This week we’re joined by Steve Simon, who just released a revised and remastered edition of his book, The Passionate Photographer. After Steve kicks off the show by turning the tables on Chris, the discussion turns to the ever-evolving business of photography and how The Passionate Photographer fine tunes his skill set. Steve touches on [...]
Urban Explorer Alanna St. Laurent joins Chris to discuss her favorite places to photograph in Chicago and Detroit, and specific vantage points she likes to pursue. She also shares tips on safely roaming the streets of these cities, and what kind of gear she takes into the field. A self-taught photographer who has found success […]
Chris heads to Menorca, Spain for PhotoPills Camp 2019 and chats with landscape and timelapse photographer Michael Shainblum. Considered by Chris to be the best timelapse photographer in the world, Michael shares timelapse photography tips, the differences between landscape and timelapse composition, how he uses Google Earth to find new places [...]
On this episode of F8 | The Photographer’s Perspective (new name!), Chris is joined by landscape photographers Rick and Susan Sammon, who discuss their new book, “The Oregon Coast Photo Road Trip,” all about points of interest and how to shoot the area. Rick will be a featured instructor at Out of Oregon this October. […]
Floral photographer Jackie Kramer, who’ll be at our Out of Longwood conference this August, joins Chris to discuss the secrets behind her creativity, including how she shoots her own textures. Jackie also shares her favorite gardens up and down the eastern seaboard, her favorite equipment (she’s all Canon), and the one tool every [...]
Chris heads to Yosemite to talk with landscape photographer Michael Frye, who shares his best tips on photographing one of America’s National Parks (it isn’t all about sunrise and sunset). Michael also shares his favorite Yosemite locations to shoot, and how to follow your passion rather than trying to compete with others or copying [...]
Chris talks with fine art architecture photographer Angie McMonigal about her favorite buildings to shoot in Chicago, which cities are on her wishlist, and how conference photo walks help participants improve their skillset. Plus, is there a right amount of time to be spending at a location?
Chris talks with landscape photographer Erin Babnik to talk technique and answer your questions. We discuss what it’s like being a woman out in the field, meeting fellow female photographers, her workshops around the world, color theory, her favorite landscape photographers, and if social media is negatively affecting creativity and natural [...]
I got together with the Out of Chicago team after our trip to the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica. In this podcast we tell you all about the conference that we’re putting together for you in July. This is a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife photography adventure!
I interviewed each one of the instructors at Mike Moats Macro Conference to try to get a nugget of wisdom from each one of them. I put all of these interviews together in one podcast which you can listed to right here. To follow Mike Moats and to find out more about the 2019 Macro […]