Should Photography Have Labels?
Welcome to Episode 146 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast.
This week's episode features an incredible aerial and commercial photographer, Toby Harriman.
Toby and I covered a wide variety of topics this week, including:
- How he went from graphic web design to photography.
- Choosing a direction in photography.
- The business of photography.
- Mental health as it relates to being a full-time photographer.
- Labels for types of artists.
- Instagram's latest attempt at censorship for digital artists.
- The ethics and considerations around photo staging.
- His Myanmar project.
- and a lot more...
Over on Patreon this week, Toby and I talk about the evolution of photography platforms and how they need to provide value.
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Here are the photographers Toby recommended for the podcast:
1. Jaron Schneider.
2. Matthew Lavin.
3. Paul Nicklin.
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Please find a transcript of today's podcast episode below: