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The weekly landscape photography podcast by Matt Payne. This podcast contains candid and casual conversations with some of the world's best landscape photographers. We discuss workflow, ethics, artistic vision, and share our love of the craft.
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044 - Mark Handy
4 days ago
Episode 044 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with California-based landscape photographer Mark Handy! I have been a huge fan of Mark's work ever since I learned about him through the podcast. Mark is a wildly successful photographer, having owned his own gallery in La Jolla, CA. Mark is perhaps one of the most thoughtful and interesting photographers that I have had the pleasure of speaking with on the podcast. I think you'll really enjoy this episode!
We covered some great topics this week, including:
Mark's journey into landscape photography
Ethics and digital manipulation (look for a full 45 minute conversation about this on Patreon)!
Owning his own gallery in La Jolla, CA
Shooting digital medium format (Phase One)
Selling images as limited editions of ONE
The influence of luck
Special announcements: Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going! I recently set a goal of $1,000 in monthly contributions which I will use to seed a $1,000 landscape conversation award. This will only be possible if people contribute on Patreon! We are about 25% there as of 2/14/18! THANK YOU!Additionally, we have collaborated with The League Magazine.
$50 supporters of the podcast on Patreon will get you a free subscription to The League if you sign up on Patreon between now and the end of February, 2018. The League subscription would normally cost you $50, so basically you are getting it for free while supporting the podcast!
Supporters already at the $50 level will get the subscription too!
League is an annual collectors’ compendium of unique, thoughtful photographic art comprised primarily of work from the League of Landscape Photographers. Two key principles underpin the publication: contributors espouse a mindful, ethical code of behavior in creating photographic work; and contributors wrestle with or promote dialogue about contemporary issues facing humans and the landscape.
Lastly, I am happy to announce that I'm now a
Rated 5 out of
Glad to hear Wayne talk
Matt always has the best guests, IMO.
The show always seems to have the photogs on that I want to hear from so I can;t wait for a new one.
Date published: 2017-10-06