Progressing as a Photographer with Joshua Cripps - LPP #20

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.
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Josh's website - www.joshuacripps.com
Nick's website - www.nickpagephotography.com
Josh's Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/JoshuaCrippsPhotography/

 

Photographing Seascapes and the Oregon Coast - LPP #19

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

Apps and gear mentioned in this episode:

Magic Seaweed

Surfline

Windy

Kimtech scientific wipes

Breakthrough Photography filters

NRS Boundary Socks

Tripod Spikes

Planning a photo trip, and travel tips for photographers - LPP #16

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.

Adventures in Nature Photography with Art Wolfe - LPP #17

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

Live Panel with Thomas Heaton, Bryan Peterson, & Erin Babnik - LPP #15

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.

Thomas Heaton's Website

Bryan Peterson's Website

Erin Babnik's Website

Nick Page's Website

Time Lapse Photography with Michael Shainblum

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.

Michael's website www.shainblumphoto.com

Nick's website www.nickpagephotography.com

Michael's instagram

Michael's Facebook

Michael's youtube

 

Achieving Ultimate Sharpness - LPP #12

In this Episode Nick talks about achieving sharpness in landscape photos. Nature photographers, more than any other genera are the most likely to be sharpness obsessed.  In this episode Nick talks about where to focus, hyper focal distance, focus stacking, shutter speed, depth of field and sharpening in post processing.

Mastering Luminosity Masks

Steve Perry's Sharpening video and actions

TK actions

Tips for new landscape photographers - LPP #11

In this episode Nick answers several questions from the Landscape Photography Podcast community.  Including, tips for new landscape photographers, how to approach a scene when the conditions don't give you want you expect.  Being more creative with your compositions.  Crazy photo trip stories from China.  And a look into Nick's background and how he got into photography in the first place.

Nick's website can be found at www.nickpagephotography.com

 

Landscape Photography Podcast - ep #10

In this episode Nick reflects back on what it was like photographing the eclipse, as well as the experience of traveling into the path of totality.  Later in the episode nick talks about "whats in my bag" as well as his favorite landscape accessories.

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Gear Mentioned in this show:

Landscape Photography Podcast - ep #5

In this episode Nick Gives his tips for Astrophotography, ranging from recommended gear, focusing tips, planning resources, as well as tips for post processing nightscapes.  At the beginning of the show he also announces his new Astrophotography Post Processing course, as well as his 2018 Palouse tours. 

Nick's Instagram

Nick's website

Nick's youtube channel

Nick's facebook page

Landscape Photography Podcast - ep#2

In this Episode, Nick has a conversation with Greg Benz about the usefulness and power of luminosity masks.  Greg is the creator of "Lumenzia" the powerful luminosity mask panel.  In the conversation they talk about what luminosity masks are, how they are used in exposure blending, as well as contrast adjustments and dodging and burning.

You can find Lumenzia and more of Greg's work here

Greg's youtube channel can be found here

Greg's facebook group "luminosity masksing" can be found here

Nick's Website can be found here

Nick's youtube channel can be found here

Nick's Instagram can be found here

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Landscape Photography Podcast - ep #1

This is the first episode of the Landscape photography podcast with Nick Page.  In this episode Nick talks about what is in store for the show moving forward, then talks with Erin Babnik about growing as an artist, and composition. 

This week's Links:

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