that Adam would like to hear on the podcast:

Mike Mezeul

Mandy Lea

Ben Williamson

Jerry Monkman

Some examples of Adam's photography can be seen below. Here is a link to the blog post for this episode.

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. You can also join the conversation on our Facebook Group or on Reddit!

Wayne Pinkston - A Love Affair with Night Photography

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!

Paul Zizka - Canada Night Photography

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!

Mike Taylor - Lighthouses and Night Landscape Photography

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.

Joshua Snow

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.

Jon Secord - New England Landscape Photography

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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