Creating Award-Winning Aerial Photographs
As photographers, we often seek validation for our work, which can come from various sources. For some, this helps to propel us forward to create more interesting photographs, helping us to push the envelope. While external validation isn't something everyone seeks, it certainly can be a powerful motivator.
Today's guest on the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Podcast, Jassen Todorov, is an award-winning aerial photographer who has been recognized for his outstanding ability to tell compelling stories through his aerial images. In today's podcast, I wanted to dig deeper into what motivates Jassen to create his jaw-dropping aerial images.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
- How Jassen got into aerial photography.
- Jassen's career as a musician, pilot, and now, photographer.
- How Jassen creates compelling photographs while piloting his small plane.
- How and why Jassen is motivated by photography competitions.
- Jassen's experience with judging competitions for National Geographic.
- Tips for creating more exciting photographs.
- And a lot more!
On Patreon this week, Jassen shared some harrowing near-miss experiences that he's had while piloting his plane as a photographer.
Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week:
Here is who Jassen recommended on the podcast this week:
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