Welcome to episode 171 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast.
William Neill got his roots and upbringing in landscape photography while living in the Yosemite Valley and working in Ansel Adams' gallery beginning in 1980 and began writing columns for Outdoor Photographer Magazine in 1986. Suffice to say, he has a lifetime's worth of incredible photographic product and has a wealth of knowledge and perspective, which we attempted to tap into on the podcast.
William and I discuss some interesting topics, including:
- How he got his beginning in photography and writing for Outdoor Photographer Magazine.
- What it was like learning from the greats in landscape photography like Ansel Adams.
- Various media formats to consume and learn about landscape photography such as OnLandscape, NPN, and LensWork.
- William's secret for staying creative over many years in this field.
- His new book, Light on the Landscape.
- ... and more!
Over on Patreon this week, William shares his advice on how to best grow as a photographer and we discuss his approach to portfolio development.
I hope you enjoy our conversations!
Here are the photographers that William recommended for the podcast:
1. John Wawrzonek.
2. Joseph Holmes.
3. Lewis Kemper.
4. Charlie Cramer.
5. Bruce Percy.
6. John Sexton.
Other items mentioned on the show:
2. My YouTube Channel.
3. William's portfolio development courses (discussed on Patreon).
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Please find a transcription of today's podcast below: