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A podcast where you can learn, inspired and fall in love with photography all over again.

My goal in this podcast is to help you to find hope, purpose and happiness through photography. Whether it's to learn and progress your skill further, to hear some motivational and inspirational story or to hear other photographers passion.

The Art of Photography With Stanley Aryanto thewickedhunt

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A podcast where you can learn, inspired and fall in love with photography all over again.

My goal in this podcast is to help you to find hope, purpose and happiness through photography. Whether it's to learn and progress your skill further, to hear some motivational and inspirational story or to hear other photographers passion.

    Ep 45 - How to stop putting pressure on developing your style and let it organically cultivate by doing what you love with Kenneth LeRose

    Ep 45 - How to stop putting pressure on developing your style and let it organically cultivate by doing what you love with Kenneth LeRose

    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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    Outline:

     




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

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    What made you fall in love with landscape photography?

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

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    Doing what you love and it transpires to your style.

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

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

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

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    How he got started in astrophotography.

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    Don’t compare yourself to others, compare yourself.

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    It’s all about perspective.

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



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    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

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    Ep 44 - How Supriya Samal from Meanderquest take back her health and life when she quit her job as the bank manager and found photography

    Ep 44 - How Supriya Samal from Meanderquest take back her health and life when she quit her job as the bank manager and found photography

    Hey Wicked Hunters, 

    Welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast with Stanley Aryanto. This week we will be chatting with Supriya and how she took control of her life when she quit her position as bank manager and found photography


    Meanderquest is the handle name for all the visual work done by artist Supriya Samal. Supriya is a photographer, digital artist, generative artist, and writer. She started her journey into photography while still working as an officer in the bank. It was also the time when she got diagnosed with Clinical Depression.
     
    Hence, photography became a part of her healing process. She traveled with her partner and found a world of art outside the struggles of mind. Photography and digital art made her discover her strengths, mindset, and inner power. She also blends photography and digital art to create subtle yet meaningful abstract art. Mental Health and Art are her core focus in life.

     
    Website: https://www.meanderquest.com
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meanderquest
    Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/meanderquest
    NFTart: https://www.meanderquest.com/nft-art-work
     

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    For those of you who want to learn more about The Wicked Hunt Photography by Stanley Aryanto:

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    • 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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    Supriya Samal From Meanderquest  0:00  
    Can't go through it anymore. It's just not helping me at all. And when this my health became bad, that was the last straw for me

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  0:09  
    Hey, Wicked Hunters Welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast by Stanley Aryanto, where we share photographers journey and how they find hope, purpose and happiness through photography. And today we have someone that I've met through Instagram and we've been connected all the way through all this time. And you know, I've seen her journey since the very first time she was, you know, asking on how to capture the first Milky Way and she just kept growing. It's just such an inspiration to to see her journey through photography and how it changed her life. So today, we have Supriya Hey, Supriya, how are you today?

    Supriya Samal From Meanderquest  0:55  
    Hey, Sandy, I'm doing good. How are you doing?

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  0:59  
    I'm doing well. I'm doing well. I'm so glad that you know, you made it here. And I know you have an inspiring story behind your photography, as well as you know, behind your life. So I'd love I'd love to, for you to share that because I know that the audience cannot find a lot of inspiration from it. But you know, you we cannot connect through Instagram, right? The first message you asked me, I think clubhouse was the first one I can't remember. Yes, yeah. And then you need to see your eyes about like the Milky Way. And the next thing I know is like, you just capture this crazy Mercury shot. So that's, that's amazing. But you know, before we get there, how does the passion for photography come to you like, what makes you want to do photography in the beginning? Yes.

