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Lens & Landscape Photography Podcast
33 minutes | Feb 12, 2017
EP 25 - Art in Nature Photography with Floris Van Breugel
Floris van Breugel is a postdoctoral researcher in Neuroethology / Neuroecology (the study of the neural basis for ecologically relevant behavior) at the California Institute of Technology. He is also passionate about exploring nature, and sharing his unique perspective through photography with the aim of inspiring viewers to learn more about the natural world.
46 minutes | Jan 8, 2017
EP 24 - Vancouver's Adam Gibbs
Adam Gibbs is a professional nature and landscape photographer from Vancouver, British Columbia. Adams' work is widely published in magazines and calendars. Adam also leads workshops through his company Quiet Light Photography Adventures.
37 minutes | Dec 11, 2016
EP 23 - Rocky Mountain High: Erik Stensland
Erik Stensland lives and works in Colorado's Rocky Mountains, where he operates a gallery in the town of Estes Park. He also has mini-galleries in Grand Lake, Colorado, at the Trail Ridge Store in Rocky Mountain National Park and outside ofAbiquiu, New Mexico. You can check out the show notes for this episode by visiting the Lens & Landscape website here.
36 minutes | Nov 27, 2016
EP 22 - Israel's Erez Marom
Based in Horom, Israel, Erez leads photography workshops to exotic locations including Iceland, Greenland, Namibia, The Faroe Islands, Patagonia, and the Lofoten Islands. Before discovering his passion for travel and photography he worked as a math lecturer at Tel Aviv University. You can check out the show notes for this episode by visiting the Lens & Landscape website here.
37 minutes | Nov 13, 2016
EP 21 - Liz Carmel and the Carmel Galleries
Liz lives in California with her husband and photographer Olof. The pair own and operate two Carmel Galleries located in the historic downtowns of both Truckee and Calistoga in Northern California. Liz is also the author of two books and a contributor to Outdoor Photographer Magazine. You can check out the show notes for this episode by visiting the Lens & Landscape website here.
51 minutes | Oct 30, 2016
EP 20 - The Sierra Nevada's Joshua Cripps
Joshua Cripps went from designing satellites to becoming a full time professional landscape and nature photographer. In addition to leading workshops, Josh also develops video courses, ebooks and more. He is the official Nikon D750 Photographer and lives in California. If you are enjoying the podcast I'd appreciate you leaving a review in iTunes!
37 minutes | Oct 16, 2016
EP 19 - Get Inspired with Michael Shainblum
Michael Shainblum is a San Francisco based photographer/filmmaker. His work consists of Fine Art Landscape Photography, Aerial Photography, Aerial Filmmaking, Travel/ Adventure Photography and Commercial Timelapse Photography. He has worked with clients like Nike, Samsung, Verizon, Disney, BMW, Google and many more. His work has been published by National Geographic, Wired Magazine, Huffington Post and The Weather Channel. Your feedback is important! Send an email to email@example.com with any comments on the episode or the podcast in general. If you are enjoying the podcast - kindly head over to iTunes and leave a review.
27 minutes | Oct 2, 2016
EP 18 - Lensbaby Guru Kathleen Clemons
Kathleen Clemons is a New England based professional photographer, living on the beautiful coast of Maine. She is known for her creative use of natural light and unique, stunning compositions. She has a passion for making photographs, and loves to teach others how to improve their photography skills. Her work is represented worldwide by Corbis and Getty Images. Your feedback is important! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments on the episode or the podcast in general. *If you are enjoying the podcast - kindly head over to iTunes and leave a review!
42 minutes | Sep 18, 2016
EP 17 - A rising star in the UK Landscape Photography community
Greg Whitton is a UK based Fine Art Landscape Photographer specializing in mountainous imagery but delving occasionally into other disciplines like Adventure and Travel Photography. He has quickly established himself as a respected member of the Landscape Photography community in the UK and is gradually gaining recognition overseas. In 2015 he won the internationally recognized Outdoor Photographer of the Year which led to publication of his first book, 'Mountainscape' (published by Triplekite in the UK). Your feedback is important! Send an email to email@example.com with any comments on the episode or the podcast in general. If you are enjoying the podcast kindly head over to iTunes and leave a review.
39 minutes | Sep 4, 2016
EP 16 - The Making of Landscape Photography Magazine
Landscape Photography Magazine is the creation of Scotland's Dimitri Vasileiou. Dimitri talks about how and why he started the magazine and what goes in to making it tick. Your feedback is important! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments on the episode or the podcast in general. If you are enjoying the podcast kindly head over to iTunes and leave a review!
