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This show is for travel and landscape photographers who never stop exploring. Maybe you want to learn about a new destination, technique or style. Or you simply want to learn from other's successes and failures. We have interviews, stories, tips and techniques, and from time to time we’ll even dive into the post-production side of things.

Latitude Photography Podcast Brent Bergherm

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This show is for travel and landscape photographers who never stop exploring. Maybe you want to learn about a new destination, technique or style. Or you simply want to learn from other's successes and failures. We have interviews, stories, tips and techniques, and from time to time we’ll even dive into the post-production side of things.

    Staying safe and connected with SatPaq

    Staying safe and connected with SatPaq

    When you’re on a photoshoot and way out of cell coverage and you need help, what can you do? Maybe you just want to send a quick note home. Now there’s a device that makes it easy to communicate with loved ones, get the weather for your exact location and more. And it’s all possible even when you’re miles away from the nearest cell phone tower.

    • 53 min
    Artist in Residency with David Hunter

    Artist in Residency with David Hunter

    Our National Parks and other federally managed lands offer a great opportunity to photographers and other artists. That is, the Artists in Residency program. In this episode David Hunter and I discuss what these programs are all about, how to apply and our own applications for going to Alaska this summer.
    Links Mentioned in today’s show:
    Arts in the Parks: https://www.nps.gov/subjects/arts/air.htm
    USDA Forest Service Alaska: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r10/specialplaces/?cid=stelprd3820977
    David Hunter Website: davidhunterphoto.com
    Instagram: @photohntr
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    Become a charter member of Latitude Photography School  once it’s released. If you enroll in my Palouse Shoot-n-Print photography workshop before the school is released in late March, 2020, and you select the option that includes the online course, you’ll be enrolled in LPS as a charter member with access to everything on the site. Once LPS is officially announced as released this offer expires.
    Palouse Shoot-n-Print Photography and Printing Workshop: https://latitudephotographyschool.com/workshops/palouse-shoot-n-print-workshop/
    Sign up to be the first notified when the new Latitude Photography School is available and open for business: https://latitudephotographyschool.com
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    Lensrentals.com affiliate link: https://www.gopjn.com/t/SENJRktJT01DR09OS0lLQ0dLT0tGTg
    Use this link AND the code "latitude15" the next time you need to rent gear. I'll get a small percentage and you'll get 15% off.
    ThinkTank Photo affiliate link: http://bit.ly/2IMRhOT
    Need to carry your gear in style? Treat yourself to a ThinkTank Photo bag with the link and get a free gift at checkout.
    Main Topic
    Today I’m talking with David Hunter about Artist in the Park Residencies, David, Welcome to the show:
    Getting to know you a bit, tell us about you and your photography Artist in the park Residency, what is it?  Who should apply, what qualifies someone for this experience? Any advice for which ones to go for when it’s your first time? What turns them off from an applicant? They require outreach/informational programs from the applicant after they return home (and some while on site). What types are they looking for? Do they look for a different type of art medium from year to year, or is there other criteria for making the selections? Should the applicant be familiar with the location at all? Either with previous visits or research, or??? Where have you been selected to be an artist in the park? Tip of the Week.
    Brent: Practice the principle of Continuity. Think about something that is joined with other things that makes a larger item, such as the rungs on a ladder. When we see that we don’t think, “there’s a rung” we say “there’s a ladder.” So push yourself, what other items can you find and create a photograph of that is built on the individual elements but is part of a larger whole.
    David: I’ve discovered Nigel Dantzen. A lot like Thomas Heaton. Something he does is to do his own printing. I don’t have the time. But he will print out his images and then physically mark them up and note what he can improve upon in those images. 

