In this episode, I interview EasyDSLR photographer and teacher Ken Schultz. He’s going to share a funny story about an eloping marine biologist and he’s going to inspire us with a stunning image of Flathead Lake in a storm. We are also going to talk about how to bracket your images when you encounter tricky lighting.
In this episode I interview nature and wildlife photographer Martin Bailey. He will share a really cool story about lace looms & twisted hands and how he ended up in Japan. He will also inspire us with an amazing image dancing red-crowned cranes in the snow in Japan.
Today, we talked about surfing and how a small change has made a huge result in my life. I am going to discuss how you can apply this personal experience of change to your photography. Johnny also talked about abstract photography, dragging the shadow and the behind the scene stories from our brand new course Mastering Shutter Speed.
In today’s show, Johny and I talked about a place called Wagga Wagga. Johny photographed 800 images in 30 locations within only in 2 days in this place! Johny will share with us what to do when you’re in the same situation, how to be a more efficient photographer.
Today, my special guest is David Chemin. He’s from Canada and he started craft and vision. He’s going to share his story about the rubber chicken guy. It’s just too funny. He’s going to inspire us with his stellar sea lions photographed underwater. And he’s going to teach us all about how to embrace our creative constraints.
Today’s show I interviewed Clay Cook. He’s an amazing photographer from Louisville, Kentucky. He shares his underground rock star story with us. He inspires us with an amazing image of Albert Blaise Cattafi balancing on chairs. In the create section, we jumped into how we took these amazing pictures.
My special guest for today’s show is Andrew Gibson. He is one amazing Guy! He is an author with over 20 photography books, he lived on a cruise ship for six years and he will inspire us with an amazing image of the Forbidden City in China!
Today’s show Johny and I are going to run through my top images for 2015 and the things that I learnt last year. I put together a blog post. It was pretty difficult to choose 10 images out of the 10 countries that I traveled last year.
Johny and I will first talk about the audio format that we decided to go with. So we’re dropping the video for a little while. And we’re going audio only to test it out. It’s a little bit more sustainable for me and Johny with all the traveling and stuff that we’re doing. My studio which is my garage is flooded.