Welcome to episode 166 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast.
This week's episode features an "up-and-comer" named Ethan Deshaies. Ethan is a 20-year-old college student studying abroad in New Zealand (lucky!) and has some fresh perspectives on photography as an art-form. I think this episode is a nice compare and contrast with the ones we have done with more well-established photographers that have been around since before the digital revolution in photography.
Ethan and I discuss some interesting topics, including:
- What makes a photograph good or bad?
- Concrete definitions of good and bad as it relates to art.
- Dimension, Depth, and Intrinsic Beauty.
- Defining art.
- ... and much, much more
I hope you enjoy our conversation!
Here are the people that Ethan recommended for the podcast:
1. Jeff Lewis.
2. Rob Visser.
Other items mentioned on the show:
1. Richard Wong's contact for his article idea, based on his 10-year old article.
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Find a transcription of today's podcast below: