Our lives can change in the blink of an eye. One moment, we are sitting on top of the world - the best in our industry; the next - we are facing some of the most challenging times of our lives. Such is the case of this week's guest on the podcast.
Today's guest on the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Podcast, Anders Spetz, found himself the victim of an excruciating car accident, having been hit by a car traveling 175 miles per hour. Anders awoke from this accident nearly unscathed physically; however, it profoundly impacted his mental health and state of mind. Through therapy and by rediscovering the power of photography, Anders made monumental changes to his life and resigned as the CEO of a chemical company. He now focuses on his family, friends, photography, and small consulting business and has a newfound appreciation for life.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
- Anders' journey from CEO to photographer.
- How photography changed Anders' life.
- Focusing on the photographic process rather than the outcome.
- Using our senses to maximize the photographic outcome.
- Using writing to enhance the photography experience.
- Marketing and photography.
- And a lot more!
On Patreon this week, Anders and I recorded a fun bonus episode all about Flow State.
Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week:
- Support the podcast on Patreon.
- Reach out to Anders for his 1:1 sessions.
- Watch podcast episodes on YouTube, where we overlay photos with our conversation via video.
Here is who Anders recommended on the podcast this week:
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Scroll down to see more of Anders' great photography!