Conversation with Jack Brauer on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen

December 23, 2017  •  3 Comments

Jack Brauer

Episode 035 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with Colorado-based landscape photographer, and one of my long-time idols, Jack Brauer. It was such a treat to get Jack onto the podcast as I have been his biggest fan since I started as a landscape photographer. Jack and I often shoot very similar subjects (rare vantages of Colorado's most awesome mountains) and so he has been a huge inspiration to me. Pretty much every shot Jack has leaves me envious, inspired, and hungry to get out and better myself. 

Jack and I covered some great topics this week, including:

  • How Jack got into Landscape Photography
  • Mountain Photography
  • How Jack got into the web design business and his website building services (if you do use his services, tell him you heard about it on the podcast)
  • The critical relationship between conservation and landscape photography, including the recent news about Bear's Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante

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To learn more about Jack:

His Website

Facebook

Instagram

Here are the artists that Jack would like to hear on the podcast:

Floris Van Breugel

Dave Showalter

Erik Stensland

Some examples of Jack's amazing photography can be seen below. 

I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via email, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about.

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Comments

Mike Moore(non-registered)
Where was the picture of the stone hut taken?
Matt Payne Photography
Thanks for your comment Yair! Yes, it was fun talking to Jack about these stories!
Yair Sagiv(non-registered)
An interesting interview and interesting travel stories! I too have had my share of getting lost on the way back from the summit..I could definitely relate to that :)
As for the "nature lovers" who don't care to ruin the wilderness for everyone else - I know that problem only too well and I'm glad you brought it up. Cheers!
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