Dedication to a single area in your landscape photography can yield incredible results and keep you immersed and engaged as a photographer for a lifetime.
This week on Episode 290 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast, I had a wonderful conversation with landscape photographer and canyoner Rich Rudow about his adventures in the Grand Canyon in Arizona and how he has developed a life-long relationship with this spectacular place.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
- Rich's journey into nature photography,
- Why Rich has chosen to focus on the Grand Canyon.
- How Rich approaches photographing the Grand Canyon in a unique way.
- Keeping his gear lightweight for his adventures.
- Adventures gone wrong in the Grand Canyon.
- The human threats to the Grand Canyon Wilderness.
- Access issues for areas in the Grand Canyon including Tahatatso Point.
- Canyoneering adventures in the Grand Canyon.
- And a lot more!
Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week:
Join us on Patreon for our bonus conversation where Rich tells us about his experience traversing the Grand Canyon in 57 days.
Here is who Rich recommended on the podcast this week:
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