    Supriya Samal From Meanderquest  1:50  
    So first of all, I would like to thank you for inviting me to this podcast regarding my journey, so initially, actually, I didn't have any idea regarding photography, or whatsoever. It all started

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    Ep 43 - It’s never too late! How Grant Swinbourne continue to pursue his love and passion for photography full time even after his retirement

    Ep 43 - It’s never too late! How Grant Swinbourne continue to pursue his love and passion for photography full time even after his retirement

    Hey Wicked Hunters,

     

    I am excited to have Grant Swinbourne be part of The Wicked Hunt - The Art of Photography Podcast.

     

    Grant Swinbourne is a photographer from Sydney, Australia.  He produces fine art images from his travels around the world, including seascapes, landscapes and travel images.

     

    Grant had a camera in his hands early, starting with 110mm film Instamatic cameras migrating to an SLR in 1984.  Whilst his photography remained an interest, it was one that took a back seat to his career in IT,  until he switched to digital photography in 2004.  It’s now gradually overtaken his time and is now his full-time career.

     

    Known mostly for his beautiful seascapes & cityscapes from along the East coast of Australia, he’s also amassed a large portfolio of travel photography from many countries.  Grant has had images published in several magazines, including Viajes National Geographic, the Spanish language travel magazine for National Geographic.

     

    In 2021 he was the driving force behind the establishment of the Aussie Artists Collective (https://twitter.com/AussieArtistCol) a collaborative team bringing together over 70 Australian artists displaying their work in two virtual galleries.

    Grant now runs educational workshops around the Sydney area to help beginners and intermediate photographers to improve their skills and learn new techniques for creating artistic landscapes and seascapes.

    If you want to learn more about Grant's work, you can find it here: https://linktr.ee/grantswinbourne 

     

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    For those of you who want to learn more about The Wicked Hunt Photography by Stanley Aryanto:

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    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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    Grant Swinbourne  0:00  
    It's never too late, you know, unless you're dead. Once once you're dead, it's too late. But you know, so from my perspective, where you got to do is make sure that before you get there, get out there and do what it is that you're passionate about. Because if you're not actually doing what you're passionate about, then why you're doing it

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  0:18  

    Hey Wicked Hunters, Welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast with Stanley oriental, where we talk about artists journey and how photography have given them hope, purpose and happiness. And today we have someone from downunder grant Swinburne is that did I pronounce your last name? Correct there,

    Grant Swinbourne  0:47  
    Grant. Oh, nice. Swinburne.

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  0:48  
    Yeah, Glyndebourne? There you are? How are you? Man? It's good to have you here. I'm so glad. You know, I know. We connected through Twitter, Twitter space, and, you know, eventually to the NFT world. But it's good to be to have you here and to be able to talk about your artist journey and, you know, being able to share that with the rest of the world. Yeah, thanks

    Grant Swinbourne  1:09  
    for having me, Sam. It's great to sort of connected if not in person, virtually. But it's, it's really good and really excited to share a bit more about me.

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  1:21  
    Yeah, it's always good, isn't it to be able to see that person. I think that's why that's why we like Twitter. And a lot of us gonna move from I

    • 50 min
    Ep 42 - Yulia Denisyuk fulfilled her dream when she left her 9 to 5 & became travel photographer & writer in magazines like National Geographic

    Ep 42 - Yulia Denisyuk fulfilled her dream when she left her 9 to 5 & became travel photographer & writer in magazines like National Geographic

    Hello Wicked Hunters, 

    Welcome back to another episode of the art of photography Podcast. Today I'd like to introduce to you Yulia Denisyuk.

    Yulia Denisyuk is an award-winning travel photographer and writer who turned to travel journalism after working as a US Navy Sailor and a Fortune 500 brand manager. Yulia's work appears in National Geographic Traveller, TIME, Conde Nast Traveler, BBC Travel, Lonely Planet, and more.

    For past assignments, she’s shared a roof with nomads in Mongolia, traced the origins of Iznik tiles with artisans in Turkey, and learned the art of Imigongo with artist collectives in Rwanda. Yulia is the founder of NOMⴷD + JULES, a small-group travel company with trips to the Middle East. She’s also the founder of Travel Media Lab, a platform for women and allies in travel media, where she teaches the Introduction to Travel Journalism program and runs a membership for travel photographers and writers. Yulia frequently speaks at conferences and events and teaches various travel media topics at workshops around the world.

