This week we talk with Sean Bagshaw about post processing workflows as well as Digital Asset Management. Sean is known for his post processing educational videos and for his contributions to the Photo Cascadia blog.
This week with talk with photographer Ben Horne. Ben is know for two things, Large Format photography, and his youtube channel where he chronicles his journeys. I have been a huge Ben Horne fan for a while now, and in this episode we talk about the gear and process of modern film photography.
Ben's Website can be found here www.benhorne.com
Nick's website, tutorials and workshops can be found here www.nickpagephotography.com
This week we have a filter discussion. In the first part of the episode Nick talks about various filters, the pros, cons and use cases for each. Filters mentioned in this episode can be purchased HERE
Nick then goes on to talk about various accessories he loves including the 3" desmond spikes, NRS boundary socks, Mindshift Filter Hive, and his new bag, the Shimoda 40L bag.
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In this episode we talk with Matt Payne the host of Fstop Collaborate and Listen. We talk about the challenge of packing camera gear on backpacking and mountain climbing trips. We talk allot about recommended ways of saving weight, and different gear that can help with that purpose.
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Having a group of friends that keeps you shooting can be one of the strongest forces in progressing as a photographer. David Thompson, Miles Morgan, and Ryan Dyar are not not only great friends, but they are three of the best photographers in the United States. Their friendship has kept them driven, progressing, and as a result they have all became better photographers as a result of their friendship.
This week I am talking with old friends Brent Bergherm and Brian McGukin about Traveling light cheap, and safe. They are both the co-hosts of the podcast "Latitude" which appears once a month on the Improve Photography Network.
This week Nick talks with Mads Peter Iversen. Mads youtube channel is one of the best new photography channels filled with travel log's and inspiration. Make sure you check out both his instagram feed and Youtube channel.
Nick also announces the creation of his Patreon page where there will be extra podcast interviews, vlog content. Image critiques and post processing videos. you can find the page at http://patreon.com/nickpagephotography
In this episode Nick starts by reflecting on what made photographing Kauai so amazing, as well as the terrible tripod condition that followed. In the second part of the episode Nick answers questions that came from the Facebook Group.
The Helicopter tour company can be found here: http://www.helicopters-kauai.com/
Tutorials and workshops can be found here http://www.nickpagephotography.com
In this episode I talk about how sometimes it is better to invest in experiences and inspiration, rather than that next camera body. I also talk about some of the photographers and educators that have inspired me throughout the last few years.
My Icelandic Winter Adventure 2018 workshop can be found here!
Photographers mentioned in this episode.
Thomas heaton - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfhW...
Greg Benz - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqg4
Jimmy Macintyre - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnUO
Steve Arnold - https://www.youtube.com/user/Seascape
Ryan Dyar - www.ryandyar.com
Sean Bagshaw - http://www.outdoorexposurephoto.com/
Alex Noriega - www.alexnoriega.com
Enrico Fossati - http://www.enricofossati.it/
Daniel Kordan - https://danielkordantutorials.com/
Erin Babnik - www.erinbabnik.com
Marc Adamus - www.marcadamus.com
Michael Shainblum - www.shainblumphoto.com
In this episode I talk with Joshua Cripps about the good bad and ugly of the natural progression as a creative, and as a photographer. Growth isn't always measured in the amount of places we have visited, or the number of followers we have on social media.
Sign up for the Moab conference at www.outofchicago.com/moab and use the promo code PAGE250 to get $250 off.
Seascapes are probably my favorite genera of landscape photography. I love photographing moving water. In this episode i talk about how important shutterspeed is, useful apps, as well as useful gear when photographing around the ocean.
You can sign up for workshops at www.nickpagephotography.com
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In this episode Nick talks about tips for planning a photo trip, as well as some general travel tips for photographers.
Planning around season indicators, and using social media tags and metadata to find out when those seasonal happenings might occur can be very useful. In this episode Nick also talks about staying flexible with plans.. backup camera bodies.. showering with your tripod... and taking gear that makes sense rather than ever lens you own.
Art Wolfe is one of the most well known names in photography of our generation. Art's photography in nature, culture, and wildlife are some of the most important and influential work of the past 50 years. In this episode I talk with Art about his newest book "earth is my witness". We also talk about staying current with technology, staying inspired and motivated, and the sacrifices needed to create work at the highest level.
Art's website can be found here
The book can be purchased here
Nick's website can be found here
Mark Metternich is one of the most well known photographers in the United states. he is well known for his extensive knowledge about image sharpening and print quality. I this episode we dive deep into what it takes to create quality master prints.
This is a Live Panel discussion recorded at the out of Acadia conference. We talk about creative block, inspiration, scariest moments in the field, and reoccurring tips and themes while teaching during the Acadia workshops.
In this episode Nick recaps his recent Iceland workshop. Before the workshop as well as after Nick was able to chase Aurora and photograph epic Northern Light action. Things covered in this episode, following weather, dealing with wet conditions, tips for photographing aurora.
In this episode I talk with Michael Shainblum about time lapse. Michael is one of the top photographers in the world and for good reason. In this episode we talk about the gear he uses, techiniques for day to night transitions, and lots more.