Welcome to Episode 139 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast. This week's episode features an adventure and landscape photographer living in Canmore, Alberta near Banff National Park, Jeff Bartlett.
Jeff and I covered some fun topics this week, including:
- What exactly is adventure photography?
- Authenticity in photography.
- Minimizing our impact on nature.
- Shooting what you love.
- Why do you take photographs?
- and a lot more...
Over on Patreon this week, Jeff and I talk about his relationship with the Instagram platform.
Also, I wanted to let you know about an exciting online course being offered by my friend and former podcast guest, Shane McDermott. You might remember Shane from episode 108 where he shared his thoughts on "visual centricity," "awareness," and "constant creative flow" and how this approach to photography can change how you interact with the natural world through your photographs. Shane has created a 6-week online course all about post-processing your images in a way that ensures the final result reflects your actual experience in the field. Shane calls the course, "Transforming your Passion into Pixels - The Art of Enlightened Image Editing." In his course, Shane talks about how you can take creative control, learn to make the look and feel of every finished image as unique and vibrant as the moment you captured it.
As an exclusive offer to podcast listeners, if you register in the next 72 hours, you will receive a 25% off this 6-week online course. Use the code FStop25 at the time of purchase to receive your discount.
Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! There's a ton of bonus content over there for subscribers!
Here is who Jeff recommended for the podcast:
1. Jack Fusco.
2. John Marriott.
3. Sarah Lindsey.