Episode 46. Wayne Suggs: Chasing the Light vs. Previsualization, the Magic of Wide-Angle Lenses, and Love for the Desert Southwest

Wayne Suggs on Beyond The Lens Podcast

Wayne Suggs is an immensely talented landscape photographer hailing from Las Cruces, New Mexico. Wayne captures the beauty of the Southwest United States and shares his images not only for others to enjoy, but to help increase awareness of the necessity to preserve our precious surroundings.

Wayne is a professional photography instructor with Muench Workshops and his hardcover photography book, The Color of Dreams, is an instant classic and expresses some of Wayne’s best work in print.

Topics Richard and Wayne discuss:

  • The underrated beauty of the desert
  • Strategies for exploring new photography locations
  • Chasing the light versus previsualization
  • The art and process of previsualization
  • Composition in the field
  • What’s more important? Composition or light?
  • Falling in love with your photography
  • The influences of David and Marc Muench
  • Working with wide-angle lenses
  • Post processing philosophy

And much more.

Notable Links:

Wayne Suggs Photography
Wayne Suggs Photography on Facebook
Wayne Suggs Instagram
Muench Workshops


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