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Cecil Whitt - An Artist’s Journey into the Badlands of New Mexico

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:


His website


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

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David Kingham and Jennifer Renwick - Workshop Etiquette in Landscape Photography

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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