    She's kind enough to give those who tune in a special offer: 

    Get your free guide to publishing your travel stories here: https://travelmedialab.co/start 

     

    If you want to learn more about Yulia's work, you can find it here:

    Link to social media:

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/insearchofperfect 
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/YuliaDenisyuk_
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Insearchofperfect 

    Websites:

    travelmedialab.co - Travel Media Lab website
    yulia-denisyuk.com - Yulia’s portfolio
    nomadandjules.co - Trips to Jordan

     

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    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/ 

    • Masterclass: https://www.TheWickedHuntPhotography.com     

    • Photo print: 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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    Yulia Denisyuk  0:00  
    If I didn't really see any other way, you know, it was just and it really started getting me into this existential crisis almost because I really made it in a traditional sense of the word I had great salary at that point. I was I was a brand manager at a big corporation in the US. But I was just so unhappy inside and so miserable.

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  0:31  
    Hey, weekenders Welcome back to The Art of photography podcast, where we share our passion in photography and how photography given us purpose and happiness. And today, we have somebody who's not only a photographer, but a professional travel writer as well. Not only she has won awards on both areas, she's also been featured in many, many publications, such as national geography. She's a great artists great friend, and I can't wait to get to know her more. Hello, Yulia. How are you doing?

    Yulia Denisyuk  1:10  
    Hi, Stanley. I'm doing well. So, thank you so much for inviting me to your podcast. I'm excited to chat with you.

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt Photography  1:17  
    Yeah, I mean, you know, we've been connected for quite some times. And I think you know, I haven't really get to know somebody until either meet them or in person or have them in my in my podcast, and you know, you are you have such an interesting and incredible stories from your travels. So I couldn't wait to hear more about it. Yeah, so you know, like, I've heard this story.

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    Ep 41 - How Rachel Wood went from getting stranded in a petrol station to becoming the founder of Artverse with a mission to connect the community of art lovers and amplify artist voices

    Ep 41 - How Rachel Wood went from getting stranded in a petrol station to becoming the founder of Artverse with a mission to connect the community of art lovers and amplify artist voices

    Hello Wicked Hunters, 

    Welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast, today we have Rachel Wood with us sharing her journey and passion. 

    Ever since she quit her office job and bought a camera in 2019, she has been on a world tour of exploration and discovery as a professional photographer. Some of her favourite images were captured in uncommon places: a Paleontology dig in Argentina, a solo expedition in Mongolia, and on a journey to Antarctica.
     
    She's passionate about using her photos to advocate and raise funds for conservation and charity organizations. She also prides herself on being a patron to women in photography and BIPOC artists.



    Although you will typically find her taking photos in odd positions, I will oftentimes be spotted at the nearest food truck, trying to taste everything on the menu.



    If you want to learn more about Rachel's work, you can find it here:

    Link to social media:

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/0xWanderbitch
    Artverse website www.artverseproject.com
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/thetravelingelf

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    • Website: https://podcast.thewickedhunt.com     

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    For those of you who want to learn more about The Wicked Hunt Photography by Stanley Aryanto:

    • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewickedhunt/   

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    • Masterclass: https://www.TheWickedHuntPhotography.com     

    • Photo print: 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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    Rachel Wood  0:00  
    If I was driving in my van across the USA, I hadn't had that many sales. And I was stuck at a gas station in the middle of like Kansas or something. And I could see the gas. But I cannot even afford to fill up my tank, because I was broke. And I knew I wanted to get to my friend's place, which was in like the next state over, but I just couldn't make it there. Because I couldn't afford it. And so that's kind of like what I was like really debating on is NF T's worth it

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  0:45  
    Hey, wiki hunters, welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast, where we share photographers journey and show how photography has given us hope, purpose and happiness. And to hey, we have somebody who have given a lot to the community who have worked very hard, you know, around a project in NFV, as well as outside of NFV. And I'm just so excited to have her in, in this podcast and share not only about her successes, but also her journey and what makes her you know, the artists that she is today. Hey, Rachel, how you doing?

