Welcome to Episode 133 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast. This week's episode features a nature and landscape photographer from Western Australia - Dylan Fox. Dylan is the 2018 Australian Geographic Landscape Photographer of the Year.
Dylan and I explored several interesting topics this week, including:
- How he got into photography.
- Gathering inspiration from other art forms.
- Doing what you want vs. seeking approval from others.
- How to get inspired by other photographers without copying them.
- How to respond to unsolicited critique.
- His motivation as a photographer.
- and a lot more.
Over on Patreon this week, Dylan and I talk for an extra 30+ minutes about how to get started in drone photography, using tripods (or not), New Zealand, and a lot more!
Be sure to join in on the conversation about each podcast episode over on Nature Photographer's Network. Not only is NPN the best place to get critiques on your landscape and nature photography, it is also home to some of most informative, thought-provoking, and inspiring articles on landscape photography I've found. I highly recommend you become a member today.
One last announcement - I really need your help picking the winner of our inaugural Landscape Conservation Award. We are still accepting nominations until December 31. If you're interested in helping, please send me a note!
Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers!
Here are the photographers that Dylan recommended for the podcast:
1. Ricardo Da Cunha.
2. Tania Malkin.
For the full liner notes and to see Dylan's work - see this link.