Creating personal work in our photography is harder than it sounds. One possible way to give us a path forward is to develop a set of guiding principles that help set the stage for our future work. On today's podcast episode, my guest, Ricardo Da Cunha, explains how this has helped him improve as a photographer.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
- How Ricardo got into landscape photography.
- The role photography plays in Ricardo's day-to-day life.
- How his true passion for animal welfare intersects with his photography.
- How Ricardo goes about creating more personal work.
- Ricardo's goal with his photography.
- Why it is important for Ricardo to create images that are infused with a part of himself.
- The development of guiding principles and how to do it.
- The role collaborations have played in shaping his photography career.
- And a lot more!
Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week:
- Support the podcast on Patreon.
- The Natural Landscape Photography Awards.
- Bruce Percy's e-books.
- Watch podcast episodes on YouTube, where we overlay photos with our conversation via video.
Here is who Ricardo recommended on the podcast this week:
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