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.
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To learn more about Jennifer:
Here are the artists that Jennifer would like to hear on the podcast:
Some examples of Jennifer's photography can be seen below.
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