Now more than ever, post processing is a very important part of the photography workflow. In this episode Nick talks about some of his most important tips for post processing.
Photographing big surf isn’t easy, and we talk about that in this episode with photographer Rachael Talibart. In this episode we talk about safety, logistics, and post processing of some of her big wave photography which she calls "Sirens".
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In this Episode we answer questions that came in on the facebook group and Instagram
Going beyond the obvious shot is an important but hard lesson to learn, and thats what Thomas and Nick talk about in this episode.
Thomas Heaton’s website can be found here
Thomas’s Youtube channel can be found here
Nick’s tutorials, workshops and site can be found here
Show notes and images can be found here
In this episode I talk with Alex Noriega and Erin Babnik about the idea of Quality over Quantity when it comes to sharing your work on social media, and adding images to your portfolio. Alex is a highly acclaimed photographer and known for his post processing tutorials. Erin Babnik is an international educator, workshop instructor and public speaker.
Nick’s Workshops and tutorials can be found at: http://nickpagephotography.com
Erin’s website can be found at www.erinbabnik.com
Alex’s website can be found at https://www.alexnoriega.com
Miles Morgan is an amazing, inspiring landscape photographer, and when you look at his images, you cant imagine that he doesn't do this as his full time job. Miles balances life, work, family and epic landscape photography in a way many people can only dream of. In this episode we talk about the balance, and the art of making the most of a trip.
Nicks tutorials and workshops can be found HERE
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In this episode Nick talks about the importance of failure, and the roll it plays in growing as a photographer.
Workshops can be found at www.nickpagephotography.com
So many of our favorite spots are receiving an unhealthy amount of traffic, is it our fault? After my wildflowers and waterfalls workshop, I felt compelled to change my stance on sharing my locations I shoot. So many place are getting destroyed because of the amount of traffic they receive. Its a sad truth, but us photographers are part of the problem.
In this episode Nick answers question that came in from the facebook community.
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.