17 episodes

The Yellow Podcast is a place to share inspiring stories about travel, photography, content creation, social media, the environment, the life as a freelancer and much more. Sitting down with some incredibly talented souls that inspire millions of people every day and learn from their mistakes and successes. I hope to bring the community closer together by sharing experiences and inspiring everyone to become someone that makes this world a better place!

The Yellow Podcast Giulia Woergartner

    • Visual Arts
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The Yellow Podcast is a place to share inspiring stories about travel, photography, content creation, social media, the environment, the life as a freelancer and much more. Sitting down with some incredibly talented souls that inspire millions of people every day and learn from their mistakes and successes. I hope to bring the community closer together by sharing experiences and inspiring everyone to become someone that makes this world a better place!

    #17 Selling his belongings to pursue photography, moving to Iceland and the importance of rest for travel photographers with @nattesferd

    #17 Selling his belongings to pursue photography, moving to Iceland and the importance of rest for travel photographers with @nattesferd

    In this episode, I am talking to the Swedish outdoor and lifestyle photographer Niklas Söderlund @nattesferd on Instagram. We started out talking about his first photo trip to Iceland and he instantly fell in love with taking photos. After that, he sold most of his belongings and gave up his apartment to pursue his passion for photography. After moving to Iceland and working as a tattoo artist on the side, he developed his love for moody and dramatic landscapes of the north. We also talked a lot about traveling and how we often have a habit of rushing a trip and how important it is to rest to be more creative.

    • 37 min
    #16 The best gear for a travel photographer, pursue your creative calling and the timeless feel of analog photography with @danielsjensen

    #16 The best gear for a travel photographer, pursue your creative calling and the timeless feel of analog photography with @danielsjensen

    Today's guest is the danish photographer/filmmaker Daniel Jensen. We talked about the reasons he decided to pursue a creative career,  camera gear and why he loves analog photography. We got an insight into how Daniel goes about his filmmaking and much more interesting stuff around travel, freelance, and photography. Go follow @danielsjensen on IG and I am looking forward to seeing your stories and hearing your feedback! :)  #theyellowpodcast

    • 42 min
    #15 The freedom of freelancing, importance of personal projects and the role of a director of photography with @mikaberra

    #15 The freedom of freelancing, importance of personal projects and the role of a director of photography with @mikaberra

    Today's guest is a very good friend of mine, a very talented filmmaker and photographer from Sweden. His name is Mika Aberra. We had such an interesting conversation about how as a freelancer your lifestyle kind of turns into your job. The importance of creating for yourself and pursuing personal projects to be inspired and creating without any outside influences. Mika also walked us through the role of being a director of photography and how he got into shooting commercial films.

    • 45 min
    #14 Expressing emotions by merging landscapes, fashion and portrait photography with @oghalealex

    #14 Expressing emotions by merging landscapes, fashion and portrait photography with @oghalealex

    Toda's guest on the Yellow Podcast is the London based fashion, editorial and portrait photographer Oghlé Alex @oghalealex. 

    What I love so much about his work is that he combines landscape photography with portraits and fashion. His visual style is a combination of minimalism with an amazing color palette that he likes to repeat throughout the locations and outfits. It was really interesting to hear his thinking process when he approaches a commercial shoot, the gear he uses and just his general philosophy in creating his art. 

    • 36 min
    #13 The secret to good commercial work, dealing and negotiating with clients and self-improvement with @jackharding

    #13 The secret to good commercial work, dealing and negotiating with clients and self-improvement with @jackharding

    Today's guest is a brilliant photographer and a really good friend of mine the commercial and lifestyle photographer, Jack Harding. I have been looking forward to this conversation because I think Jack has a lot of knowledge in his field, he is absolutely crushing it and also has a very interesting journey as a freelance photographer. We talked about how he managed to travel the world while working a full-time job in a bank. We also touched on his approach to commercial work and automotive work as well as the importance of findings inspiration in other creative fields. Jack also left us a very positive and encouraging message on how to use the current situation of the Covid-19 outbreak to work on self-improvement and keep working hard towards your goals. 

    • 48 min
    #12 Sustainable travel, creating with intention and the carbon footprint of a traveler with @carmenhuter

    #12 Sustainable travel, creating with intention and the carbon footprint of a traveler with @carmenhuter

    Carmen Huter is a travel and outdoor photographer from Austria. We have been following each other for many years and planned this episode for quite some time now. We chatted about how to balance the passion for travel and promoting a sustainable lifestyle as well as keeping a low carbon footprint. We also touched on how the current outbreak of the COVID-19 virus is going to affect our travel plans and our viewpoint on this whole situation. Follow @carmenhuter and send her some yellow hearts! 

    • 38 min

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