Andy chats with Luka Esenko; travel photographer, photo guide and founder of the Photohound photo-location app and community. LINKS: Luka’s site: https://lukaesenko.com/ Photohound: http://photohound.co/ Andy’s Site: https://andymcsweeney.com Photo Tour Brugge: https://phototourbrugge.com That Photo Feeling (pod/tv/clubhouse) – https://thatphotofeeling.com
Andy chats to Bart Heirweg: pro Belgian landscape photographer, instructor, author and neighbor to Andy in Brugge in more ways than one.
Andy talks with Peter Hurley, world renowned headshot photographer, educator, undisputed king of the “Shebang!” and cool fella at large. Peter and Andy chat about the joy of getting on the water, keeping focus, making a good first impression, and (of course) getting the “shebang!” worthy shot by getting others to open up for the…
Andy talks to humanitarian photographer, educator, author and all around Buddha of creativity David DuChemin about creative voices and bubbles, staying on the Loose, taking breaks… and oh so much more and (without trying to be precious about it all).
Andy catches up with family portrait photographer, past guest and friend of the show Pieter Claerhout about how 2020/21 has unfolded for him with work, family and (of course) photography.
This week and as we settle in to a season of interviews on the show: Andy catches up with past guest Valerie Jardin to see how 2020 and ’21 has unfolded, from cancelled workshops to personal and creative inspirations to a new addition to the Jardin family.
This week it’s talk of how to relax in the dead of January but be productive, the therapy of cleaning up to improve photo results into 2021 and beyond.
This week I’m still sick with a cold (hey at least it ain’t COVID!) but still on air and with some quick advice on keeping busy in photography. Apologies for delay on broadcast from last week, you would NOT have enjoyed hearing my sicky-boy voice then haha!
Guess I was wrong last episode to say This Photo Life was stopping… We’re back and (I think) better than ever! 🙂
What better to discuss and muse about for the last episode of this podcast than what to do when things end? From being aware of your work enough to evaluate if things should carry on, what priorities to consider if you’re at that crossroads, and what we can take from these efforts even once they…