Conversation with Randall J. Hodges on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen
Episode 038 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with Washington-based landscape photographer Randall J. Hodges! Randall is an "all-in-camera" photographer, which I think is quite unique in this day and age of digital photography and digital manipulation. Randall was recently teaching a class for Singh-Ray Filters and some of his attendees suggested he reach out to be on the podcast and I'm so glad that he did. It was really fun talking to him about his style and his journey.
Randall and I covered some great topics this week, including:
Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon! Let’s keep the conversations going! I recently set a goal of $1,000 in monthly contributions which I will use to seed a $1,000 landscape conversation award. This will only be possible if people contribute on Patreon!
Patrons can ask future guests questions, get exclusive access to bonus content, get awesome swag, and more! I've added bonus interview content for every guest since episode 27! Check it out.
To learn more about Randall:
Here are the artists that Randall would like to hear on the podcast:
Some examples of Randall's photography can be seen below.
Keywords: conversation, f-stop collaborate and listen, interview, landscape, landscape photography, pacific northwest, photography, podcast, randall j. hodges
No comments posted.
Recent PostsConversation with Abe Blair on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Storm Photography with Mike Mezeul on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Flower photography with Kathleen Clemons on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Conversation with Ben Horne on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Conversation with Colby Brown on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen T-Shirts from Create-A-Shirt.com Conversation with Colleen Miniuk-Sperry on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Nevada Art Printers and Lumachrome - Robert Park on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Conversation with Dave Soldano on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Digital Black and White Photography with Len Metcalf on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen