Lessons Learned from Teaching Landscape Photography
Welcome to episode 177 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast.
For this week's episode of the podcast I was able to sit down and chat with none other than Marc Muench.Marc is an internationally renowned landscape photographer with eleven book titles to his name. Marc is a third-generation landscape photographer following in the family tradition started by his grandfather Josef and then his father David. Marc currently runs photography classes and workshops around the world with his company Muench Workshops.
Marc and I discuss some interesting topics, including:
- How he got his start in landscape photography,
- How his relationship with his father influenced his photography,
- Teaching photography and what he has learned as a result of teaching,
- Creating his own legacy as a photographer,
- How Marc built his workshop brand and has maintained fidelity to the brand over the years,
- Marc's new e-book titled, "The Art of Luminosity,"
- ... and more!
Over on Patreon this week, Marc and I discuss his views on what characteristics good workshop students have and how he has seen students do amazing things.
I hope you enjoy our conversations!
Here are the people that Marc recommended for the podcast:
1. Lisa LaPointe.
2. Kevin Pepper.
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Here is a transcript to this week's episode: