1 hr 14 min

Ep 45 - How to stop putting pressure on developing your style and let it organically cultivate by doing what you love with Kenneth LeRose The Art of Photography With Stanley Aryanto

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Hey Wicked Hunters, welcome back to another episode of the podcast. 
This week we have a fellow photographer Kenneth LeRose, who put a lot of his passion into crafting one-of-a-kind photos.
Living a nomadic life since 2017, he is a full-time photographer and educator, hosting dozens of group masterclass workshops and 1-on-1 photography adventure workshops every year all over the country. For him, photography isn’t just about capturing an image. It’s a free-flowing way to express my creative side using my camera as one of the main tools. As with many tools, there is much room to grow and become more in tune with your craft.  His passion lies just as much in sharing his skills, techniques and teachings as it does in guiding students to hone their own skills and/or discover what photography means to them.
Another way he found photography inspired a creative side that he never knew was through writing. He writes poems alongside his photos which reflect the images, experiences and people along the way.

Website: https://krlphotoworkshops.com/ 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/krl_photo/ 
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/krl_photo/ 

 

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• Spotify - http://bit.ly/twhspotify  
• Apple Podcast - https://bit.ly/Theartofphotography  
• Google Podcast: https://bit.ly/TheArtOfPhotographyWithStanleyAr  
• Website: https://podcast.thewickedhunt.com     
• Tune In (Alexa) - https://bit.ly/TuneInTheArtOfPhotographyPodcastWithStanleyAr  
 
For those of you who want to learn more about The Wicked Hunt Photography by Stanley Aryanto:
• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewickedhunt/   
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewickedhunt/ 
• Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thewickedhunt/ 
• Photo prints: https://www.TheWickedHunt.com/
 
Don't forget to leave a review on the podcast if you enjoy this conversation. It would help us to get found and help to inspire other photographers. 

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Outline:
 



We don’t want to restrict ourselves when we’re putting pressure on our own style.

0:00





 
What made you fall in love with landscape photography?

9:09





 
What is your workflow in photography? What is your source of inspiration?

14:10





 
Doing what you love and it transpires to your style.

20:30





 
The biggest challenges he’s faced in his photography career.

28:59





 
Just because you’re a good photographer doesn’t necessarily mean you can market yourself.

36:37





 
How to create something different even from a place that’s so popular.

40:34





 
How he got started in astrophotography.

44:34





 
Don’t compare yourself to others, compare yourself.

53:57





 
It’s all about perspective.

1:00:14
 





What goes into the process of becoming aware of the negative in our lives.



1:07:00
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Transcription
Kenneth LeRose  0:00  We don't want to restrict ourselves when, when we're putting this pressure emphasis on creating our own style because it's going to be created by doing what you love. And other people are going to take notice of it even if you don't notice it yourself. And so when you do try to cultivate and create your own style, and you're and you're consciously doing it that's when you could find yourself in a box and you don't want to ever find yourself in this creative box because it doesn't conform with what you think your style should be or what you think that people know you know you buy so I would love to see more people not put so much pressure on on feeling like they have to develop their own style and just just let it naturally evolve
Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  0:52  Hey, Wicked hunters Welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast, with Stanley Aryanto where we share photographers journey, and we learn how they find hope, purpose and happiness through their photography. And today we have someone very special, someone who's a d

Hey Wicked Hunters, welcome back to another episode of the podcast. 
This week we have a fellow photographer Kenneth LeRose, who put a lot of his passion into crafting one-of-a-kind photos.
Living a nomadic life since 2017, he is a full-time photographer and educator, hosting dozens of group masterclass workshops and 1-on-1 photography adventure workshops every year all over the country. For him, photography isn’t just about capturing an image. It’s a free-flowing way to express my creative side using my camera as one of the main tools. As with many tools, there is much room to grow and become more in tune with your craft.  His passion lies just as much in sharing his skills, techniques and teachings as it does in guiding students to hone their own skills and/or discover what photography means to them.
Another way he found photography inspired a creative side that he never knew was through writing. He writes poems alongside his photos which reflect the images, experiences and people along the way.

Website: https://krlphotoworkshops.com/ 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/krl_photo/ 
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/krl_photo/ 

 

Other ways to listen and subscribe to the podcast:
• Spotify - http://bit.ly/twhspotify  
• Apple Podcast - https://bit.ly/Theartofphotography  
• Google Podcast: https://bit.ly/TheArtOfPhotographyWithStanleyAr  
• Website: https://podcast.thewickedhunt.com     
• Tune In (Alexa) - https://bit.ly/TuneInTheArtOfPhotographyPodcastWithStanleyAr  
 
For those of you who want to learn more about The Wicked Hunt Photography by Stanley Aryanto:
• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewickedhunt/   
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewickedhunt/ 
• Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thewickedhunt/ 
• Photo prints: https://www.TheWickedHunt.com/
 
Don't forget to leave a review on the podcast if you enjoy this conversation. It would help us to get found and help to inspire other photographers. 

----------------
Outline:
 



We don’t want to restrict ourselves when we’re putting pressure on our own style.

0:00





 
What made you fall in love with landscape photography?

9:09





 
What is your workflow in photography? What is your source of inspiration?

14:10





 
Doing what you love and it transpires to your style.

20:30





 
The biggest challenges he’s faced in his photography career.

28:59





 
Just because you’re a good photographer doesn’t necessarily mean you can market yourself.

36:37





 
How to create something different even from a place that’s so popular.

40:34





 
How he got started in astrophotography.

44:34





 
Don’t compare yourself to others, compare yourself.

53:57





 
It’s all about perspective.

1:00:14
 





What goes into the process of becoming aware of the negative in our lives.



1:07:00
--------------
Transcription
Kenneth LeRose  0:00  We don't want to restrict ourselves when, when we're putting this pressure emphasis on creating our own style because it's going to be created by doing what you love. And other people are going to take notice of it even if you don't notice it yourself. And so when you do try to cultivate and create your own style, and you're and you're consciously doing it that's when you could find yourself in a box and you don't want to ever find yourself in this creative box because it doesn't conform with what you think your style should be or what you think that people know you know you buy so I would love to see more people not put so much pressure on on feeling like they have to develop their own style and just just let it naturally evolve
Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  0:52  Hey, Wicked hunters Welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast, with Stanley Aryanto where we share photographers journey, and we learn how they find hope, purpose and happiness through their photography. And today we have someone very special, someone who's a d

1 hr 14 min