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Episode 79: Today I sit down with landscape photographer, Kristen Ryan, to chat about:How taking photographs of her young children transitioned into her passion for landscape photographyHer deep-rooted connection to the Teton MountainsBeing responsive to the landscape rather than approaching it with a rigid structure or expectationsHow having a restrictive schedule of being a mom of four has made her be open to photographic opportunities as they comeHow her music background as a freelance harpist has influenced how she approaches the art and craft of her photographyThe value of practicing the technical side of photography when it comes fostering to the creative sideWhy she decided to offer women-only photography workshops and what they entailHow she brings a mindfulness approach to her photography and lifeHow she’s learned to get better at the ever-elusive work-life balanceAnd a whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Websites: http://www.kristenryanphotography.com/ ***Get 10% off mentoring sessions with code “OPS10”https://www.womencapturemagic.com/ Follow Kristen Ryan on:InstagramVeroKristen’s article: 4 Ingredients to Impactful Landscape PhotographyZojirushi SM-SC60AV Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Mug (affiliate link)Submit your favorite photography or outdoor tip for a special Tidbit Tuesday featuring our listeners by Sunday Oct 16, 2022 here: https://www.speakpipe.com/OutdoorPhotographyPodcast or go to https://www.outdoorphotographypodcast.com and click the “Submit a Question” button to record your voice message.  Be sure to include your photography website and/or social media handle in your recording! Full Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
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Episode 78:  In today’s quick Tidbit Tuesday, I want to turn the mic around and ask YOU a question!  :)LINKS MENTIONED:>>> Submit your favorite photography or outdoor tip for a special Tidbit Tuesday featuring our listeners by Sunday, Oct 16, 2022, here: https://www.speakpipe.com/OutdoorPhotographyPodcast or go to https://www.outdoorphotographypodcast.com and click the “Submit a Question” button to record your voice message.  Be sure to include your photography website and/or social media handle in your recording! Full Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 77: Today I sit down with nature photographer and writer, Anna Morgan, from British Columbia to chat about:Using photography as a tool to ask deeper questionsHow photography helps her to understand herself betterThe importance of observation in her approach to nature photographyThe concepts of finite and infinite play and how it applies to photography and lifeHow her intentional approach to photography helps her to pay attention and be more mindfulHer approach to creating photographs of natural abstracts and when she decides to use techniques like intentional camera movement or multiple exposuresHow to find nature all around us, even in urban areasOther ways to relate to nature and what is considered wildernessHow her masters research in conservation medicine has influenced how she approaches her photography and how she defines conservationSystems thinking in conservation, ecology, and environmentalismAnd a whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: https://www.annamorgan.ca/ ***Use coupon code “OPS10” to get 10% off purchases until the end of November 2022***Follow Anna Morgan:InstagramVeroFacebookNote: Some of the resources below may be affiliate links, meaning I receive a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you use that link to make a purchase.Recommended Reading:Finite and Infinite Games, by James CarseThe Infinite Game, by Simon SinekThe Wholeness of Nature: Goethe's Way Toward a Science of Conscious Participation in Nature, by Henri BortoftArt and Fear, by David Bayles and Ted OrlandFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 76: In today’s Tidbit Tuesday, I’m sharing four tips to help you create personally-expressive photographs.  Enjoy!LINKS MENTIONED:Join Nature Photographers Network and get 10% off with code OPS10Creative Self-Expression When Everyone’s a PhotographerAtlas of the Heart, by Dr. Bréne BrownEpisode 40: The One Thing That Will Improve Your Photography This YearCompose With ClarityFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 75: Today I sit down with Alberta, Canada-based wildlife photographer, Colleen Gara, to chat about:How her lifelong passion for the outdoors led to her path to becoming a wildlife photographerHow having created portraits of people has helped inform how to create portraits of animalsHow to connect with and capture the personality of wildlife while respecting their space and normal activitiesTips on how to minimize disturbing an animal while observing and photographing itWildlife safety considerations and tipsHow to stay warm doing photography in winterCompositional tips for photographing wildlife to help best tell a story about the animalHer favorite animal to photograph in the Canadian RockiesThe value of preparation (research), opportunity, and luck when it comes to wildlife photographyThe important role of predators in the maintenance and balance of the biodiversity and health of a regionHow to use wildlife photography to raise awareness around conservation issuesHow to get more young people involved in wildlife conservation and photographyAnd much more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: https://www.colleengaraphotography.com/ Follow Colleen Gara on:InstagramTwitterFacebookNote: Some of the resources below may be affiliate links, meaning I receive a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you use that link to make a purchase.Garmin InReach SE Satellite Communication DeviceHitching Rides With Buddha: A Journey Across Japan, by Will FergusonFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 74:  In today’s Tidbit Tuesday, I share six quick tips for photographing the upcoming fall colors.  