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Episode 52. Hanne Strager: The Killer Whale Journals and Our Love and Fear of Orcas

Hanne Strager is a Danish biologist, whale researcher, and author of the award-winning book, The Killer Whale Journals: Our Love and Fear of Orcas and A Modest Genius: The Story of Darwin’s Life and How His Ideas Changed Everything. Hanne co-founded Norway’s Andenes Whale Center and has served as the Director of Exhibitions at the Natural History Museum of Denmark.

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Episode 51. William Neill on His New Yosemite Book, Insights Into Expressive Landscape Photography, and Being a Receptor For Inspiration

William Neill is an American landscape and nature photographer, writer and teacher.  He’s been a resident of the Yosemite National Park area since 1977, and his award-winning photography has been widely published in books, magazines, calendars, posters, and his limited-edition prints. For about 30 years, William wrote a monthly column in Outdoor Photographer magazine.

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Episode 50. The Art of Branding: Lessons for Photographers on Personal Brand, Social Media, Sponsorships, and Marketing with Lexar’s Joey Lopez

In this episode, we talk branding, influencers, gaining and working with corporate sponsors, marketing, and social media with Joey Lopez, Director of Brand Marketing at Lexar. He launched the Lexar Influencer Program, working with renowned photographers and videographers to increase brand awareness.

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Episode 49. Will Burrard-Lucas, Wildlife Photographer, Inventor, Entrepreneur: Pursuit of the Black Leopard and Beyond

Will Burrard-Lucas is a British wildlife photographer, best known for innovative camera techniques and devices that allow him to capture unique perspectives on wildlife not usually seen otherwise. He’s the founder of Camtraptions, a company specializing in creative technology and photographic contraptions, including the Beetlecam and his own camera traps.

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Episode 48. Terry White: Principal Director, Creative Cloud Evangelist for Adobe Inc. on Generative AI Photo Editing and Creation

Terry White is a 27-year veteran at Adobe, Inc. He currently holds the prestigious title of Principal Director, Creative Cloud Evangelist with a focus on photography. Terry’s an award winning portrait and travel photographer who in 2016, was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame. He’s delivered live keynote presentations at Adobe MAX, Photoshop World, and gave a TED talk titled AI Is Here.

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Episode 47. Dr. Austin Gallagher, Discovery Channel’s ‘Shark Week’ Host: Eye To Eye With Monster Great Whites from the ‘Belly of the Beast’ and Shark Conservation

Dr. Austin Gallagher is an American marine biologist, researcher, explorer, author and entrepreneur. He’s best known for his extensive research on sharks and hosting and producing content for the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week programming. His shark research has taken him all across the globe on more than 50 scientific expeditions and he’s published more than 100 scientific papers.

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

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.

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Episode 45. Random Musings on Photography: Emotional Engagement, Playing to the Audience, and Creating For Yourself

In this episode, Richard talks about AI-proofing your photography as well as taking your creative work to the next level. That involves incorporating emotional engagement into your artwork, not “playing to the audience,” and learning to create for yourself, not others, in order to find your true artistic voice.

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Episode 44. On Location in Nairobi with Raabia Hawa: Founder and Executive Director of the Ulinzi Africa Foundation

Raabia Hawa abandoned a successful career in radio and TV to found the Ulinzi Africa Foundation, East Africa’s very first NGO to help Kenya rangers in their fight against wildlife poaching. Recorded in person during Richard’s recent trip to Nairobi, Raabia talks about her career, her personal and professional transformation from radio and TV personality to wildlife warrior, the evils of wildlife poaching, the dangers of working in Kenya’s Tana River Delta, trophy hunting, being underestimated and much more.

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Episode 43. Andrew McCarthy: Masterclass on All Things Astrophotography – GigaMoon, Planets, Galaxies, and ISS Transits

In this episode, I am joined by astrophotographer, Andrew McCarthy. Andrew creates stunning images of the moon, sun, distant galaxies, the International Space Station moon and sun transits, and much more. Many of his photographs have gone viral and are instantly recognizable once you visit his website, Cosmic Background.

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