There has never been a better time to tell your story. The gear is readily available and 1 can reach millions thanks to the social web. In this podcast, I explore the mindset, the gear and the tools you need in order to use visual storytelling as a way to express yourself, communicate with others and use it as a source of inspiration in your life.
How Slowing Down Your Photography Can Change Your Creative Life
In a world where everything needs to be delivered faster (thanks Amazon ;-) I explore the power of slowing your photography down to recharge, connect with the elements and how it can inspire you to find more purpose in your creativity.
How to Fuel Your Passion, Interview with Tomash, founder and Chief Curator of Fujilove and Frames Magazine
In this episode, I have the honour to chat with one of the most active humans in the photography community: TOMASH. We talked about the challenge of launching his most recent project: Frames Magazine during these uncertain times, how he started and created the FujiLove community and brand ecosystem around Fujifilm Lovers, his passion for music and how he stays creative even when confined at home.
Staying Creative In These Unprecedented Times?
Hi, it's been a while. Tonight I discuss how I stay creative in these crazy times where self-isolation is making it harder to integrate creativity in our day-to-day lives.
Say Safe, Stay Healthy! 🤘🏻
What Makes A Good Image?
In this episode, I share my view on what makes a great image. Is it just about the light or is there a special ingredient?
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Interview with Jeff Harmon (aka Photo Taco)
In this month's episode, I'm chatting with someone I respect a lot on everything photography, Jeff Harmon aka The Photo Taco. We talk about how he started photography, what value podcasting brings to his life and where he gets his inspiration. Great chat with a great guy!
Can a camera inspire you to shoot more?
In this week's episode, I share my thoughts on how a camera can inspire you to shoot more and stay creative. If Chase Jarvis said that "the best camera is the one that's with you", I would add "and that inspires you" to his quote.