    • 1h 36 min
    Photo Therapy with Rick Sammon

    Photo Therapy with Rick Sammon

    Today's conversation takes us deep into personal territory, we seek to help you define and understand what will make you a better photographer, and maybe a bit more well rounded too. :)
    Links Mentioned in today’s show:
    Create Photography Retreat
    Rick’s Book
    Rick's Website: https://ricksammon.com
    Richard Bernabe Episode: http://www.latitudephotographypodcast.com/episode/the-creative-principle/
    Emotional Intelligence 2.0: https://amzn.to/2SxwioL
    Real Magic: https://amzn.to/2Swi1Zn
    The Artists Way: https://amzn.to/2OWsr26
    Wildlife Photography by Richard Bernabe: https://amzn.to/37yVTl8
    On Photography by Susan Songag: https://amzn.to/2Huf4SE
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    Palouse Shoot-n-Print Photography and Printing Workshop: https://latitudephotographyschool.com/workshops/palouse-shoot-n-print-workshop/
    Sign up to be the first notified when the new Latitude Photography School is available and open for business: https://latitudephotographyschool.com
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    Lensrentals.com affiliate link: https://www.gopjn.com/t/SENJRktJT01DR09OS0lLQ0dLT0tGTg
    Use this link AND the code "latitude15" the next time you need to rent gear. I'll get a small percentage and you'll get 15% off.
    ThinkTank Photo affiliate link: http://bit.ly/2IMRhOT
    Need to carry your gear in style? Treat yourself to a ThinkTank Photo bag with the link and get a free gift at checkout
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    Today I’m talking with Rick Sammon about some items found in his most recent book, Photo Therapy, Motivation and Wisdom. Rick, welcome to the show
    Let’s start with this idea of “Emotional Intelligence.” What is that all about? In the book you cover some of the basics about your early career as a photographer. Let’s start there, you were working for an ad agency and… Chapter 3, Photography can improve your health and sense of well-being. You quote your friend Richard Bernabe, who was on the show back in late November, 2018. He says, “For me, the very act of walking through a forest, desert, or a beach with my camera, regardless if I take a photo or not, is a form of mindfulness. I’m not ruminating on the past or worried about what I need to do tomorrow or next week.”
    Let’s unpack that a little bit, the first time I “realized” this deeply was in shooting Tunnel Falls in the Columbia River Gorge…  Chapter 4, Getting in Touch with Nature. From the chapter, “Thinking about how fast time goes by is also an escape from our normal reality that gives us an appreciation for how fast time passes, which, I think, gives us a better appreciation for life, which in turn can make us better people. Again, photo therapy at work.” Chapter 6, Creating your Own Reality. From the chapter, “We need to envision how a three-dimensional scene will look as a two-dimensional image, how light will be captured by our cameras, which is different than how our eyes see light—highlights and shadows.”
    “I shoot with feeling, I shoot with passion. I show respect. Above all, I shoot for myself.” Chapter 7. Looking vs. Seeing. Let’s talk about your “One-Picture Promise.” Listener questions:
    Nick Dag asks, “What key changes/developments in technology have had the greatest impact on your journey through photography and how did these alter your path?
    Jeremy Lanthorn asks, “In a world where we’re told to specialize, how do you continue to be successful in ‘specializing in not specializing?’”
    If we haven’t covered it already, Kirk Keyes wants to hear more about what lead you to the decision to create a photography book without any photos between the covers.
    Kirk also wants to know if you plan to put more music lessons on your YouTube Channel. And what’s your take on music and photography, would learning music add to the photographic experience and creativity?
    Drake Dyck asks, “How did you decide to write your first book and has

    • 1h 13 min
    Patagonia and Pentax with Matt Bishop

    Patagonia and Pentax with Matt Bishop

    Links Mentioned in today’s show:

    Matt’s Website: https://www.mattbishopphotography.com/


    PALOUSE Shoot-n-Print Workshop Details: https://latitudephotographyschool.com/workshops/palouse-shoot-n-print-workshop/


    Use this link AND the code "latitude15" the next time you need to rent gear. I'll get a small percentage and you'll get 15% off. Lensrentals.com affiliate link: https://www.gopjn.com/t/SENJRktJT01DR09OS0lLQ0dLT0tGTg


    Need to carry your gear in style? Treat yourself to a ThinkTank Photo bag with this link and get a free gift at checkout: http://bit.ly/2IMRhOT


    Sign up to be the first notified when the new Latitude Photography School is available and open for business: https://latitudephotographyschool.com


    Main Topic.

    Today I’m talking with Matt Bishop, Matt, welcome to the show!


    A little about yourself Pentax announcements Your Pentax gear Patagonia

    Tip of the Week.