31 minutes | Aug 21, 2016
EP 15 - Seeing The Landscape In Black & White
Steve is a professional photographer who specializes in producing creative & contemporary landscape images. His 'signature' style is moody, atmospheric and minimalist black & white photographs. Steve's images have been published internationally as posters & greetings cards and have appeared in advertisements, books, magazines, newspapers & calendars across the world. Prints of his work have been exhibited in venues throughout the UK and have appeared on sets for both theater and film productions. His work has also won awards in both national and international competitions. Steve is an Olympus 'Visionary' and an Ambassador for Manfrotto/Gitzo tripods. The show notes for this episode can be found at lensandlandscape.net/15
29 minutes | Aug 7, 2016
EP 14 - Escaping the Box and Creative Interpretations
Michéla Griffith of England has had her work featured in a number of magazines including On Landscape, Cameracraft, Artsbeat, Staffordshire Life, The Derbyshire Magazine, Derbyshire Life, and Pure Buxton. Michéla draws inspiration from the landscapes of the Upper Dove & Manifold Valleys around her home in the Peak District National Park, close to the Derbyshire - Staffordshire border, as well as from occasional visits further afield. She prefers to explore small areas on foot and to make repeat visits.
34 minutes | Jul 24, 2016
EP 13 - Of Magic Spots and Desert Cathedrals
James is a regular contributor to Outdoor Photographer Magazine and has served as one of their professional advisors for more than 25 years. His work has been featured in the Nikon Legends Collection. His photographs have been published in a wide variety of magazines including Nikon World, Los Angeles Times, Arizona Highways, Sunset, National Geographic Adventure, and Time. A short list of his commercial clients would include The New Zealand Tourism Board; VF Corp; American Express; Sundance Institute; Nikon USA; Visa; and The Nature Conservancy. His landscape images has been displayed in the Utah Museum of Art & History, the Natural History Museum of Utah, and in the US Capitol Rotunda in an exhibit advocating wilderness protection for Utah's Colorado Plateau region. His recent book, Resurrection Glen Canyon, published by Mountaineers Books, showcases his ongoing project to document the legendary canyons of Glen Canyon as they have emerged from the waters of Lake Powell due to the ongoing drought in the American Southwest.
37 minutes | Jul 10, 2016
EP 12 - Seeing the Unseen
Professional landscape photographer Alister Benn was born and raised in Scotland and grew up with a profound interest and respect for the natural world and environment.He lives on Isle of Skye with his wife Juanli, where they conduct private one to one workshops and overseas photo trips to Iceland, Everest and Spain
34 minutes | Jun 26, 2016
EP 11 - Inspired by the (anti) Ansel Adams
Inspired by Minor White's Zen-like approach to photography, Alan Majchrowicz is a talented pro nature photographer from Bellingham, Washington. Alan earns his living primarily from the licensing of his images for stock, commercial, and editorial use. He has a large collection of images from the Pacific northwest, the southwestern US, and beyond.
42 minutes | Jun 12, 2016
EP 10 - The Story of the Photographer’s Ephemeris
The Photographer's Ephemeris (TPE) is a software application used to help plan outdoor photography shoots. It is described as a "map-centric sun and moon calculator". Stephen Trainor is the creator of TPE, who, along with his wife Alice, run the day to day business of TPE from their home in Boulder, Colorado.
24 minutes | May 29, 2016
EP 09 - Life as a Landscape Photography Nomad
David Kingham lives and travels full time around the American West, pursuing his passion for landscape photography from his van (nicknamed 'Bertha') and trailer. He exchanged a conventional lifestyle and career in architecture for the unknown path of a traveling landscape photographer, eventually creating a niche for himself leading photography tours and workshops.
32 minutes | May 15, 2016
EP 08 - Profile of a Master Printer
Richard Jackson is a printer residing in Flagstaff, AZ. Over his 40 year career he has worked with some of the world's leading photographers to produce the perfect print. He has also collaborated on projects with the Getty Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
42 minutes | May 1, 2016
EP 07 - A Scientific Approach to Landscape Photography
Glenn Randall has been a full-time photographer and writer specializing in the outdoors for 32 years. He has had over 1,000 photographs published, including 67 covers, and sold over 10,000 prints of his landscape images. He's also authored nine books and 200 magazine articles. Glenn is a regular contributor to Outdoor Photographer and is also a sought-after workshop instructor.
46 minutes | Apr 17, 2016
EP 06 - Behind the Scenes with a Macro Photography Pro
Mike Moats is an award winning, professional Macro Photographer from Sterling Heights, Michigan. He started shooting as a hobby in 2001 and it quickly grew into a full-time business. Mike has had articles and images published in Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Natures Best Magazine, PC Photo Magazine, Nature Photographer Magazine, Photolife, Whisper In The Woods, Michigan Game Finder, NANPA’s Expressions Books, Pure Michigan Book and the Fujifilm Newsletter. He also teaches macro "boot camps" and workshops.
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