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Well, it has been a year since we started the podcast! How fun is that?!?!?! Take a listen as we recap some of what happened over the last year.
Kirsten spoke at a local camera club and after the meeting I convinced her to come on the show. Her energy and passion for travel, photography, and nature is evident. Take a listen to this episode and then be sure to check out her work.
Kirsten's Website: www.kirstennaturetravel.com
Kirsten's Publications: http://www.kirstennaturetravel.com/publications/
Inspiration can sometimes be like a pendulum. It comes, it goes, and it happens to everyone at some point or another. Take a listen to this episode as Beth and I discuss ways to stay inspired even when you just aren't "feeling it."
Stephen Frink is the most published underwater photographer in the world and I had a chance to sit down with him recently for an interview. Take a listen and be sure to check out his work.
Stephen Frink Website: http://stephenfrink.com/
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As I am sure most of you know (and likely sick of hearing) I am going to the Grand Teton National Park for a couple weeks starting May 11th, 2018. While doing research on the location I ran across Steve Mattheis' YouTube Channel and then found his website.
Yep, I had to have him on the show. Luckily he agreed. This is a bonus episode so enjoy the extra!
One great way to get better at photography is to immerse your self in all of it. Take a listen as Beth and I discuss Photography Immersion as a means to improve your craft!
Sometimes our local camera club has guest speakers for the meeting. On night in particular Constance Mier spoke on her photography in Florida. She has a unique take on the landscapes and does the vast majority of her work from a canoe. This offers seldom seen views. So, after you listen to the podcast head on over to her website and Youtube Channel to see more of her work.
Where to find out more about Constance Mier
Photographing birds can be a challenging endeavor. Take a listen to the podcast and get some ideas on how to improve!
After seeing some video regarding a new bag on the market I contacted Ian Millar the founder of Shimoda Design. He agreed to come on the podcast and talk about this new bag. Take a listen and I am sure by the end you will add another bag to your closet full...
I'm not the only one with a closet full... am I?
Information on Shimoda Designs
While scouring Instagram and a few other places, such as Vero, I came across Enrico Fossati. His work is what I personally aspire too. When you look at his photographs you get the sense of another world. They look more like something from Middle Earth rather than Earth. I invited him to do an interview and he agreed.
I enjoyed the interview so much I decided to make it a Bonus Episode so everyone else could enjoy it too. Check out the Show Notes below for all the links to view the work of Mr. Fossati.
Getting sharp images seems to give some photographers a hard time. Join Beth and I as we discuss ways to help you improve your sharpness!
I found Lewis on his YouTube channel Sun Gallery Photo. His images and video are well worth your time so be sure to subscribe to his channel so you don't miss anything.
Join us as we find out more about Lewis and why he does what he does.
Sun Gallery Photos Website: http://sungalleryphoto.com/
Sun Gallery Photography YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/AmericanPhotographic
Really Right Stuff makes some of the best tripods and tripod heads in the industry. I reached out to them and they agreed to do an interview. Take a listen!
Really Right Stuff: www.reallyrightstuff.com
Our co-host Beth Ruggiero-York wrote a book called Fun in the Dark detailing night photography. This is the third in a mini series of episodes where we talk about night photography. Check it out and don't forget to listen to the first two episodes as well.
Ansel Adams once said, “Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.” This still holds true even in the digital age. The world is flooded with more images now than in its history but this doesn’t mean it’s flooded with good images. So, join the Nature Photography Show in 2018 for the Ansel Adams Challenge to produce your best 12 images.
What’s the 2018 Ansel Adams Challenge? Well, I’m glad you asked.
You can find out more information HERE.
Click HERE to find out more about the Challenge.
Our co-host Beth Ruggiero-York wrote a book called Fun in the Dark detailing night photography. This is the second in a mini series of episodes where we talk about night photography. Check it out and don't forget to listen to the first episode too.
2017 has been an amazing year for me and photography. The Nature Photography Show podcast and YouTube channel was launched in July and so far has been met with a great response. We just picked up our first sponsor with Breakthrough Photography. Well, the podcast has anyway... YouTube is still in need of subscribers!!! hint, hint, nudge, nudge, wink, wink...
The coming year is full of yet taken photographs, we just need to be there when creation decides to give us a show.
Our co-host Beth Ruggiero-York wrote a book called Fun in the Dark detailing night photography. This is the first in a mini series of episodes where we talk about night photography. If this is something you are interested in be sure to tune in!
It is Christmas time again and here is a bonus episode. In this episode we talk about some awesome things to buy the photographer in your life... even if it's you! Enjoy!!
Here is a list showing some of the items we discussed: