Storm photography can be dramatic, epic, and deadly. Today we talk with the amazing Mike Mezeul to talk about storm photography, storm chasing and all things pertaining to staying safe out there. We touch on practical shooting tips, as well as where to go to further your weather education.
Mike on IG
Nick on IG
Often times as Landscape Photographers, Bad weather = Good photos. In this episode we talk about tips for shooting in difficult weather. Shooting in Rain, shooting in Wind, sometimes its not easy, but in this episode Nick gives important tips for coming away with gear that still functions.
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We all go through them, and I have been in probably the longest one of my photographic career. In this episode I talk about what has finally brought me out of my creative rut, in hopes that it helps some of you battle through the same less than inspired times we all sometimes face.
Here is one of the images from the trip I was happy with.
Do we grow as photographers when we travel... or when we shoot close to home? In this episode we talk about setting goals for our photography in 2021
Enter your submissions to the 2020 Storm Photo awards here!
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Today we are talking with the incredible Marc Adamus, one of the pioneers of Modern Landscape photography and the epic photograph. In this discussion we are a little all over the board talking about everything from extreme weather, creative drive and the evils of social media.
You can follow Marc on Instagram here
Here is Marc's website with tutorials and workshops
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Crazy times call for drastic measures. Who knew that over-landing and traveling during a global pandemic would have so much in common. In this episode I talk about traveling during these crazy times and tips for staying safe.
You can find the F4 roadtrip here - www.f4roadtrip.com
Nick on Instagram - @nickpagephotography
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Today we are talking with the amazing Scottish photographer Alister Benn. Alister is known for his excellent ebooks and education, teaching workshops, and most recently his excellent Youtube channel which can be found here.
Go here to find him on Instagram
Go here to find his website
Go here to check out his youtube channel
In this episode we answer listener questions that came in from the Landscape Photography Podcast Facebook group.
If your interested in Nick's Tutorials you can use the offer code THISTOOSHALLPASS at www.nickpagephotography.com
If your interested in the Out of Chicago Live event.. you can check that out at https://www.outofchicago.com/live/
Traveling with photography gear can be super stressful... so in this episode I share some of the things I have learned traveling as much as I have, and talk about what I take with me, and how to get your gear on the plane
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Recorded live at the Out of Oregon photography conference, I sit down with Ian Plant, Sean Bagshaw, Michael Shainblum and Gavin Hardcastle and take questions from the audience as well as the live youtube chatroom.
This week I am joined by one of my very favorite landscape photographers, David Thompson. Make sure you check out David's work on his website. www.davidthompsonphotography.com
you can follow David on Instagram @davidthompson
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you can find Nick's website at www.nickpagephotography.com
In this episode I answer your questions that came in on the facebook group. also this episode is available in video more, follow this link to watch this episode
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This week I sit down with the Godfather of photography Rick Sammon and talk about, among other things, his new book which can be found here, as well as shooting seascapes, and what its like chasing the dream of self employment.
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In this episode i talk about various techniques in post processing and in the field to maximize the sharpness of our photos.
This week I sit down with Mike Olbinski, amazing photographer and Timelapser from Arizona. We talk about the logistics, and safety techniques when photographing super cells and lightning.
Mikes youtube channel
Nick's Youtube Channel
This week we talk about backing up your photos and media while on the road. Here are links to some of the gear mentioned in this episode.
The facebook group
Samsung Hard drive
Portable Wacom Tablet
My main Wacom Tablet
This week I had Robert Park from Nevada Art Printers, and Mark Metternich on to talk about fine art print making. Both Robert and Mark teach print making workshops and have lot to teach on the subject of fine art print making.
you can find their workshops here
you can find Lumichrome prints here
you can find Nick's Iceland workshop here
This week I sat down over a few pints with Thomas Heaton, Gavin Hardcastle, and Adam Gibbs in a pub in the Canadian Rockies. This is a fun, meandering conversation between friends.
Gavin's Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7IC...
Thomas Heaton's Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfhW...
Adam Gibbs Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDyK...
In this week's episode I talk about my current Cold Weather Winter Gear and tips for photographing Aurora Borealis.
Link to gear mentioned in this episode:
Vallerret Photography Gloves
Cabela's Guidewear Coat
NRS waterproof socks
REI down jacket
Berghaus Men's Waterproof Overpants
Merino Wool Base bottoms
Merino Wool base layer top
Super stylish hat
Erin Babnik has lost her home and all of her possessions in the California "Camp Fire". You can donate to the Go Fund Me campaign set up in her name Here
Link to the Erin Babnik Go Fund Me ----> https://www.gofundme.com/erin-babnik039s-paradise-fire-fund