    Rachel Wood  1:23  
    I'm good. I'm good. Thank you so much for that great introduction. I am very happy to be here and share a little bit more about myself.

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  1:31  
    Yeah, I'm excited. You know, I've been following you for quite some time now on Twitter. And I've been seeing not only your great photography, as well as your digital art, but what you've done for the community is just incredible. So I I'm just excited to have you here. But before we get started, tell us a little bit about yourself, right? What, what make you fall in love with either photography or digital art yourself?

    Rachel Wood  2:04  
    Yeah, so that's a good question. And I think many people expect my photography journey to be a lot longer than it is. But I didn't do photography. I didn't take pictures until 2019. So that's only about three years of actually taking photographs. Of course, before I would take photographs on like, your pho

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Ep 40 - How David Fairs dig himself out of burn out to find balance in his life and sold out his NFT project on Solana

    Ep 40 - How David Fairs dig himself out of burn out to find balance in his life and sold out his NFT project on Solana

    Hey Wicked Hunters,

    I'm excited to be talking to an Australian artist who has made good wins in NFT world.

    New Light Visuals is the label for all visual work by artist David Fairs. David has been a photographer, designer, animator, cinematographer, editor, sound designer and colourist for over fifteen years. Working his way up the chain to the role of Creative Director, being on sets and in studios with some of the biggest talent and crews in Australia. 

    David now defines his art as an important escape from the stresses and anxiety of daily life. A process akin to meditation that has resonated with many and will now be the focus of his work going forward. Supporting mental health institutions and viewers to provide as much relief from the negative energies we all experience regularly. Taking time out to produce these images is as therapeutic witnessing them as it is appreciating them for the viewer. 

     

    If you want to learn more about David's work, you can find it here:

    Link to social media:

    Website - Newlightvisual.com/
    Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/newlightvisuals/ 
    Twitter - https://twitter.com/newlightvisuals/ 
    NFT Arts - https://www.newlightvisual.com/nft-art 

    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/ 

    • Masterclass: https://www.TheWickedHuntPhotography.com     

    • Photo print: 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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    David Fairs  0:00  
    So I really went 24/7 Like I was sleeping as little as I possibly could just so I could keep up. You know, when I when I get hold of something and with work, I go all in like I really do. And it's kind of to my detriment sometimes. So, in January, I burned out properly like I literally couldn't even listen to a conversation in real life

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  0:28  
    Hey, we can do is welcome back to The Art of Photography podcast, where we share artists journey, and we get to learn how they get to where they are today and find inspiration to the journey. And today we have somebody from down under. And he's very, he loves the ocean, he takes beautiful, beautiful photograph of the ocean. I know him from the NFT space, and you have a beautiful collection of that as well. So let's welcome David David, how's it going?

    David Fairs  1:03  
    Good. Thank you. How are you?

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  1:05  
    Doing? Well, I see that you have a little bit of flu there. Hopefully, it's not too bad.

    David Fairs  1:12  
    No, it's got me. I've been out for a few days. But I'm glad to be here. And I'm happy to do the podcast, we'll get through it.

    Stanley Aryanto - The Wicked Hunt  1:20  
    Yeah, you're working too hard, man, you need to take it easy. So, you know, thanks for being here. And I know we have a little bit of mismatch to, you know, to have this recording. So I'm glad to finally, you know, sit with you and make this happen. I've been following your journey in the NFC journey, as well as following your, your photography and your creative world. So it's been like an inspiration just to see that right. And that's why I want to talk with you. I want to chat with you about your journey. I know that more often than not, you know, we don't get to share our life story, but it's more about the photograph or the art.

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