Photography

Episode 59. Rick Sammon: Lessons from a Legend on Professional Smartphone Photography

Rick Sammon is an American photographer of many decades. He’s a tireless, prolific and inspirational image-maker and one of the the most active photographers working today. He divides his time between creating images, leading photo workshops, making personal appearances, and writing books – always educating, creating and inspiring people. He’s also incorporated smartphone photography into his professional work, which is the primary topic of the conversation.

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Episode 57. John Stanmeyer: National Geographic Photographer on the Power of ‘I Don’t Know’ and the Beginner’s Mind, Putting Down the Camera, and Perfect Travel Coffee

John Stanmeyer is an award-winning photographer, filmmaker, and educator, dedicated to social, humanitarian, and political issues that define our times. For more than than 20 years, John has worked nearly exclusively with National Geographic Magazine, producing more than 18 stories, resulting in more than 14 covers. Between the years of 1998 and 2008, John was a contract photographer for TIME magazine. His years with TIME resulted in 18 cover images and 100-plus stories.

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Episode 55. Mike Olbinksi: Storm Chasing Photographer and Cinematographer on Tornado Encounters, Haboobs, Supercells, and Risk Taking

Mike Olbinski is a Phoenix, Arizona-based storm chasing and extreme weather photographer and cinematographer. His passion is capturing extreme weather events like tornados, haboobs, supercells, and lightning events on camera and stunning cinematic time lapse videos.

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Episode 54. Matt Payne: Richard and Matt’s Wild Ride Across The Drake Passage

This episode was recorded with my friend, Matt Payne as we made a wild crossing of the Drake Passage last month. We were returning to Ushuaia, Argentina after a 21-day voyage to Antarctica where we encountered amazing scenery and wildlife, including the “impossible” emperor penguin on ice flows in the Weddell Sea. Matt Payne is a mountain climber and fine art nature and landscape photographer living in Durango, Colorado, as well as a fellow Muench Workshops pro.

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Episode 53. Ami Vitale: National Geographic Photographer on Seeing with the Heart, Panda Love, and Authentic Storytelling

Ami Vitale is a National Geographic photographer, Nikon Ambassador, writer, speaker and documentary filmmaker. She’s a traveler to more than 100 countries and the recipient of numerous awards for her photography, including Magazine Photographer & International Photographer of the Year, the Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding Reporting, and a six-time award recipient from World Press Photos.

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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 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 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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