The Understand Photography Show Notes
Here is the schedule for the past and upcoming episodes of The Understand Photography Show! This schedule is updated frequently. Each episode is on www.facebook.com/UnderstandPhotography every Friday at 4 p.m. ET. After each episode, we post the show notes right here on our website!
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Understand Photography Podcast – Noah Buchanan from Hunts Photo and Video answers every question I could think of about the pros and cons of mirrorless cameras.
Everglades National Park is a photography paradise! We live here and really know the area. For photo spots and tips, watch this photography podcast/video show.
Flower photography, landscape photography, intimate landscapes and creativity in the garden are all discussed in today’s Understand Photography Show. Jamie Konarski Davidson is a nature photographer based in North Carolina with a keen eye for the unique.
Charlotte Gibb is well-known for her Intimate landscape photography. She gives us great insight and ideas for creating our own intimate landscapes. It could be a small section of a vast landscape or even an abstract view on a smaller scale.
Slow down enough to the point that you can notice things. Bring a sense of curiosity and playfulness to it. When you see a grand landscape, zero in to photograph smaller pieces of the landscape. Using a telephoto lens is a great option to photograph little snippets of the grander landscape. Think about the visual story you are trying to tell.
Rather than getting intimate close-up portraits of the animals, David Swindler will discuss the power of portraying the animals in the context of the grander landscape along with the specifics for nailing the best shot on this episode of the Understand Photography Show.
Composition in Landscape Photography – Creating High Impact Photos
Real Estate Photography is a great way to quickly make a full-time living as a photographer. Tom Vargeletis literally wrote the book, “Full Time Real Estate Photographer”. Today, Tom gives us tips on how to improve our real estate photography. If you are interested in making a career out of real estate photography, buy Tom’s book and listen to his podcast “Full Time Real Estate Photographer”.
Night Sky Photography Using a Star Tracker Night and Other Tips. Nightscapes and astrophotography
Jackie Kramer is back with us to talk about how competing can help you improve your photography, specifically flower photography. Jackie is well-known in the photography world for her floral imagery. She is an out-of-the-box thinker and gives lots of concrete advice in this episode of the Understand Photography Show.
Food Photography is just one small part of Keith French’s commercial photography. Keith goes into a lot more detail than most in this interview. Definition of color, Snoot lights, Rim lighting, separation, how many lights, flags, modifiers and more are discussed in today’s episode of the Understand Photography Show.
Sean Bagshaw is a very successful photographer for good reason. Join us in the behind the scenes video of our podcast, The Understand Photography show, as we dissect lighting in landscape photography. How to see it, how to plan and how to work with it in several different ways.
John Nelson shares his best tips for GoPro photography on this episode of The Understand Photography Show.
How to Photography Waterfalls including camera settings, composition, pitfalls and problems and tips and tricks to get the best possible waterfall images. Kevin Adams wrote the book on Photographing Waterfalls (literally!). Join us for this behind the scenes interview for the Understand Photography Show podcast.
Impressionistic Photography In-Camera Techniques
Some people call this intentional camera movement but Impressionistic fits it so much better! Charles Needle excels in this technique, even bringing photographers over to Monet’s garden in France for inspiration!
Photographing in the winter. Photography in the snow makes you learn to use your histogram. The cold weather presents difficulties with keeping your gear working properly.
In woodland photography it’s tough to not only find a subject, but to make that subject stand out and make an impact. Zach Nichols shares some very specific tips on creative compositions within the forest.
Ray Hennessy teaches us ways to increase our creativity with bird and wildlife photography in this episode of the Understand Photography Show.
The Four Components of a Selling Art Portfolio for Photographers
Get juried into the best art shows and art fairs by following this important advice.
Do you want your photography published? International Living magazine Executive Editor Jennifer Stevens suggests packaging your photography with a story. Learn the basic writing skills and types of photography that editors and creative directors are looking for. Not only, can you get paid for your photography and articles, you can also get some mighty fine travel bonuses! Jennifer gives us concrete, specific steps we can take to make money and perks from our travel photography!
Is your dream to be a full time travel photographer? Landscape and adventure photographer Andrew Slaton reveals his strategies for making a living while traveling across the country with all of his camera gear in tow.
There’s so much to photograph in our National Parks! Nature photographer Chuck Haney tells us how to make the most of our visits to National Parks, including how to avoid the crowds and come home with spectacular and unique images.
Why do you need a photography mentor? Find out why a mentor is important for your growth as an artist as well as for your business. Peggy Farren tells us how and where to find someone who could give you the advice you need to succeed.
What is Fine Art Photography? Kevin Holliday talks about ways to convert representational photos into fine art photography by incorporating feelings and vision into images through long exposure and post-processing techniques.