Enjoy!LINKS MENTIONED:OPS Article: How to Photograph Stunning Fall Colors: A Complete GuideEpisode 30: Understanding Histograms, ETTR, and ETTLEpisode 38: Should You Buy Filters? Landscape Photography Filters ExplainedEpisode 62: What’s Included in RAW format files?Episode 68: Let’s Talk About Light [REMIX]Compose With Clarity Virtual WorkshopNew England Fall Color Prediction Sites:New England Today Article by Jim Salge: New England Fall Foliage | 2022 ForecastYankee Magazine: https://newengland.com/ Fall Foliage Reports and Hotlines:https://leafpeepers.com/wpleaf/ Peak Foliage Map: https://newengland.com/seasons/fall/foliage/peak-fall-foliage-map/ Product Links:Breakthrough Photography circular polarizer filterAdobe Photography Bundle (Lightroom & Photoshop, affiliate link)Full Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 73: Today I sit down with professional landscape photographer, Benjamin Williamson, to chat about:How he transitioned from being a musician and bartender to being a professional photographerThe two-way street of curiosity when it comes to creativityWhat he learned during his time as a photo editor and staff photographer at Down East MagazineBalancing photography with a family of three kids under the age of fourFeeling deeply connected with natural and man-made environments and the relationship between the twoFinding inspiration in other photographers’ work and how to integrate what you learn into your own creative visionHis approach to teaching photography and creativity in his workshopsThe value of doing photography every day (or as much as you can)How to find narratives in landscape photography while incorporating cultural stories and weatherSome tips on reading weather forecasts and eventsAnd a whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: http://www.benjaminwilliamsonphotography.com/ Follow Ben Williamson on:InstagramFacebookTwitterBen’s photograph of migrating alewives: Liquid MigrationBen’s Favorite Weather App: https://www.windy.com/Full Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 72: In today’s Tidbit Tuesday, I answer a listener question about how to approach composition when it comes to creating natural abstracts.  Enjoy!LINKS MENTIONED:Jennifer Renwick and David Kingham’s Reverence: Death Valley - A Lenswork MonographSarah Marino’s 11 Composition Lessons for Photographing Nature’s Small Scenes EbookErin Babnik’s articles on compositional patterns:Five Compositional Patterns Worth Finding in NatureFour (More) Compositional Patterns Worth Finding in NatureEpisode 13: Creative Self-Expression, Composition, and Letting Go of Expectations With Sarah MarinoEpisode 19: Visual Perception and Cultivating Creativity With Colleen MiniukEpisode 23: Creating Natural Abstracts, Slow Photography, and Photography Projects With Jennifer RenwickEpisode 34: Achieving Balance in CompositionEpisode 43: Photography as Art is a Process with Erin BabnikEpisode 51: Get Outside Your Comfort Zone With David KinghamFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 71: Today I sit down with Tennessee-based landscape photographer and educator, David Johnston, to chat about:How he got interested in photography and how and why he decided to become a professional photographerHow his current podcast, the Landscape Photography Show, differs from the first podcast he startedWhat he’s learned from his conversations on the podcast about connecting with your emotions through your photographyThe idea of “creative flow induction”The benefits of starting a YouTube channel from a business perspective and the impact he hopes to have as an educatorAdvice on how to start a YouTube channelHow to deal with internet trollsBalancing work, family, and time for his own creativityHow he manages to work two days/week so that he can spend time with his young daughterHow he repurposes long-form contentThings to consider before going full-time into photographyHis ideas around visual flow in compositionLINKS MENTIONED:Website: https://www.davidjohnstonart.com/Follow David Johnston on:InstagramYouTubeMy interview on David’s Podcast: The Landscape Photography ShowThink MediaFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 70: Today’s Tidbit Tuesday topic was inspired by one of our listeners who wanted to understand exposure better.  So if you wish to get a better grasp of the exposure settings of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO and even start photographing in manual mode, then this episode is for you.  