Welcome to episode 172 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast.
This week's episode features a photographer and videographer who has found a niche in combining her passions for story telling, writing, and photography to make a living in the landscape photography arena.
Elisabeth Brentano started her career in the entertainment news space and transitioned to writing blogs for travel and food. It was in that space that she fell in love with photography. She is also very passionate about conservation issues and created a wonderful documentary film, called "In the Shadow of Lions" where she examines the balance between social media, conservation, and tourism as it relates to big cats in Africa.
Elisabeth and I discuss some interesting topics, including:
- How she found herself in the landscape photography space.
- How her editing style has evolved over time.
- The impacts of social media on creativity and relationship building.
- Her documentary film, "In the Shadow of Lions."
- ... and more!
Over on Patreon this week, join Elisabeth and I for a bonus discussion while financially supporting the podcast. We discuss her approach to gaining more authentic engagement on social media through vulnerability and honesty.
I hope you enjoy our conversations!
Here are the photographers that Elisabeth recommended for the podcast:
1. Melissa Groo.
2. Savannah Cummins.
3. Benjamin Everitt.
4. Joe Haeberle.
Other items mentioned on the show:
2. My YouTube Channel.
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Please see below for a transcript of this week's episode: