Photographer and writer Andrew S Gibson answers a few of my questions about his success, failure, influences and more. He thinks that the number one thing you can do to improve your photography, right now is “Pick a single skill that you want to improve (for example, portraiture) then learn everything you can about it and practice, practice, practice.”
Jay Patel shares the story of how he got started in photography. As his pivotal moment involves the Sol Duc waterfall in Oregon, he’s also shared 3 tips for photographing a waterfall.
World renowned nature and wildlife photographer Martin Bailey, based out of Tokyo Japan, answers some questions on photography. He and I agree on the question about the one thing people can do to improve their photography right now.
An interview with landscape photographer Jay Patel in which he discusses his biggest influence, biggest failure and what he’s most proud of. He and I both agree that gear should not limit your photography. “Your creativity should always allow you to come away with photos you’re proud of”. Read the entire interview and have a look at Jay’s stunning photography.
Last week when we launched this new site I featured Part 3 of the top articles over the last 18 months. Today is a list of the top 12 interviews I’ve done over the last year or so.
Keep in mind these are more than your usual “Tell me about yourself” interviews. I ask every guest to teach something so you can get value from watching and listening. In most of these you can get at least three really good take aways and nuggets that you can use now to help you take better photos. So be prepared to listen and learn!