Enjoy!LINKS MENTIONED:OPS Articles:  What is Aperture in Photography?Aperture and F-Stops ExplainedWhich Aperture Should I Use in Outdoor Photography?ISO: It’s Not What You ThinkISO: Why All the Noise?Episode 30: Understanding Histograms, ETTR, and ETTLEpisode 38: Should You Buy Filters? Landscape Photography Filters ExplainedEpisode 42: How and When to Use Exposure CompensationFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 69: Today I sit down with professional photographer and artist, Viktoria Haack, from British Columbia to chat about:Her winding journey into photographyHow photography has served as an open-ended creative outlet for herThe creative benefits of being a generalist photographerHow nature serves as the basis of all of her photography regardless of genreHow doing different genres of photography cross-pollinates her approach to compositionBalancing the expectations of clients and social media with her own creative pursuitsSome of the challenges with working with human and animal models and the value of going without a planInsights into how she creates her environmental portraitsWhat it’s like working as a brand ambassadorThe benefits of switching to a mirrorless systemAnd a whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: http://www.viktoriahaackphotography.ca/ Follow Viktoria Haack on:InstagramFacebookTwitterJack the Wolfskin on InstagramViktoria’s article on 500px: Why You Should NOT Specialize in One Type of PhotographyWim Hof MethodFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 68: Light creates everything we see - colors, contrast, shapes, lines, etc., and therefore learning how to “see” light is an essential step in creating more compelling images.  Many of our recent guests on the podcast have emphasized how important understanding and knowing light is to improve your photography.So, in this Tidbit Tuesday, I break down the different characteristics of light, how to effectively use whatever light you have, and how light shapes the mood of a scene or subject.  This is a remix of an earlier episode (episode 18) in case you missed it.LINKS MENTIONED:Episode 16: What to Photograph on Overcast, Grey Days?Episode 38: Should You Buy Filters? Photography Filters ExplainedOPS Article: ISO - It’s Not What You ThinkFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 67: Today I sit down with landscape photographer, David Thompson, to chat about:A story about the photograph that sparked his early interest in photographyHis relationship with creativityHow being naturally curious has shaped his approach to photographyThe importance of accepting failure as part of the learning processHow composing small scenes has changed how he composes grand landscapesHow to achieve visual flow with your subject, structures, and other compositional elementsHow he continues to challenge himself in his photographyHis approach to composition and how it depends on what the light is doing at the timeThe importance of midtone contrast and luminosity in the way he post-processes his photographsColor cast - how it can negatively impact color separation and how to fix itAdvice for finding your creative vision for your photographyHow to make landscape photography and the outdoors more inclusive and accessibleA whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: davidthompsonphotography.comFollow David Thompson on: InstagramFacebookFlickrMention this episode to David and get 15% off of his post-processing Skype sessions for the entire month of August 2022 @ $149 for a 2hr session.Parks Rx ProgramPark Rx AmericaDevelop a Park Prescription Program for your communityFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 66: In this special Tidbit Tuesday episode, I’m joined by landscape photographer and previous guest, Colleen Miniuk, to chat about:Different revenue options for turning your photography passion into a business or side hustleHow to research and approach new clients and/or media outletsThe most important question you can ask when working with potential clientsThe AICA-S Sales FrameworkPotential revenue sources for landscape and nature photographersImportant questions to ask yourself before taking the leapAnd many more nuggets of advice and helpful tips!LINKS MENTIONED:Colleen Miniuk’s Website: http://www.colleenminiuk.comCoaching and Mentoring with ColleenFollow Colleen on:InstagramFacebookEpisode 19: Visual Perception and Cultivating Creativity With Colleen MiniukGuerrilla Marketing, Jay Conrad Levisten (Amazon affiliate link)Full Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 65: Today I sit down with professional photographer, writer, editor, and expedition leader and instructor, Justin Black, to chat about:What it was like working with Galen Rowell at Mountain Light Photography and some of the lessons he learned from GalenHis vision behind creating Visionary Wild and the various workshop and expedition types they offerThe role visual perception plays in how we interpret compositions and how we can use it to creatively and effectively compose our imagesWhat we can learn from studying other two-dimensional forms of artThe importance of curiosity, experimentation, investigation, discovery, and reflection in one’s growth as a photographerPhotography as a practice (couldn’t agree more!)The idea of purposeful photographyHis work with the International League of Conservation Photographers and ways that photographers can work with non-profits on conservation projectsHow anticipation and awareness help with visualization and responding to nature in the momentUsing simplicity in compositions from the grand landscape to small, intimate scenesA whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Portfolio Website: http://justinblackphoto.comFollow Justin Black on:InstagramFacebookWorkshops and Travel Opportunities: http://visionarywild.com [Use coupon code OPSCHOOL5% for 5% off all Visionary Wild Workshops and Expeditions booked in 2022 - programs themselves can operate in 2022, 2023, or 2024.]Follow Visionary Wild on:InstagramFacebookJustin’s articles and episodes we discussed:Opening the Mind’s EyePhotographing With PurposeSubtracting the UniverseEpisode 40: The One Thing That Will Improve Your Photography This YearRecommended Books (Amazon affiliate links):Mountain Light, Galen RowellTrust the Process: An Artist’s Guide to Letting Go, Shawn McNiff Full Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 64: Today, we’re paying tribute to the last ten incredible guests we’ve had on the podcast.  