Backpacker and outdoor photographer Sean Bagshaw shares his images and thoughts on success, failure and biggest influence on his craft. He as well agrees that a key to becoming a better photographer right now is to “Get out and photograph a lot and have fun!” Seems to be a common theme.
Don Komarechka is a nature, macro and landscape photographer probably best known for his macro photography of snowflakes and iconic Canadian flag image composed of maple leafs laid out on snow. Don answers some questions including what influenced his photography, his biggest failure and his greatest success.
In this installment of the photographer interview series we’re talking with Scott Wyden. Scott Wyden is a photographer, blogger, author and educator from New Jersey, USA. He has over 10 years experience photographing portraits, landscapes and businesses. slow down and stop thinking like digital photography doesn’t cost you anything. Force yourself touse a tripod all…
Renee Robyn is a fire breathing locksmith, former model turned photographer and Incredibly talented digital artist. I’ve worked with Robyn personally as she modeled for me during a shoot at a train museum and has become a good friend. She takes a few minutes to share with us her successes, failures and inspirations as well as a tip on how to improve your photography right now. Have a look at her stunning work.
Seattle photographer Nicole Young’s advice for what you can do right now to become a better photographer is to “Stop reading and get out with your camera! Make some beautiful photographs, and then make some more.” In this episode of our photographer interview series, Nicole shares her favorite image along with a few more as well as her thoughts on success, failure and what she’d do if she could start all over again.