    Brent: Find a place near you that’s not over crowded with photographers and find something special there. Share it if you want, or keep it to yourself. But the challenge is to find the beauty in an unknown area near you.


    Matt: The mountain isn’t going to move. Slow down and find something that moves you into the landscape.

    • 1h 4 min
    This amazing planet of ours with Aaron Nace

    This amazing planet of ours with Aaron Nace

    I just love being able to talk with someone and getting to know a bit more about what makes them tick as a person and a photographer…


    This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 67 for February 9, 2020!




    Links Mentioned in today’s show:

    PHLEARN Links
    https://www.facebook.com/Phlearn


    https://www.instagram.com/phlearn


    https://www.youtube.com/phlearn


    https://phlearn.com and use discount code latitude20 for 20% off the annual subscription.


    Use this link AND the code "latitude15" the next time you need to rent gear. I'll get a small percentage and you'll get 15% off.


    Lensrentals.com affiliate link: https://www.gopjn.com/t/SENJRktJT01DR09OS0lLQ0dLT0tGTg


    Need to carry your gear in style? Treat yourself to a ThinkTank Photo bag with this link and get a free gift at checkout: http://bit.ly/2IMRhOT


    Sign up to be the first notified when the new Latitude Photography School is available and open for business: https://latitudephotographyschool.com


    Main Topic.

    Today I’m talking with Aaron Nace of Phlearn, Aaron, welcome to the show.


    Our Topics of discussion


    Getting your start in photography Your interests in travel destinations. What are three destinations you really enjoyed visiting and photographing? The early days of PHLEARN and what it’s grown into today.

    • 1h 7 min
    Satisfying a Photographer’s Curiosity with Ben Horne

    Satisfying a Photographer’s Curiosity with Ben Horne

    Large format photography is often seen as cumbersome, slow, and way to expensive for most budgets. And my conversation with Ben Horne pretty much confirms that. But we also learn what makes it special and why, at least for Ben, it’s the only way to experience photography.


    This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 66 for January 26, 2020!




    Links Mentioned in today’s show:

    https://benhorne.com


    https://www.instagram.com/benhornephoto/


    https://www.youtube.com/c/benhorne


    Garmin InReach Mini Satellite Communicator: https://amzn.to/3anDc6I


    PALOUSE SHOOT-N-PRINT workshop: https://latitudephotographyschool.com/workshops/palouse-shoot-n-print-workshop/


    Use this link AND the code "latitude15" the next time you need to rent gear. I'll get a small percentage and you'll get 15% off. Lensrentals.com affiliate link: https://www.gopjn.com/t/SENJRktJT01DR09OS0lLQ0dLT0tGTg


    Need to carry your gear in style? Treat yourself to a ThinkTank Photo bag with this link and get a free gift at checkout: http://bit.ly/2IMRhOT


    Sign up to be the first notified when the new Latitude Photography School is available and open for business: https://latitudephotographyschool.com


    Main Topic.

    Today I have a special guest. Ben Horne. Ben, Welcome to the show:


    Describe a bit of you as a photographer. Hour history as a photographer, and how you describe yourself today. Your YouTube channel. Massively good at telling a good story. Do you write everything before hand or just plan it out in your head and otherwise wing it? Working with Large Format,  your camera seems to be very compact, it folds down quite flat. Talk about your camera a bit. Tilting, rising, falling, plane of focus etc. Do you ever shoot 4x5? Do you ever scan your films? Talk a bit about the shooting process and what speaks to you about large format? How many frames do you usually shoot each day? Attributes needed for the landscape photographer? (Patience, anything else?) Staying safe out in the wilderness. And your satellite messenger device… You say “I don’t know how it’s going to turn out” a few times in your videos. What do you mean by that? Surely you have an idea of some sort. In shooting film, there’s this thing called reciprocity failure. Let’s talk about that a bit. Where to next?

    Tip of the Week.

    Brent: Choose a moving subject and capture it in multiple shutter speeds. How does your intent for the photograph change as the subject becomes sharper or more blurry?


    Ben: Something very, very, very simple. Things can be overwhelming at times. What I’ve learned to do, hike 30–50 ft, look around, go a little further, and look around again. Stop, look around, take in everything, and you’ll probably notice something that was hidden in plain sight.

    • 55 min

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