Each of them has shared their wisdom and valuable perspectives about photography, creativity, composition, and connecting with nature.  This special Tidbit Tuesday is a compilation of their responses to the question: What does connecting with nature mean to you?  As many of you know, it’s the last question I ask in the lightning round of each interview. I find their responses touching and thought-provoking, and I hope they inspire you to consider what connecting with nature means to you, too.  Please enjoy!LISTENER WEBSITES:Elizabeth Miklavcic Egídio Leitão GUEST WEBSITES:Episode 45: John BarclayEpisode 47: Talor Stone and Ashlei PayneEpisode 49: Claude FiddlerEpisode 51: David KinghamEpisode 53: Justin TedfordEpisode 55: Cheyne WallsEpisode 57: Michael FryeEpisode 59: John PutnamEpisode 61: Sean BagshawFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 63: Today I sit down with professional nature photographer, Alyce Bender, to chat about:Early childhood experiences that led to her passion for photography as a kidHow certain skills she learned in the military have helped her with leading photography tours and how photography served as a creative outlet from the rigors of dutyWhy she continues to visit Japan for photography after having lived there for two yearsHow living a nomadic, RV-based life for about a year helped launch her photography careerTips for traveling and doing photography aloneHer approach to planning photography trips around the world and how she quickly immerses herself in a new landscapeAn interesting story about how a Google algorithm rabbit hole led her to a conservation project about Lesser prairie chickensHow being a better naturalist will improve your nature and wildlife photographyHow she approaches wildlife compositions and what her “why” is for creating photographs of wildlifeThe story behind her first wild wolf encounterAnd a whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: http://www.abenderphotography.com/ Follow Alyce Bender on:InstagramFacebookTwitterBender’s wild wolf encounter Journal of Wildlife PhotographyEpisode 7: Creating Images With Impact in Conservation Photography with Jaymi HeimbuchFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 62: Today’s Tidbit Tuesday topic was inspired by two of our listeners who submitted questions related to what kind of information is recorded in raw format files and a question regarding raw files and color spaces.  Enjoy!LINKS MENTIONED:Understanding Digital Raw Capture, Bruce FraserRendering the Print: The Art of Photography, Karl LangColor Management Overview, American Society of Media PhotographersFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 61: Today I sit down with Oregon-based landscape photographer and educator, Sean Bagshaw, to chat about:How he transitioned from teaching middle school science to being a full-time landscape photographer and photography educatorHow he analyzed his own photographs and how that helped to improve his photography early onThe importance of connecting with other photographers as part of his growth as a self-taught photographer How to translate what you connect with in the landscape into a compelling photograph and the importance of curiosityHis approach to composition and the questions he asks himself when composingThe role of shadow when it comes to being a student of lightUnderstanding the three types of pixel values: luminosity, hue, and saturationLuminosity masks and why you may choose to use them in your photo-developing processHow to know when to use different types of multiple exposure blending A whole lot more!LINKS MENTIONED:Website: http://www.outdoorexposurephoto.com/ Follow Sean Bagshaw on: YouTubeInstagramFacebookTwitter Producing Better Prints Video Tutorial with Sean Bagshaw and Zack SchnepfGet 20% off all of Sean’s video tutorials and on the TK Panel with code “outdoorexp20”Photo Cascadia website: http://www.photocascadia.com/ Sean’s photographs we discussed:“Psychedelic Dettifoss” “Lineage”Atlas of the Heart, Brené Brown (Amazon affiliate link meaning I receive a commission at no extra cost to you if you use that link to make a purchase)Full Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Episode 60: Today’s Tidbit Tuesday topic was prompted by one of our listeners, who asked a question about when to create multiple exposures of a high dynamic range scene.  I also discuss other types of multiple exposure blending used in landscape photography and why you might choose to use them.  Enjoy!LINKS MENTIONED:Episode 24: How to Expose for High Dynamic Range ScenesEpisode 30: Understanding Histograms, ETTR, and ETTLColleen Miniuk’s article: It’s All About ME (Multiple Exposures)How to Focus Stack Tutorial on the OPS YouTube ChannelSean Bagshaw’s YouTube ChannelHelicon FocusFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewSign up for the Outdoor Photography School NewsletterShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
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Gene Soboleski

wait, you're in Vermont, too????

Aug 23rd
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